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Dr. Amma Selected as a 2019 TED Fellow

Ted2019 Fellows

Dr. Amma Ghartey-Tagoe Kootin has been selected as a 2019 TED Fellow for her work "across academia and the entertainment industry to transform archival material about black identity into theatrical performances." She will give a TED talk in April about her work.

The TED Fellows program supports extraordinary, iconoclastic individuals at work on world-changing projects, providing them with access to the global TED platform and community, as well as new tools and resources to amplify their remarkable vision. The TED Fellows program now includes 472 Fellows who work across 96 countries, forming a powerful, far-reaching network of artists, scientists, doctors, activists, entrepreneurs, inventors, journalists and beyond, each dedicated to making our world better and more equitable.

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