"We need to find ways to embrace these challenges ... because ultimately, our humanity depends on everyone's humanity." —Bryan Stevenson

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"We need to find ways to embrace these challenges ... because ultimately, our humanity depends on everyone's humanity." —Bryan Stevenson

"We need to find ways to embrace these challenges ... because ultimately, our humanity depends on everyone's humanity." —Bryan Stevenson

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Solving It

In this hour, TED speakers share some big ideas on how to solve the seemingly impossible.

"We need to rewrite and radically simplify and re-humanize the structure of public law in our society." —Philip K. Howard James Duncan Davidson/TED hide caption

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Is The Law Making Us Less Free?

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FIXING A HOLE ROYAL ACADEMY OF MUSIC SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA

"There is no sensible reform possible until we end this corruption." —Lawrence Lessig James Duncan Davidson/TED hide caption

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Has Money Taken Over American Politics?

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"We all harbor one fiercely held aspiration for our health care: that it keep us healthy." —Rebecca Onie Courtesy of TED hide caption

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What If Our Health Care System Kept Us Healthy?

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Doctor! Doctor! Thompson Twins

"It makes sense to fight for peace and justice and to protect basic human rights and dignity." —Bryan Stevenson James Duncan Davidson/TED hide caption

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Why Can't We Talk About An Injustice?

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Puzzles Eat Y'Self Pretty