His Name Was Steven - The Speak Out Interview 2013
Speak Out - The Documentary 2011
An award winning film by Speak Out founder Alix Vander Vlugt.
|Photo © G.Saum|
Excerpts from What You Stole appeared in artist Gary Saum's multimedia piece.
Huffington Post articles by author and sensei Jonathan Hewitt of Life Ki-do, October 2012
Standing Committee On Social Justice May 2012
Queen's Park Hansard
KW Record June 2012
A major motion picture by Jomar Entertainment Group. A story of how friendship can overcome violence. Steven's story is included in the companion book, available from Twistfix.
Guelph Mercury article April 2011
The You Will Rise Project What You Stole published online 2010.
Steven's name is engraved on a microchip aboard the Curiosity Rover, currently exploring the surface of Mars. God speed, son.
|© Lee Hirsch|
Steven's photo also appears ( albeit very briefly ), in the movie "Bully" by director Lee Hirsch. Thanks to whomever did that. :)
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