Whether we embrace them or break them, build them up or tear them down, barriers exert a tremendous impact on us all. On Saturday, April 7, 2018, join TEDxFSCJ for our annual conference. Nine speakers will explore the many, even contradictory elements of barriers—personal and political, natural and artificial, empowering and constraining.
The event will be hosted by FSCJ Students Tina Kappel and Lacey Neikirk.
Tickets are free and the event is open to the public, but all attendees must register.
When: 1-4:30 p.m.
Doors open at 1 p.m. The event begins promptly at 1:30 p.m.
Please arrive early to check-in, secure your seating, explore "ideas worth spreading" and sample our Ethiopian food and refreshments.
Where: FSCJ Kent Campus, Main Auditorium, F-128
Jose Alvarez, "Simple encounters lead to profound moments"
Fatimah Awad, "Healing humanity"
Katie Chorbak, "Ending the vicious cycle"
Lauren Hutchison, "Agile: develop change in the world"
Gabrielle Magid, "The stigma is real"
Lourdes Norman-McKay, "The love affair with hating science"
Amy Oestreicher, "Reweaving loss into memory: our responsibility as survivors"
Brian Wiley, "Finding common ground"
Nikesha Elise Williams, "Representation matters: The conversation you’ve always wanted to have with a Black woman"
Register and learn more.