Teen Voices: Public Service Campaign Contest

Winners From Across The Country Raise Awareness About Teen Pregnancy

In a national effort that got teens talking with their parents, teachers and peers about teen pregnancy, students in junior and senior high schools across the country took part in a contest to develop public service messages to raise awareness and generate action around teen pregnancy prevention. This contest is part of The More You Know About Teen Pregnancy Prevention project, a unique partnership between NBC, the Kaiser Family Foundation, and the National Campaign to Prevent Teen Pregnancy, that is working to open a national dialogue on teen pregnancy. The winners were announced on April 30,1998.


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