Wed 4/26 @ 6PM
Each year, the Maltz Museum of Jewish Heritage’s Stop the Hate® Youth Speak Out invites young people in grades 6-12 to share their personal stories of discrimination and ideas about how to address bullying, bigotry and indifference in a 500-word essay.
This year, nearly 3,300 students did so. Twenty-five finalists were picked, and now the winners will be announced at the Stop the Hate Awards Ceremony at the Maltz Performing Arts Center in University Circle. Lori Stokes, daughter of the late Congressman Louis Stokes and a prominent TV newscaster, will host the ceremony, where, in addition to the announcement of the winners, the top ten junior and seniors will read their essays.
It’s free but space is limited so make a reservation by calling 216-593-0575 or going here.