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The second stop on Malala's Girl Power Trip was Ottawa, Canada. During her address to the Canadian Parliament, Malala praised Canada for its welcoming of refugees and spoke of the transformative power of girls’ education. Malala also chatted with Prime Minister Justin Trudeau on Facebook Live.
Malala began her Girl Power Trip in Lancaster, Pennsylvania — a small city known as "America’s Refugee Capital." Lancaster welcomes 20 times more refugees than other city in the U.S. She spent the day meeting students and local leaders from this inspiring community.
Over the last few years, Malala travelled around the world to meet girls and learn about their fight to go to school. This fall, she’ll start college and continue her own education. But before that, she’s going on her biggest trip yet, visiting North America, Latin America, Europe, Middle East and Africa.
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