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The main event, the Great Youth Debate, will be held on Saturday, November 16, 2013 from 10:00 a.m.-2:00 p.m. in Cincinnati’s City Council Chambers. The reception will be held in room 312 (around the corner from Council Chambers), directly following the debate. This program is funded in part by the Stephen H. Wilder Foundation and the City of Cincinnati.

The Great Youth Debate

This year’s Great Youth Debate theme is 'Teen Life: What We Don't Say!' The debate topics are Bullying, Peer Pressure, and the Influence of Pop Music on Millennials.

Registration forms are due on October 1, 2013 and they can be scanned as an attachment to jaime(dot)bryant(at)cincinnati-oh(dot)gov faxed to (513) 352-2496, or delivered in person to City Hall’s room 158. Contact person is Jaime Bryant, CHRC Youth Services Coordinator.

Visit our website, http://www.chrc.us for detailed information and registration form.

This year’s Great Youth Debate theme is “Teen Life: What We Don't Say!” The debate topics are Bullying, Peer Pressure, and the Influence of Pop Music on Millennials. There will be four Greater Cincinnati high school students per team. Ultimately, they will argue either from an affirmative position or an opposing position. The practices will be held at City Hall, room 115, from 10:00 a.m.-1:00 p.m. (promptly) on October 5th, October 12th, October 19th, October 26th, November 2nd, and November 9th.

The trainers are Myron Rivers and Ketan Suri.

The prizes are as follows: 1st Place- $400 and trophies; 2nd place- $300; and 3rd place- $200.

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