BY HANNAH HARD

Hanna Hard—Essay
As a youngster, Hannah Hard learned from her mother how hard it can be to inspire environmental change. (Photograph courtesy of Hannah Hard)

I held my mom’s soft hand as she spoke to my teacher. The three of us stood in my fourth grade classroom by the cubbies. Everyone had gone home, and the school was quiet except for the buzzing fluorescent lights, the janitor’s cart clanking in the hallway and my teacher’s strong voice: “I just can’t see people actually going along with it. It’s a good idea, but it takes too much work.” Continue reading “The Hands of Change”

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