WKU’s Institute for Citizenship and Social Responsibility (ICSR) announces Imagining Otherwise, a WKU student video contest aimed at providing innovative and creative visions of a more just world.
Video submissions are due by midnight April 20. An awards ceremony will be held from 4 p.m. to 6 p.m. April 28 at Downing Student Union.
About the contest: In 2015, the world continues to suffer from identity-based discrimination, environmental concerns, the far-reaching effects of colonialism, and many other broader human rights violations. In light of these pressing issues, this generation is often left feeling overwhelmed and powerless. In an effort to amplify millennial voices, ICSR invites WKU students to participate in Imagining Otherwise, a video contest that presents an opportunity for imagining the world otherwise in a 30-90 second video. This contest celebrates the imagination of WKU students who strive to envision justice on local, national and global levels.
Prizes will be awarded for first place and runner-up in each category: local, national and global. First place will receive $200 and runner-up will receive $100 (redeemable at the WKU Store).
For contest rules and information, visit wku.edu/icsr/io.php.
Contact: ICSR, (270) 745-3218