NAACP announces winners of annual Martin Luther King Essay.
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Essay Contest winners in our 2015-2016 contest announced and posted on the website January 17-18, 2016 Table and activities at the Yale Peabody Museum for the Annual Martin Luther King Jr. weekend January 3, 2016 Art Contest winners in our 2015 contest announced and posted on the website September 15 - December 15, 2015.
Martin Luther King, Jr. Day Writing Awards Honest. Daring. Eloquent young voices. Since 1999, Carnegie Mellon University's Martin Luther King, Jr. Day Writing Awards has provided an outlet for young people to express their personal experiences with difference and discrimination of all kinds through poetry and prose. The mission of the awards is to create a safe and creative haven for sharing.
Submit essays to the following address: MLK Essay Contest, P.O. Box 1071, Athens, AL 35612 or hand deliver the essay to Vicky Dowd at the mayor's office on the second floor of the temporary city.
ESSAY CONTEST WINNER Tiffany Zha reads her essay at the Elks Club in Shingle Springs. Tiffany from Marina Village Middle School in El Dorado Hills won third place in the grade 5 and 6 catagory. Democrat photo by Pat Dollins Related.
Martin Luther King Jr. The United States Embassy in Nassau, The Bahamas, is pleased to announce the launch of the 10th annual Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Essay contest. The purpose of the contest is to encourage students to explore the life of Dr. King and his impact on the civil rights movement.
Three eighth-grade students of the St. Augustine campus of the Catholic Academy of Bridgeport were announced as winners of Fairfield University’s annual Martin Luther King Jr., essay contest. Awards were presented at FFU’s 2019 Martin Luther King, Jr. Convocation on January 30, 2019.