Drop Moving Screening: A Story of Triumph, Baltimore Week of Non-violence
The Film Screening In support of the 2018 Week of Non-Violence, Justice & Opportunity, the Positive Change Foundation, Black Women for Positive Change, and Baltimore County Alumnae Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. invite middle school and high school students (ages 12 and older) and their family to view the docu-short, "Drop: A Story of Triumph". Real Talk Discussion After the screening, Chaka Bal Amani (Producer) and Actor Tray Chaney (from the Wire) will engage the audience in a real talk discussion about the premise and reaction to the film. Local Essay Contest Following the film middle school and high school students are encouraged to write a one or two-page essay to describe: (1) their reaction to the film Drop; (2) opportunities that interest you most; and (3) the kind of support you need to follow your dreams. Submit entries via email to firstname.lastname@example.org by October 17, 2018. Contest Winners Winners will be announced at the Charm City Cypher Event taking place at the Randallstown Community Center on Sunday, October 21, 2018, from 4 pm to 6 pm (https://charmcitycypher2018.eventbrite.com). Awards Laptop for1st Place and Kindle Fire for 2nd Place. The winners will be entered into the National essay contest for Cash awards: $250 for 1st place; $150 for 2nd place; and $75 for 3rd place. National winners will be announced online December 7, 2018, on the following website http://blackwomenforpositivechange.org. Please contact Karen Carrington-Washington, National Essay Contest Chair, at email@example.com, with questions.