Pakistani activist Malala Yousafzai was only eleven years old when she first spoke out for girl’s educational rights in Pakistan. Since then she has received countless honors and awards for her daring work, including speaking at the United Nations and being the youngest person to receive a Nobel Peace Prize.
Now, she is seventeen years old, and still fighting the good fight. But do American teenagers who have it so good in comparison even know who she is? The Fine Brothers wanted to find out, so they introduced a group of teens to Malala to see how they react.