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Doodle 4 Google 2017 winner – Sarah Harrison wants an inclusive world

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Sarah Harrison has emerged as the winner of the Doodle 4 Google contest. There is no denying that the young artist rightly thought about the issue confronting a large number of people and came out with a solution, if implemented will resolve much of the world’s troubles.

The contestant who has won a huge sum of money and has benefited her school too, that will get around fifty thousand bucks from the tech giant, suggested that people should respect each other irrespective of their color, religion, race, area and treated fairly.

Sarah Harrison, who is a high school student in Connecticut, won the tech giant’s competition titled “What I see for the future…”

The teenaged girl’s “A Peaceful Future” was named the winner of the contest under Doodle 4 Google student contest. The drawing showed as many as eight people from very diverse backgrounds standing together. They appeared to be followers of different faiths, with different sex inclinations and came from different parts of the world.

After her win in the google doodle contest, Harrison said in a statement: “When I started, I was thinking of how there’s a lot of animosity toward diverse communities of people in the world right now. So I wanted to draw something that I hoped would show that we can all get along well, and that it’s possible for us to be happy with each other.”

She went on to add, “You don’t know what they’ve been through — and they don’t know what you’ve been through — so we all deserve respect from each other”.

There were four children shortlisted for the final and the celebrity judges included Simone Biles, Jimmy Kimmel and Sia, as well as animation-industry talents Brenda Chapman and Floyd Norman and flights systems engineer Tracy Drain. The win will ensure that Harrison gets $30,000 toward a college scholarship, and a meeting with the Doodle team at Google’s Bay Area headquarters. Her school will get $50,000 in technology funding.

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