The Nebraska Black History Art Contest uses art to teach history in the hope that we learn from our past, so we do not repeat its mistakes. We use art and history to teach tolerance, acceptance and the “Golden Rule,” which tells us to treat others as you would want to be treated.
You can financially donate to the art contest. Please contact us today! We would also appreciate it if you encouraged, helped and supported the Nebraska students K-12 in your life to enter the 2022 Nebraska Black History Art Contest. Email or call us at 402-714-6744.
We would like to thank OPPD our Gold Sponsor. We want to give OPPD a special shout out for printing the 2021 Nebraska Black History Information and Activity Book. We also want to thank our Silver Sponsors
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The winners of the 2021 Nebraska Black History Art Contest are as follows:
Joseph Dotzler, 3rd grade – Game Changer Home School
Kiersten Hans, 4th grade – Wynot Public Elementary School
Jaida Wilson, 5th grade – Nelson Mandela Elementary School
Alon McClarty, 5th grade – Nelson Mandela Elementary School
Anjana Varma, 6th grade - Elkhorn Ridge Middle School
Ivy Simon, 8th grade – Monroe Middle School
Izabella Yungtum, 8th grade – Gretna Middle School
Gabriella Turner, 8th grade – Sacred Heart Middle School
Shereen Ahmed, 9th grade – Northeast High School
Alaina Jenkins, 9th grade – Bellevue West Senior High School
Jingming Yu, 12th grade – Lincoln High School
Shante Buchholz, 12th grade – Boystown High School
SPREADING THE GOOD NEWS ON WHO WON THE 2021 NEBRASKA BLACK HISTORY ART CONTEST.
The art from The Nebraska Black History Art Contest will be on a traveling exhibition through out the rest of 2021. Please stop by said locations and appreciate the art. We thank you for your support.
2112 N 30th Street, Omaha NE
We invite you to come and enjoy the art from the 2021 Nebraska Black History Art Contest at the Highlander located at 2112 North 30th Stree...
2112 N 30th Street, Omaha NE
Get your FREE copy of the 2021 Nebraska Black History Information and Activity Book at the Urban League located at 3040 Lake St, Omaha, NE 68111 or at the Omaha Star News Paper, located at 2216 North 24th Street, Omaha Nebraska 68110. Donations are appreciated, they help us print more copies. We thank OPPD for being a Gold Sponsor this year and for printing the 2021 Nebraska Black History Information and Activity Book for us.
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