Hoboken High School commemorates ‘Go Red for Women’

HOBOKEN — Students and faculty at Hoboken High School (HHS) participated in a Go Red for Women health campaign, sponsored by the American Heart Association, the HHS Hispanic Culture Club, HHS Student Council, HHS Class of 2014, and the audio/video department, according to a release.
Go Red for Women is a movement started by the AHA in 2004 to increase awareness of heart disease in women.
The students created a music video entitled “Hoboken High School goes Red,” which will be aired on Hoboken Channel 77 in the coming weeks.
The video, created under the direction of Doug MacAulay, a video production teacher, Christopher Munoz, a History teacher, and Edward Barfield, an English teacher, will also appear on YouTube and the American Heart Association website.
“This was a way to heighten awareness for the students and promote a healthy lifestyle while having some fun with it as well,” Munoz said in a release.
– Ray Smith

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