Young people from more than a dozen cities across the U.S. are arriving in Washington, D.C. this week for the second annual “If I Had a Trillion Dollar” film festival. Their thoughtful and creative visions – shown in 3-minute videos - about how to use federal tax dollars will be shown on Capitol Hill, Monday, April 16.
With titles like A Smarter Nation Calls for Better Education and Love Is Louder than Guns; clever lyrics; and policy recommendations, they represent a thoughtful and diverse group from Chicago, Miami, Atlanta, Los Angeles, Boston, and Pittsburgh, among other cities.
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- "If I Had a Trillion Dollars..." Portland Students Share Ideas in D.C.
- What Would You Do with a Trillion Dollars? Suggestions from Miami Students
- An interview with a Chicago student about the project.
- All 20 official selections for the second annual "If I Had A Trillion Dollars" youth film festival.