An estimated 10% of Americans live with a chronic illness that could be considered an invisible disability; in her talk, “I do not know what I do not know: A case for intersectionality,” Lyndsey Johnson tells the story of her own experience since she developed a chronic illness at 15, and its connection to the concept of intersectionality.
The videos for our TEDxLSSU 2017 talks are now available on the TEDx YouTube channel. Watch the full playlist below, or click through to view the playlist and choose individual talks to
It is with sad hearts that we share the news that Dr. Tom Pleger, our University’s president, and one of our 2017 TEDxLSSU speakers (as well as a TEDxLSSU 2015 speaker), passed away on Sunday, May 7, 2017. A champion for higher education and lifelong learning, Dr. Pleger will be missed by all of us. We share his 2017 talk below, in memory of Tom:
You can watch Tom’s 2015 TEDxLSSU talk here: https://youtu.be/hXc3L4X8AV4
If you can’t make it in person for tonight’s event, here is the url to watch the live stream: https://livestream.com/Tedx/TEDxLSSU2017
Our final speaker for TEDxLSSU 2017 will be Marcus Collins. Please visit his speaker page to learn more.
Our fifth TEDxLSSU 2017 speaker is Ben Deuling; please visit his speaker page to learn more.
Our fourth speaker at TEDxLSSU 2017 is Cassie Merritt; please visit her speaker page to learn more!
Our third TEDxLSSU 2017 speaker is Ben Herrick; please visit his speaker page to learn more!
Our second TEDxLSSU 2017 will be Jay Gage; learn more on his speaker page.
Our first speaker at TEDxLSSU will be Lyndsey Johnson. Learn more on her speaker page.