ADL is proud to announce the winners of the No Place for Hate® Imagine A World Without Hate - Student Art Contest, a visual arts contest, only open to our current and active 2014-2015  No Place for Hate schools. It was an opportunity for elementary, middle and high school students to submit original 2-dimensional artwork to convey his/her vision of a world without prejudice through art that:

  • Illustrated building bridges of understanding between diverse groups of people.
  • Honoring diversity, cultural pride, and fair treatment for all people.
Click on the following link to see the 2014-2015 winning artwork: 2014-2015 Student Art Winners 

2015 Art Contest Winners - comp

Lower Elementary School (K-2nd grades)

  • First Place – Addyson H., 2nd Grade, Cottonwood Plains Elementary School
  • Runner Up – Staia Y-S, 2nd Grade, Palmer Elementary School
  • Honorable Mention – Britaney A-M., 2nd Grade, Madison Elementary School
  • Honorable Mention – Addison L., 2nd Grade, Palmer Elementary School

Upper Elementary School (3rd-5th grades)

  • First Place – Mauricio L., 4th Grade, Madison Elementary School
  • Runner Up – Nikomy R., 3rd Grade, Madison Elementary School

Middle School (6-8th grades)

  • First Place – Ishmael J., 7th Grade, J Evans IB/ Prairie Heights Middle School
  • Runner Up – Angel P., 8th Grade, J Evans IB/ Prairie Heights Middle School
  • Honorable Mention – Katie D., 7th Grade, J Evans IB/ Prairie Heights Middle School

All artwork was displayed during ADL's signature ArtWorks event on December 10, 2014. Winners were presented their awards on April 14, 2015 at the No Place for Hate® Celebration Breakfast and will be featured to ADL's 2016 Positive Impact Calendar and Resource Guide. Congratulations to all the students, their teachers and families, who participated for cultivating a love of art and a commitment to creating a world that is safe and inclusive for all. 

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