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NOBODY'S GONNA FIX ANYTHING FOR US...
IT'S GOT TO BE US
                                                                Winona LaDuke

astrophysics 

As an astrophysicist or physicist, of course, you literally get to explore the multiverse, you get to create the equipment that helps explore the multiverse...and you also end up explaining everyday life to us clearly...
like what is time? 
TIME IS AN EXPRESSION OF THE MOMENT WHERE YOU CANNOT BE ANYWHERE ELSE THAN WHERE YOU ARE AND CANNOT BE DOING ANYTHING OTHER THAN WHAT YOU ARE DOING

And, as a scientist you get to say to that definition of time, Who says & why not?

Astronaut

who would make a place like this?  Joy Harjo

answer: WE DID...AND WE CAN MAKE IT BETTER FOR EVERYONE

BETTER

Ways to Travel

Futuristic City

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Places for Billions of People to Live

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Nutrition & Water

Studying

— Name, Title

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Systems for Learning

history

Earth and Space

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On This Date

WHAT IS THE TRUE DATE TODAY?
For human history, which is the effort to tell and record the stories of everything people have done since our arrival in the universe on the continent we call Africa, to be more accurate, you can add about 2 million years to today's date. If you are considering the history of Earth, you could add over 4 billion to today's date. Either way, for every person who ever lived on Earth, for every situation that ever happened, there is a story to be told. As a historian you will never run out of work, for, there are billions of stories that have not been told.

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A Young Woman Writing
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You look inside. You experiment. You explore. You do things that are different. ALLAN HOUSER

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science.technology.reading.engineering.art.math

sound

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WARREN THOMPSON

TALKS @ TU

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ISABEL WILKERSON

ALICE JACKSON

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ABOUT ME

4929 is the Teen/PostTeen Guide to the Future.

FRIDAY YOUNG FILMMAKERS SERIES

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GREENWOOD FILM FESTIVAL
NORTH TULSA magazine

Filmmaker DENNIS DELAMAR & Rudisill RL Teen Librarian ADRIENNE TEAGUE gEAR uP FOR aNOTHER ePISODE OF YOUNG FILMMAKERS

YOUNG FILMAKERS SERIES is not a new Taylor Sheridan or Ava Duvernay creation about teens wrangling the Southwest, it's Rudisill Regional Library's new series of hour and a half workshops teaching teens, ages 12-18, how to make their own films.  

Adrienne Teague, Rudisill RL's brilliant teen librarian and Dennis Delamar, director, producer and the genius behind the Greenwood Film Festival are taking young filmmakers from storyboarding to final edits with a host of special guests covering every facet of film production.

FREE AND OPEN TO THE PUBLIC:

JAN 12 & 26  FEB 2 &16  MAR 8 & 29

APR 12 & 26    All Dates: 4-5:30p

On January 12, Teague and Delmar introduced basic concepts around storytelling, storytelling on film and the work and people needed to bring those stories to life on screen. Delamar zoomed in from the west coast explaining who does what in a film crew.

Teens were challenged to choose writer, director, production and other roles...and to return last week (FRI 2/02) each with their own stories.

Missed the first 2 Fridays, no worries. There's a seat for you....and your story for day 3 doesn't have to be that drawn out (that's this week's workshop)...it could be, for instance..."I like ice cream."

RUDISILL RL 1540 N Harftord/Tulsa.OK

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