President Kennedy’s death would become a weight that Dallas citizens, including those born after November 22, 1963, would carry in their hearts for years to come. Did Dallas deserve the label that so many around the country and even the world gave to it: “The City of Hate”?
Join us Thursday, August 22, 2013 for a Poignant, Educational Journey on the Legacy of JFK and the 50th Anniversary of the Assassination The assassination of President John F. Kennedy and the aftermath of that day are engraved in history. Dallas citizens, law enforcement, journalists and key experts on the assassination and history of […]
Margaret Hunt Hill Bridge has opened and with it, this new Dallas bridge brought many festivities and expressed hope for greater unity.
Dystonia, a muscular disorder related to Parkinson’s is a disorder Rogers Hartmann lives with everyday. She calls it her frenemy.
Tanya Pinto is the founder of Baal Don is a charity formed to help children in India. Tanya Pinto volunteered at Mother Teresa’s orphanage in Calcutta where the idea for the charity was birthed.
Turk Pipkin is the founder of The Nobelity Project. During this TEDx SMU backstage interview, he discusses the issue of clean water.
During this exclusive TEDxSMU backstage interview, we hear from William Kamkwamba and Bryan Mealer, co-authors of The Boy Who Harnessed the Wind, one of Amazon’s Top 10 books of the year.
Jim and Carole Young, business people, lifelong learners and devotees of TED were a part of bringing TEDx SMU to Dallas.