Please join us for a lively discussion with speakers from "I Am. We Are." The panel will discuss the inner workings of their individual talks and share their future plans. Audience members are encouraged to participate in the Q&A.

October 24, 2016

UWM Campus, Fireside Lounge

Doors open @ 5:300PM

Free Entry


Schedule of the Day:

5:30PM - Doors Open

6:00PM - Event Begins

Viewing of La'Ketta Caldwell's "Say Something" 

Short Q&A

Viewing of Rayna Andrews' "Food Insecurity is a Public Health Concern"

Short Q&A

Viewing of Kyle Cherek's "We Eat What We Are"

Short Q&A

Q&A with TEDx Team, Speakers, and Audience

*Subject to Change


Welcome TEDxUWMilwaukee's FEatured TALk Back Speakers!
 

Kyle Cherek -  We Eat What We Are "You see, I believe that some meals are more than just calories, nutrients, and a pleasing assembly of tastes. I believe they are a metaphysical pathway, by which we were led us of the cradle of civilization and to the core of who we are."

Kyle Cherek -  We Eat What We Are

"You see, I believe that some meals are more than just calories, nutrients, and a pleasing assembly of tastes. I believe they are a metaphysical pathway, by which we were led us of the cradle of civilization and to the core of who we are."

La'Ketta Caldwell - Say Something "When you return to the 'real world' after someone close to you take their own life nothing, seems the same. You will have individuals give you the 'look.'  Some will go in opposite directions because it's almost as if you have a disease others think they can catch"

La'Ketta Caldwell - Say Something

"When you return to the 'real world' after someone close to you take their own life nothing, seems the same. You will have individuals give you the 'look.'  Some will go in opposite directions because it's almost as if you have a disease others think they can catch"

Rayna Andrew - Food Insecurity is a Public Health Concern "I now realize just how common our situation was. One in seven households in America experience hunger. In this city, in Milwaukee, it’s one and four families like ours; where children are present. And that’s just not right."

Rayna Andrew - Food Insecurity is a Public Health Concern
"I now realize just how common our situation was. One in seven households in America experience hunger. In this city, in Milwaukee, it’s one and four families like ours; where children are present. And that’s just not right."