#VoiceOfJustice video contest is a collaboration between the Office of the Attorney General and the Kentucky Association of Sexual Assault Programs to help raise awareness of sexual assault on college campuses during April’s Sexual Assault Awareness and Prevention Month.
A panel of survivors and victim advocates selected the video “Stand with us” as the overall $500 video prizewinner. Students enrolled in Dr. Emily Bonistall Postel’s 400-level sociology course at the University of Kentucky submitted the video, and students Trent Patrick and Raenah Hawkins led the production team.
The video, “We all need to speak up,” produced by Western Kentucky University SGA and co-produced by students Sam Kirby and Student Body President Jay Todd Richey, won the $500 “Viral Video” award by receiving the most views on
Beshear’s YouTube channel.
Theme for 2017
#VoiceofJustice video contest entries should be 30-seconds and include the National Sexual Assault Hotline, 1.800.656.4673 or 1.800.656.HOPE, and increase:
Awareness of campus sexual assault, and/or;
Active bystanding to prevent sexual assault, and/or;
Reporting, investigations and prosecutions of campus sexual assault.
Video Submission Rules and Eligibility
Contest is open to all students enrolled full or part-time in a public or not-for-profit college or university, including the Kentucky Community and Technical College System, located within the Commonwealth of Kentucky.
Students who have been employed or otherwise worked in a professional capacity within the film industry are not eligible to participate.
The video must promote the contest theme.
The video aspect ratio must be 16:9 (1.78:1) and be 30 seconds.
The video must not have been submitted previously in a contest of any kind or previously exhibited or displayed publically.
The video must not contain material that promotes bigotry, racism, hatred or harm against any group or individual or promotes discrimination based on race, sex, religion, nationality, disability, sexual orientation or age.
The video content must be original and not infringe on any copyright or trademark rights.
Producers must authorize the use, reproduction, sale, copyright, exhibition, broadcast and/or other distribution of the video without limitation and release the contest sponsors from all claims of every kind based on such use.
It is the discretion of the sponsors to determine whether a video does not meet the video submission guidelines and contest rules of is otherwise objectionable, and disqualify the entry.
All participants featured in the video, except those images captured in a mass public setting or background, must completed the release form and if a participant is a minor, their parent or legal guardian has completed the release form on their behalf. The release form must be submitted as a part of the entry.
Producers must be 18 years of age or older and enrolled full/part time in a public or not-for-profit college or university located within the Commonwealth of Kentucky.
Producers must not have been charged with or convicted of a crime involving intimate partner violence and must not have not been named as a respondent to an order of protection.
uploaded together to
The video, entry form and release form must be
and shared with the executive director of Beshear's Office of Victims Advocacy Gretchen Hunt at
by 11:59 p.m. EST, April 1, 2017.
For technical questions, please contact
Office of the Attorney General|
Office of Victims Advocacy
1024 Capital Center Drive
Frankfort, KY 40601
|Kentucky Association of Sexual Assault Programs|
83 C Michael Davenport Blvd.
Frankfort, KY 40604
PO Box 4028
Frankfort, KY 40604