This year, essays were received. The top essays were read aloud and the winners received certificates of deposits in varying amounts. This year's winners were:
Martin Luther King Jr. Martin Luther King, Jr. This contest is intended to encourage students to reflect upon Dr. It is meant to challenge students to think about how civil rights and diversity affect their lives and how they can continue the work of Dr.
King in their own way. All Ohio students in grades are invited to enter this contest and may submit one 1 entry per student. Students may choose which type of entry they wish to submit.
All contest entries must be accompanied by a clearly written official entry form, completed in its entirety. Submissions are not considered without a completed entry form. Art, Essay, and Multimedia Contest! Through his activism and actions, Dr. This task is not done.
The journey is not complete. We can do and must do more. King did many great things and inspired many to continue to fight for civil rights, but the journey to equality and justice is not complete. Each participant in the art contest is invited to participate by creating work that creatively responds to the following question: What more can or will you do to continue Dr.
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Call us at Excellence in Teaching Diversity Award The Excellence in Teaching Diversity Award is given to an Ohio grade teacher who demonstrates exemplary dedication to diversity and teaching the lessons of civil rights in the classroom.
Any individual may nominate a teacher. Art, Writing and Multimedia Contest awards ceremony. Award selection criteria include, but are not limited to: The Commissioners will select the winner based on the above criteria. Awards will be announced in January Nominators can respond directly to the questions on the following pages or attach a nomination in letter form.
Please limit nomination letters to two typed pages.
Nomination forms become the property of the Ohio Civil Rights Commission and may be shared with the public and the nominee. Although nomination questions are geared toward older children and adults, we do encourage input from young nominators as well — feel free to attach young student nominations to the completed form.
Nominations may be emailed by 8: Mailed nominations must be postmarked by November 2, Ohio Civil Rights Commission 30 E.The winners will receive a prize and be recognized as part of the Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Celebration event on January 26, in the University Ballroom at Sacramento State University.
The essay contest is open to youth (Middle and High School students) who live in Sacramento, Yolo, Placer, El Dorado, and Sutter Counties. OKC MLK Essay and Poster Contest Winners Announced The Annual Rev.
Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., Essay and Poster Contest culminated with the Awards Presentation and Reception on Sunday, April 2, at p.m. in the Fellowship Hall of Evangelistic Baptist Church of Christ, located on N.
Martin L. King Ave., . 1st: Kundai Chikowero “Follow the Legacy” Dos Pueblos High School: 2nd: Hali Schwasnick “Colors” Carpinteria High School: 3rd: Jeanette Fantone “For The Oppressed” Carpinteria High School. DR. MARTIN LUTHER KING, JR.
ESSAY CONTEST Theme: Reflecting On Our Past in Order to Build a Brighter Future Building on Dr. King’s passion and leadership, students are asked to creatively express how reflecting on the past can help build a brighter future – in their own life and in others’ lives.
MCCRACKEN COUNTY, KY — The winners of Paducah-McCracken Co. NAACP Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. essay contest have been announced. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Art, Essay, and Multimedia Contest The Ohio Civil Rights Commission is excited to announce the submission period is open for our Dr.
Martin Luther King, Jr. Art, Essay, and Multimedia Contest!