Looking Up in An Epidemic of Looking Down
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Mandy Antoniacci |
• March 2018
In what she calls a social epidemic of looking down, Mandy Antoniacci proposes a radical theory − we’ve stopped seeing one another. Through personal stories of isolation, human connection, and research within populations who self-identify as “invisible,” Why You Shouldn’t Know the Color of Your Sneakers offers a revolutionary proposition: If we want to empower humanity, overturn stereotypes, and create a culture of inclusion, we can start by looking up. In this inspiring talk, Mandy reveals the power of being seen, and how simple acts of visibility in a matter of seconds can open us up to a life of happiness, productivity, and limitless potential.