Our favourite names inside TIME's 100 Most Influential People List

From the Parkland students, Lena Waithe, and #MeToo founder Tarana Burke, TIME's list reflects a new class of society's rebels.
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A much-anticipated affair, watched closely by the world, the TIME's 100 Most Influential People list has finally been announced for 2018.

Every year, real-life heroes appear and are gathered for TIME's 100 Most Influential People and usually comes to no surprise, as it features presidents of superpower countries, tech giants, and Academy Award-winning celebrities.

Come 2018, it has never been more important to handpick the most influential people in today's world who is really making a change.

Sexual harassment, diversity, gun control, and inequality have been at the epicentre of recent turmoils, and people aren't afraid to stand up anymore.

Meet the new class of leaders who are changing the game by disrupting the industry's standards: From Daniela Vega, the first transgender person to present at the Oscars, to the journalists brave enough to go against Harvey Weinstein, and the Parkland students who spoke out about US gun laws and many more.

Take a look at our favourites from the list, below: 


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