Sadie Chamberlain won the Breaking Barriers national grand prize with an inspirational message. Her message to others is to never let a disability define you and to never turn away from a barrier that seems at times insurmountable. More
Kendal Young and Sadie Chamberlain were selected as the two Grand Prize winners from more than 17,000 entries around the U.S. and Canada. Young and Chamberlain led the pack of 20 Breaking Barriers national essay winners. More
Major League Baseball recognized the Breaking Barriers essay winner, Kayla Savory, prior to Game 2 of the World Series. Breaking Barriers, developed by Jackie Robinson's daughter, Sharon, has reached more than 22 million people. More
Malcolm Venable won the Breaking Barriers: In Sports, In Life essay contest. The 9-year-old told his story about facing bullying at school due to his stutter. Malcolm said writing the essay "made me feel good about myself that I could do it." More
Ninth-grader Kayla Savory and fourth-grader Malcolm Venable were announced as the winners of the Breaking Barriers essay contest. The winners wrote about overcoming school bullying and growing up in a difficult home environment. More
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