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Microplastic Madness, our feature documentary starring 56 inspiring fifth graders from PS 15 in Red Hook, Brooklyn, is more than a movie. It's a springboard for youth-led plastic free action! Help us to grow this timely and urgently needed campaign by donating today (link in bio). □□□□□ Educators and organizations across the U.S. are signing up to host screenings in 2020. Inspired by the kids in the movie, New York City schools are gearing up for plastic free lunch days. With your donation, we can continue to share this movie for free with all under-resourced schools, complete our free educational toolkit, and grow this urgently needed youth-led movement for a plastic free future! Please donate today. And if you can’t donate □, help us by reposting and donating your frequent flyer miles □✈️so these inspiring youth can attend screenings outside of NYC! @coloradoenvironmentalfilmfest @sustainabilitytc @rozaliaproject @zealousobserver @beyondplasticsbennington @cinemaverde @baicff @antiguagreenschool @nycschoolsustainability @nyczerowaste @ps15redhook #plasticfree #plasticfreelunch #microplastics #microplasticmadness #youth #youthinaction #redhookbrooklyn #documentary #community #heroes #youth #activism #sustainableliving
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