Welcome to the Bridges Collaborative’s student contest on segregation. The purpose of the contest is to shed light on the history of segregation in communities across America and to propose potential solutions to this problem.
Congratulations to the winners of the Bridges Collaborative Student Contest!
In 2021, the Bridges Collaborative accepted submissions from students to submit a creative project of their choosing (such as a written, audio, video or other media presentation) that explores the topic of segregation in the community where they live. Thank you to all students who participated and submitted engaging projects; we enjoyed reviewing your submissions.
Awards were based on online public voting as well as voting by a panel of judges. First, second, third, and public choice winners have now been selected and below you can view the submissions from our winners in each age group! View the winning submissions here:
Public Choice Winners
First Place Winners
Second Place Winners
- 6th & under: Eleiana Jarboe
- 7-10th grades: Lily Segars and Adeline Teglas
- 11-12th grades: Naya Dukkipati
Third Place Winners
- Coming soon!
Contest Rules and Regulations
Each contestant will be required to acknowledge that they understand and have read the rules governing this student contest. All contestants under 18 will be required to affirm that their parent/guardian has read and understands the rules governing this student contest. All finalists will be required to submit signed parental consent for participation.