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This event sought out to move people out and take over the streets and show the community how much more connected and united it can be. Open Streets gives a glimpse of a future where walking and biking won't be just an annual activity, but a part of daily life in Macon.
With the time limit and pace of the video, however, we focused instead on the immersion part, got rid of the time-lapse idea, and had a Mercer University student pull us from an abandoned parking lot into an activity-filled concert area.
It's not your typical come-here-for-a-week-and-have-fun-and-leave-and-never-come-back trip, it's more like because-we-keep-coming-back-we-get-to-learn-about-every-child-and-staff-member-and-learn-to-appreciate-each-other's-cultures-and-become-deeply-invest-in-each-other's-lives kind of trip.
And So We Go Productions' goal was to tell a modern, engaging story that focused on the impact and influence that student body leaders have on their campuses. Andy MacCracken, co-founder and executive director of NCLC, points out that throughout modern US history, movements that caused great change in the social status quo have been started in some part by student body presidents.