Brooklyn 8th grade students have been working hard behind the scenes on The Journey of Plastic Litter. They studied the issues, storyboarded their concepts, created artwork for animation, and did a fabulous job editing with charming sound effects!
As part of Cafeteria Culture's Youth Arts + Media for Trash Free Waters Program at MS246 Walt Whitman, in East Flatbush, Brooklyn, students from class 804 created a series of short documentary videos on the local and global issues of plastic marine pollution.
Watch the Journey of Plastic Litter, the first in the series, and subscribe to our YouTube Channel, CafCu Media! We will be posting new #TrashFreeWaters videos all month long. These shorts with their fresh youth-POV are not to be missed!
Get inspired then, take action for #TrashFreeWaters. Action Alert on the NYC #BYObag bill here->
Thank you for watching and sharing!
Cafeteria Culture's YOUTH ARTS + MEDIA for TRASH FREE WATERS School Program (2016) has been generously funded by the US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Region 2, Sustainable Materials Management Section, CASD. Cafeteria Culture is most appreciative of additional support via our UL Innovative Education Award (2015) and The Fund for the City of New York.