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(New York, NY October 26, 2021) Odyssey Impact is proud to announce the 10 finalists and grand prize winner who will all have their films showcased in the Justice Film Festival in New York City in Spring 2022. All finalists will receive $1,000.00 in cash prizes, with the grand prize winner receiving an additional $1,000.00 in matching funds from MTV Entertainment Group, and the top five finalists will receive a year-long mentorship with a veteran film industry professional.

Inclusion is worth fighting for! Establishing and maintaining an inclusive workplace is an ongoing task, but any improvement in inclusion will inevitably improve the work-life for all involved. For example, Odyssey Impact began instituting Mental Health Mondays to help those struggling with their mental health during the pandemic. These days have been a wonderful benefit for all, which have now become a permanent fixture at Odyssey Impact.

Inclusion is worth fighting for! Establishing and maintaining an inclusive workplace is an ongoing task, but any improvement in inclusion will inevitably improve the work-life for all involved. For example, Odyssey Impact began instituting Mental Health Mondays to help those struggling with their mental health during the pandemic. These days have been a wonderful benefit for all, which have now become a permanent fixture at Odyssey Impact.

(RNS) — The isolation of 2020 and 2021 compounded many traumas of Americans’ private and social lives. As communities of faith reopen their doors, faith leaders can see the toll that this pandemic has taken. In the polite social interactions or prayer requests, leaders are squarely facing a litany of losses due to illness, financial insecurity and political distrust. People of faith are still processing the other epidemics of police brutality and systemic racism.

As the centennial of the Tulsa Race Massacre arrives on Monday (May 31), the nation is being forced to look at a past filled with racial violence. But while many will look at the racial terrorism wrought for two days on Black residents of the city, it becomes easy to overlook the center point of Tulsa’s Greenwood District: a vibrant area of Black-owned businesses run by residents who were in the process of building wealth and a community for their families to inherit.

Odyssey Impact ® partners with REFORM Alliance for the 2021 Youth and Criminal Justice Forum -- a transparent, roundtable discussion that will provide a select group of Gen-Z'ers the unique opportunity to speak directly to the social changemakers working to reform the American criminal legal system. The panel will be moderated by Rev. Dr. Brianna Parker, Founder of the Black Millennial Cafe, and will feature prominent activists and influencers, including Pete Monsanto Jr., star of Run For His L

Odyssey Impact ® partners with REFORM Alliance for the 2021 Youth and Criminal Justice Forum -- a transparent, roundtable discussion that will provide a select group of Gen-Z'ers the unique opportunity to speak directly to the social changemakers working to reform the American criminal legal system. The panel will be moderated by Rev. Dr. Brianna Parker, Founder of the Black Millennial Cafe, and will feature prominent activists and influencers, including Pete Monsanto Jr., star of Run For His L

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