Anthropological Activism | Queen Muhammad Ali Hakeem Khaaliq | TEDxSouthMountainCommunityLibrary

Using photography, Ethnographic research, and augmented reality, Queen and Hakeem help an Invisible community discover and share their beauty.

This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at

Should Nonprofits Be Neutral In Politics? | Sarah Willey, CFRE, SMS | TEDxLenoxVillageWomen
Should Nonprofits Be Neutral In Politics? | Sarah Willey, CFRE, SMS | TEDxLenoxVillageWomen

Full Talk Title: Should Nonprofits Be Neutral When It Comes To Politics? It’s time for nonprofit organizations in the United Read more

Sadness as a Tool of Activism | Amal Kassir | TEDxUHouston
Sadness as a Tool of Activism | Amal Kassir | TEDxUHouston

In a time where there's much to be outraged about, poet and organizer, Amal Kassir, questions whether her anger is Read more

The Rise of Youth Activism on Social Media | Alex Griffin | TEDxThunderRidgeHS
The Rise of Youth Activism on Social Media | Alex Griffin | TEDxThunderRidgeHS

Illuminating issues like climate change is important. All grassroots movements are aimed at bringing national attention to the most pressing Read more

How to Become a Political Activist | Femi Oluwole | TEDxYouthManchester
How to Become a Political Activist | Femi Oluwole | TEDxYouthManchester

NOTE FROM TED: This talk represents the speaker's personal views and understanding of political activism; some viewers may be offended Read more

3 comments

  1. This is really beautiful! You can hear in the audience how amazed they were to see the beauty in the people’s faces. Thank you so much for sharing this with the world!