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Reimagining Community & Solidarity -- A Critique of the George Floyd Tragedy and Identifying Actions For The Future We Want - Shared screen with speaker view
Nyree Gray
43:51
Thanks for putting this together.
Ky
45:26
overwhelmed ; hopeful.
Maritza Cha
45:28
exhausted and hopeful
Heidi Kellam
45:33
ready; curious
Harpreet Dhir
45:37
change, excited
Gloria Gonzalez
45:40
ready; exhausted
barbara smith
45:40
deja vu
Cynthia Salas
45:40
Frustrated and empowered
Talia Bowman
45:42
Tired, compelled
Gina M. Newton
45:43
skeptical
Nicole Blanchette
45:43
frustrated yet excited for change
catherine mayfield
45:44
frustrated & hurt
Charmaine Cordero
45:44
hesitant and hopeful
Jennifer Strom
45:45
Open, hopeful
Heather Campbell
45:45
sad and mad
Monica Perkins
45:45
Angry & exhausted
Mark Cooper
45:46
frustrated, confronted
Anthony Prud’homme
45:46
humble, inspired
Luke Wood
45:47
Angry; Determined
David Grant
45:47
frustrated; seeking
Carrie Herr
45:49
tired and interested
Margaret Hawkins
45:49
Anguished and cautiously hopeful
Straun Joseph
45:50
Frustrated, Driven
Lesli White
45:50
frustrated and hopeful
Mia Davis
45:51
sick and tired
Tricia Kading
45:51
Overwhelmed, sad
Yoenesha Ortiz
45:52
Sad and seeking
Laurie Addison
45:52
encouraged and hopeful
Shirlie Mae Choe
45:52
frustrated, activated
Raquel Vasquez
45:53
overwhelmed; angry
maranatha hosick
45:53
listening, receptive
Sharon Nagel
45:55
Curious, intrigued
Rachel Robbins
45:55
Motivated, Hopeful
Kelly Heimdahl
45:57
Frustrated and hopeful
Len Jessup
45:57
Thanks to you and your team for putting this together!
Ana Espinosa
45:59
Frustrated & angry
Bennie Tinson
46:00
Angry; hopeful
Erin Feld
46:00
worried, listening
Cleopatre Thelus
46:01
exhausted and managing
Sheila Lefor
46:01
frustrated, hopeful
Maggie Magno
46:03
heavy heart
Pheakdey Ung
46:06
sad
Liz Ramos
46:06
overwhelmed & frustrated
Lori Anne Ferrell
46:06
worried. questioning.
Margo Cash
46:08
Angry and listening
Maureen Pylman
46:08
Exhausted, hopeful
Judy Seligman
46:08
Concern
Martha Morales
46:08
sad and listening
Linda Melendez
46:08
hopeful and listening
Angela Solano
46:09
Frustrated and hopeful
Roslyn Soto
46:09
sad, frustrated
Deborah Duffy
46:10
sad but hopeful
Brenda Tilford
46:10
frustrated; encouraged
Frederick Johnson
46:15
I feel "About time"
Brian Dennis
46:16
Frustrated and hopeful
Jill Hawthorne
46:17
in grief and hopeful
Elijah Falk
46:17
demoralized but eager
Grisel Bayan
46:17
Overwhelmed/ Hopeful
Sammie Scales
46:19
Determined Worried
Sophia Stier
46:20
Exhausted and attentive
Tim Lynch
46:20
Worried yet hopeful
Karen Law
46:21
Weary, hopeful
Cindi Gilliland
46:21
sad and need to listen
Emilie Reagan
46:22
Frustrated, hopeful
Jerome Fenning
46:22
disheartened, depressed, angry
Jennifer Ortega
46:23
Hopeful, concerned
Joy Thompson
46:27
outraged and activated
Madeleine Kiuttu
46:33
listening and ready
Susan Warren
46:40
frustrated yet hopeful
Verónica González
46:41
overwhelmed/ hopeful
David Drew
46:45
outraged, hopeful
Elvia Flores
46:53
Tired and frustrated
Carrie Downey
46:54
sad and angry
Susan
46:55
impatient; hopeful
Kevin Nguyen
46:57
Frustrated and Resilient
Richard McHard
46:59
angry depressed
Karsen Meerkreebs
47:17
thought provoking
EB
47:27
Anxious, committed
Deja Darrington
47:31
overwhelmed and motivated
Tayo Arikenbi
47:54
confused. optimistic
Dani González
47:58
interchanging between hopeful and frustrated
Jean Lipman-Blumen
48:18
Frustrated, but excited
Marilyn
48:25
Tired, sad
Mariselle Moscoso
49:18
Overwhelmed; invigorated
Junelyn Peeples
49:42
Resilient and Motivated
Elita McFadden (They/Them)
49:54
Why is this being centered?
