Family Film Screening: Microplastic Madness
Due to the coronavirus, please call to ensure this event is still happening before you leave home.
Film Viewing Period (Online): April 3—April 11 Live Discussion & Workshop (Online): Sunday, April 11, 2 PM EDT
Don’t miss Japan Society's family film screening of award-winning documentary Microplastic Madness, a unique story following the journey of fifth grade students in Brooklyn as they learn about the effects of plastic waste and become active participants in the fight to save their environment! Through this inspiring film, families with kids of all ages can learn to take on the roles of citizen scientists, community leaders, and advocates for sustainable change. On April 11, join a special live online Q&A workshop for young audiences with directors and activists, Atsuko Quirk and Debby Lee Cohen, as they discuss the sustainability efforts in the U.S. & Japan, and how the youth from both countries can come together and enact change!
**Don't forget to register separately for the Film Screening and the Family Workshop. Register for both events at our website.
Venue: Japan Society
333 East 47th Street
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