Project Holding HIV/AIDS Writing Contest for Youth
October 11, 2007
Young people ages 14 to 22 are invited to take part in a national story-writing contest sponsored by the Hear Me Project. Submissions may be fiction or non-fiction but must concern personal vulnerability to HIV/AIDS and involve characters affected by the disease. A panel of celebrities will judge the entries, which must be no longer than five pages. The deadline is World AIDS Day, Dec. 1. For more information, visit www.hearmeproject.org.
Windy City Times (Chicago)
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