Youth Unstoppable: The Rise of the Global Youth Climate Movement
FREE FILM SCREENING AND DISCUSSION
Tuesday, February 4, 2020
7–9:15 p.m. (film run time 86 minutes)
Marquee Theater, Union South
Doors open at 6:30 p.m. Tickets will be issued on a first-come, first-served basis that evening.
Join the Nelson Institute and its partners for a viewing and discussion of the film, Youth Unstoppable. This film goes inside the rise of the Global Youth Climate Movement showcasing the ways in which youth are contributing to the conversation around climate change action.
Directed by Slater Jewell-Kemker, who was 15 when she began documenting the untold stories of youth on the front lines of climate change, this film premiered at Michael Moore's invite only Traverse City Film Festival in 2018 and has gone on to win thirteen awards.
Join us for this powerful film that will be followed by a discussion panel including:
- Paul Robbins, Dean, Nelson Institute for Environmental Studies
- Leaders from the Youth Climate Action Team (YCAT):
- Max Prestigiacomo, Founder and Organizer
- Stephanie Salgado, Founder and Executive Director; Member, Governor’s Task Force on Climate Crisis
- Ayanna Lee, Executive Director – State Lead
Thanks to the generosity of sponsors like the Bradshaw-Knight Foundation/James and Renee Knight, all of our Tales from Planet Earth events are free.
If you attend Youth Unstoppable and like what you see, please consider making a gift in support of future free, public film screening events. Gifts in all amounts are needed and appreciated.