Patricia Easton
50:22
Outraged exhausted
Sergio Gonzalez
52:49
I agree, why is this being centered?
Lori Anne Ferrell
54:45
ready for learning; pensive.
Ordell Williams
57:20
Hurt, mortified
DeLacy.Ganley@cgu.edu
57:54
Please feel free to add questions to the chat box. These questions will be lobbed to panelists at the end if there is time.
Jerome Fenning
01:01:03
Please respond to the issue of having every student at higher education upon registering for classes receive an online voter registration form with clear instructions regarding eligibility criteria. Also encourage voting booths on campus for students to easily vote. National Endeavor.
Lori Anne Ferrell
01:01:08
with the move to defund policing, how can CGU develop programs that instruct on forms of civil management/organization? That would be a transdisciplinary process.
Robin Parry
01:01:18
sad, listening, learning & supporting
Dani González
01:02:12
#blackintheivory for those that want the tag
Sammie Scales
01:02:20
Yes
Sammie Scales
01:02:25
I did as well
Sammie Scales
01:02:55
Black Minds Matter Fall 2017
Harpreet Dhir
01:03:34
What do the panelists think about racism from one people of color toward another? Black Lives Matter movement is beneficial to bringing forth all sorts of conversations in regards to racism.
Sammie Scales
01:03:52
Disregard, Distrust, Disdain
Cynthia Salas
01:04:11
How are institutions going to help students deal with the trauma, the healing circle is a good start but how are we reaching those that feel stigmatized?
Elita McFadden (They/Them)
01:04:16
That part Dr. Wood! CGU should’ve had an open forum before this for this reason…we haven’t even taken the time to talk about the institutions’ role in perpetuating anti-Blackness on our campus and in our classrooms…
Laureen
01:04:39
Yes Elita!
Sergio Gonzalez
01:04:47
yes!!!!!
Dani González
01:04:51
Yes!!!! Thank you!!!!
Megan Mansfield
01:05:02
Thank you Dr. Wood!
Cristal Almonte
01:05:02
Yes!!
Sammie Scales
01:05:04
Thanks Dr. Wood
Jenelle Nila
01:05:04
Thats right Elita!
Luke Wood
01:05:05
Shout out to my brother Sam Scales
Elita McFadden (They/Them)
01:05:18
Thank you Dr. Wood!
Susan
01:05:20
Agree, would like to hear more from Luke
Deborah Duffy (she/her)
01:05:22
Thank you, Dr. Wood
Cindi Gilliland
01:05:33
Thank you, Dr. Wood!
Lorine Erika Saito
01:05:35
Thanks Dr. Wood!!!!
Ryan Finley
01:05:42
I love reminding everyone of taking care of black minds in this fight as well
Maggie Hawkins (she/her/hers)
01:05:53
Yes, thank you so much Dr. Wood
Kimberley Dunkley
01:05:53
Thank you Dr. Wood!
Tricia Kading
01:05:59
Thank you, Dr. Wood!
Carrie Herr
01:06:08
Thank you Dr. Wood!
Gregg Simmons
01:06:46
I appreciate you Dr. Wood
Jean Lipman-Blumen
01:07:29
Need everyone working together!
Elita McFadden (They/Them)
01:07:35
Black liberation matters
Richard McHard
01:08:58
Specifically what can we do to make education part of the solution?
Carrie Herr
01:11:26
thank
Carrie Herr
01:11:39
Thank you Andre!*
Elita McFadden (They/Them)
01:11:53
Ayeeeee!!! Come through Dr. Weiston
Megan Mansfield
01:11:59
Thank you for sharing and doing the work you do Andre!!
Deborah Duffy (she/her)
01:12:08
Thank you, Andre
Adrineh Gregorian
01:12:22
Thank you Andre!
Dani González
01:12:37
Yes, that part Torie!!! Thank you all for being here
Dani González
01:12:49
To all the panelist*
Laureen
01:15:05
I heard that!
Richard McHard
01:15:30
Healing -> building -> affirming -> succeeding. This worked after 911. This crisis is of similar magnitude.
