Call for Participatory Budgeting videos
You have a chance to decide how to spend $1 million to improve your neighborhood. What do you want?
Tell us in a video. The deadline is November 21.
Participatory Budgeting is a new and different way to make decisions about publically funded infrastructure projects in your neighborhood.
Four city council districts are participating this year: Melissa Mark Viverito, District 8; Brad Lander, District 39; Jumaane Williams, District 45; Eric Ulrich, District 32.
If you or someone you know has ideas about things to build or repair in these districts - make a
video and let us know! All eligible ideas submitted by November 21 will be considered.
Read and follow the rules
- Create a 30 second to 3 minute video about how you would spend $1 million to improve infrastructure in one of the four districts
- Upload your video to YouTube and tag it pbnyc (very important to tag it!)
- Send an email to pb [at] artsanddemocracy [dot] org with your contact info, the name of the video that you uploaded and tagged, and a link to the video. Everyone who uploads a video will be entered into a raffle for a Flip video camera, so make sure to send us your info!
- Submit your video by November 21
Video Workshop to Help You Out
November 7 from 6:30 – 8:30 pm at BRIC Community Media Center, 232 Third Street in Gowanus, Brooklyn at the Old American Can Factory.
RSVP required rsvp [at] artsanddemocracy [dot] org (space is limited, first come first served)
For more information about Participatory Budgeting: http://pbnyc.org
For more information about this call for videos: pb [at] artsanddemocracy [dot] org