TEDxSeattleWomen 2020: Fearless

TEDxSeattleWomen 2020: Fearless

YWCA is partnering with Comcast to help present this virtual TEDx event centered on the theme of "Fearless."
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TEDxSeattleWomen Fearless November 19

TEDxSeattle is a platform that amplifies the ideas of change makers; a forum to foster new perspectives, and a community committed to challenging its members to be better.

Fearless – an idea that is exceedingly important during this time of apart-ness and physical, cultural, and economic challenges. Don’t miss out on the chance to hear remarkable talks, watch stories of “Women Who Dare,” and call upon our collective fearlessness to take a global step forward – together.

We are prioritizing connection. With its community top of mind, TEDxSeattleWomen welcomes you to join other attendees in breakout discussions, Community Conversations, during the event. If you are interested, select the checkbox during registration. Subject to availability.

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2021 Stand Against Racism

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12:00 am
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11:59 pm
"From Declarations to Change: Addressing Racism as a Public Health Crisis" is the theme of YWCA's nationwide campaign to Stand Against Racism (April 22 - 25, 2021)

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