Celebrate Black History Month

New contest from Scholastic remembers The March on Washington

Connie Larsen | Dreamstime.com

Put your child’s artistic talent to work and answer “The Challenge.” That’s what Scholastic’s art competition is being called as they salute the 50th anniversary of the March on Washington and Dr. Martin Luther King’s call to service. Artwork should reflect King’s challenge “What Are You Doing For Others?” Work will be judged by grade categories. Grand-Prize winners (one per grade) will receive a Samsung tablet. Winners and runners-up will have the opportunity to have their poster displayed at the Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial Bookstore Washington, D. C.

• For contest details, go to http://www.scholastic.com/MLKDay/


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