Hope & Justice Category Winners

 

SEPTEMBER
Winners are announced for submissions that addressed Hope or Justice. Further below are winners for submissions that addressed the monthly prompt: “What This Election Means to Me

Hope & Justice

First Place: “Put Yourself in Black Women Shoes”
San Joaquin County
John C Kimball High School
A Film By: Autumn Harris, 11th grade
Advisor: Melissa Burkert
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Second Place: “In Times Like These”
Santa Barbara County
UC Santa Barbara
A Poem By: Jordan Marie Finley, College Sophomore
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Third Place: “Hands of Justice”
San Joaquin County
John C Kimball High School
A Painting By: Madison Hyler-Smith, 10th grade
Advisor: Melissa Burkert
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Honorable Mentions

“Living Hope”
Orange County
El Dorado High School
A film by: Katie Park, 9th grade
Advisor: Mark Switzer
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”Creating Hope”
San Joaquin County
John C Kimball High School
A Painting By: Jordan Kirby, 12th grade
Advisor: Melissa Burkert
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”Hope in a Pandemic”
Orange County
El Dorado High School
A film by: Charis Park, 9th grade
Advisor: Mark Switzer
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Special Recognition

”Hope”
Orange County
Gordon H. Beatty Middle School
A film by: Sofia Ciorogariu, 7th grade
Advisor: NaeRy Cho
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”Sharing Kindness”
Los Angeles County
Robert Frost Middle School
Art by: Rose Machado, 7th grade
Advisor: Amanda Machado
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”Hope”
Orange County
Gordon H. Beatty Middle School
A film by: Aarya Halankar, 7th grade
Advisor: NaeRy Cho
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Monthly Prompt: What This Election Means to Me….

First Place: “VOTE”
Orange County
Canyon High School
A Film By: Carter Audet Marrero, 12th grade
Advisor: Alex Graham
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Second Place: “A Vote for the Future”
Orange County
El Dorado High School
A film by: Cooper Cuya, 9th grade
Advisor: Mark Switzer
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Third Place: “Notorious”
San Diego County
Del Norte High School
A Painting By: Emily Ninh, 12th grade
Advisor: Terri Le
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Honorable Mentions

“I Do It For You”
San Bernardino County
Jurupa Hills High School
A film by: Lyza Garay, 12th grade
Advisor: Jhoann Acosta
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”A Letter by the Kids Under 18”
Los Angeles County
Valor Academy High School
A Letter By: Jasmine Garcia, 11th grade
Advisor: Mindy Pomper-Johnson
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In addition, the following entries advanced to a final round of judging:

“America Needs You”
Orange County
El Dorado High School
A Film By: Nathan Quella, 12th grade
Advisor: Mark Switzer

“To March.”
Los Angeles County
Valor Academy High School
A Poem By: Daniela Ayala, 11th grade
Advisor: Mindy Pomper-Johnson
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“Calling YOU to Vote”
Riverside County
Valley View High School
A Film By: Hayden Harbison, 12th grade
Advisor: Jim Long
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“What This Election Means to Me”
Riverside County
Valley View High School
A Film By: Anthony Andrew Mejia, 11th grade
Advisor: Jim Long
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“Vote Now For a Better Future”
Los Angeles County
Valor Academy High School
A Poem By: Stephanie Luna
Advisor: Mindy Pomper-Johnson
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“Make Your Voice Heard”
Riverside County
Valley View High School
A Film By: Zainab Sudqi, 12th grade
Advisor: Chris Lorenz
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“Voting”
Riverside County
Valley View High School
A Film By: Abdelrahman Amin, 10th grade
Advisor: Chris Lorenz
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“Be Our Savior”
Riverside County
Valley View High School
A Film By: Britney Hernandez, 12th grade
Advisor: Jim Long
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“Your Vote Matters”
Riverside County
Valley View High School
A Film By: Issac Herrera
Advisor: Chris Lorenz
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“The Importance of Voting”
Riverside County
Valley View High School
A Film By: Mattiara Brown, 11th grade
Advisor: Chris Lorenz
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