Amnesty is nominated for a Webby!

As if one major video nod wasn’t enough, now we’ve got a second video nomination to brag about!

Our video “Words”, produced by Curious Pictures, has now been selected as a final nominee for the 14th Annual Webby Awards.

This is a huge deal and we’re truly honored to be nominated.  (Yeah, we know everyone says that!) But we’re also really serious about coming on top in this fantastic group of competitors!

But to win a Webby, we’ve got to rally support like never before!  Register on the Webby website to cast your votes before April 29th. Then, we hope you’ll help us spread these “Words” to your friends and family:

Amnesty International’s video “Words”, produced by Curious Pictures, has been nominated for a  Webby!  I already cast my vote for this awesome video, so now I hope that you’ll do the same! It’s really easy, just register, then vote.  Click here:

Thanks for voting for “Words” and spreading the word about the power of human rights!

Vote for the Power of Words!

You may remember last year when YouTube premiered our animated video “The Power of Words” on its homepage with an introduction by actor, Morgan Freeman.

Vote for 'The Power of Words' in the DoGooder Nonprofit Video Awards.

Vote for 'The Power of Words' in the DoGooder Nonprofit Video Awards.

We’re pleased to announce that this video has been nominated in this year’s DoGooder Nonprofit Video Awards!  We’ve got some stiff competition in the Best Innovation category, so please cast your votes for human rights before midnight EDT on April 7th.

Here’s how to vote:

Sign into your YouTube account (or if you don’t have one, it’s free and easy to create).  Then, on the Nonprofit Video Awards page, click on the “Vote” button and search for “Power of Words”.  To cast your vote, click the green ‘Thumbs Up’ icon below ‘The Power of Words’ video display.

Your support of human rights was our inspiration for this video. Help us ensure ‘The Power of Words’ comes out on top!  Share this video with your friends and ask them to vote too. Until the winners are announced, we’ll be keeping our fingers crossed!