Hananeel Morinville of SM North wins Princeton Prize in Race Relations; Olivia Henry of SM East earns Certificate of Accomplishment

Wednesday, Apr 24, 2019
by Leah Wankum

When Hananeel Morinville, a sophomore at Shawnee Mission North, noticed her school lacked the opportunity to celebrate its diversity, she founded the school’s Black Student Union.

And when Olivia Henry, a junior at Shawnee Mission East, noticed the relatively lack of racial diversity at her school, she started researching the history of race and segregation through Race Project KC.

Both Shawnee Mission students were commended last night by Princeton alumni for their efforts to establish positive race relations in their communities. 

Read more at Shawnee Mission Post