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Student Celebration!

Holmes 8th graders Elaje Lopez and Catie Fee placed 2nd and 3rd respectively in the 3rd Annual Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Essay Contest

 

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This year students were asked to write an essay not to exceed 300 words on the topic: This past year there has been debate and eventual removal of the confederate flag in South Carolina. In your own words, why is the removal of this flag important in the civil rights movement?  Catie Fee offered, "The essay contest and the dinner really opened my eyes to the struggles of civil rights for all people. I felt honored to be part of such a cool event."  Elaje Lopez said, ”The (awards) dinner was a really worthwhile experience, and it really broadened the category of the civil rights movement to include all groups that are discriminated against, such as the LGBT community, which was really important and I really liked that.”

 

 

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