The first event will feature Berkeley law professor Khiara Bridges and New Yorker staff writer Jay Caspian Kang.
A new radio segment and podcast from two Berkeleyans digs out and exposes the hidden sexism in our daily life.
Artificial intelligence and morality, political messaging for progressive victories, and disaster-resilient networks are the focus of the first Uncharted Evening Idea Fest.
More than 40 speakers and performers provoked, challenged and laughed with nearly 500 festivalgoers at the sixth Berkeleyside Uncharted Festival
Hear from more than 40 incredible thinkers, and enjoy live music, delicious food and a party at the sixth Berkeleyside Ideas Festival, Oct. 5-6.
If you like TED, Pop-Up Magazine and Commonwealth Club talks — and good food, music and a party — you’ll love Berkeleyside’s Ideas Festival.
The author of ‘Invisible Man, Got the Whole World Watching’ talks with Helena Brantley about black manhood today and the heightened awareness of racism in Trump’s America.
Rapping’s goal is to groom a generation of public defenders to provide higher quality legal representation to marginalized communities.
Highland Hospital’s Zitter challenges us to address the End-of-Life Conveyor Belt where the dying are intubated, catheterized, and die attached to machines.
The author of ‘Romantic Violence: Memoirs of an American Skinhead,’ talks about what it means to help de-radicalize people who mirror who he used to be.
At Berkeleyside’s 2017 Uncharted Festival, the law professor delivered some hard truths about class bias and friction, and how it relates to our current political landscape.
Political messages gain added strength when they’re delivered in a way that matches how our brains process information, says the pioneering cognitive linguist.