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TEDx Event held at UC Berkeley, Berkeley, CA
TEDx Event held at UC Berkeley, Berkeley, CA

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+UC Berkeley Professor Isha Ray gave a great talk at  #TEDxBerkeley 2016 that  succinctly and clearly describes one of the reasons we need to provide more than education and jobs to help women and girls in developing countries. We need to provide safe and available sanitation facilities in schools and workplaces for women to be able to rise to their full potential. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CvE8AWl8Wb4   #IWD2016 #InternationalWomensDay  #Women

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What's your x? Join us at ‪#‎TEDxBerkeley‬ 2016: Finding x to answer this question on February 6 with a day of amazing talks and performances that will revolutionize the way you look at the world. Don't miss out on ‪#‎Findingx‬, buy tickets today at http://tinyurl.com/TEDxBerkeley2016Tickets! For more information, visit tedxberkeley.org! ‪
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Session 2's final speaker was Dan Viederman, shedding light on working conditions across a variety of regions and the implications of human trafficking and slavery on the labor market.

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Our next speaker, Meera Shenoy, explained her mission to help the disabled and impoverished youth of rural India in a heartwarming talk.

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Mike Robbins talked about being genuine and how authenticity can allow us to find fulfillment at work and throughout our lives.

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UC Berkeley Haas professor and leadership coach Alison Meyer gave an inspirational talk on how to slow down and overcome difficult challenges. Check it out!

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Our next speaker, Victoria Kisyombe, shared the story of how she used motivation from an economic struggle to empower women all throughout Tanzania and the world.

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Suzanne Ackerman-Berman gave us an inspirational talk on how she continues fighting the social inequalities in South Africa from Apartheid to this day.

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Session 2 started off with a bang as Cal Taiko took the stage and put on an incredible Japanese drumming performance. Check it out!

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Valerie Joi closed out Session 1 at ‪#‎TEDxBerkeley‬ 2015 with a beautiful musical performance expressing how we can choose to forgive.
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