By Jake Gordon
Martin Luther King Jr.
As cliche as it is to bring Martin Luther King Jr. up when unselfishness comes to mind, he will always be a symbolic understanding of the word. So few have cemented themselves in history as martyr, and even few still that are as memorable as Martin Luther King Junior. His Peaceful protests against racial injustices, and segregation brought political involvement with racial dividing down. He is a hero and a beacon of equality for all races.
Malala Yousafzai receives the coveted Nobel Prize for successful campaign for girls education, and her campaign against child labor.
Malala is the youngest recipient of the Nobel prize, and the first Pakistani. She is seventeen years old, and when she was 11 began fighting for girls education. When she was fourteen the Taliban issued a death threat against her, and on October 9, 2012 a Taliban gunman boarded her bus and shot her in the head. She survived after years of surgery. She is the image of unselfishness, when she saw that she could make a change for girls education and even after a death threat from the Taliban she continued to fight for change.
Zlatan Ibrahimovic had fifteen names temporarily tattooed to himself, to show that worldwide hunger is not just represented by a number, but there is a name for each one millions of people.