Session 2 of TED Fellows talks brought us yet another incredible group of individuals doing wildly different things in wildly different places. Eleven speakers and one performer took us across the globe to share their bold plans for social impact, technological innovation, cultural shifts and more. The event: Talks from Session 2 of TED Fellows […]Continue reading
TED Fellow Channing Gerard Joseph is a queer culture historian.
Why you should listenChanning Gerard Joseph (he/him/his and she/her/hers) is a storyteller, journalist and historian. For a recent project, he illuminated the birth of gay liberation in 19th-century Washington, DC, through the life of William Dorsey Swann, an American former slave and the world’s first self-described drag queen.
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