I’m Mexican. Does that change your assumptions about me? | Vanessa Vancour | TEDxUniversityofNevada

I’m Mexican. Does that change your assumptions about me? | Vanessa Vancour | TEDxUniversityofNevada

Translator: Maria Pericleous Reviewer: Denise RQ I have lost count of the number of times someone asked me, “How come you speak such good Spanish?” Spanish speakers as well as non-Spanish speakers because I know I am not what they imagine when they think of a Latin American. My favorite way to reveal I speak […]

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The Tale Of Two Robes | Julie Hogan | TEDxUniversityofNevada

Translator: Tanya Cushman Reviewer: Peter van de Ven Look at me. Study me. When you see me on this stage, who do you think I am? Why do you think that? And what does this say about you? I’m guessing that several ideas may have entered your consciousness when you gazed upon me. Let me […]

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Rape Culture Can’t Heal Us | Marva Zohar | TEDxOxford

Rape Culture Can’t Heal Us | Marva Zohar | TEDxOxford

Translator: Yifat Adler Reviewer: Peter van de Ven A few month ago, I was in Africa. I was volunteering as a midwife on the border of northern Uganda and southern Sudan. Alongside me was Lia, a midwife from Germany. It was market day, and we were going shopping. We promised a very pregnant woman named […]

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Launeddas: the Mediterranean ancestor of the bagpipes | Dante Olianas | TEDxViaTirso

Launeddas: the Mediterranean ancestor of the bagpipes | Dante Olianas | TEDxViaTirso

Revisore: Angela Dettori Launeddas: l’antenato mediterraneo delle cornamuse Un benvenuto alle signore e ai signori che oggi partecipano a questa conferenza in cui parleremo di uno strumento musicale particolare chiamato launeddas. Si tratta di uno strumento che esiste solo in Sardegna ma ha origine o si è diffuso anche in altre parti del pianeta. Per […]

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The Socialization and Comfortableness of Microaggressions | Andrea Boyles | TEDxLindenwoodU

The Socialization and Comfortableness of Microaggressions | Andrea Boyles | TEDxLindenwoodU

Translator: Araminta Dutta Reviewer: Peter van de Ven Imagine we have two groups of high school students existing in the same school. One group is commonly thought of as popular and cool, and everybody knows them, everybody likes them – I mean, seriously, though, you know the group. And so, these students are all that, […]

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Deaf ideology | Marika Kovacs-Houlihan | TEDxUWMilwaukee

Deaf ideology | Marika Kovacs-Houlihan | TEDxUWMilwaukee

Translator: Jenna Wahl Reviewer: Theresa Ranft (Offstage voice) ASL interpreter: The term “deaf” evokes a response. I’m on stage, I’m giving my talk in American Sign Language. That may not be what you expected. You may be wondering if I can hear, if I will speak. You may be trying to figure out where the […]

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Why Dungeons & Dragons is Good for You (In Real Life) | Ethan Gilsdorf | TEDxPiscataquaRiver

Why Dungeons & Dragons is Good for You (In Real Life) | Ethan Gilsdorf | TEDxPiscataquaRiver

Translator: Noel Diaz Reviewer: Queenie Lee Who do you want to be? A brave dwarfish warrior, a wizard who can cast spells, an elf who is skilled in the art of archery or a stealthy hobbit thief? You are a member of a team of adventurers! And your quest is to rescue a prince who […]

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Can talking about your sex life spark a social revolution? | Kamala Devi | TEDxCardiffbytheSea

Can talking about your sex life spark a social revolution? | Kamala Devi | TEDxCardiffbytheSea

Translator: Leonardo Silva Reviewer: Ellen Maloney Consider your sexuality. Now think about your workplace. What’s okay to talk about, and what’s not? How about with your family? Who do you trust to talk about sex with? And your most intimate relationships? Are there things you’re still hiding? As a sex and relationship coach, I’ve had […]

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The power of culture in a global society – discover your cultural heritage | Nahomi Aso | TEDxTohoku

The power of culture in a global society – discover your cultural heritage | Nahomi Aso | TEDxTohoku

(Music) (Music and singing) (Music ends) Hello, everyone. My name is Nahomi Aso. I perform and teach traditional Japanese dance, under the stage name Wakayagi Baikyo. I live in Shiroishi, to the south of Sendai. The children you saw earlier are my students from Shiroishi. They come to my Japanese dance class offered for free […]

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What’s in YOUR file? From Prejudice to Understanding | Dr. Mark Benn | TEDxCSU

What’s in YOUR file? From Prejudice to Understanding | Dr. Mark Benn | TEDxCSU

Translator: Tanya Cushman Reviewer: Peter van de Ven My parents met as teenagers, both working really hard to emancipate from their families of origin. They were working really hard at it for two very different reasons. They found each other, probably, in the backseat of a Chevy, and at 16-years-old, they got pregnant with my […]

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