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Great American - No BULL Challenge - Bullying Prevention

     The Great American NO BULL Challenge is the first, student-led National video contest and Teen Video Awards show dedicated to bullying prevention and promoting empathy, respect, and inclusive communities using the power of music and the magic of filmmaking.  This year, the competition includes full length videos of 2 - 5 minutes as well as PSA's of 30 - 60 seconds.
    The goal of the NO BULL Challenge is to join America’s students, educators, counselors, organizations, communities, and corporate America together in an effort to enable real change at the student level.  Middle and high school students between the ages of 13 – 18 will have 4+ months to create a 2-5 minute video or 30-60 second PSA with a digital responsibility or a bullying prevention theme. Students will submit their video to the NO BULL Challenge no later than April 30, 2014 at 11:59 PM (PST). Check out the Digital Responsibilty 411 toolkits available at to learn everything you need to know in order to create your video.
    Beginning May5th, 2014, each student will rally their friends, family, educators and community to vote for their video. As a result of the public voting period, nominees will be selected from the top 50 favorite videos by a panel of expert judges. The formal announcement of the NO BULL Nominees will occur on June 6, 2014. All nominees will receive a golden ticket to attend the star-studded NO BULL Teen Video Awards show. At the NO BULL Teen Video Awards show, you’ll get to see amazing artists perform live and meet & greet with your favorite athletes and celebrities on the red carpet. The NO BULL winning videos will be announced “live” where your video will be introduced to the world. Inspiring America’s teens to speak up and be an Upstander against bullying is what The Great American NO BULL Challenge is all about, and we need you to make it happen!
Download a one page flier and information using this link:
Also visit the campaign homepage and view the winning videos from last year at: .

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