Elita McFadden (They/Them)
01:16:41
Yessss!!! I’m tired but I’m proud! It’s so bomb to have you in this space Dr. Love!
Dani González
01:16:51
AWWW!! <3 tired but proud, that is healing!!! That is resilience!! Black liberation!
Harpreet Dhir
01:17:00
What is the need of the hour for the Black Lives Movement to create change? A question from my son who prepared food for the protestors. But he wondered if there was something more important that he could do than simply pack food.
Richard McHard
01:17:04
I would love to protest, but the opportunities just aren't there.
Peleise Smith
01:17:26
Remembering… powerful.
Carrie Herr
01:17:42
Thank you Dr. Love! very powerful
Richard McHard
01:18:52
We need to educate the police. We can't do without them. Many of them are allies. The biggest problem is direction from above, especially the president.
Cleopatre Thelus
01:19:29
Dr. Perkins <3 <3
Sergio Gonzalez
01:19:37
Go Dr. Perkins!
Harpreet Dhir
01:19:48
Is there a way to collect topics dealing with racism, so researchers can respond to call for submissions?
Maggie Hawkins (she/her/hers)
01:20:18
So good to hear your wisdom Linda
Latoya Williams
01:20:50
Preach Doc!
Elita McFadden (They/Them)
01:20:56
Say that! Thank you! We love you Dr. Perkins!
Sergio Gonzalez
01:21:08
Preach Dr. Perkins!
Laureen
01:21:09
A word!
Richard McHard
01:21:18
Agreed. This is far worse than the 60s. I was there. That was really bad. This is horrific. Our democratic traditions are being systematically dismantled.
Jenelle Nila
01:21:31
Yes Dr. Perkins!!!!
CGU Students
01:22:04
Is CGU leadership listening?
Dani González
01:22:12
Yes Dr. Perkins call out that systemic racism that is STILL VERY PRESENT TODAY
Cleopatre Thelus
01:22:23
Not a lot has changed- I agree Dr. Perkins!
Lilly Fisher
01:22:28
Love you dr. perkins!
Cindi Gilliland
01:22:31
Thank you Linda you are so wise and strong
Joy Thompson
01:22:32
I appreciate you Dr. Perkins!!
Edren Bartley
01:22:35
That part Dr. Perkins, they are still afraid of us!
Cristal Almonte
01:22:43
Thank you Dr. Perkins!
Libby Curiel
01:22:51
Thank you, Dr. Perkins!
Carrie Herr
01:22:53
thank you Dr. Perkins! well said!
Harpreet Dhir
01:22:54
thank you Dr. Perkins. Very insightful.
Edren Bartley
01:23:00
Thank you Dr. Perkins
Monica Perkins
01:23:23
Thank you, Dr. Perkins!!
Richard McHard
01:23:40
Systematic racism is the worst I have ever seen in my 74+ years -- and I have seen some really bad stuff.
Lesli White
01:23:41
Thank you Prof Perkins! For all your work
01
01:23:54
thank you Dr. Perkins well said
Roshni Lal
01:23:55
Always enlightening to hear about your experiences and your work, Dr. Perkins!
Greta Nagel
01:25:02
Thanks so much, Dr. Linda Perkins. You speak as a true friend and colleague from another woman of the 60s and another anti-deficit warrior. Keep on.
Nicole Blanchette
01:25:52
PREEEAACCCHHHH, Jamira! Very nicely said.
Carrie Herr
01:25:55
thank you Jamira!
Adrineh Gregorian
01:26:05
Thank you for sharing Jamira!
daryl Smith
01:26:22
Thank you all! Kareem Abdul-Jabar recently said he is caught between “hope and history.” Please take care.
Cleopatre Thelus
01:26:32
Thank you, Jamira!
Sergio Gonzalez
01:26:58
yes James Baldwin!!! <3
Lesli White
01:27:07
Jamira, thank you for working growing and sharing your valuable perspective!
Robin Parry
01:28:58
Kaleb -- Thank you for your candor in sharing your challenge between choosing Stokely or MLK paths. Well-said & appreciated.
Elita McFadden (They/Them)
01:29:39
Thank you Jamira! The revolution is with the youth. Thank you for your work!
Richard McHard
01:29:47
A time to kill and a time to heal. A time of war and a time of peace.
Elita McFadden (They/Them)
01:29:51
SES is happy to have you back Dr. Rashad to ensure CGU isn’t “deodorizing what’s funky”!
