Saturday, March 24, 2012- Shelle Brooks (volunteer) reviews entries submitted for the 22nd Annual Fight For Freedom Fund Dinner Art & Essay Contest
The Fight For Freedom Fund Dinner Art & Essay competition is an excellent opportunity for elementary through high school students to showcase their artistic talents through various pens and brushes. Students have the opportunity to demonstrate through their talents “What the civil rights struggle means to me.”
Saturday, March 24, 2012- ACT-SO participants, judges, coaches and supporters look on as the 2012 competition begins.
Afro-Academic, Cultural, Technological and Scientific Olympics (ACT-SO) is a yearlong scholastic enrichment program where participants flex the most important muscle – “the mind.” Just as an athlete trains before a competition, so must the ACT-SO participant with coaches and mentors in preparing for the local competition.
ACT-SO is not a talent show, but an opportunity for the youth to showcase their skills and abilities in the sciences, humanities, performing arts, visual arts, and business. ACT-SO is where the next millennium architects, scientists, musicians, poets, dancers, artists and entrepreneurs are discovered. For more information on ACT-SO please contact the Detroit Branch NAACP youth department.