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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.

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James Clemens High School from Madsion, Alabama with their entry entitled “How Well Do You Know Your Friends”.

The announcement was made at Major League Baseball’s All-Star Fan Fest by (r-l) Kinder Vision National Spokesperson and Baseball Hall of Fame Member Rollie Fingers.

The Campbell video production class’s video was named the best in the Atlanta Braves area, and the team placed 8th out of the 30 professional baseball franchise areas for its video, “The Transaction,” that portrayed how runaways become easy targets to become victims of human trafficking.

Watson said the students were initially hesitant to tackle the subject of sex trafficking, but they became more passionate about the issue when they discovered Atlanta is one of the largest sex trafficking hubs in the country.

As winners of the Atlanta Braves’ region, Campbell’s video production class’s video is now distributed across the country as a teaching tool to help increase awareness of the dangers of sex trafficking.

“They’re part of the best of the best DVD,” Watson said.

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“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.