Chris Brown

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2007

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Chris Long

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2007

Fellows hosted a language fair for six Dine Reservation elementary schools to inspire pride and ownership over the Navajo language in young Native-American students.

Chris Ramos

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2007

Pomona College Fellows worked with their campus administration to develop a timeline for achieving carbon neutrality. They established an academic-activist entity that gave students loans to do individual research projects and awareness-raising events on sustainability.

Chris Rice

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2007

2007 YP4 Fellows at Oberlin College hosted a conference to provide training and networking opportunities for young progressive leaders in Ohio, allowing them to develop shared strategies to mobilize young voters in 2008.

Christine Hooyman

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2007

The Fellows at American University created the DC Consortium. Similar to a think tank in structure, DC Consortium allowed both activism and policy to be produced and publicized in the shcool community. The goals of the DC Consortium were fivefold: to publish and promote progressive and reliable policy research; give university students the resources and network they needed to investigate policy issues that interested them; meet professionals working on the front-line of said policy research; incubate the dynamic ideas and discussions put forth by students; and to ensure youth’s voices were heard and acknowledged by international and domestic policymakers at all levels of governance.

Christine Lenihan

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2007

During Earth Week, Nekpen Osuan, Christine Lenihan and Sara Sommers hosted a plethora of events over the course of a week on campus to build momentum for their drive to increase recycling on campus and an overall promotion of environmentally-conscious living. Among the activities organized, a local energy company held a presentation on alternative energy options for utilities; the Fellows hosted the Christian Life Commission, who educated students on faith-based approaches to environmental justice and protection; and more. The Fellows implemented other unique tactics during the week, such as handing out tire gauges to help folks get better gas mileage on cars and reduce effects of climate change, in order to encourage people to think creatively about sustainable energy.

Christine O’Connell

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2007

2007 Stanford University Fellows worked with their campus administration to craft an institution-wide commitment to reduce emissions and become a leader in addressing climate change.

Christine Palmer

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2007

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Chuck Means

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2007

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Clarissa Dass

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2007

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