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Mary Ellen Hannibal

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    Fighting Climate Change with Feeling

    The 2022 Redford Center Stories film challenge winners believe emotions are the key to get people excited about the environment.

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    Bringing Activism Home to Roost

    Middle school filmmaker spotlights the plight of birds in his home state.

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    Youth Activists Push Schools’ Retirement Fund to Divest

    Redford Center Stories highest distinction film focuses on the financial side of fighting climate change.

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    To the Passionate Youth: Why Wait?

    Eloise Sent’s Redford Center Stories film entry says that young people can change the world right now—so don’t wait.

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    “Even Little Things” Add Up to Justice

    Redford Center Stories Highest Distinction prizewinner highlights how small actions can have big impacts.

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    How to Take Back the Power to Change the World

    Redford Center Stories Grand Prize-winning film spotlights ways even a tiny ripple can change the narrative.

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    Film Contest Gives Young Environmental Activists a Voice

    Middle schoolers Annabelle VanderMarck and Piper Lasater won the Nautilus Science Prize in the Redford Center Stories film contest.

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    How Surprising Connections Can Save the Ocean

    Marine biologist Heather Koldewey on conservation, seahorses, and the importance of cross-discipline work.

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    The Problem in the Lab

    A new film shines a light on the discrimination women often face in science practice.

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    3-D Printed Statues in Central Park Shine a Light on Women Scientists

    The pop-up sampling is part of a larger exhibit of 120 depictions of women scientists.