How do we make a world where young women are less afraid to speak up and to act out than we are? Malala Yousafzai sets an example I can learn from. Bravery is being afraid and speaking out despite that fear. Living in America today, it is scary to raise your voice, to raise your head. These men, they are dangerous. They killed a woman in Charlottesville, they go to rallies and then go home and film themselves waving their guns and mouthing the slogans they heard at the rally. Not all men are dangerous. But enough of them are. They shot a young girl on a bus and didn’t care that they hit two others. Malala is all of us. Standing up to powerful men is dangerous. But we must.