The Econ4 network of teachers, professors, practitioners, students and others are working to shift how economics is understood, taught and practiced.
We’re now launching a video contest to crowdsource as many short, 3 minute videos about “Greed” as possible. We will distribute many of these across our network and beyond.
The contest is patterned after the New Yorker cartoon contest where the magazine provides the cartoon itself and contestants supply text/punch lines. In our case, we’ve selected four video clips and ask contestants to produce 3-minute videos by remixing one or more of these four — and adding original text, graphics, sound and pretty much anything else.
The contest runs until February 1, 2016. There are four $500 prizes to be awarded to the funniest, most creative, most inspiring and best overall video.
We invite all of you who are FIXCapitalism participants and fans to submit entries. We also encourage you to share this announcement as widely as possible with others who might be interested: students, teachers, film makers, journalists, web designers, artists, musicians, activists, not-for-profit folks, union members, baristas, financial analysts – anyone and everyone who have a point of view on greed they wish to share.
Jim Boyce and Doug Smith,
co-founders of Econ4
One thought on “CALL FOR ENTRIES: Greed! A Video Contest from Econ4”
to be ANTI-CAPITALIST means to UNDERSTAND CAPITAL
understanding moves thought beyond wish lists and moral argument
Quote from ‘Capitalism No Future':-
‘we shall now see why profit is not rip-off, not buying cheap and selling dear, not greed and not a conspiracy.’
The information within ‘Capitalism No Future’ is for the working class.
All the best,