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Mar 2: TEDxNashville: A World of Change, A World of Hope


 

In 1968, society was breaking down as battles erupted over the Vietnam War, cultural values and race. There was the triumph of orbiting the moon for the first time, but also the tragedies of losing two proponents of peace - the Rev Martin Luther King Jr. and Robert F. Kennedy. It was a time of people protesting against an incumbent administration, fighting for civil rights, and promoting world peace versus war.

Today, the nation is again severely polarized, this time along ideological and partisan lines with deadly violence in mass shootings becoming the new normal. We are once again a nation at an inflection point of change. TEDxNashville 2019 centers around this changing world as we explore hopeful stories of the past and present, learn about recent innovative breakthroughs, and experience the positive impact of human creativity. Join us as we bring this conversation and critical engagement to the TEDxNashville stage at TPAC on March 2, 2019.

New for 2019, add on a $15 lunch voucher to be redeemed at one of Nashville's premiere food trucks during the event. Participating food trucks will be announced at a later date. All tickets with meal vouchers will be available for pickup the day of the event only.

For more information visit http://www.tedxnashville.com


TEDxNashville MAIN EVENT

Saturday, March 2nd from 10am-5pm

Andrew Jackson Hall at the Tennessee Performing Arts Center (TPAC)

505 Deaderick St., Nashville, TN 37219


TEDx360 - OPENING EVENT

Friday, March 1st from 6pm-9pm

Musicians Hall of Fame in Municipal Auditorium

417 4th Ave N, Nashville, TN 37201

BUY YOUR TICKET TODAY

 
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