Texas Holocaust and Genocide Commission Awareness - Education - Inspiration

THGC Video Contest

Each year, the Texas Holocaust and Genocide Commission runs a video contest open to all Texas students.  Submitted videos must be one to two-and-a-half minutes long and focus on a theme.  Guidelines for the 2016 contest will be available on this page soon, with entries due by February 15, 2016.

Contest Results

Congratulations to the winners of this year's video contest!  We received submissions from hundreds of students throughout the state and are proud of the work done by all applicants under the theme, "Creating a More Just World."  See our full list of all winners in the grades 6-8 and grades 9-12 categories.

Here are the videos from the gold prize winners in our grades 6-8 and 9-12 categories:

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By Kendrick Lemmond and Kassandra Sawin
Drippings Springs Middle School (Teacher: Lori Rill)

 

Erasing Injustice
By Ivana Hsyung, Michelle Nguyen, Maxwell Singleton, and Evelyn Wattenbarger
TH Rogers Middle School (Teacher: Emil Augustin)

 
 
Let Your Voice Be Heard: Creating a More Just World
By Emma Davis, Arantxa Munoz, Anna Singleton, Marcella Todd, and Emma Westbrook
El Paso High School (Teacher: Brandy Blanco-Acosta)
 

 

Think
By Skylar Anderson, Sarah Bates, Parker Brown, Elliott Conely, Katila Dias, Zoe Doyle, Kasedi Eason, Yassmin Falahat, Chloee Houston, Jonathan Huntington, Shehrazad Irani, Geneva Lacy, George Larach, Nicholas Lomax, Audrey Moffet, Adalee Orellana, Damilola Oyadrian, Enrico Pamatigan, Marc Peniche, Juliet Philpott, and Mesi Willson
St. Stephen's Episcopal School (Teacher: Anita Long)