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“Once we realized how close to home it was, it really hit home.” The high school students treated the highly-sensitive topic in a delicate and effective way, Watson said, which helps communicate the dangers of sex trafficking to other high school and middle school students.

Kinder Vision Founder Doug Sebastian, Miami Marlins Director of Community Relations Angela Smith and Jon Warden, Kinder Vision Director of Celebrity Relations also participated in the announcement.

Chosen from hundreds of entries from high schools in twenty-one States across the county as one of twenty-five area winners, chosen as one of ten national semi-finalists and one of five national finalists, this PSA carried the largest percentage of the national vote an also won the vote of more than 150 teens from fifteen States at Major League Baseball All-Star Fan Fest in Miami.

With an emphasis on preparing the students for a career after high school graduation, Watson said the students not only learned how to handle a contentious issue in a professional manner, but they also learned teamwork and soft skills lessons.

Campbell’s winning video can be viewed on the Greatest Save’s You Tube channel.

Look for the answers to the poll every Friday right here on our website. You can wear orange shirts, nail polish, ribbons, jewelry, shoes or anything else you can think of!

“They got completely immersed in the project especially after they did some research and became aware of the problem (sex trafficking) in Atlanta,” she said.

Marietta Daily Journal · Mary Kate Mc Gowan · Nov 27, 2016 Campbell High School students R’Darius Long, Bryan Liborio, Tamaar Lee, teacher Lisa Watson, Jasmine Washington, Haradit Garcia, River Lewis and Jordan Mc Kinley celebrate winning the Atlanta Braves region of a teen victimization public service announcement contest.Follow loveisrespect on social media for information and updates to share with your friends and family.Share your thoughts and what you’ve learned about teen dating violence with everyone you know by posting on social media using the hashtags: Questions will be up every Monday during the month of February. Wear Orange Day is a national day of awareness where we encourage everyone to wear orange in honor of Teen DV Month.Dating violence is more common than many people think. And nearly half (43%) of dating college women report experiencing violent and abusive dating behaviors.Loveisrespect wants to empower young people to build healthy relationships from the ground up.“Usually I thought this was underground stuff,” he said.