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Keywords: tupperware (ALL of these words -- matching substrings)

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GN-26251-01Public Programs: Humanities Projects in MediaFilmmakers Collaborative, Inc.Tupperware: Historical Insights into American Consumer Culture9/1/2001 - 2/29/2004$450,000.00Laurie Kahn   Filmmakers Collaborative, Inc.MelroseMA02176-3933USA2001Gender StudiesHumanities Projects in MediaPublic Programs45000004500000

Production of a one-hour documentary film about Earl Tupper, Brownie Wise, and the creation of Tupperware, a plastic product and an American icon.

TR-271444-20Public Programs: Media Projects ProductionNew SchoolTrace Material10/1/2020 - 9/30/2021$200,000.00Alison Mears   New SchoolNew YorkNY10011-8871USA2020U.S. HistoryMedia Projects ProductionPublic Programs2000000184985.210

Production of six thirty-minute episodes on the social history of plastic products.

Parsons Healthy Materials Lab (HML) requests a grant in support of Trace Material, a serial podcast that explores the intersection of our lives and the lives of the materials that surround us. The podcast evolved from materials research in the Lab that identified a gap in understanding of the common materials that surround us, the history of their development and their intersection with our lives. The materials we surround ourselves with have a major impact on our health, but they also tell us complex human stories about the world we live in.