Today I’m excited to bring you a potential money-earning opp that can also help you celebrate Martin Luther King, Jr. Day!
The NAACP in Indiana County, Pennsylvania is hosting a free virtual event on Saturday, January 16, 2021 at 11a.
At the event, you’ll be able to enjoy spoken word performances, reflections of Dr. King, a performance by the Indiana Community Children’s Choir, and special guest artist Tieshay Cheryl.
What’s this about $500?
Part of the event is a spoken word contest. The top four finalists will perform at the event virtually on Saturday. The grand prize for this contest is $500 for one winner.
To enter the contest, you’ll need to submit a 90-second video across any of the following categories:
- Spoken word.
- Interpretive dance.
- Contemporary or pop music.
- Theatrical skit.
Your video should focus on the event’s theme, which is Equality, Action, Acceptance, Progress. Performances must be culturally, educationally and entertainingly expressed for a diverse audience.
Do I have to live in Pennsylvania to enter?
No. The beautiful thing about this event being virtual is that entries can be accepted from anywhere.
That, and remote events keep you and your community safe during the pandemic.
What’s the deadline?
The deadline submission has been extended. Your submission must be received by January 14, 2021.
Don’t be confused if you see printed materials with other dates. The deadline has been extended, even if some of the printed materials haven’t been updated.
How do I enter?
Can I attend the event if I don’t enter the competition?
Yes! The event is free and open to anyone. You just have to register by January 14, 2021 to get access to the Zoom link.
The event is free, and donations are appreciated. You can donate whether you’re able to attend the event or not via $naacppa on CashApp.