The Cal Maritime Library & Housing Department are proud to announce a semester-long series of TED Talk screenings followed by group discussion. Each of these events will be held on the first Tuesday of the month in February, March and April from 1100-1145 in the Library Green Room.
The second screening & discussion will be “How women wage conflict without violence,” which is a TED video recorded at the TEDSummit in June 2016. The TED website describes the video like this: “Are you setting out to change the world? Here’s a stat you should know: nonviolent campaigns are 100 percent more likely to succeed than violent ones. So why don’t more groups use nonviolence when faced with conflict? Filmmaker Julia Bacha shares stories of effective nonviolent resistance, including eye-opening research on the crucial leadership role that women play.”
Faculty, staff and students are all welcome. Join us to listen, watch and discuss!
ELDP credit available. For further information, contact Margot Hanson (email@example.com) or Scottie Fred Wettstein (firstname.lastname@example.org).