Joy Thompson
01:30:22
yes!
Laureen
01:30:22
Right!
Colette Bozek
01:30:28
Love it!
Jenelle Nila
01:30:29
We don’t need to reinvent the wheel we need to break it
Cristal Almonte
01:30:37
yes!
Maggie Hawkins (she/her/hers)
01:30:57
Thank you
Elita McFadden (They/Them)
01:31:01
Yes! No redesigning or reimagining without dismantling
Carrie Herr
01:31:09
thank you Dr. Rashad!
Sophia Stier
01:31:13
Thank you!!! Don’t wait for the next generation to make a change in the classroom
Laureen
01:31:13
It’s a great word!
Claire Milam
01:31:19
Thank you..listening
Michael Fletcher
01:32:02
thank you
Lesli White
01:32:04
Speak Linda!!!
Sergio Gonzalez
01:32:13
word!!!!!
Harpreet Dhir
01:32:30
As a teacher, I see racism beginning in early years where students are divided by ability grouping. My perception of ability grouping as segregation isn't shared by most. I see kids in the lowest groups belonging to the marginalized communities. I am wondering what panelists may think of this.
Dani González
01:32:32
“Its a privilege to learn about racism and not experience it daily”
Heidi Kellam
01:32:56
^
Latoya Williams
01:33:44
kids in the “lowest” group?
Harpreet Dhir
01:34:38
Yes, lowest group is what they are called in colloquial converstaions.
Latoya Williams
01:35:17
language... whew! the chat is an active place too.
Latoya Williams
01:35:25
“they”
Harpreet Dhir
01:35:33
Which is unfortunate as our words have become so internalized without giving it a second thought.
Claire Milam
01:35:38
I learned so much when I was a student at Pitzer 1988-1992…Dr Agnes Moreland Jackson and Ruthie Gilmore were some of the professors I learned the most from…I’m not starting over, I’m choosing to embody at a deeper level
Latoya Williams
01:37:20
well... “our” is an assumption. I (as an educator of 25 years) do NOT use that language. sounds like this is a teachable moment for you from the panelist and possibly others in the group.
Elita McFadden (They/Them)
01:37:28
Let’s take ownership when we’re being called in.
Maggie Hawkins (she/her/hers)
01:39:19
Thank you Dr. Linda for calling out false allyship
Cleopatre Thelus
01:39:34
That list is long
Laureen
01:39:45
Love Dr. Perkins.
Elita McFadden (They/Them)
01:39:55
Thank you Dr. WIlliams for your labor in the chat.
Dani González
01:39:59
Thank you Dr. Linda Perkins!! Call it out as it is
Frederick Johnson
01:40:03
I heard that!!!
Krystal Rawls
01:40:06
Thank you Dr. Perkins
Monica Perkins
01:40:11
Yes, Dr. Love!!!!!
Frederick Johnson
01:40:13
Yes...
Elita McFadden (They/Them)
01:40:18
PPPPREAAACHHHHH TOOOO USSSSS
Nicole Blanchette
01:40:20
Agreed!
Elizabeth Rubio
01:40:20
Yes!
Sophia Stier
01:40:21
The language used for Black students is disheartening. Black students are often worded as: lower, under privileged, disadvantaged, socially inept, the list goes on. Moving forward is hard when barriers are in place before we start.
Jenelle Nila
01:40:22
SAY that Dr. Love !
Cristal Almonte
01:40:22
Yes, Dr. Love!!!
Kimberley Dunkley
01:40:24
WORD!!
Reka Barton
01:40:25
Thank you Dr. Love!
Frederick Johnson
01:40:26
rip and replace
Dani González
01:40:29
ABOLISH!!!
Sergio Gonzalez
01:40:42
Thats right!!!!
Heather Mavel
01:40:47
Dr. Perkins—thank you for taking the time tonight, given the fatigue. Truly an honor to hear you speak tonight.
Richard McHard
01:40:48
Yay !!! We need to address where we go from here.
Sergio Gonzalez
01:40:50
Preach Dr. Love!
Joy Thompson
01:41:07
then you have the say and do
Laurie Addison
01:41:10
YES!!!!
Jenelle Nila
01:41:16
whew! Yes!!!
Nicole Blanchette
01:41:16
Let’s do it!
Latoya Williams
01:41:16
I see you Elita and yes, I am here 🙏🏿✊🏿
Cristal Almonte
01:41:25
Yes!
