‘Emma’ – Spoken Word Performance | Loz Anstey | TEDxDeMontfortUWomen

In this powerful and emotional performance, Loz Anstey takes us on a journey through the life of ‘Emma’. An inspirational figurehead, Emma cared for those around her with a warmth and humility only the luckiest of us get to experience. But in an age where mental health awareness was at a low, who was looking out for her? [Warning: talk contains reference to mental health and suicide] [CREDITS: Organising Committee: Jane Hearst, Simon Baines, Max Chikwanha. Events Team: Laura Wilson, Jane Colebourne, Yasmin Ali. AV Lead: Mark Dimartino Marriot. Film Lead and Editor: Peter Hutchinson. AV Student Support Team: Yara Abdalgany, Eva Asante, Joseph Tobin. Speaker Coaches: Sanjaya Pandit, Mark Prescod] Teacher; Spoken Word Artist; Actress

Loz Anstey is a spoken word artist who fears the generic and seeks out the colour hiding within the greyness of life. A writer of the funny in the bland and the simple heart-warmers that pass us by. This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at https://www.ted.com/tedx