03/09/2018, Midnight to Midnight
Location:Girl Scouts Heart of The South map
Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.’s legacy stretches far beyond the Civil Rights Movement. Despite struggles, oppression, ignorance, and violence, Dr. King rose above the fray to fight for humanitarian rights for all people YOUR VOICE IS IMPORTANT.
In honor of MLK Day and the voice that inspired change, Girl Scouts Heart of the South challenges you to examine today’s global civil and human rights issues. Let your voice be heard by telling us how this impacts you, how you can have compassion for others, how each of us can make a change, and how we can speak with One Heart and One Voice.
You can say it simply by creating an innovative storyline. Of course, the more creative and relatable to everyone, the better. An Infographic is a visual representation, data, or knowledge intended to present information quickly and clearly.
Never created an infographic? No problem! There are many free templates online to help you out. You may use templates such as piktochart.com or venngage.com to create your submission, and let your voice be heard!
Prizes will be awarded for 1st, 2nd & 3rd place. Winners will be announced via Girl Scouts Heart of the South social media, via email, and on the oneheartgs.org website.
1st Place Finalist
2nd Place Finalist will receive a basket of MLK50 Commemorative memorabilia.
3rd Place Finalist will receive A Picture Book of Martin Luther King, Jr. All participants including winners, will receive a certificate of participation. Winners will receive an additional winner’s certificate.
CONTEST ELIGIBLITY This nationwide contest is open to all 4th - 12th grade girls.
Click HERE for to complete the One Heart One Voice National Infographic Online Submission Form and upload your entry.
*Some restrictions may apply substitution subject to approval.
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