Kids of the Gulf
“I may be a kid, but I still have a voice.” – Devon Haas, Age 7
‘I hope that soon we can start focusing on making our planet a better place. That should always be what comes first. Our planet, Earth.’ – Devin Beach, Age 14
4.9 million barrels of oil erupted into the Gulf of Mexico during the BP oil spill of 2010, and problems like that don’t disappear overnight. Now, two highly-engaged kids and a professional documentary film crew are heading down to the Gulf coast to shed some light on the devastating impact on kids and families in the area, and they need your help to do it.
Kids of the Gulf is a documentary film featuring 2 kids that are determined to have a positive impact in the Gulf coast region in the aftermath of the BP oil spill. Through the sharing of stories from the perspective of kids, the initiative empowers other kids from around the world to speak out and make a difference on issues that are important to them in their own communities.
This film provides a way to affect real change in the world by connecting kids and youth with the tools to make a difference. Become a part of it, and join our movement to empower kids and youth across the globe!