The Public Commons : TED Radio Hour How can we create public places that feel welcoming and safe for everyone? This hour, TED speakers examine our physical and digital spaces—how they run, who they serve, and how to make them better. Guests include community organizer Shari Davis, researcher Eli Pariser, Wikipedia Library founder Jake Orlowitz, Wikipedia co-founder Jimmy Wales, and artist Matthew Mazzotta.

The Public Commons

The Public Commons

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TED Radio Hour: The Public Commons
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How can we create public places that feel welcoming and safe for everyone? This hour, TED speakers examine our physical and digital spaces—how they run, who they serve, and how to make them better.

Guests include community organizer Shari Davis, researcher Eli Pariser, Wikipedia Library founder Jake Orlowitz, Wikipedia co-founder Jimmy Wales, and artist Matthew Mazzotta.

This episode of TED Radio Hour was produced by Katie Monteleone, Rachel Faulkner, James Delahoussaye, and Harrison Vijay Tsui. It was edited by Sanaz Meshkinpour.

Our production staff at also includes Diba Mohtasham, Matthew Cloutier, Fiona Geiran, and Sylvie Douglis. Jeff Rogers is our executive producer. Our audio engineer is Brian Jarboe.