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Crisis And Response

Moments of crisis can upend our lives, but can also help define them. This episode, TED speakers explore how a quick, compassionate or unexpected response can turn crisis into opportunity.

Ken Kamler: When Crisis Strikes On Everest — How Do You Respond?

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When Crisis Strikes On Everest — How Do You Respond?

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Matt Weinstein: What Lessons Can We Learn From Losing Our Life's Savings?

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What Lessons Can We Learn From Losing Our Life's Savings?

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Melissa Fleming: How Do You Make The International Community Care About The Refugee Crisis?

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How Do You Make The International Community Care About The Refugee Crisis?

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Nancy Lublin: How Can Text Messaging Save Lives?

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How Can Text Messaging Save Lives?

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Kitra Cahana: Can A Massive Stroke Change A Life — For The Better?

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Can A Massive Stroke Change A Life — For The Better?

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