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CNUSD Students Advance to National History Day
CNUSD Students Advance to National History Day Competition
Posted on 05/13/2021
CNUSD Students Advance to National History Day Competition 2021

NORCO - Five CNUSD Students have advanced to the National History Day Competition, with another 3 receiving special awards. From communication techniques, jazz diplomacy, Sesame Street, to Japanese-American History and Social Justice; our students' 
knowledge of history were shining at the state leg (NHD-CA) of the competition. 

These wonderful students will represent CNUSD at the National History Day Competition. See below for the full list of students and their projects.


Advancing to National NHD Competition


Project: C is For Communication: How Sesame Street Revolutionized Children's Television and Early Education
Entry Division/Category: Junior Group Documentary
Students: Danni Brasher, Chloe Chun
School: Clara Barton Elementary School

Project: The Fake News Pioneers: How Two Men Convinced America to Overthrow the Government of Guatemala
Entry Division/Category: Junior Historical Paper
Student: Aiden Kim
School: Lincoln Fundamental Elementary School

Project: Ba-Goshi A-Kha Be Ah-Nah: Unbreakable Communication - Using a Forbidden Language in War
Entry Division/Category: Junior Individual Documentary
Student: Vivianna Tang
School: El Cerrito Middle School

Project: Propaganda Leaflets: A Tool of Communication Shaping Public Opinion and Division of the Two Koreas
Entry Division/Category: Junior Individual Exhibit
Student: Emily Shin
School: Corona Fundamental Intermediate School

Project: Jazz Diplomacy: A Dissonant Message of Racial Harmony During the Cold War of Words
Entry Division/Category: Senior Historical Paper 
Student: Aisha Randhawa
School: Corona High School


Special Awards


Japanese American Museum - Japanese American History
Project: Masking the Truth: What Visual Japanese-American Internment Camp Propaganda Communicated
Entry Division/Category: Senior Individual Documentary
Student: Lauren Kim
School: Eleanor Roosevelt High School

San Francisco Naval Commandry - Naval Order of the United States San Francisco Commandery
Project: Ba-Goshi A-Kha Be Ah-Nah: Unbreakable Communication - Using a Forbidden Language in War 
Entry Division/Category: Junior Individual Documentary 
Student: Vivianna Tang
School: El Cerrito Middle School

California Council for Social Studies - Social Justice and Diversity
Project: “Lost Friends” and “Information Wanted” Ads: Communicating the Heart-Breaking Stories of Family Separation Caused by Slavery
Entry Division/Category: Junior Individual Exhibit
Student: Tori McBride
School: El Cerrito Middle School
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