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Black Heritage Creative Contest Winners

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The Thunder is proud to host the Black Heritage Creative Contest in celebration of Black History Month each year. High School students throughout Oklahoma are invited to create art that depicts a person, moment or experience in Black History that has personally inspired or impacted them. We would like to congratulate each of these talented students who were selected as this year’s winners and runners-up. We honor and celebrate your creativity, inspiration and diversity.

WINNERS

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"I'm Here"

Victoria Taylor | Southeast High School

Ninth Grade

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"The Death of Our Promised Land"

Savannah Manning-Clark | Lawton High School

10th Grade

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"The Power of Education"

Reegan Mehrens | Oklahoma Christian School

11th Grade

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"Misty Copeland"

Laila Doyle | Edmond North High School

12th Grade

RUNNER-UPS

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"Three Little Birds"

Ziniah Ware | Del City High School

Ninth Grade

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"The Voices That Were Heard"

Tristin Green | Oklahoma Youth Academy Charter School

10th Grade

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"Black History"

Zion Phillips | Crooked Oak High School

12th Grade

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"The Giant That Holds the World Still"

Jeremiah Derbigny | Star Spencer Mid-High School

11th Grade