Sergio Gonzalez
01:41:27
say it louder for the people in the back!!!!
James Huerta
01:41:28
But doesn’t that take imagination? Maybe not a reimagination, yet there is a sense of the out, or the outdoors, or something that is speculative. Since, it is something we haven’t known.
Mark Cooper
01:41:33
powerful discourse challenge
Frederick Johnson
01:41:34
Press Go!
Sergio Gonzalez
01:41:39
CGU Needs to be held accountable! the time for change is now
Elita McFadden (They/Them)
01:41:42
Yesssss!! Abolitionist work MUST be proactive!!!
Cleopatre Thelus
01:41:56
Dr. Love said what she said
Bennie Tinson
01:42:08
Speak Truth To Power!
Elita McFadden (They/Them)
01:42:19
Especially trash when that work is just shifted to Black and Brown folx!!
Maggie Hawkins (she/her/hers)
01:42:25
thank you for these beautiful words. Yes, to new structures & new conditions
Christie Borges
01:42:26
This is so helpful. Thank you Dr. Love.
Frederick Johnson
01:42:30
That's right.
Rudy Amaya
01:42:31
That’s right!
kristal Gama
01:42:33
YES!!!
Jenelle Nila
01:42:34
True Elita!
Dani González
01:42:41
YAAAAASSS DR LOVE YOU ARE IT!!!
Margo Cash
01:42:44
Thank you Dr. Love!!!
Peleise Smith
01:42:45
Thank you, Dr. Love.
Frederick Johnson
01:42:46
LOL
Sergio Gonzalez
01:42:50
and it starts with our department and our institution!
Maritza Cha
01:42:51
Thank you, Dr. Love!
Frederick Johnson
01:42:53
Burn it down.
Heather Mavel
01:42:59
Listening, Dr. Love. Learning!! Thank you!
Andre Spicer
01:43:02
yes it is
Cleopatre Thelus
01:43:10
*Community*
Libby Curiel
01:43:11
Yes!
CGU Students
01:43:14
Is CGU leadership listening?
Charmaine Cordero
01:43:16
Thank you, Dr. Love. I wonder how we can abolish the economic system that allows one group of people to control the boards of all of the Fortune 500 companies
Frederick Johnson
01:43:18
This was a perfect storm for all of that.
Andre ChenFeng
01:44:23
Tricia Rose “Structural Racism” out of. Brown Univ. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KT1vsOJctMk
Richard McHard
01:44:33
Economic, business, educational, political structures we need to redefine. We need to take it to this next level.
Jennifer Ortega
01:45:22
Thank you. The links and written repetition of oppressive systems is really helpful.
Reka Barton
01:45:34
I highly recommend reading We Want To Do More Than Survive by Dr. Bettina Love.
Elita McFadden (They/Them)
01:45:48
Yes @Reka
Bettina Love
01:46:05
http://criticalresistance.org/https://fmfp.org/http://blackorganizingproject.org/https://www.assatasdaughters.org/https://www.edliberation.org/https://www.byp100.org/https://t4sj.org/events/t4sj-conference-2019/https://www.radicalhistoryreview.org/abusablepast/reading-towards-abolition-a-reading-list-on-policing-rebellion-and-the-criminalization-of-blackness/Abolition Educational Consultant Firmhttps://www.quetzalec.com/our-team
Angela Solano
01:46:30
Yes@Reka
Elita McFadden (They/Them)
01:46:52
Yesssss! The national equity project is dope! Liberatory Design Frameworks!
Peleise Smith
01:47:03
Thank you, Dr. Love!
Lorine Erika Saito
01:47:25
Yes, thank you Dr. Love. I need to copy and paste them!!
Andre ChenFeng
01:47:27
https://medium.com/national-equity-project/implicit-bias-structural-racism-6c52cf0f4a92
Deborah Baroi
01:47:28
Delpit's research challenged my white teacher assumptions. My lens was cracked. I could not see and I connected with her work. Debbie baroi
Elita McFadden (They/Them)
01:47:29
Thank you for more resources Dr. Love!
Cleopatre Thelus
01:47:43
C’mon, Dr. Rashad— and hiring practices to bring in more Black faculty
Monica Perkins
01:48:08
Thank you, Dr. Love!
Cristal Almonte
01:48:30
Thank you, Dr. Love!
Sergio Gonzalez
01:48:44
yes, thank you Dr. Love!
