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Nujeen Mustafa and Christina Lamb

Nujeen Mustafa is a 17-year-old Kurdish Syrian who grew up in Manbij and Aleppo. Born with cerebral palsy, she fled the war in Syria and trekked to Germany in a wheelchair.
Christina Lamb is an award-winning foreign correspondent for British newspaper the Sunday Times and author of Farewell Kabul and New York Times bestseller I Am Malala.

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