Wednesday, December 15, 2010

"If I Had a Trillion Dollars"

The American Friends Service Committee's program on Education and Advocacy for Iraq and Afghanistan writes:

We've reached the end of the submission phase for the If I Had a Trillion Dollars Youth Video Contest staged by AFSC and The National Priorities Project. The project engaged over 30 groups of youth (13 – 23 years old) from around the country. We received 46 videos identifying how the $1 Trillion spent on the wars could be better spent.

A panel of judges will be considering comments left on our YouTube channel ( So, take a look and comment on the work, and encourage your networks to do the same. Simply forward this message.

Contest winners will go to Washington DC where public events and a congressional briefing will be organized to show the videos.

Background Information and Toolkit for the Contest here!

Thanks for taking a look and helping us spread the word. You will be inspired and impressed.

(Here's just one of the great videos submitted!)

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