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With Mxmtoon (Singer), Philip Henderson (Full Circle Everest), Frans Lanting (Author), Cian Moore (Contemporary Artist), Dr. Lauren Esposito (Curator of Arachnology, California Academy of Sciences), Brad Ringeisen (Executive Director, Innovative Genomics Institute (IGI)), Ali Mattu (YouTuber), Amos Nachoum (Photographer), Charlene Nijmeh (Chairwoman, Muwekma Ohlone Tribe), Elizabeth Mehren (Founder, Global Health Storytelling Project), Dr. Bree Rosenblum (Professor of Global Change Biology, UC Berkeley).
Sat, Jan 28, 2023 @ 10:00 AM   $75   UC Berkeley, 101 Zellerbach Hall, #4800
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The TV is on. It is January 28, 1986 & you are watching the Challenger explode on live television. Click. It is September 11, 2001, & you are in Ohio, watching New York crumble. It is the final two minutes of Super Bowl XLII & the New England Patriots' perfect season comes to an end. Click. Our first African American president is inaugurated. Click. Tony Stark dies. As we flip through channels, we switch between endless streams of ideas, thoughts, & opinions, each a glimpse into another life. In our current digital age, we are inundated with images & data, millions of pixels shifting across our screens at any given moment.

But what happens if we take a step back? Who are we once separated from the overexposure to others' content?

At TEDxBerkeley 2023: Channel X, we invite you to record, rewind, & remap our futures in this ever-changing world. What happens when information (and misinformation) is available on every digital device & platform? How is the next generation reshaping the terrain of social justice advocacy? From landmark representation on our television screens to new energy solutions, there is no shortage of stories, movements, & innovation that deserve to be featured & celebrated.

Tune in to TEDxBerkeley 2023 on January 28, 2023 to discover your new channel: Channel X.

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All students (UC Berkeley & Non-UCB) must bring a valid student ID matching their ticket to be admitted.

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If you are a current UC Berkeley student/faculty/staff member or a UC Berkeley alumnus, you may not purchase a discounted ticket on behalf of someone who does not qualify for that ticket, regardless of their relationship to you.


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