2023 dismantle. contest Winners

The 2023 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 2023 Youth Summit: Youth Rising for Gender Equity in April.

Sumairah Abbasi, The Renaissance Charter School — Queens, NY

Imad Adam, DeWitt Clinton High School — Bronx, NY

Niveah Desirea, Douglas Anderson School of the Arts — Jacksonville, FL

Eva Isabel De La Rosa Galaz, Tucson High Magnet SchoolTucson, AZ

Alexander Jordan, Boston College High School — Boston, MA

Amaru Ernesto Landron, The Renaissance Charter School — Queens, NY

Dezaray Malcolm, Camden High School — Camden, NJ

Emily Muñoz, Harry S. Truman High School — Bronx, NY

Christian Reed, Victory Collegiate High School — Brooklyn, NY

Alani Summers, Bella Vista High School — Sacramento, CA

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Here are a few submissions from our amazing contest winners:

Unapologetic, Alanı Summers
Blurry faces, Christian Reed
The Facts of Life, Niveah Glover

Thank you for your interest in dismantle.

We are no longer accepting entries. Please stay tuned as we review the submissions.

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