- Madison & Christian, a strong team of debaters from Atlanta has made history after winning Harvard’s international debate competition
- This becomes the 3rd consecutive time the Atlanta-based Harvard Diversity Project sends home the trophy
- The two are also the first Black girl and the youngest Black boy to win
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History has been made in grand style as the first Black girl and the youngest Black boy win Harvard’s international debate competition.
The exciting news was declared by the Harvard Diversity Project in a post sighted by Briefly.co.za on the official Instagram handle of the entity.
It is reported that this becomes the third consecutive year that the Atlanta-based Harvard Diversity Project sends home the championship from Harvard’s international debate competition.
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Even more exciting, the formidable team that comprised Madison & Christian was declared victorious by the panel of judges in a perfect 5-0 winning ballot.
Due to the lack of diversity in higher education, specifically in the country’s highest-ranking universities, many institutions created different programs to close the gap to give youth from all socio-economic backgrounds a chance at a high-quality education.
Atlanta's Harvard Diversity Project (HPD) was instituted for this purpose so that high school students can participate in different activities sponsored through the Ivy League university.
In other news, Vida Nsor, a Ghanaian pure water seller who is also a single mother of four has been pleasantly surprised with a full apartment along with GHc7,500 to get herself established.
SVTV Africa in Ghana was responsible for the gesture as a video sighted by Briefly.co.za indicates that the group aired the sachet water hawker's story on their social media platforms.
After watching the story of how the single mother was struggling to take care of herself and the children, tons of Ghanaians decided to give her a helping hand.
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