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MLK Writing & Poetry Competition

Dr. King’s dream of a world of peace and dignity for all may seem out of our grasp.

But many American citizens young and old have taken King's message to heart and worked towards equality and justice for all citizens.

Our elected officials reflect a broader range of backgrounds and beliefs and our society is steadily moving towards acceptance and tolerance.



Our lives begin to end the day we become silent about things that matter.

Martin Luther King, Jr.


The WMS Writing & Poetry Competition is an opportunity for Woodward students to reflect on Dr King’s vision and to present their words in front of a real audience.

Two (or more) students from each category (essay and poetry) will be chosen to have their work read at the WMS Martin Luther King Assembly on January 23.

General Requirements:

  • Respond to the writing prompt provided (see below)
  • Provide an original essay/poem
  • No more than 350 words
  • Must be original, unpublished work

Evaluation:

  • Strong style and personal voice
    • We encourage writers to include personal examples and insights.
  • Originality and clarity of content and ideas

Writing Prompt:

What would Dr. King say if he were alive today?

Submission Due Date:

Friday , 1/18/19

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