QUOTE: “We will
remember not the words of our enemies, but the silence of our friends.” -Rev. Dr.
Martin Luther King, Jr
The musicians or musical contributors must have been in High school, Middle school, or Elementary school during the school year 2019. This is a state wide Song/Music competition and thus accepts music from anywhere in the state provided you were in grades 1 through 12 when you created the piece. DEADLINE FOR ENTRIES: Entries for the 2020 YWCA
Project on Racism Song/Music Contest must be submitted on or before November
1st, 2019.ELIGIBILITY: Students must submit entries as required on the entry form to be eligible. Entries received after the deadline set forth in these terms are ineligible, null, and void.HOW TO ENTER: Create a song or musical
piece of three (3) minutes or less in length that is inspired by or has a theme
based on this year’s quote. The music can be created by phone, studio, or any
other recording equipment. All music, lyrics must be original. The song entered
cannot be owned in any part by a music publishing company. Categories of music accepted include:
Alternative, Blues, Children's Music, Christian, Country, EDM (Electronic Dance
Music), Folk, Instrumental, Jazz, Latin, Pop/Top 40, R&B, Hip-Hop, &
Rock. All songs must be in MP3 format. PERSONAL INFORMATION: The Contact Information Sheet must be attached in some way or the information from it must be submitted with your original work. SELECTION AND NOTIFICATION OF WINNERS: Winners will be announced before the end of December 2019. Winners will be chosen for the creativity, ingenuity,
originality, and relevance of their entry. All winners will be notified by the
email address or phone number provided on the entry form.
RULES FOR ENTRY:Entries may not contain curse words, words of aggression or violence, or words of a sexual nature. Each entry must include the following: