I do not have much information on Duzak herself, although I have visited the Baltimore Rising Tide website. There I found the Baltimore chapter is just a small part of the global network to conservation and plans of action to make the planet more sustainable. Specifically about the protest, I know a little about the issue behind the protest on November 14th. A few years ago, I wrote a paper for my environmental science class about the appalacian region. In the paper, I wrote about the working conditions in the coal mines. The protest was part of a chain of protests for Bank of America's investment into coal mining.
- Amanda Duzak- She is a Towson Senior and environmental sciences and studies major. She also participated in the protest.
- Baltimore Rising Tide- The group is working exclusively in the Baltimore area to make the planet greener. They led the protest.
- Heather Kangas- She is a Towson Junior studying political science. She participated in the protest and may know Duzak.
- What inspires you to become active in saving the planet?
- How important is global conservation to Towson and the surrounding area?
- Do you feel Towson University is doing enough to "go green"?
- What are a few simple things each person can do to help the environment?
- What are your career aspirations?
I would like to take a simple profile shot of Duzak to begin. I would also like to photograph her doing something related to her field. Obviously, I missed the protest, so I probably won't be able get that sort of shot but I would be open to following her to a protest in order to get the action shot. I could also capture her doing something around campus, for example, while she recycles something on the ground.
There are a lot of audio possibilities with Duzak. She has a great deal of enthusiasm for helping the environment so getting her to discuss the importance of this would probably have a lot of emotion for her. I could also get audio of why she got involved with environmental science and conservation efforts. It might also be interesting to have her talk about what her vision of a greener Towson University looks like to her.