— Posted by John (March 3, 2011 at 11:37 am)
Generations for Life has partnered with Live Action, Students for Life of America, Rock for Life, Right to Life of Central California, Susan B. Anthony List, Teen Defenders, Cherish Life Ministries, Stand True, Students for Life of Illinois, LIFEsocal, Survivors of the Abortion Holocaust, and Pro-Life Action League in sponsoring the Expose Planned Parenthood Video Contest to show America why America’s largest abortion chain must be defunded.
Youâ€™ve read the reports about how Planned Parenthoods across the United States have been charged with crimes ranging from covering up illegal late term abortions, not reporting the rape of young girls, and falsely billing the state of California.
Now it’s time to create your own video to tell Congress why they should defund Planned Parenthood.
Go to these sites to get the facts about Planned Parenthood:
- Live Action Undercover Videos
- Questions and Answers about Planned Parenthood
- Why We Must Defeat Planned Parenthood
Make a video, no longer than 5 minutes, about why you think Planned Parenthood should be defunded.
Upload your video to YouTube. Remember to put the tag “2011 Expose Planned Parenthood Video Contest” on your video.
Email email@example.com with your name/group name, your age, school you attend, and link to your video on YouTube.
The deadline to submit a video is 12:00 midnight Eastern Time on
Monday, March 7th **The deadline has been extended to 12:00 midnight Eastern Time on Thursday, March 10**.
This contest is open to all high-school and college-age youth (14 to 25).
Video entries must be under 5 minutes long and should Tell Congress Why They Must Defund Planned Parenthood of its $363 million in taxpayer subsidies.
The Winning Video will win a $1000 prize, the Runner-Up Video will receive $500, and the Third Prize will receive a Survivors Pro-Life Training Camp Scholarship ($400 value).
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