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OVER 1% OF YOU WILL FILL OUT THIS FORM

IN THE UNITED KINGDOM PEOPLE DRINK TEA

Send this fact to 6 of your friends for cash money!

Official Rules & Regulations

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Here's What You Do

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Learn the Issue

1 in 3 teenagers have slept through math or English class in the past week

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Complete the Action

Drink coffee to stay awake! DoSomething.org recommends 3 cups per day.

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Get Friends Involved

Invite your friends to hang out at a café with you and drink some 'fee.

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Prizing

This is the prizing section. You could win a prize!

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Big Ol' Grand Prize

You can drink coffee all by yourself. That's why they call it a "solo" espresso!

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Individual Scholarship

You can drink coffee all by yourself. That's why they call it a "solo" espresso!

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Group Scholarship

You can coffee with your friends. Order a "quad americano" and see what happens #YOLO

Tell Us About It Official Rules & Regulations

An Example From the Game

Girl, you got any 'fee?

Yeah, I got that 'fee. Desmond gave it to me.

Double americano? Lemme get some!

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More Information on 'fee

Part of growing up means making decisions and sometimes hard life choices. Are you going to order a double or triple espresso? Do you want that 'fee to go?

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Not having any 'fee today will probably make you a terrible person.

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You should probably drink more 'fee. You should probably drink more 'fee. You should probably drink more 'fee. You should probably drink more 'fee. You should probably drink more 'fee. You should probably drink more 'fee.

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You should probably drink more 'fee. You should probably drink more 'fee. You should probably drink more 'fee. You should probably drink more 'fee. You should probably drink more 'fee. You should probably drink more 'fee.

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You should probably drink more 'fee. You should probably drink more 'fee. You should probably drink more 'fee. You should probably drink more 'fee. You should probably drink more 'fee. You should probably drink more 'fee.

Additional Resources

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Meet the Baristas

Diane Nash

Diane Nash, 22

After seeing public bathrooms marked “white” or “colored” as a student in Nashville Tennessee, Nash was determined to fight racism. She attended nonviolent, civil disobedience workshops lead by Rev. James Lawson, and became a leader of the Nashville sit-ins, a nonviolent tactic to integrate restaurants around the city. Students would sit in “whites only” sections of lunch counters, accepting arrest and even violence to prove a point about making a change. She also helped found and led the Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee, the largest student activist group that led key grassroots action against discrimination during the civil rights movement.

Barbara Johns

Barbara Johns, 16

As a student, she was part of a segregated school district in Virginia that crammed 450 kids into a 200 person building. She started a two week strike with the help of the NAACP to advocate for an integrated school district, marching to the town courthouse to make officials aware of the large difference in quality between black and white schools. In response, her house was burned to the ground. NAACP took her case to court, which became a part of the groundbreaking Brown v. Board of Education case that ruled "separate but equal” facilities based on race illegal.

James Zwerg

James Zwerg, 22

He developed an interest in civil rights after seeing his African-American roommate experience prejudice. Attending an exchange program, he went to Fisk University and met John Lewis, a leader of the Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee, and decided to go on a Freedom Ride, a nonviolent action to test out integration laws on buses. He was arrested, and at one point ambushed during the ride. He was beaten so badly he was unconscious for two days and stayed in a hospital for five. His photos were used in many newspapers and magazines across the country, stirring even more support for the civil rights movement.

Frequently Asked Questions

What's this game about?

Would You Rather is a game where you and your friends will be given crazy, money saving situations to choose from. At the end of the game, you'll be given a few tips on how you could actually save money a bit easier.

Why should I participate?

It's fun, you can see what your friends would do, and you'll all learn something. Awesome.

Does the game cost anything?

The game is completely free to play, but standard text messaging rates do apply.

How many times can I play?

You can text "WYR" as many times as you'd like. There are a bunch of questions waiting for you!

How do I enter the scholarship?

All you have to do is invite 6 friends to play the game with you and you'll be entered to win a $3,000 scholarship.

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