Port Clinton High School student Innocence Dague has won the Multimedia Competition for the Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Art Essay & Multimedia Contest. The contest was hosted by the Ohio Civil Rights Commission.
“We received hundreds of entries for this year’s contest and only two winning entries were selected for the Multimedia Contest,” said judges. “We greatly appreciate Innocence Dague’s participation and commitment to promoting diversity and the legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.”
Innocence was invited to Columbus for the award ceremony, where her video was showcased and she was recognized for her contest participation and hard work. Carla Pelz is the Digital Media teacher at Port Clinton High School.