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UPDATE: Vote for a video in the Say No! Video Contest

Watch the two finalists and choose your favorite. 

Video No. 1: Bystander Intervention

Video No. 2: Uncomfortable

 

The winner receives $500. 

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Original story: 

Create an original video that addresses the importance of preventing sexual assault.


You could win $500!

The contest is a partnership of the Jensen Project foundation, the Dallas Area Rape Crisis Center, and Eastfield College's Bee Aware Team.

First Place
$500

Second Place
$300

Third Place
$200


Contest dates: Feb. 1-March 1

Judging criteria: Message, production value, originality, and call to action

Videos should be 2-3 minutes

Deadline: March 1 


Contact JaimeTorres@dcccd.edu

Judging:
  • Students will be asked to nominate their top choices via social media March 1-8. 
  • A panel made up of Eastfield advisors/experts, representatives from the Dallas Area Rape Crisis Center and the Jensen Project will make final selections from the student nominations. The Jensen Project will have final approval on all winning submissions.
Rules:
  • Eligible participants: current Eastfield students
  • Students participating will be asked to sign a waiver that acknowledges that the material is original, that permission has been granted by anyone featured in the video and that the student owns the copyright to the content.
  • Video submissions should be PSA broadcast quality.
  • Group submissions should be limited to three students for one video submission.
  • Students will also be asked to say yes/no as to whether the Jensen Project can use the video on its website and in other areas such as TV submissions and various speaking engagements.  If permission is granted, students will be notified each time the video is used. It will be used for PR purposes only – not for commercial gain
  • Students will also be asked to say yes/no as to whether Eastfield College and/or DARCC can use the video on its website and in other areas such as various speaking engagements and promotional events like new student orientation.
THE JENSEN PROJECT is committed to curbing harassment, bullying, and sexual abuse among young people by encouraging empathy and compassion in children at an early age through an open dialogue with parents, teachers, college students, and children in lower schools. For more information on the Jensen Project and Janet Jensen, please go to thejensenproject.com.

This project was supported by Grant No. 2017-WA-AX-0051 awarded by the Office on Violence Against Women, U.S. Department of Justice.  The opinions, findings, conclusions, and recommendations expressed in this publication/program/exhibition are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect the views of the Department of Justice, Office on Violence Against Women.