What Would MLK Say About a Living Wage Poster Contest: Winners
(ITHACA) The Tompkins County Office of Human Rights (OHR) and the Tompkins County Workers’ Center announced the winners of its second annual â€œWhat Would MLK Say Today?â€ Poster Contest, at the Greater Ithaca Activities Center’s annual MLK Day Breakfast. The contest was designed to provide opportunities for Tompkins County artists to imagine and express how MLKâ€™s timeless strategies can address todayâ€™s challenges. This year, the OHR partnered with the Tompkins County Workersâ€™ Center in order to promote a special contest theme which poses the question, â€œWhat would MLK say today about the Living Wage in Tompkins County?â€
First prize winner of the adult section of the poster contest is Jason Kinsey of Ithaca with this EXCELLENT ‘answer’ to the question: What would MLK Say About the Living Wage in Tompkins County?