In April, U.S. Senator Tim Kaine launched the “Everybody’s the Graduation Speaker” video contest. With many in-person graduations postponed or canceled due to the coronavirus, Kaine encouraged Virginia’s graduating high school seniors to submit a video of an original speech they would like to give at graduation.

Cameron, a student from James W. Robinson Secondary School in Fairfax, submitted a video of an original speech she would have liked to give at graduation as part of Senator Kaine’s “Everybody’s the Graduation Speaker” contest, and Kaine selected the speech to feature on his Facebook page and Senate website today.

Watch Cameron's graduation speech below!

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