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This year's activism honorees include 11-year-old Robby Novak, also known as Kid President, as well as the Dream Defender founder, Phillip Agnew.
Akintunde Ahmad of Oakland, Calif., beat the odds of his dangerous surroundings through hard work and luck. As a result, the college-bound student athlete received acceptance letters from top colleges like Yale, Brown, Columbia and Northwestern.
Tchakamau Mahakoe, a Jamaican 17-year-old student, was recently accepted into 11 American universities and offered nine scholarships.
Kwasi Enin of Shirley, New York, received acceptance letters from eight Ivy League schools.