The South-Central office of The Anti-Defamation League is hosting an art, essay, and poetry contest to wrap up a year celebrating ADL’s centennial: one hundred years combating extremism to secure a world without hate. Students in Louisiana, Mississippi and Arkansas are invited to share their visions of “A World Without Hate” as ADL heads into a second century of education and activism.
Winning art entries will be on display at the National World War II Museum in New Orleans from December 15, 2013-February 16, 2014, and may be published with essay and poetry online and in print.
Entries must be received by November 4, 2013.
K-12 students enrolled at NO PLACE FOR HATE® schools in the 2013-2014 academic year, Click Here to download an entry form and guidelines for submitting your art or essay. For more information on the K-12 Art Contest, click here.
College students enrolled in Louisiana, Mississippi, and Arkansas, Click Here to download an entry form and guidelines for submitting your art or poem. For more information on the college Art Contest, click here.