Delroy Campus students Kayla Tobin and Adarnna Riley-Coleman are among the national Videos for Change competition finalists in a bid to make a social difference.
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Videos for Change is a challenge is for young people from years 7 to 12 to create a one-minute video on a social issue they feel passionate about, such as Racism, Anxiety, Depression, Homophobia and Homelessness, through a 60 minute video.
It was created in 2015 to help students to take action and feel empowered to create change in the world. It is not a traditional film competition, but considered to be "a challenge with a cause."
The completion has selected just 10 Finalist in the junior category out of hundreds of entries submitted from right across Australia and two of the videos submitted by Dubbo College Delroy Campus have been selected as a Junior Finalists in the Videos for Change competition.
"It was great to be working on something so important and engaging in class for all students. Miss Tobin said.
Voting for the People's Choice is now open. to vote for RACISM and ANXIETY in the junior category visit http://videosforchange.org/competition/2019/.