Podcast: Greenwich Reads Together Essay Contest Excerpts - 2013

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The Rotary Club of Greenwich sponsored a Greenwich Reads Together essay contest for students attending Greenwich schools in grades 6-12. Two prizes of $250 were awarded and sixty-two original essays were submitted based on the question: How does your reading of When the Emperor Was Divine affect your thinking about prejudice toward immigrants and other minorities in the United States today?  This podcast features excerpts of the two winning essays as read by the authors, Greenwich High School 11th grader Fiona Young and Eastern Middle School 7th grader James Chang. Click on the link below to listen to (or download) the podcast and view photos from the evening.

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This page contains a single entry by Kate published on May 23, 2013 8:06 AM.

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