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"Justice Deferred: The Story of Sheff v. O'Neill" (2017) by Pei Yi Zhuo and Pei Chao Zhuo, Farmington High School for Connecticut History Day 2017 Awards: Hartford Regional Contest: First Place, Senior Group Documentary; State Contest Special Prizes: Outstanding Entry Related to Connecticut Law – Senior Prize Sponsored by the Connecticut Supreme Court Historical Society
“Rosaria” (2015) by Nicole Ellis of the Journalism and Media Academy, Winner of the Social Justice Award at the Reel Youth Hartford Film Festival
"Separate But Unequal: Sheff v O’Neill" (2014) by TJ Noel-Sullivan of Classical Magnet School, a documentary recognized as the “Outstanding Entry in CT History” at the 2014 CT History Day competition.
To see more of TJ’s award-winning videos, visit his YouTube Channel.
Integration Ambassadors: A Grassroots Network of Parents and Educators in Greater Hartford, Connecticut, Keeps Racial and Economic Diversity in Schools and on Agendas by Susan Eaton (2013)
The Children in Room E4: American Education on Trial by Susan Eaton (2009)