StudentCam is C-SPAN's annual national video documentary competition that encourages students to think critically about issues that affect our communities and our nation. This year students were asked to create a 5-6 minute long video exploring the issue they most want the president and new Congress to address in 2021.
12th grade students Arlette Mendez Joaquin, Divina Moreno & Natalia Chevez Molina from Skyline Middle College in San Bruno, California won Honorable Mention for their documentary, "The Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women Epidemic." The trio will receive $250 in prize money for their win.
C-SPAN is funded by America’s cable and satellite television companies, who also support StudentCam. In San Bruno, C-SPAN is available locally through San Bruno Cable.
- Press Release: San Bruno Students Win Prize in C-SPAN Video Documentary Competition (Google Doc)
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- Certificate: C-SPAN Founder Brian Lamb and co-President Susan Swain present the team with a Certificate of Special Recognition (JPEG)