2022 dismantle. Winners
The 2022 Dismantle Patriarchy Contest challenged high school students to use their creative talents to Dismantle Patriarchy through the use of visual art, music, essay, story, poetry, video or photography to envision how they might change the larger societal system of patriarchy and create an accepting society. Ten winners were chosen and received a $1,000 prize. Winners were honored at our 2022 Youth Summit: Youth Rising for Gender Equity in April.
Joss-Janelle Wilson, Brooklyn Ascend High School – Brooklyn, New York
Melissa Cabanas, Fort Hamilton High School – Brooklyn, New York
Felicia Facey, Bard High School Early College Queens – Bronx, New York
Ava Lazar, Blacksburg High School – Blacksburg, Virginia
Justin Vincent, Prep Charter High School – Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Brianna Jackson, Heritage High School – Conyers, GA
Abigail Buchanan, Rockdale Magnet School for Science and Technology – Stockbridge, GA
Jasmin Langomas, Carteret High School – Carteret, New Jersey
Blake Landow, The Baldwin School – Wayne, Pennsylvania
Andres Lanza, Carteret High School – Carteret, NJ
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Here are a few submissions from our amazing contest winners:
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