TEDx Binghamton University UNEARTHED
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TEDxBinghamtonUniversity UNEARTHED is the 10th annual TEDxBinghamtonUniversity conference. Seven speakers from around the world will be sharing their ideas worth spreading. This event has been adapted to a live-streamed newscast-style conference.
This year's TEDxBinghamtonUniversity line-up includes a physicist who is passionate about natural disasters, an alumnus who believes that collaboration takes precedent above all, a psychotherapist and advocate for the LGBTQIA+ community, a comedian that values representation in media, a student who understands the importance of his own memories, a CEO who wants to bring cryptocurrency to the masses, and an early childhood expert who passes her multicultural learning to others. All of our speakers have a passion to make a difference in the world and spread their ideas.
So what's 2020's theme? Audiences and speakers around the world come to TED and TEDx events to engage in provoking conversations. Our stage is a platform for unearthing new ideas, excavating deep conversations, and discovering an individual's passion. Dig up jewels of thought from deep below and celebrate the power in ideas worth spreading at TEDxBinghamtonUniversity UNEARTHED.
Venue: Virtual livestream
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