A more equal world starts with you. Citing a formative moment from her own life, equity advocate Nita Mosby Tyler highlights why showing up and fighting for others who face injustices beyond your own lived experience leads to a fairer, more just future for all.
As we celebrate the end of 2020 ... what captured our imaginations, reflected our emotions and sparked hope for a better tomorrow? Here's a wide-ranging list of the talks that stayed with us this year (along with some hidden gems), selected by the editorial team at TED.
Episode 8: How to be the set designer of your own world (with David Korins)
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“I said, ‘Why are we telling this 246-year-old story?’”
Correction: The musical Hamilton premiered on Broadway in 2015 based on this biography of Alexander Hamilton, highlighting events from th...
Diversity fatigue is real: people of color are tired of leading the fight. White allies are tired of being told they're doing it wrong. No wonder we don't have equity yet! In this inspiring talk, Nita Mosby Tyler explains why we need "unlikely allies" in the fight for justice, and why people who are experiencing inequality first hand must be wil...