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This is part two of ''Badass Women in History''.
If you haven't read the first part, please do;

"Let's talk about the badass women in history because in school we only learn about men and their part in history. Here are some badass women from all over the world that changed the world".

❥Audrey Hepburn - British actress and humanitarian
Born in 1929, dead in 1993; Audrey Hepburn was a major Hollywood star. When Hepburn was only six years old, her parents got divorced because her father was a Nazi sympathiser. in 1939 her mother moved the family to Arnhem in the Netherlands, where she thought it would be safe from Nazi invasion. However, in 1940, the Netherlands was overrun and the country fell under Nazi occupation until liberation in 1945. As a young girl, Audrey saw her uncle and mother’s cousin shot in the street by the Germans. After the war, Audrey went to London and became an actress. Later, she became a major Hollywood star, and she did not let the fame to go to her head. From 1967, after 15 years in film, Audrey acted only occasionally. She spent more time with her family and also working with UNICEF. She was appointed as a special ambassador to UNICEF and became actively involved in campaigns to improve conditions for children around the world. She died of cancer at age 63 and is still an icon for people all over the world.

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❥Katharine Hepburn - American actress
Born in 1907, dead in 2003; Katharine Hepburn is one of the most famous actresses of the twentieth century. Katherine embodied feminine beauty but also an inner strength and reserve. She was an important cultural icon and a forerunner for women of the Twentieth Century who lived with greater independence and freedom of action. Her mother, Katharine Martha Haughton was a suffragette, and her strong views and independence influenced Katharine. In Katharine's career, she won multiple Oscars. To this day, thousands of people still look up to her.

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❥Anne Frank - German diarist
Born in 1929, dead in 1945; Anne Frank was a young Jewish girl who perished in the Holocaust. During World War II Anne wrote about her thoughts and experiences in her diary. Because Anne was a jew, she and her family had to hide during World War II, but in 1944 the Nazis found her and her family and arrested them. They were sent to Auschwitz, where most people under the age of 15 usually got sent right to the gas chambers. But Anne survived the selection process and was therefore sent to the Bergen-Belsen concentration camp where she dies in 1945. After the war, the only survivor of Anne's family Frank's father, Otto, finds her diary and publish it. Now, people all over the world knows her name.

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❥Malala Yousafzai - Spokesperson for women’s right to education
Born in 1977; Malala is one of the bravest persons of our time. In 2009, Malala began writing an anonymous blog for the BBC expressing her views on education and life under the threat of the Taliban taking over her valley. In 2011, she received Pakistan’s first National Youth Peace Prize, and she was nominated by Archbishop Desmond Tutu for the International Children’s Peace Prize. Her increased profile and strident criticism of the Taliban caused Taliban leaders to meet, and in 2012, they voted to kill her. On 9 October 2012, a masked gunman entered Malala's school bus and shot her in the head. She fell into a coma but survived. It was a miracle. She is now known all over the world, and kids are taught about her in school. She is truly someone you should look up to.

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