A Harvard student and a chart-topping music producer's secret criminal life is exposed when a botched drug deal leads to murder.
The Fortune Society's Brittany Smith told Public Forum a heartbreaking story about her young nephew and the way our schools end up shuttling young people straight into incarceration. PUBLIC FORUM: People, Not Prisons November 13, 2017 Anspacher Theater
Many individuals are wondering why data-driven platforms such as Netflix, Amazon, and Google are becoming so successful at generating creative content. In his talk, Smith explains how the ability of these platforms to promote content to customers with unique preferences has led to creative freedom within the industry. Michael Smith is a professor from Carnegie Mellon University. As Professor of Information Systems and Marketing and the Co-Director of the Initiative for Digital Entertainment Analytics (IDEA) at CMU, Michael Smith’s research uses econometric techniques to analyze firm and consumer behavior in markets for digital information and digital media products. This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at http://ted.com/tedx
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YTV Reporter Eric Benninghoff '20 interviews reporters David Yaffe-Bellany '19 and Brittany Smith '18 on The Yale College Republicans' continued support of Trump. The Official YouTube channel of the Yale Daily News: America's Oldest College Daily newspaper. Questions? Contact the Yale Daily News YTV Editors, Nicole Daly and Claire Lu, at firstname.lastname@example.org. See www.yaledailynews.com/ytv.
Whether we acknowledge it or not, race, sex, gender, class, and privilege are all part of our daily lives no matter who we are, what we look like, or where we’re from. But too often we don't talk about these issues for fear of saying the wrong thing, or that the conversations will be difficult, bitter, and even painful. Does it have to be that way? Artist and activist Lillian Medville has designed a surprising—and surprisingly effective—alternative. Lillian Medville is the creator and facilitator of Your Privilege is Showing. She developed this unique experience-based card game that allows for conversations about privilege and social justice through her own personal evolution with understanding culture and power. She has brought the game to MIT Media Lab, Harvard School of Ed, The Humanist Hub, Berklee College of Music, SXSWedu in March 2017, and is currently working on a documentary film about the Berklee College Pilot program that took place fall 2016. Lillian is creative and honest in her approach to doing what works through art. She works on projects related to social justice, bravery, and permission to be exactly who you are. More info at http://www.yourprivilegeisshowing.com/ This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at https://www.ted.com/tedx
I speak to Harvard Young republican president Kent Haeffner about the Black Mass scandal at harvard
Subscribe to our channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCKRG8y9o2S8tzFWXJU4nbvQ?sub_confirmation=1 In part two of her interview with Snobette, artist and designer Brittany Byrd spoke about music that influenced her growing up and spoke about attending her first concert, "Jay Z and Friends," with her mother at the age of 11. Speaking on the ongoing, somewhat generational debate over rap and lyricism, Byrd said lyrics are lyrics, whether they're simple or complex, adding that music can be iconic whenever it's made. The subject of a lot of online scrutiny, Byrd says 90 percent of it she doesn't see because she doesn't have either the Instagram or Twitter app on her phone. "Hater boys will marry hater girls and have hater kids and the other people will still progress," said Byrd on people who leave negative comments about her on social media. When it comes to conducting business, Byrd recommended people outsource as little as possible and keep a small team. "As much as you can do your self, in the long run, it will make it a lot easier," recommended Byrd. When asked whether her generation is showing any signs of being fatigued by the internet, Byrd said she herself is not a virtual person and said she prefers to do real-life things. On her own generation's way of viewing the world, Byrd said her peers are open minded but said they to work at being even more open-minded and judging less. "Don't depend on the next person to feed your opinion for you," advised Byrd. Brittany Byrd interview part 1: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3vln_4MJMjc Video Production: Mauricio Jorquera: https://www.instagram.com/m.jorquera.studio/ Note: Comments and feedback are very much appreciated, but we do remove any one-dimensional insults or attacks. CONNECT WITH SNOBETTE Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/snobettemagazine Instagram: http://instagram.com/thesnobette Pinterest: http://www.pinterest.com/thesnobette Snapchat: TheSnobette Spotify: http://spoti.fi/2Fajw9B Twitter: http://twitter.com/thesnobette.com YouTube: http://youtube.com/snobette Website: http://www.snobette.com