A team of young adults meets influential individuals while traveling the country in a green RV.
Sat., September 5, 2015
Boston - New York City
The team meets an MIT graduate assistant in the robotics department; two women who created a soccer ball that generates electricity; and a Bamboo Bike Studio cofounder. Also: USA Shaolin Temple founder Shi Yan Ming; and Nat Paynter, director of water programs at Charity Water.
Sat., September 12, 2015
Philadelphia - Chicago
The team meets with Dock Street Brewery owner Rosemarie Certo in Philadelphia; and children's folksinger Ella Jenkins in Chicago. Also: Paolo Davanzo and Lisa Marr, who teach film and media-arts classes.
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