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1-22-13: "Ideas Worth Spreading" In Baltimore
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What do you get when you give a bunch of smart, talented people a microphone, an audience, and 18 minutes to talk? Something like the TED Conference. You may have seen some of their talks floating around the internet. TED started almost 30 years ago as “Technology, Entertainment, Design,” – but now that seems almost too narrow. Topics run the gamut from how schools kill creativity to how to start a movement. Their motto is "Ideas Worth Spreading".
Joining Sheilah are the three youngest presenters at Friday’s conference: Keimmie Booth, Shaquille Brooks, and Evodie Ngoy. They are all high school students at Baltimore City Public Schools.
You can buy tickets for TEDxBaltimore here. Use the discount code "COMMUNITY2013" to get $10 off.
Keimmie's robotics team is known as the RoboDoves. They're traveling to a world championship robotics competition later this year.