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William J. Schulz High School Essay Contest (Deadline: June 1, 2015)

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Who Can Apply: North American high school seniors who graduate in spring 2015, college-bound in fall 2015.

Submission: Choose one of the topics below (500 to 700 words):

  • Atheist/nonbeliever of color prompt: Write from personal perspective about experiences or challenges you face, as a nonbeliever in a religious family or community, and minority within the freethought community. Are there obstacles discouraging diversity within the movement? What do you think could be done to make freethought and nonbelief more attractive to America’s nonwhite communities? Include at least one paragraph about why you are a nonbeliever.
  • Why I’m good without God prompt: Write from personal perspective about your experiences or challenges in the face of persistent stereotypes that atheists and other nonbelievers are not moral. Explain how you’re “good without God,” why religion is not necessary for morality and may even be counterproductive. What can you or others do to counter negative stereotypes about nonbelievers? Include at least one paragraph about why you are a nonbeliever.

Deadline: June 1, 2015

Amount: $200-$3,000

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