Submit a 500-word essay on what tolerance means to you for the chance to win a $750 Tolerance Scholarships. The essay is due on Friday, March 20, 2020 by midnight. This is an excellent opportunity to add your voice and ideas for solutions to the public debate. You can read about past winners in Forbes, here and in Deseret News, here.
Students can submit essays on the webpage here: www.tolerancemeans.com/submit
Also, please join us for a Tolerance Means Dialogue on March 26th at noon in Room 544: Tolerance Means Dialogue RSVP
The winning essayists take center stage and will present alongside the experts who act as catalysts for the Dialogue. The event is being co-sponsored by Sandra Day O’Connor College of Law, J Reuben Clark Law Society, American Constitution Society, OUTLaw ASU and the Federalist Society and will feature Dialogue Catalysts Shannon Minter, Legal Director for the National Center for Lesbian Rights, and Robin Fretwell Wilson, University of Illinois College of Law. The event will be moderated by Zachary Kramer, Professor of Law at Arizona State University.
All students who attend the Dialogue can join in the discussion by tweeting questions and comments to @ToleranceMeans. One student will be randomly selected to receive a Social Engagement Prize of $250 for adding to the Dialogue.