Previous Contests

2017 Leo & Antonia Gershanov Memorial Holocaust Arts and Writing Contest

From Observer to Upstander:  When Conscience Motivates Action

2016 Leo & Antonia Gershanov Memorial Student Essay Contest>

Can Justice Be Achieved in the Aftermath of Genocide?

2015 Leo & Antonia Gershanov Memorial Arts & Writing Contest >
New Lives, New World: Survivors in the Aftermath of the Holocaust

2014 Leo & Antonia Gershanov Memorial Student Essay Contest
Indelible Images: Photographs Make History

2013 Leo & Antonia Gershanov Memorial Student Arts & Writing Contest >
Beyond the Inner Circle: Expanding My Boundaries of Caring

2012 Leo & Antonia Gershanov Memorial Student Essay Contest >
Taking a Stand: Individual Action, Global Impact

2011 Leo & Antonia Gershanov Memorial Student Arts & Writing Contest >
Changing the Way People Think: Persuasion and Propoganda

2010 Leo & Antonia Gershanov Memorial Holocaust Essay Contest >
One Person Can Make a Difference: Eliminating Genocide in My Lifetime

2009 Leo & Antonia Gershanov Memorial Holocaust Arts and Writing Contest >
Memory Keepers: Transform the Future

2008 Leo & Antonia Gershanov Memorial Holocaust Essay Contest >
History’s Dark Echo: The Challenge of ‘Never Again’ in the 21st Century

2007 Leo & Antonia Gershanov Memorial Holocaust Arts and Writing Contest >
Less than Perfect: The Many Victims of Nazi Persecution

 

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