Activist Malala Yousafzai has achieved many things in the years following the brutal attack against her life in 2012. Prior to being targeted by the Taliban, she raised her voice in promotion of the right for her and other girls to attend school in Pakistan. Now, she is a student at the University of Oxford and the youngest ever Nobel Laureate.
In a conversation with David Lettterman on his Netflix show My Guest Needs No Introduction with David Letterman, Yousafzai discusses the fight for women's rights and shares her life at school (she studies philosophy, politics, and economics). In an exclusive preview for the episode, Yousafzai talks about what drives her to campaign for for girls' education.
Watch the clip here.
This article originally appeared on elle.com