Most Inspiring ChildrenCrimsonShark There are many influential and inspiring figures that many people tend to look up to in History, but what if some of these people who managed to contribute change, aspiration and even revolution to the world happened to be people younger than 18? There is irrefutable proof that kids are just as capable as adults in captivating the hearts and minds of many.
Which child do you think has managed to enlighten or helped the world in your viewpoint?
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If he was able to rally up a massive amount of people to protest and challenge the corrupt and dangerous, especially in a developing country, you know this boy was a true hero and martyr. He has also been given recognition, such as the Reebok Human Rights Award and as a major inspiration for the WE (Free the Children) Charity in Canada. - CrimsonShark
I've wrote about her in my Unsung Heroes list, but she deserves a spot hands down. If it weren't for Scott, there wouldn't have been much investment and awareness in Pediatric Cancer. - CrimsonShark
Among the youngest World War II heroes. Her diary is a testimony to describe what kids have to deal with when there's blasts, bloodshed and persecution around your environment. Its surprising to know how her diary is getting progressively more relevant, seeing as more kids are getting massacred or orphaned due to war. - CrimsonShark
Like I've said in my Greatest Unsung Heroes list, she deserves recognition for bringing awareness to a rather obscure and overlooked topic. Her work and endeavor continues to be posthumously carried out by the "Smashing Walnuts" organisation. - CrimsonShark
Elena was diagnosed with DIPG and passed in 2007 at age 6 :(. What's surprising is that she had a lot of perseverance. She wrote love notes secretly to her parents and younger sister and hid them carefully, with her notes being discovered shortly after her death. Her parents set up the Cure Starts Now Foundation, dedicated to funding and researching enough for curing cancer. A memoir, "Notes Left Behind" was released in October 2009, detailing Elena's prognosis, life with cancer, death and aftermath. - CrimsonShark
Influential in the awareness, consequences and dangers of AIDS. Even Elton John and Michael Jackson were influenced by Ryan, with Elton kickstarting an awareness/funding organisation on HIV/AIDS and the King of Pop making a song in dedication to him called "Gone Too Soon". - CrimsonShark
Who would have thought a 10 year old would be a symbol of peace when she wrote letter to the Soviet leader Yuri Andropov during the Cold War. Yuri took positively, and Samantha was seen as a peace activist and a symbol of peace during the Cold War, even visiting Russia and writing a book about it. She unfortunately passed in a plane crash in 1985 at age 13. - CrimsonShark
Her death, d*mn... What a shame, but kudos to her. RIP - EliHbk
The trolls have taken over this poll.
Totally agreed. How does Honey Boo Boo aspire people when she was almost universally criticized for her reputation? - CrimsonShark
Gurjar was a child laborer who was freed by activists from the "Bachpan Bachao Andolan" organisation. He would later set up child-free villages, in an effort to cut down child labor, largely succeeding and even enabling greater rights to children, earning them further protection from exploitation. His actions ultimately won him an International Children's Peace Prize in 2006. - CrimsonShark
Nkosi was born with HIV-Positive, with his mother succumbing to AIDS when he just started grade school. He advocated for awareness in South Africa alongside his foster mother, eventually finding "Nkosi's Haven" in Johannesburg. Although he passed in 2001, he was posthumously awarded an International Children's Peace Prize in 2005, alongside Nkosi's Haven receiving a US $100,000 from the KidsRight Foundation. - CrimsonShark
This kid deserves a Grammy - ManuelePepe
Helen Keller is a blind and deaf child but she became successful because of her
Teacher Anne Sullivan. She is a successful author, but died when she was 87 "she died peacefully" Anne Sulliavan had said
I think malala is the bravest one on this chart because she got shot in the head three times and still survived a all because she wanted to learn and go to school. - apizza23
Youngest American to fight in WW2. He wanted to save the world, lied about his age, and enlisted at age 12. Was wounded fighting in the Battle of Guadalcanal, but was discharged after two years when the Navy discovered his true age.
Talia was a child YouTuber who loved makeup and fashion. She went by the name "TaliaJoy18". She was diagnosed with Neuroblastoma and fought it for 6 years, passing away in August 2013. She was also a cancer advocate during that time, with collaborations with TheTruth365. Her channel and Instagram account is posthumously monitored by her mother and sister, ensuring her legacy lives on. - CrimsonShark
Inspired me to go buy skittles
Lol I was gonna add her. She would be a lot cuter if she didn't have the tough attitude, she does have the cute baby face though. - xashex
What, she's like the worst kid ever... if even a "kid"! all she does is make cringey, hypocritical music videos and act retarded - EliHbk
The "Amber Alert" is named for her.
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