Jenelle Nila
01:49:15
I need the CGU administrators in this chat to write this down
Latoya Williams
01:49:20
or Reklia Boyd or Breanna Taylor... ✊🏿
Jenelle Nila
01:49:20
and professors
Libby Curiel
01:49:46
Thank you, Dr. Love!
Stephanie Perluss
01:49:49
will links be shared afterward?
Sergio Gonzalez
01:49:53
how will CGU administration take this wisdom and implement it into our institution?
Dani González
01:50:14
Why was this not mandatory for all of CGU professors, staff, leadership?
Elijah Falk
01:50:14
^great question @sergio!
Libby Curiel
01:50:21
Thank you, Dr. Rashad!
Mark Cooper
01:50:53
yes please
Peleise Smith
01:50:56
That’d be wonderful. Thank you!
Jenelle Nila
01:50:58
Thank you Dr. Rashad
Jenelle Nila
01:51:05
Thanks you Dr. Love
Carrie Herr
01:51:09
“They shall build up the ancient ruins; they shall raise up the former devastations; they shall repair the ruined cities, the devastations of many generations.” Isaiah 61:4
Carter Stripp
01:51:26
save chat in bottom right corner!
Straun Joseph
01:51:27
Already copied and pasted them in a doc Thank you Dr. Love
Kaleb Rashad
01:51:29
https://nationalequityproject.org/
Cindi Gilliland
01:51:31
Thank you, Panelists!!
Libby Curiel
01:51:32
If you click on the three dots to the right in the chat, you can save chat from there.
Joy Brenneman
01:51:34
Thank you for sending resources! I’m looking forward to that research l.
CGU Students
01:51:40
This panel has done more for Black students at CGU than our administration.
Kimberly Gonzalez
01:51:42
thank you so much! It is truly appreciated
Ariel Carpenter
01:51:45
Thank you, Dr. Rashad and Dr. Love! Great resources
Mark Cooper
01:51:51
Dr Rashad - your grounded passion is inspiring
Kaleb Rashad
01:51:54
https://www.racialequityinstitute.com/
Bennie Tinson
01:51:55
Thanks book list is very helpful.
Richard McHard
01:51:56
Really good stuff! Maybe the next president (not Trump, PLEASE!) could create a cabinet level arm with substantial representation from marginalized groups to focus on structural change.
Dani González
01:52:01
Thank you Dr. Rashad
Mark Cooper
01:52:29
Dr Love - you have really challenged my own paradigms through your talk
Kaleb Rashad
01:52:34
https://promise54.org/
Heather Mavel
01:52:49
Thank you, Dr. Rashad! So grateful for the resources.
Kaleb Rashad
01:52:58
http://www.liberatingstructures.com/
Kaleb Rashad
01:53:30
https://nsrfharmony.org/
James Huerta
01:53:33
WORD!
Andre ChenFeng
01:53:46
Question for Torie: How can we abolish and start the decolonizing process at CGU? I want to hear more about how doc students, profs, deans and CGU leadership can center scholarship and voices around community-responsive and not continue to be complicit in BIPOC oppressive structures.
Roshni Lal
01:53:52
For those of us who are trying to create spaces and areas of dialogue for our university students, what do the panelists recommend or suggest for effective programming that provides proactive ways for university students to channel emotions and thoughts into positive practical change?
Richard McHard
01:54:14
Forge the bridge -- love it! I am a bridge builder. Change needs to come from the marginalized but needs to connect with everyone.
Mark Cooper
01:55:17
Linda - you have the necessary perspective that provides big picture that expresses the generation long normative discourse that pervades existing societal structures
Sergio Gonzalez
01:55:30
@Andre ChengFeng, Doc students do, the structures that currently exist create barriers when we incorporate, WOC feminism, BFT, Chicana Feminism, Jotería Pedagogy in our scholarship at CGU
Dani González
01:55:37
What do our panelists think about voting?
Kaleb Rashad
01:55:38
Lisa Delpit, Gloria Ladson-Billings, Chris Emdin, b. hooks, Jeff Dunacan Andrade for a DOPE vision of learning
Dani González
01:56:19
Yes thank you Jamira!!!
Richard McHard
01:56:19
Love it! White folks like myself being willing to take risks that they don't have to.
Elita McFadden (They/Them)
01:56:39
We here for you to flip the script!!!
