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AJ+ @ajplus🔁BREAKING: A judge ruled that a Zambian refugee can compete in a national poetry contest.
Allan Monga is in high scho twitter.com ol in Maine, but the National Endowment for the Arts blocked him because he doesn’t have U.S. citizenship or a green card.
Dan McCarthy @DanMcWGME🔁You could call it "poetic justice" for 19 year old Allan Monga. He had to fight for his after the said he couldn twitter.com 't compete in the National Finals, due to his status as an asylum seeker from Zambia. How he won the case on
Shelby @shellbsstho🔁Deering's Allan Monga Wins States! Allan competed and Won States in Poetry Out Loud on Saturday. On to Nationals! Congratulations Allan!
Oral Ofori @oralofori🔁Allan Monga, a 19-year-old junior at Deering High School from Zambia, won the U.S. State of Maine's "Poetry Out Loud" twitter.com contest but initially wasn't allowed to compete nationally because he hasn't yet been granted legal asylum.
Allison @Allison_sad🔁His name is Allan Monga. Here’s a clip of him reciting the poem that got him through the state finals.
🦁🦁🦁 @_QueenSimba_🔁BREAKING: A judge ruled that a Zambian refugee can compete in a national poetry contest.
Allan Monga is in high school in Maine, but the National Endowment for the Arts blocked him because he doesn’t have U.S. citizenship or a green card.
Eugene Makai @EugeneMakai🔁 student asylum seeker in Portland, Maine, Allan Monga wins court reprieve against National Endowment for the Arts (N twitter.com EA) to compete in national Poetry Out Loud competition.
Dudette @Dudette9t9🔁Allan Monga, 17, and the Portland School District sued the NEA after he won the state poetry contest. The NEA said Monga could not compete because he is not a citizen or a legal resident alien. He has applied for but not been granted asylum.
Lau_Jazo🕉✡☯️ @laura_jazo🔁Congratulations to 's Allan Monga who will represent Maine at next week! We’re rooting for you!
Lau_Jazo🕉✡☯️ @laura_jazo🔁I may not be able to change the big things happening right now, but after a lifetime in the Arts I will be doing what I can on this because I would Love to help this kid Allan Monga get the chance he has earned.
Lau_Jazo🕉✡☯️ @laura_jazo🔁Incredibly 17 year old Allan Monga who speaks 8 languages & won to represent Maine had to go to court to sue - watch him perform & you will wonder forever why NEA would go against such a huge talent A Win 4 Maine!
Lau_Jazo🕉✡☯️ @laura_jazo🔁I'm asking the National Endowment for the Arts to reconsider its decision not to allow Maine student Allan Monga to compete in the National Poetry Out Loud competition on the basis of his immigration status as an asylum seeker
Lau_Jazo🕉✡☯️ @laura_jazo🔁Poetic injustice: Allan Monga, an asylum-seeker living in Maine, fell in love with poetry as a high schooler living in a teen shelter. He won the state competition, but, to compete nationally, requires competitors to be US citizens or LPRs.
Cynthia A. Dill, Esq. @dillesquire🔁A federal judge has ruled Allan Monga, Deering HS student and asylum seeker from Zambia, can compete in national poetry competition after winning 's Poetry Out Loud statewide competition. He'd been barred bc he is not a citizen or permanent resident.
Pattyp & Cody @ClarkPattyp🔁PPS student Allan Monga is Maine's Poetry Out Loud winner. National Endowment for the Arts (NEA) is not allowing him to participate in the championship because of his immigration status. Please write a letter or call the NEA to rebuke their discriminatory policy.
Kathy Reynolds @KathyReynolds11🔁 - The attorney for 19 year old Allan Monga tells me he is "grateful for the community," and now focusing on the national competition starting Monday
Kathy Reynolds @KathyReynolds11🔁 - Here is a statement by the National Endowment of the Arts in response to the federal court allowing Allan Monga to compete in next week.
Partially Meeting Expectations @partiallypod🔁 Hip hip! Cannot wait to hear Allan Monga recite at the National PoetryOutLoud competition in DC
BRUJA🐾 ♌🐾✌💞 @eneidacortes681🔁YAY YES!!! lost in court & Maine WON!!! Congratulations Allan Monga has Won 💞🇺🇸💞 🎉🎉🎉🎉🎉🎉🎉🎉🎉🎉🎉🎉🎉🎉🎉
Helen Bright @MsBrightDHS🔁A judge just ruled that junior Allan Monga will be able to compete in the Poetry Out Loud National Finals -- more details to come.
Travis Poling @travpol🔁19 y.o. Allan Monga is given the go ahead by Portland's Federal Court to compete in the competition on Monday. The high school student & asylum seeker from Zambia was first barred because "he is not a citizen or permanent resident of the US"
Karen S @kas_108🔁Allan Monga fled Zambia and now attends high school in Maine. He recently won a statewide poetry contest and was set to represent Maine in nationals. He almost missed out on the opportunity because he is not a US citizen. That’s when a judge stepped in.
TiGGyZTweetZ 🗽💙🇺🇸💙🗽 @TiGGyZTweetZ🔁 Good luck at nationals, Allan Monga! You make your community in Maine so proud. Have fun! twitter.com
TiGGyZTweetZ 🗽💙🇺🇸💙🗽 @TiGGyZTweetZ🔁Would have been Much faster if you hadn't made it necessary for Allan Monga to have to go up against NEA in Court to twitter.com win a restraining order against So NEA Cannot Block Maine's Winner from
TiGGyZTweetZ 🗽💙🇺🇸💙🗽 @TiGGyZTweetZ🔁Would have been Much faster if you hadn't made it necessary for Allan Monga to have to go up against NEA in Court to twitter.com win a restraining order Against So that NEA Cannot Block Maine's Winner from Finals in D.C.
Caitlin Gilmet @CaitlinGilmet🔁Good luck at nationals, Allan Monga! You make your community in Maine so proud. Have fun! twitter.com
Talya Edlund @tedlund1🔁Hip hip! Cannot wait to hear Allan Monga recite at the National PoetryOutLoud competition in DC
Kathy Beirne @kathymacmaine🔁Allan Monga sued the National Endowment for the Arts last week after they said he was ineligible to compete in the Poetry Out Loud National Finals in Washington, D.C.
Gregg Palmer @PrincipalGreggP🔁
Allan Jnr Monga is Maine's Poetry Out Loud winner. I hope today the court orders the National Endowment for the Arts
to do the right thing regardless of immigration status.
Gregg Palmer @PrincipalGreggP🔁Good news for Allan Monga! We are so very proud and happy for you and know you will make Portland and Maine proud!