MILWAUKEE -- A group of Milwaukee kids was recognized for their artwork as part of Black History Month.
Kids with the Boys & Girls Clubs of Greater Milwaukee were tasked with drawing an original piece of art recognizing influential African-American figures. That included businesspeople, athletes, celebrities and historical figures.
"I just kind of feel like Malcolm X, I just feel he was the type of person to bring people together -- with kindness and he's just like a really big person in my family," said Bella Camareno, a student at Rogers Street Academy.
Bella got second place in the voting at took home $150. The first-place winner got $250.