The Great American No Bull Challenge
The NO BULL Challenge is a leadership and social action program that inspires teens and young adults from around the world to say NO BULL, by taking a stand against all things hateful, through taking a leadership role and leveraging the power of filmmaking.
History of The Great No Bull Challenge
The Great American NO BULL Challenge was launched in 2011 as a leadership and social action movement. The power of filmmaking is combined with social media to inspire change amongst the youth.
NO BULL is powered by the voices of young people (ages 15-24), through short video documentaries and PSAs that students write and produce about essential issues like Bullying, Violence, Drug/Alcohol Abuse, Inequality, Suicide, Internet & Gaming Addiction, LGBT, and Obesity.
While The Great No Bull Challenge is rooted in helping to end all forms of bullying, NO BULL strives to empower young people to stand up and say NO BULL to important issues that matter the most in their school or community by using the power of filmmaking to share or tell a story.
The NO BULL experience provides young people the opportunity to develop their leadership, communication, organization, and teamwork skills, and to earn recognition, prizes, and college scholarships.