According to EdVenture Partners, college students are being paid to create DHS propaganda videos, games and much more.
University students develop and execute campaigns and social media strategies against extremism that are credible,authentic, and believable to their peers and resonate within their communities in partnership with Homeland Security.
Two weeks ago, the University of Maryland won this year’s DHS competition by creating a video game and social media campaign that ‘helps’ people recognize radicalization.
Helps, doesn’t begin to describe what DHS is doing.
College students make DHS propaganda educational tool-kits, apps, etc.
Students, at twenty three universities are being paid $2,000 to make DHS propaganda “mobile apps, cultural activities, videos, campus movements, social campaigns, websites, viral videos, blogs, education tool-kits.”