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Scholarship Finalists await the announcement from Maltz Museum co-founder Milton Maltz

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Justin Bachman with Solon High School Principal Erin Short; the school with the grand prize winning entry was presented $10,000 to be used specifically toward anti-bias education

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Justin Bachman reads his essay about his battles with Tourette syndrome

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Grand Scholarship Winner Justin Bachman, junior, Solon High School

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Gang violence was the theme of Chane’l Collins’ prize-winning essay

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Anja Block tells of her encounter with racial prejudice

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With the highest percentage of entries, Rocky River Middle School was presented $10,000 to be used specifically toward anti-bias education. (7th grader Nolan Weaver, Principal Megan Rose, 8th grader Thomas Schill pictured)

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6th – 10th Grade Finalists take the stage; 1st place winner for each grade level received a $300 cash prize

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2nd Runner-Up Chane’l Collins, senior, Glenville High School

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1st Runner-Up Anja Block, senior, Shaker Heights High

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