The Beverly Hills Human Relations Commission begins taking submissions Monday for its anti-bullying video contest.
The winners will be formally recognized at a City Council meeting, receive an Embrace Civility Award from the commission and a framed proclamation from the mayor and council. Videos, which must not exceed 90 seconds, may be aired on the city's website and other municipal media.
"Entries will be judged on creativity, educational value and message effectiveness," according to the city's website.
The contest has three divisions:
- Students grades 4-8
- Students grades 9-12
- Adults 18 and above
Click here for more information and to enter the contest.