Marc Stirdivant Scholarships for Justice

Marc Stirdivant Scholarships for Justice

Submission Rules

Essay:
Explain the power of diversity, the power of “place” and how you can be effective in preventing injustice such as what occured at the Tuna Canyon Detention Station.

  1. One essay per person, between 400 and 500 words, double spaced in .docx format.
  2. All essays must be submitted with an entry form. Entry form is below.
  3. Entries should be sent to TCDSscholarship@gmail.com no later than midnight, Nov. 1 2021.
  4. $500 for First Place, $100 for Second Place.

Art:
Provide Art that evokes the power of diversity, the power of “place,” and how it can be effective to prevent the unjust treatment of people in the future.

  1. One art entry per person.
  2. Visual Art may originate in any format but must be submitted electronically with entry form to TCDSscholarship@gmail.com no later than midnight, Nov. 1, 2021. Entry form is below.
  3. A panel of judges will review the art based on originality, skill, and theme.
  4. $500 for First Place, $100 for Second Place.

Winners announced Nov. 22, 2021. Prizes awarded on Dec. 5, 2021 at the TCDS 80th Commemoration.

  • I hereby grant the Tuna Canyon Detention Station Coalition (Coalition) non-exclusive permission to use the attached essay or artwork for promotional purposes, including flyers, media outlets, (television, newspaper, web and social media). I state that to my belief, the essay or artwork is original, and not in violation of, or infringement upon, any intellectual property of another. I indemnify and hold harmless the Coalition from any claims stemming from the submission of the art or essay, including any intellectual property violations. At the Coalitions request, I will loan or submit the artwork for the Coalition's display purposes.
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