Un estudiante de Queens High School ganó el concurso de video de Con Edison por votación

El adolescente de Whitestone, David-Anthony Baez, ganó el primer premio del concurso de video “Get Out the Vote” de Con Edison en una fiesta de recepción que se llevó a cabo anoche en el Museum of the Moving Image en Astoria, Queens.

David-Anthony’s video submission, entitled “Tranquility,” depicted a teen silenced by tape over his mouth. Once the teen notices a “Vote Today” sign at school, he dramatically rips the tape off his face. The video is meant to encourage young people to become involved in their communities.

David is a student at the Academy for Careers in Television & Film in Queens. Watch a video with David here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dQerqDJv6Dk

Con Edison challenged New York City and Westchester students to create videos explaining why voting was important to them. Students from around the five boroughs of New York and Westchester responded with creative and inspiring videos on the importance of voting and civic engagement.

PHOTO CAPTION: Sean Gallagher, In-House Editor at Jacob Burns Films Center, David-Anthony Baez, Carl Goodman, Executive Director of the Museum of the Moving Image and Frances A. Resheske, senior vice president of Con Edison Public Affairs

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