The Kansas City Program of the American Friends Service Committee invites school and youth programs working with high school-aged youth to participate in creative projects, which will use the arts to engage youth in issues of war, peace, economic justice and hope for the future.
If I Had A Trillion Dollars is a national youth video contest and film festival. We ask young people aged 10-23, "If YOU had the power to choose, how would you spend 1 trillion dollars? What could that money do for your family, for your community, for your nation, or for the world?"
Young people are directly affected by conversations about state and federal budgets, yet their voices are often ignored. The third-annual "If I Had a Trillion Dollars" national youth film festival seeks to change that.
It asks, “What would you do with $1 trillion—for yourself, your family, and your community?” Submissions are due Jan. 11, 2013.
American Friends Service Committee--Chicago and National Priorities Project proudly presents the Second Annual AFSC Benefit and the "If I Had A Trillion Dollars" Youth Film Festival. Join us for a night of peace, dialogue, and activism!
Private Reception - 6:00 PM
For more information or questions: Call Karen at 312-427-2533 x33 or email her at email@example.com
American Friends Service Committee and National Priorities Project are proud to invite you to the World Premiere of the 2nd Annual "If I Had A Trillion Dollars" Youth Film Festival.
The IHTD Youth Film Festival asks young people to speak out on the federal budget and asks them to consider: The $1 trillion spent yearly on the U.S. military The $1 trillion spent on the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan The $1 trillion plus in tax cuts for the wealthiest Americans
Please join us for an evening of youth voices on the cost of war.
November 2011 Program Update with Michael McConnell
This is a recording of the American Friends Service Committee’s Monthly Program Update call from November 10, 2011 with General Secretary Shan Cretin and Great Lakes Regional Director Michael McConnell, who is based out of Chicago.
They discussed AFSC’s work for Economic Justice, including discussion of the ‘Human Cost’ of war banners and the ‘Windows and Mirrors mural exhibit. They also covered AFSC involvement with ‘Occupy Together’ and resources such as ‘Move the Money Toolkit’ and the ‘If I Had a Trillion Dollars’ youth film contest and festival.
AFSC is a Quaker organization devoted to service, development, and peace programs throughout the world. Our work is based on the belief in the worth of every person, and faith in the power of love to overcome violence and injustice. Learn more
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