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The 2012 Video Challenge is finally here!! Enter today for your chance to win!!

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Sing about any positive topic/cause you’d like. Upload your short
videos & enter for a chance to win! Winners will be chosen based
on videos that are impactful, well directed & highly viewed.

JUN30
Sat 10:00 PM PDTwww.clipsbyu.com

Take a look at one of the new Anti-Bullying videos entered into our 2011 Anti-Bullying Video Challenge. Enter your video today to WIN $2,000 and help spread the word to STOP bullying. http://www.clipsbyu.com/Video/UX7YxbBtvrQ

Lets work together to help raise awareness about bullying in schools and give students a voice on the topic. HOW? By printing our 2011 contest poster from the link below and getting students entered into our anti bullying video contest! BONUS…there’s a $2,000 grand prize!

Has a certain video or topic inspired you lately? Share your inspirational videos or start a discussion at www.clipsbyu.com. Don’t forget about our 2011 video challenge. Start uploading your anti-bullying videos today!

Many problems in our environment and society do not always receive the attention they deserve in the mass media. With that thought, The Great Minds Foundation, founded by Joe Elias launched the Great Minds Video Challenge. Through this competition students inform, inspire and encourage their peers t
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A 9 year old boy’s inspirational crusade against bullying.

CBS News video: Crusade against Bullying - Jaylen Arnold, 9, has Tourette's Syndrome. When he started to get bullied at school, he didn't fight or run away. As Kelly Cobiella reports, Jaylen launched a Web site and its worked wonders.
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"Respect is Life" - Anti Bullying Video on ClipsByU

Respect is Life by Palatine High School Great Minds Video Challenge Top Prize $2,000 New Topics will be announced March 1, 2009 For more information visit http://www.greatmindsfoundation.org/
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“Let's teach kids that words are powerful and that, when you say things that cut into someone, it changes who they are. You say it, then they go home and repeat it to themselves a thousand times. And it changes their personality. It changes their future. It changes the way they raise their kids when they grow up.” Dr Phil

CBS News video: Dr. Phil: Bullying is "Silent Epidemic" - Maggie Rodriguez speaks with Dr. Phil McGraw about "keyboard bullies" and what parents can do to prevent bullying.
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