TEDxGreensboro 2020 Launches This September as a Series of Free Online Events
The 8th annual TEDxGreensboro event has been reimagined and rescheduled as a series of online sessions running through the month of September!
SIX FREE EVENTS
12:30 p.m., Tuesdays and Thursdays
September 8, 10, 15, 17, 22 and 24
Audience members can submit questions for the Host and Speaker Q&A sessions, and you are invited to stay online afterwards to participate in a moderated discussion.
JOIN ONLINE SESSIONS
Take a month-long journey with TEDxGreensboro and join us for all (or some) of our sessions. Attendance is free, preregistration is required.
Twelve extraordinary thinkers and doers share their “Ideas Worth Spreading” related to RISK.
Tuesday, September 8
Why aren’t we using the most effective addiction treatments?
Coming home – the difficult transition from federal prison to society
RAP music is FOLK music: the duality of identity
Anna Luisa Daigneault
Losing a language means losing part of humanity and history
Tuesday, September 15
Social media helped pull us apart but it can also help seek the truth
Transgender voice training unites the soul and sound
Thursday, September 17
Every survivor of abuse has a story that matters
Saving the horseshoe crab and fighting the virus with nanoscience
Tuesday, September 22
A physician’s journey to emotional agility
Military service is not preparation for civilian life
Thursday, September 24
Living as an undocumented
What does it mean to be “man enough?”