Don’t Shoot Guns Shoot Cameras Film Camp Founder Rodney “Red” Grant speaks with Sharon Reed and Mike Hill on BNC News about the importance of this program to youth and communities.
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.
After that tragic event took place Rodney “Red” Grant began “Don’t Shoot Guns, Shoot Cameras”. The program is hosted by Grant and former NBA player Matt Barnes for one week.
Congresswoman Alma Adams (NC-12) announced the companies joining the Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCU) Partnership Challenge during the fourth annual HBCU STEAM Day of Action, The Hustlers Guild named.
The title of the “Don’t Shoot Guns, Shoot Cameras” program speaks to its main goal: to give young people an alternative to violence.
A group of teens got the opportunity of a lifetime when NBA superstar Matt Barnes appeared in a virtual chat room to offer advice to the next generation.