A Time For Action.” Writers should relate their essays to the following questions: Keeping Dr. Submissions may be in essay or poetry form, but should not exceed one page. Entries can be sent to: 2019 King Essay Contest, c/o United Way Fox Cities, 1455 Midway Road, Menasha, WI 54952. For more information, contact Tony Gonzalez at 920-954-7211.
Contestants should not write names on essays and should not use staples to attach name and essay sheets.
Celebration Committee invites youth in grades 2 through 12 to enter the 2019 Dr.
King’s words in mind, how can we ensure that we stand up and use our voices when we see racial injustice in our schools? Winners will be invited to read their essays at the 28th annual Dr.
We are happy to announce that senior Syvon Holland recently won the first annual Cultural Arts Society of Fuquay-Varina MLK Jr.
King’s 1968 “I Have A Dream” speech, Syvon was challenged to reflect-on the phrase “” He wrote about what the phrase meant in-context and how he sees this idea exemplified in the world today, based on his experiences. This is a great honor for Syvon, and we are proud of him!
All contest entries must be accompanied by a clearly written official entry form, completed in its entirety. is known for leading the Civil Rights Movement in the United States through his dedication and devotion for equality. On the 50th Anniversary of his father’s “I Have a Dream” speech, Martin Luther King III said, "This task is not done. We can do and must do more.” Each participant in the contest was invited to participate by creating work that creatively responds to the following question: 6th Grade Art: Maia Edwards - Sacred Heart of Jesus School 7th Grade Art: Ryan Brigham - River View Junior High School 8th Grade Art: Toney Kight - Lake Center Christian School 9th Grade Art: Mason Thompson - Piqua High School 10th Grade Art: Halle Leroux - Riverside High School 11th Grade Art: Erin Callahan - Archbishop Mc Nicholas High School 12th Grade Art: Mia Miller - Hilliard Darby High School 6th Grade Essay: Mollie Juniewicz- Skill - Incarnation School 7th Grade Essay: Christina Badurik - Hubbard Middle School 8th Grade Essay: Elizabeth Bulanda - St.
(Submissions are not considered without a completed entry form). This year's theme was "The Journey is Not Complete." Dr. devoted his life to leading the advances of civil rights through inspirational words and nonviolent actions.
The Ohio Civil Rights Commission is pleased to hold an annual statewide Dr. King’s life, philosophy, and impact on the Civil Rights movement and present day America.
This contest is intended to encourage students to reflect upon Dr.