Salisbury Students Enter Anti-Bullying Video Contest
Salisbury High School students hope the videos they made against cyberbullying on the Great American No Bull Challenge win a $5,000 scholarship.
Salisbury High School students hope to rally the community to vote for two videos they entered in a national contest for teens against cyberbullying.
The Salisbury students who made the videos are members of No Place for Hate, an educational initiative sponsored by the Anti-Defamation League.
Students who entered the Great American No Bull Challenge were required to write and direct a two- to five minute about online bullying. The 15 videos that get the most votes between April 1-April 15 are in the running for the top prizes at the No Bull Teen Video Awards in San Francisco. You can vote once a day per video.
Grand prizes include a trip to the Sundance Film Festival where their film will be submitted, $10,000 production deal, $5,000 scholarship, laptop computer, videocamera, $2,000 cash and an overhead projector for the school.
You can vote for Salisbury's videos at the following Web sites:
The students' group video, titled “Right Your Wrong," can be viewed at http://nobull.votigo.com/contests/showentry/1036691
Salisbury's second entry is by student Carly Fortunato, titled “What would you do?," which can be viewed at http://nobull.votigo.com/contests/showentry/1036635