Emancipation Day Student Writing Contest
Creatively respond to or reinterpret a historical document(s) from either the Freedmen and Southern Society Project or Visualizing Emancipation (both NEH-funded sites), citing the primary source you are using. Possible submission formats include, but are not limited to: a short essay, a first-person narrative, a letter, a one scene play, a poem, a blog post, a video, an original song, or a digital recording. If you are interested in submitting media content, please attach a brief abstract along with your work. When you are finished, upload your entry to our submission page.