Young people are a huge sector of US society, whose voices are largely ignored by those who set the policies and make the laws. According to the 2010 U.S. Census, there were 40,717,537 youth age 10-19 in the United States – that’s 14% of the total U.S. population. As one participant put it, “It’s important that adults understand that we are being affected by the decisions that are made for our country.” And young people across the country certainly are […]
The IHTD Curriculum has been updated for 2013, and it is now available both here, and on our Resources page! This curriculum walks youth facilitators, organizers, and teachers through activities that will help groups of young people start thinking about the issues they want to address in their videos.
Launching 6/13/2012! Expect regular updates available here, on Facebook, and on Twitter! We are now accepting video submissions for IHTD 2013. But don’t worry – you have 7 months before they are due! In the meantime, have a look through this site, and contact us with any questions.
Hi there! The American Friends Service Committee and National Priorities Project are proud to present “If I Had A Trillion Dollars”, or IHTD, a national youth video contest and annual film festival. Here, you will find everything you need to know about previous festivals, and how to enter a video for IHTD 2013!