In partnership with the American Federation of Teachers and the Tribeca Film Institute, the 8th annual Robert F. Kennedy Human Rights Speak Truth To Power Video Contest invites middle and high school students to create short videos that highlight the work of a human rights defender. In creating these short videos, students can become champions of change in their communities.
The Grand Prize winning video will premiere at the NYC Tribeca Film Festival in April 2019. For contest details, click here.
ENTRY DEADLINE: FEBRUARY 17 at 11:59 PM EST
In collaboration with the GRAMMY Museum, Robert F. Kennedy Human Rights invites students to write and produce original songs that speak out against human rights abuses. The format is open to any genre of music.
The Grand Prize winning songwriter will participate in a GRAMMY-related event. For contest details, click here.