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Hibbing students submit winning video in 'I Have a Dream' contest

Minnesota Department of Human Rights Commissioner Kevin Lindsey visited Hibbing High School on Wednesday to present an award to students who submitted a winning entry in the department's "I Have a Dream" video...

Minnesota Department of Human Rights Commissioner Kevin Lindsey visited Hibbing High School on Wednesday to present an award to students who submitted a winning entry in the department's "I Have a Dream" video

contest.

The competition invited students from across the state to create short videos on what the ideals of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.'s dream mean to them.

The video by Hibbing students from the drama club was the highest-rated entry at the high school level and received the highest rating overall. Judges said the video was creative and said the students showed courage in "challenging their school to better embrace diversity."

The award was announced in December. Other winners include Rosemount Middle School and Creek Valley Elementary School in Edina.

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