Tales of a Teenage Filmmaker | Zachary Maxwell | TEDxSpokane

Tales of a Teenage Filmmaker | Zachary Maxwell | TEDxSpokane

Translator: CJ Maxwell Reviewer: Queenie Lee Hello, everybody. It’s great to be here on stage at TEDxSpokane. (Cheers) (Applause) That’s encouraging. I’m really nervous right now. But let me explain by telling you a little bit about myself and my story. I’ve always considered myself as having two different identities. The first and more natural […]

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Seattle high school paints tribute to Black Panthers

Seattle high school paints tribute to Black Panthers

(bright, upbeat music) – There we go (bright upbeat music) (students talking) – What’s gonna happen is we’re gonna start on this end, and move this way. – I’m gonna cry – Are you gonna cry? – Yeah, it’s the panel I painted! – If we could all “Power to the People!” – [Students] Power […]

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The Art of Activism: Women Civil Rights Leaders Tell Their Stories

I am Elizabeth Sackler, and it is a pleasure for me to welcome you today to the Brooklyn Museum, in this our first extension out of the Center for Feminist Art, the Elizabeth A. Sackler Center for Feminist Art, into this beautiful glass pavilion for today’s programming. For those of you who have just arrived […]

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My philosophy for a happy life | Sam Berns | TEDxMidAtlantic

Translator: Bob Prottas Reviewer: Ariana Bleau Lugo Hello everyone. I’m Sam, and I just turned 17. A few years ago, before my freshman year in High School, I wanted to play snare drum in the Foxboro High School Marching Band, and it was a dream that I just had to accomplish. But each snare drum […]

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Education For Whom and For What?

Education For Whom and For What?

[MUSIC PLAYING] Good evening, everyone. My name is John Paul Jones and I’m the Dean of the College of Social and Behavioral Sciences. [APPLAUSE] Thank you. On behalf of the College’s faculty, staff, and students I want to welcome all of you here tonight for the first annual SPS Annual Lecture and, without a doubt, […]

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The Art and Science of Nonviolence, (Ahimsa) | Manu Raval | TEDxColoradoSprings

The Art and Science of Nonviolence, (Ahimsa) | Manu Raval | TEDxColoradoSprings

Translator: Katarina Ericson Reviewer: Denise RQ Host: Good morning, Manu. Manu Raval: Good morning. Host: To start off, would you please share with us what you mean by “The art and science of nonviolence”? MR: Art is an everyday activity. Whatever we do on account of our innate abilities, that is art. Everything that we […]

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Discussing the merits of Unconditional Basic Income | Enno Schmidt | TEDxBasel

Discussing the merits of Unconditional Basic Income | Enno Schmidt | TEDxBasel

Translator: Anton Cool Reviewer: Michele Gianella HF: For those who don’t know about it, can you briefly tell us what basic income is? ES A basic income is the base of income for the basic needs, and the thought is: that these basic needs must not be strictly bounded to some conditions; it’s necessary to […]

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How to Use Art Education to Create Social Change – Courtney Spence

How to Use Art Education to Create Social Change – Courtney Spence

Erik: What do you enjoy most about working at the intersection of social change, art, and education? Courtney: What I enjoy most about working in that intersection of art, education, and social change is the fact that it is constantly changing and it’s full of individuals that really have a burning desire to contribute to […]

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