Quick Flick challenge for SD43 students

High school students in School District 43 are invited to create a short video this month for the Tri-Cities chapter of Amnesty International.

High school students in School District 43 are invited to create a short video this month for the Tri-Cities chapter of Amnesty International.

Filmmakers ages 16 to 18 can roll for the inaugural Quick Flick Challenge for Human Rights — starting Friday, April 12 — to produce a three-minute movie that encourages viewers to think about human rights around the world.

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The winner will be named April 24 and more than $700 in prize money is up for grabs.

To register, go to humanrightspark.org/quickflick

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