Can Al Gore's message be tailored for kids? Lisa Shimizu thinks so. Over the past few months, Shimizu has been developing a version of the Inconvenient Truth slideshow that would be easily understood by and engaging for children. After testing it out on captive audiences ranging from her 8-year-old daughter Aya to a classroom full of fifth graders, Shimizu recently gave the presentation to a kid-heavy audience of more than 250 at Seattle's Town Hall, a community culture center. A member of the programming team at Seattle rock station KEXP, Shimizu was first exposed to Gore's work after being tasked …
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