MLK Day 2016

A Social Media Photo Contest Celebrating Diversity & Inclusion

 

 

This Is What #DiversityLooksLike

 

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“An individual has not started living until he can rise above the narrow confines of his individualistic concerns to the broader concerns of all humanity.” – Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.

 

#MLKDayNYUL

 

Goal:

• Encourage people to embrace diversity, inclusion, equality and cultural awareness through real life visuals.
• Spark community awareness.

 

Social Media Hashtag(s): #DiversityLooksLike #MLKDayNYUL

 

Post Content:

This year we would like to collaborate with the community to celebrate The Reverend Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. with an Instagram photo challenge that encourages importance of diversity, inclusion, and cultural awareness. The photo challenge will bring awareness to Dr. King’s dream of promoting diversity, inclusion, and equality. We encourage everyone to participate no matter your age, sexual orientation, race or class. We’re challenging you to post a photo to Instagram that encompasses diversity, inclusion, or cultural awareness. This photo can be from work, school, community, family, church, etc. Please exclude stock photos or Google images. We then ask that you post one thing that you have learned or appreciate about the photo. How can this photo help change the perspective on society? The challenge ends Monday, January 18th at midnight. We will highlight the favorites and announce the winner through our website www.nyul.org on Tuesday, January 19, 2016. The winner of #MLKDayNYUL will receive a $100 Amex gift card.

 

Instructions:
Step 1

Follow us on Instagram @nyulharlem

 

 

Step 2

Post a photo to your Instagram account that shows what diversity, inclusion or cultural awareness looks like (avoid stock photos & Google images). Tell us why your photo can help change the perception on society.

 

 

Step 3

Tag @nyulharlem and use hashtags: #DiversityLooksLike & #MLKDayNYUL

 

 

Tell a friend, include your coworkers and share with your family. Stay connected with the New York Urban League; we look forward to more social media contests and challenges in 2016 that are all about #EmpoweringCommunities & #ChangingLives

 

“An individual has not started living until he can rise above the narrow confines of his individualistic concerns to the broader concerns of all humanity.” – Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.

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