The teens will save us all. This adorable Google Doodle is proof.
Inclusion is the future — and this year’s Doodle 4 Google winner knows it.
Sarah Harrison, a 15-year-old high school student from Connecticut, is the winner of the 2016-2017 Doodle 4 Google Contest. This year’s competition, which launched in September 2016, tasked young artists in the U.S. with creating a doodle about what they see for the future.
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Harrison’s winning doodle, which was displayed on Google’s homepage Friday, depicts children of various background embracing each other, all with wide smiles in the name of diversity. In the illustration, the children — who are of different races, genders and abilities — also wear identity-coded clothing displaying their non-visible identities, like religious beliefs and sexual orientation. Read more…More about Inclusivity, Inclusion, Diversity, Illustration, and Google Doodle
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