Maggie Hawkins (she/her/hers)
01:56:40
Please go for it Torie
Lori Anne Ferrell
01:56:42
Must leave now, thank you very much.
Dani González
01:56:51
DO IT!! Abolish the script! :D
Elita McFadden (They/Them)
01:56:52
And Black Trans Folx!
Joy Thompson
01:56:55
yeeeeees
Maritza Cha
01:56:56
YES!
Nicole Blanchette
01:57:00
!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Martha Morales
01:57:02
These scholars have dedicated themselves to the type of education that will liberate all - good teaching is inclusive teaching. CGU needs to center these scholars and their expertise, not just in response to extreme racial crisis
Bettina Love
01:57:04
https://time.com/5847970/police-brutality-black-women-girls/
Krystal Rawls
01:57:09
SPPPEEEEEAAAAAAK
Liz Ramos
01:57:11
!!!!!
Maggie Hawkins (she/her/hers)
01:57:16
Yes re: reactions re: black Trans folx
Ariel Carpenter
01:58:13
thatʻs so true
Joy Thompson
01:58:37
say it
Krystal Rawls
01:58:40
Shirley Chisolm!!!!
Ryan Finley
01:58:57
yesssssssss
Joy Thompson
01:59:08
YES
Elita McFadden (They/Them)
01:59:11
YESSSSSSSSSS
Latoya Williams
01:59:13
it’s important to have a global conversation when we think of how patriarchy is situated in the African Diaspora
Maggie Hawkins (she/her/hers)
01:59:18
say it
kristal Gama
01:59:19
YESSS
Madeleine Kiuttu
01:59:24
<3
Monica Perkins
01:59:28
YES
Cristal Almonte
01:59:36
YES!
Dani González
01:59:58
Tony Mcdade <3
Jenelle Nila
02:00:13
absolutely
Peleise Smith
02:00:22
Does Dr. Love teach a class? I need to enroll.
Adrineh Gregorian
02:00:26
Yesss!!!
Charmaine Cordero
02:00:31
And why has the pressure to arrest the officers involved with Breonna Taylor's death been so much less than for George Floyd?
Andre Spicer
02:00:41
powerful
Elita McFadden (They/Them)
02:00:55
And cisexism! And homophobia and allllllaadat
Stephanie Perluss
02:01:02
I teach in a primarily Latinx school. I am Latinx. So, how can I show my students that our history as BIPOC is a shared history of suppression? they often only hear of MLK and Malcolm X, but there’s got to be resources out there for us to teach a better more true history. Help!
Elita McFadden (They/Them)
02:01:41
Read Push Out Dr. Morris — she just released a whole documentary
Cristal Almonte
02:02:13
@Stephanie so many resources have been shared.
Andre ChenFeng
02:02:40
https://www.amazon.com/Transformative-Ethnic-Studies-Schools-Multicultural/dp/0807763454/ref=tmm_pap_swatch_0?_encoding=UTF8&qid=1591665540&sr=1-2 https://www.rethinkingschools.org/books/title/rethinking-ethnic-studies
James Huerta
02:02:42
@ Stephanie - check zinnia’s ed project
James Huerta
02:02:50
Zinnia’s ed project
Gregory Corbin
02:02:58
Crucify Model - Problem Reaction and Solution
James Huerta
02:03:11
https://www.zinnedproject.org/
Bettina Love
02:03:27
https://www.aljazeera.com/indepth/features/2015/09/race-herstory-150904052450065.html
Latoya Williams
02:03:41
I peeped that too
Latoya Williams
02:04:00
a gold casket?!?!
James Huerta
02:04:24
Paul Ortiz book - An African American and Latinx History of the United States
Shirlie Mae Choe
02:04:25
Algorithms of Oppression: How Search Engines Reinforce Racism by Dr. Safiya Umoja Noble
Andre ChenFeng
02:04:44
@ Stephanie - https://www.americatomerealtalk.com/ How to talk about race (for educators) E1 Episode OneContext Matters: The Permanence of RacismAmerica to Me focuses on a year at Chicago’s Oak Park and River Forest High School (OPRFHS), widely considered to be a safe, well-integrated, academically strong school. In Episode 1, we meet some of its students of color and their families, who have sacrificed to live in this popular district. Their stories begin to reveal the racial cracks and realities of the permanence of racism. (Free for teachers)
Elita McFadden (They/Them)
02:05:44
https://www.instagram.com/p/CAvmPPspkyd/ @theconsciouskid🚨It's never too early to talk about race.🚨
Patrick Hansen-Schmitt
02:06:08
Yes! Love the shoutout of Jessie Stovall and America to Me!
