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13 February 2021
Photo courtesy of Ryan Hostetter
Peace and justice
Ryan Hostetter, a ninth grader from Eastern Mennonite High School in Harrisonburg, Virginia, wins grand prize for his video, “How police impact racial injustice” in the MCC U.S. Washington Office high school essay and video contest 2020-2021.
The annual MCC U.S. Washington Office essay and video contest highlights the perspectives of youth on significant public policy issues and promotes the involvement of young people in faithful witness to government authorities. The contest is open to Mennonite, Brethren in Christ and other Anabaptist youth of high school age and to all youth who attend Mennonite high schools within the United States, including Puerto Rico. Grand prizes of $150 each will be awarded to the top video and the top essay.