The bystander effect is complicated -- here's why | Ken Brown | TEDxUIowa





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Published on Jul 12, 2015

Ken shares the implications of 'the bystander effect' for communities and individuals, including how to get help if you need it, but also how major movements begin and create change.

An award-winning teacher and researcher, Ken Brown has been actively involved in volunteer roles his whole life. He currently sits on two non-profit boards (one local and another national) and contributes time and money to a number of other worthy causes. He is passionate about helping students develop and find ways to serve others. His students have worked on projects with many local nonprofits including the Iowa Valley Habitat for Humanity ReStore, the Iowa City Animal Care and Adoption Center, Oaknoll Retirement Community, the Council for International Visitors to Iowa Cities, United Way of Johnson County, the Iowa Children’s Museum, and the Crisis Center of Johnson County.

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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