Nwe Oo is the CEO of Weaving Through Change, and has lobbied for change on both a domestic and national level for refugee, immigrant, and indigenous rights. Nwe shares how Burmese refugee women have transformed themselves and their communities through entrepreneurship.
Nwe delivered this talk at TEDxPeacePlaza on November 9, 2013, in San Francisco’s Japantown. Video by Arthur Prutkov, edited by Glenn Fajardo. Opening montage includes photos by Curtis Fry, Michael Ocampo, Nicholas Shipes, and Jeremy Cusker used under Creative Commons license. TEDxPeacePlaza 2013 is shared with you by the San Francisco Japantown Foundation.
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