Tuesday, February 01, 2005

Essay Contest: Freedom and Creativity

This is a message that was sent to me by comadre Nora Hoyos de Comstock. If you work with youth or are under the age of 25, are concerned with the link between civil liberties and the freedom of expression, then check it out. . For more info, contact the name at the end of the message. I'm not involved with this but I like the conversation it provokes.

The Institute for Humane Studies has just launched its first Freedom and Creativity Essay Contest with $5,000 in prizes, and I
wanted to be sure to let you and your students know. The contest is open to all full-time students of any nationality and age, as well as anyone 25 or
younger.

The essay topic asks students to consider how a society's level of personal freedom impacts individual's creative powers. Contest details, rules, and online submission forms can be found at http://www.TheIHS.org/essay

The March 1, 2005, deadline for submission is approaching quickly, so I appreciate your help in letting your students know about this opportunity.


Keri
Keri Anderson
Student Coordinator
Institute for Humane Studies
http://www.TheIHS.org
Scholarships:
Institute for Humane Studies
3301 N Fairfax Drive - Suite
440 - Arlington, VA 22201

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