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Annie Williamson, Class of 2021, Recognized for Literary Excellence

Junior Annie Williamson was selected as a finalist for the South Carolina Honors College Writing Contest! Her work will be listed in the byline as Julianne Williamson in the 7th Annual High School Literary Publication. The writing prompt was to express a problem with South Carolina in the form of a creative writing response. Annie chose to write a dialogue between two characters to demonstrate the impact of racism in this state.
“I wanted to write about something that meant a lot to me: equality and diversity within our community, so I chose to write about racial discrimination and prejudice. I’ve always had a strong opinion on accepting everyone and giving fair chances,” said Annie. In her response, she created a short scene of a dialogue between a mother and daughter living in South Carolina. “I wanted to incorporate my love for writing and the arts to an issue I’m passionate about,” she said.
Annie will go on to the final round of competition on January 16th at the USC Honors College.
Congratulations, Annie and good luck!
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  • Reema Krishniah
    So proud of you Julianne!
  • Alexandra Timmons
    A great accomplishment indeed!
  • Norma Williamson
    So proud of you Annie...nana
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