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Today's Google Doodle depicts a peaceful "image for the future" and a loving world where a group of children are hugging.
Congrats to our national #Doodle4Google winner: Sarah Harrison! 👏👏👏 Learn about the "Peaceful Future" she hopes for… https://t.co/SxG6sV21dg — Google Doodles (@Google Doodles)
It was designed by 15-year-old Sarah Harrison from Connecticut, and made today's homepage after she won the Doodle 4 Google contest.
It's largely been met with praise, but unfortunately, not everyone is quite so happy.
There's, bizarrely, lots of people on the Internet comfortable complaining about a school girl's drawing.
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