Yale honors the work of a 9-year-old Black girl whose neighbor reported her to police


Bobbi Wilson holds her collection of spotted lanternflies as she is honored at the Yale School of Public Health on Jan. 20.

Bobbi Wilson went on a mission to save New Jersey’s trees, capturing spotted lanternflies. That frightened her neighbor, who called the cops. Now, her bug collection is part of a Yale museum.

(Image credit: Andrew Hurley/Yale University)

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