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Dellwood Video Goes Viral, Impresses Community

brought tears to my eyes, gave me goose bumps, very powerful, well-done, moving, amazing, heartbreaking, talented students with a unified voice, proud of our young people, touched my soul and left me in tears.

These were just a few comments from people who were very impressed with the & # 39; 19459004 & # 39; SOS Save Our Sons & # 39; video produced by the Dellwood Middle School M3 drama team, which was officially released on Thursday as part of their stop the violence campaign.

 Dellwood SOS Save Our Sons Bermuda March 1, 2018

Since the release of the video, it has reached a number of 35,000 views of various Facebook YouTube and Twitter accounts, meaning that statistically speaking, the video playback amounted to more than 50% of the population of the island in the first 48 hours of release, which is a very impressive range.

Widely shared by Bermudians, the video has also been praised and shared by overseas people who said the message also applies to their own community, with shares and comments viewed by people from the United States, the Caribbean area and the United Kingdom.

The video was arranged and directed by Dellwood Middle School Theater & Drama Teacher Nishanthi Bailey, and the video production and editing was done by Lamone Woods or Crimson Multimedia, while the audio recording was done Jason "Jugglin J" Ford.

The talented students who are part of the Dellwood Middle School M3 Drama TEAM [Taking Edutainment Above Mediocrity] are Te & # 39; syah-Mahlé Astwood, Keanu Ball Severin, Zanai & # 39; A Bascome, Nyindae Berry-Hollis, Jahni Darrell, Camajé Easton-Smith, Makai Furbert, Nanami Ingram, Elijah Samuels, Kimahaya Smith, Anthony Sousa, Njeri Thomas and Nyoaki Williams.

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