In December 2020, the Humanities Center held a student contest to think more deeply and open a conversation about the role the humanities play in social justice through the lens of our membership in the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. We asked interested students to submit an artistic creation that reflects their views on how the humanities promote social justice from the perspective of a member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints using the medium of poetry, visual art, or music.
We hope you enjoy these compelling and award-winning entries from our students. To see the Essay category winners, click here.
1st Place: Olivia Jensen
“Angels at the Protests”
Honorable Mention: Alixa Brobbey
“A Song: After John White”