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Emmett Till was a 14 year old young man accused of flirting with a Mississippi white woman and was brutally murdered for this alleged "indiscretion". His killers were racists white men conditioned to believe every African person living in America are sub-human and worthy of ill-treatment. This attitude was pervasive throughout the U.S., reached a crescendo in 1955, and was indicative of the mindset of most white Americans and their stooges across the country.
The world of Egyptian royalty that Hatshepsut was born into was one of the elite and privileged man has ever known. Never before and rarely since has any group of people wielded such all-encompassing power. The lifestyle they created for themselves was one of spectacular grandeur.
Many accounts say Hatshepsut was brilliant in her role as Regent of Egypt. Fate and heredity may have brought her the job, but it was natural talent that brought her success. There's much debate, though, as to whether her woman's touch changed the way Egypt was ruled.
Six-year-old Ryan Hreljac saw a need and took action. His first grade teacher told the class many Afrikan children walked for hours searching for water that was often unclean and which caused some of them to become sick and die. This was incomprehensible to Ryan because he only had a few steps to take for gaining access to clean water. He thought, "Why shouldn't children in Uganda have the same type of accessibility?"