Dreams of being the eye behind the camera are finally a reality for 17-year-old Chris Enciso.
Spectrum News – August 13, 2021
Locally and at the federal level, people are trying to do something about a spike in gun violence. In DC many were especially spurred to take action after the shooting death…
WJLA.com – July 22, 2021
A new summer program is designed to slow the surge in gun violence in the District. It’s called “Don’t Shoot Guns, Shoot Cameras” and teaches teens the fundamentals of …
NBCWashington.com – July 22, 2021
A program in D.C. focused on keeping underserved youth away from violence has expanded to the Los Angeles area of California this year.
WTOP News – July 22, 2021
The US capital Washington suffers from an extremely high murder rate. More and more perpetrators are young people. Actor Rodney Grant wants to help the kids by arming them with a camera instead of a gun.
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Welt.de – April 11, 2021
Gun violence has come to the national forefront after mass shootings in Atlanta, Georgia and Boulder, Colorado. With children growing up being exposed to guns and violence, a program in Washington D.C. has been created to give kids a different view.
BNC News – March 29, 2021
“Don’t Shoot Guns, Shoot Cameras,” a program based in Washington, D.C., teaches underserved youth camera skills to keep them away from gang violence. Ben Tracy reports.
CBSNews.com – March 21, 2021
Far too often in Washington DC, we see gun violence happening over and over. Look no further than five days ago in Southwest Washington DC as police investigated a ….
TheDMVDaily.com – March 09, 2021
Many professional journalists will tell you they grew up seeing their parents absorbed in the pages of newspapers…
WashingtonPost.com – March 3, 2021
Comedian Red Grant and The Hustlers Guild founder Yasmin Salina discuss ‘Don’t Shoot Guns, Shoot Cameras: 5-day Filmmakers Camp’ on Good Day DC.
Fox5DC.com – August 17, 2020
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