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Students Attend “Re:build” TEDxYouth Event

By Nivrithi Kuttuva, Reporter | February 17, 2020

On Sunday, February 9, Residents of Austin gathered in the Long Center to experience TEDxYouth Austin, an annual event held to promote change, innovation, and new perspectives for today’s youth regarding relevant global issues. Growing over the past 7 years, this event has featured motivational speakers and dynamic xLabs to inspire students to step up and lead the future. Every aspect of the event, from the theme to the decorations to the program of speakers was planned by a team of youth leaders under the guidance of adult mentors.  An immense amount of effort was put into choosing the 11 speakers and mapping out the 24 xLabs, which are interactive activities facilitated by various local organizations around Austin. Since last year’s theme, ‘Outspoken,’ was about speaking about...

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