According to EdVenture Partners, college students are being paid to create DHS propaganda videos, games and much more.
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.
DHS and the University of Maryland's (UMD) want students to become participants in their 'It Takes Just One' propaganda movement.
"They want to teach you how to recognize the signs of radicalizatio...
By action, they mean report them to law enforcement and ultimately Fusion Centers.
The game also claims, they will harm themselves or others unless they're dealt with.
UMD's game and 'movement' are designed to keep fear alive and report people based on their ideology.
UMD claims, people should share their stories (report) as in 'See Something, Say Something' "even if it is not specific to countering violent extremism." You know, so law enforcement can target innocent people.
DHS and colleges working together to create propaganda and encourage people to spy on everyone is a mirror image of nationalism and communism (Click here & here, to see how they took over education.)