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Speakers announced for 2019 TEDxAuckland November event

Confirmed speakers:

- Sonya Renee Taylor
o Artist / Author / Activist - Founder of
- Kris Gledhill
o Human Rights Lawyer / Author / Law Academic - Lecturer at AUT
- Simon Che de Boer
o Photogrammetrist / Entrepreneur / Humanist - founder & CEO of Reality Virtual
- Dmitry Selitskiy
o Founder and CEO of Thought-wired
- Thomas Owen
o Inequality Researcher / Author / Teacher - Lecturer at AUT
- Nathan Joe
o Writer / Playwright / Actor - ‘Scenes from a Yellow Peril’ playwright.
- Brianna Fruean
o Activist / Environmental Advocate for Samoa / Second year student at Auckland University.
- Rose Northey
o Poet / Illustrator
See here for more info on the speakers.

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