Black History Month Essay Contest

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Black History Month Essay Contest

February 1 - February 28

The history of African Americans plays an important role in American history, not only because of the Civil Rights Movement, but because of adversity, African Americans were vilified for wanting to live a good life in America. Acknowledging the contributions of African Americans is the primary goal of Black history. Black history is about sharing and celebrating stories of the countless men and women who made a difference in our world.

This essay contest requires students to discover and learn about African

Congratulations to the winners of the 1st Annual Black History Month Essay Contest

1st Place-- Sharlee Shaw--Dr Phillips High School-- Ocee High School, Florida

2nd Place --Sierra Saylor-- Penns Grove High School--Carneys Point, NJ

3rd Place--Keith Thibodaux Jr--Patrick F. Taylor Science and Technology Academy--Lafitte LA

Our Competitions

Black History Month

Competition Rules:

  1. Submit your document with in the docx file.
  2. Document file Should be “your Name _ Judge Name”

Details

Start:
February 1
End:
February 28

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