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Seattle’s 2015 MLK Unity Day!

Here’s a half-hour video featuring the MLK Youth Contest Winners that the City of Seattle sponsored in January as part of the City’s first-ever Unity Day.

It includes additional footage/interviews with the winners!

Win $150! 2015 Teen Video Challenge

Teen-video-challenge-bannerThe Washington State Library and the Collaborative Summer Library Program (CSLP) have launched the 2015 Teen Video Challenge, a national video competition for teens to get involved with reading and their public library’s summer reading program.

Teens are invited to create a 30 to 90 second video with their unique interpretation of the 2015 teen slogan “Unmask” in combination with reading and libraries. The idea is to involve teens in summer reading, before and during the summer months, by being part of the process. This is an opportunity for teens to showcase their creativity and have their ideas heard before a national audience. The winning video will be named one of the CSLP 2015 Teen Videos to promote summer reading nationwide.

$150 will be awarded to the creators of the winning state video and their associated public library will receive prizes worth at least $50 from CSLP and Demco/Upstart. Winners will be announced by CSLP in April 2015.

For full details about the CSLP 2015 Teen Video Challenge and to find out how to enter Washington’s competition, please visit http://1.usa.gov/1u6Qr14

Want to see the 2012 winner, representing Tacoma Public Library?  Teeler won $150 – why not you?

 

Moby Dick, the Puppet Show

Several Garfield HS students got together, read Moby Dick, and put together this video.  Sparks Notes provided the script, but the teens provided the puppets, the cutouts, and the dramatic voices.  So cool!

From around the web…Upworthy

Watch These 4 Girls Destroy The Female Stereotype Like The Monsters They Are

Upworthy poetry slam

 

Video Contest!

Watch this!
You too can win $3000 for your favorite school or public library, by making a simple video to campaign for your library.  The deadline is April 18, and the rules are here.  If you contribute an entry, let us know so we can feature it here at Push To Talk.

And thanks for your support!