Michigan Boy Drawing Attention To Effects Of Global Warming Through Art

GRAND RAPIDS (AP) – An 11-year-old western Michigan boy is using art to draw attention to the effects of global warming and boost efforts to save polar bears.

Bryce Madder of Kent County’s Ada Township held an event this week at the Grand Rapids Children’s Museum to promote the nonprofit Polar Army. His effort includes a website where children can create and post artwork related to saving polar bears.

A broader goal of the effort, however, is to help educate children about the effects of global warming on the Arctic. And in a statement, he says: “My vision is to use art to change the world, and at the same time, inspire a new generation of leaders.”

Bryce plans to bring his Polar Army presentation to schools, churches and other organizations.

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  1. Jonathan Gruber says:

    LEFTISTS ARE SHAMELESS MANIPULATORS AND PREDATORS. BRAINWASHING A CHILD WITH THEIR RIDICULOUS PROPAGANDA IS AN OBAMANATION. THREATENING THE CHILD WITH POLAR BEARS ARE BEING WIPED OUT IS A IS DEPLORABLE. POLAR BEARS ARE NOWHERE NEAR ENDANGERED. THIS LIE EXPLODED ON THE PUBLIC WHEN ALGORE BROUGHT HIS FESTIVAL OF LIES CURIOUSLY NAMED “INCONVENIENT TRUTH” PORTRAYING POLAR BEARS “FACING EXTINCTION”.

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