According to a report by the College Fix, the University of Montana is facing criticism over its decision to name a white student as the winner of its Martin Luther King Jr. essay contest. The university has defended itself by criticizing those who have argued that white students should not be permitted to write essays promoting equality and justice.
The King County Civil Rights Commission is sponsoring its 15th annual Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Writing Essay Contest, which is open to all eighth grade students attending public and private schools in King County.The purpose of the essay contest is to encourage students to think critically about Dr. King's legacy of peace and justice.
Students in kindergarten through age 24 are invited to enter the annual Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. essay and art contest by responding to one of two quotes attributed to.
At the February 1 Board of Education meeting, Mr. Rodney Martin, Diversity Partner from Warner Norcross and Judd, presented the awards for the 11th annual Martin Luther King, Jr. Essay Contest. This year, 297 essays were received. The top essays were read aloud and the winners received certificates of deposits in varying amounts.
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APPLETON - The Fox Cities Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Celebration Committee invites youth in grades 2 through 12 to enter the 2019 Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Essay Contest.
Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. 2018 Essay Contest Must be a middle or high school student enrolled in a City of Plantation school or residing within City limits. One essay per student. Essays must be original, typed, double spaced, 250-500 words and submitted as a.
Howard County commemorated the life and legacy of the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. on Sunday with a celebration featuring student essays and performances at Howard High School.