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Top student essays on racism presented at MLK celebration

West Virginia Press Association Photo. SMALL SPEAKER, BIG MESSAGE — Two members of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority adjust the podium and microphone for Skylar Koontz, a fifth-grade student at Woodsdale Middle School in Wheeling, who won the YWCA Annual "Project on Racism." Koontz was one of three students — along with third grader Ethan Thomas of New River Elementary School in Fayette County and senior Nada Siva of Parkersburg High School in Wood County — who read their essays on racism at the awards luncheon. The Beta Beta Omega Chapter of AKA Sorority assisted with hosting the event.
West Virginia Press Association Photo.
SMALL SPEAKER, BIG MESSAGE — Two members of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority adjust the podium and microphone for Skylar Koontz, a fifth-grade student at Woodsdale Middle School in Wheeling, who won the YWCA Annual “Project on Racism.” Koontz was one of three students — along with third grader Ethan Thomas of New River Elementary School in Fayette County and senior Nada Siva of Parkersburg High School in Wood County — who read their essays on racism at the awards luncheon. The Beta Beta Omega Chapter of AKA Sorority assisted with hosting the event.

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