Bell County, KY School District children, grades 3-12, are invited to participate in the first ever Cleudis Robbins Memorial Storytelling Contest, culminating October 4, 2013. The contest has been established by the family of Cleudis Robbins, an honored and beloved son of Bell County who recently passed away, to celebrate both his life and the Appalachian [.]
The 2019 World Press Photo Contest nominees are 43 photographers from 25 countries, whose works have been selected among nearly 80,000 entries from around the globe. Along with the nominees of the 62nd annual Photo Contest, the nominees of the 9th digital storytelling contest have also been announced.
World Press Photo Story of the Year Nominees "The [World Press Photo] Story of the Year allowed us to have more nuanced photography that had more breathing room and space to be a little bit more thoughtful and careful in the way we tell stories," says Paul Moakley, deputy director of Photography and Visual Enterprise at Time Magazine, United States and 2019 photo contest jury member.
Trump reportedly taking broad look at veterans convicted of battlefield crimes President Donald Trump has granted a full pardon to a former US Army officer convicted of the 2009 murder of an Iraqi detainee. Michael Behenna, 35, a former lieutenant in the 101st Airborne Division from Oklahoma, was released from prison in 2014 after serving five years in jail.
Like many relatives and guardians, Clark is extremely concerned about plans announced by the state last week to close.
The Smithsonian’s National Museum of the American Indian just announced the winner of the international design contest to create its new monument. The National Native American Veterans Memorial.
Submit your story map to win the $5,000 grand prize for a storytelling project in your community and the title of StoryMapper of the Year. Winners will be featured on esri.com and announced by Esri CEO Jack Dangermond on GIS Day (November 13, 2019).
‘I was super excited:’ Fort Bragg students win state video contest Angela Porritt is a graduate student pursuing a Master’s degree in Teaching from kansas state university. Her husband is CW2 Timothy James Porritt of the U.S. Army. Fort Rucker, Alabama. Callie Beasley is a graduate student pursuing a Doctorate degree in Physical Therapy from Duke University. Her husband is 2LT Scott Beasley of the U.S. Army.Poll: VA the least-liked federal agency — FCW FCW: The business of federal technology. Poll: VA the least-liked federal agency. 14. May 2019. Americans like the Post Office, NASA and the Secret Service, but aren’t thrilled by the Department of Veterans Affairs, the environmental protection agency and the Food and Drug Administration..Memorial Day ceremony preview 2017 memorial day ceremonies. National Cemetery Administration will host Memorial Day ceremonies at VA national cemeteries across the country with the help of local communities. Each cemetery and community will add their own special touch of patriotism and "thanks" during the events.Injured Veterans Train to Compete in 2019 Warrior Games Remains of unclaimed WWI veterans laid to rest in Roseburg Forgotten No Longer Why the Cremated Remains of 28 World War I and II Veterans were Forgotten for Decades, and How Their Memories Were Rescued and Finally Laid to Rest Army National Guardsmen.Participants of the North Central CARE Event are slated to compete in the Paralympic-style event at scott aug. 19 and will go to Aug. 23, 2019. "’We CARE stands for caregivers adaptive sports resilience and Recovery and Empowering Employment transitioning for wounded veterans," said Master Sgt.
The Veterans Storytelling Project, a program from The Brookfield Institute , uses trained volunteers to help veterans tell their stories, a proven method for reducing PTSD while helping family members, friends and neighbors understand their loved ones better. This story, by Vietnam veteran John Sacco, launched the project.
Some franchisors take their support for veterans to the next level. In April, Yellow Dawg Striping announced its Operation Stripes for. training and $27,500 in working capital for its top winner.
We’re excited to present to you the winners of the 2019 Photo Contest and 2019 Digital Storytelling Contest. Since 1955 the World Press Photo Contest has recognized professional photographers for the best pictures contributing to the past year of visual journalism.