The Dr. Martin Luther King Essay Contest is open to students, ages 12 to 16 in public and private schools throughout Guyana. It closes at 5:00pm on December 15, 2011. Students are encouraged to submit a typewritten, double-spaced essay of 600 to 1,000 words that will be judged on effective organization, relevancy to the theme, originality, and grammar. A monetary reward (for the purchase of books and school supplies) will be given to the First (GYD $40,000), Second (GYD $20,000), and Third (GYD $10,000) Place winners selected. For more information regarding the Essay Contest, please visit .
The winners of the King County Civil Rights Commission's annual Martin Luther King Essay Contest were also honored during the celebration. Three students from Open Window School in Bellevue took top marks in the contest, which centered on a theme from Dr. King: "So long as I do not firmly and irrevocably possess the right to vote I do not possess myself. I cannot make up my mind - it is made up for me. I cannot live as a democratic citizen, observing the laws I have helped to enact - I can only submit to the edict of others."
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They’ll be breaking bread (or is that, pita?) with the hatred spewers and terrorism-supporters of the ADC, come January. Their attendance at the ADC Martin Luther King Essay Contest Awards Banquet is a regular charade. They worship the ground on which Hamad slithers.
The winners of Warner Norcross & Judd’s 9th annual Martin Luther King Essay Contest were recognized at two programs on Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Day. The top three essayist and the twenty recipients of honorable mention awards were introduced at the Community Peace Program for students in the Kent Intermediate School District and again at the annual Community Celebration program, both held at the Grand Rapids Community College Gerald R. Ford Fieldhouse. The winning essays are can be found . Here are a couple of photos from the event.