Human Bridges: Breaking Barriers | Joseph Gonzales | TEDxPointParkUniversity SCARICARE

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  • Pubblicato su Sep 27, 2018

  • During his 15-years in prison for third-degree murder, Joseph Gonzales chose a path of change. Gonzales shares his story of enlightenment and how the power of building relationships can help break stereotypes of violent offenders and help them to transition back into society. Joseph Gonzales is a convicted felon who served 15 years in prison. He speaks truth and inspires others to see with a deeper, more meaningful perspective the importance of relationship building and vulnerability. His vision and purpose are the direct result of the hardship and endurance he has experienced. Refusing to be held hostage by a restricting narrative, he was determined to break free of the stigma associated with being incarcerated. Now in a position to give back, he offers key insight to help others overcome adversity, develop a foundation for growth, and maximize their potential for success. He is currently authoring a book detailing his core practices and principles. This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at
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