THE NATIONAL Right to Life is holding a video contest to encourage youth to support pro-life efforts in their community.
“(The) contest is not just a terrific way of engaging the pro-life youth in your communities; it is also a great way to introduce them to greater involvement in the movement” said Jacki Ragan director of the state organizational development and convention department of the National Right to Life Washington D.C.
“Their participation is an important part of injecting the pro-life message into public discourse using their talents and skill” said Ragan.
The contest is open to all videographers ages 15-25 and the videos must be between 30 seconds and 3 minutes in length. Deadline for submitting a video is May 31.
Ragan said an online submission form and full contest rules – as well as all previous winning submissions – are available at nrlconvention.com/video-contest.