Kinder

IMPACT Early College High School student Adam Kinder won second place at National History Day for his documentary film “To Hell and Back,” and the film was selected for the Smithsonian Documentary Showcase. 

IMPACT Early College High School student Adam Kinder recently placed second in the Senior Individual Documentary Film category at the virtual National History Day, and his film “To Hell and Back” also received recognition from the National Museum of African American History and Culture.

Adam’s video was one of 35 documentaries produced by middle and high school students to be featured in an online showcase via the Smithsonian Learning Lab at s.si.edu/NHDShowcase202. Each 10-minute film was screened and selected by the NMAAHC and reflects the 2020 National History Day theme Breaking Barriers in History.

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