Maggie Hawkins (she/her/hers)
02:06:33
Thank you!
Stephanie Perluss
02:06:45
thank you everyone. amazing resources.
Dani González
02:07:32
Yessss abolish property tax being what funds schools
Andre ChenFeng
02:07:50
For Algorithms of Oppression also see Dr. Ruha Benjamin’s work around ‘The New Jim Code” https://cyber.harvard.edu/events/new-jim-code
Elita McFadden (They/Them)
02:08:23
Continuum on Becoming an Anti-Racist, Multicultural Institutionhttps://racc.org/wp-content/uploads/buildingblocks/foundation/Continuum%20on%20Becoming%20an%20Anti-Racist,%20Multicultural%20Institution.pdf
Andre ChenFeng
02:10:31
Thanks Elita - I was looking for something like those for my teacher education candidates.
Peleise Smith
02:11:37
When you know where you come from, you know where you’re going! Amen.
James Huerta
02:11:40
Thank you Elita!
Peleise Smith
02:11:49
Thank you, Dr. Rashad!
Elita McFadden (They/Them)
02:11:55
Dr. Rashad did a shout out to National Equity Project and here is a resource…“Consider this deck your handy toolkit for practicing Liberatory Design”. https://dschool.stanford.edu/resources/liberatory-design-cards
Elita McFadden (They/Them)
02:12:24
Bomb question! Thank you Dr. Weison!
James Huerta
02:14:14
How can we include a critique of capitalism as an accomplice if not an essential part of racism?
EB
02:14:57
^^^^^ what do we do with private schools attempting to commit themselves to abolitionist work???
Jenelle Nila
02:15:26
They do the work the institution is supposed to do
Elita McFadden (They/Them)
02:15:39
Yesssssssssss!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
James Huerta
02:15:43
^^^^ - or even public schools committed to capitalist models?
Laureen
02:15:55
Thabk
Talia Bowman
02:16:09
Organizing and solidarity = key to movement
Cristal Almonte
02:16:18
That’s right!
James Huerta
02:16:23
It wont!!!
Laureen
02:16:24
thank you for saying this... this is going to be the essential piece of defunding the police
Jenelle Nila
02:16:36
yes!!!
Ashley Hines
02:16:42
who in higher ed is doing this work well?
Peleise Smith
02:16:50
To be a billionaire means to under pay people… undercut people. Preach!!
Cristal Almonte
02:16:55
Yes, Dr. Love!!
Dani González
02:17:24
Yes. Stop glorifying capitalism!!!! Dr. Love, again, you are it!! Power to the people
James Huerta
02:17:36
Thank you Dr. Love!
Laureen
02:18:02
organizing!
Krystal Rawls
02:18:03
Wow Dr. Love you say it all
Laureen
02:18:05
https://www.pisab.org
Madeleine Kiuttu
02:18:12
Chills!! Love Dr. Perkins
CGU Students
02:18:19
@cgustudents are doing collaborative organizing and connecting with those across the 7cs. Follow us and reach out to us on IG.
Sergio Gonzalez
02:18:47
Yes, it takes a lot more than just reports!
Richard McHard
02:19:08
Privatizing government functions disembodies those functions from public service and goals beyond profit motives.
DeLacy.Ganley@cgu.edu
02:19:37
Classic! Dr. Perkins was Stovall's advisor!!
Richard McHard
02:19:38
Yes, money can be found if the leadership has the will.
Dani González
02:21:14
CGU needs to make dismantling systemic racism and white supremacy through an abolitionist lens a priority.
Torie Weiston-Serdan
02:21:14
Institutional Priority
Fab
02:21:35
Preach, Dr. Perkins.
Jenelle Nila
02:21:48
Shout out to Dr. Perkins who literally stands up and advocates for Black and Brown students DAILY especially behind doors. She does so much emotional labor that she isn’t paid for and works in two different departments and thats not even all of it
CGU Students
02:21:49
Len Jessup must make Black students, staff, and faculty CGU's institutional priority
Dani González
02:22:10
^ yes!
Elita McFadden (They/Them)
02:22:15
@CGUstudents And community members!
Sergio Gonzalez
02:22:20
^yesssss!!!!
Libby Curiel
02:22:22
So grateful for Dr. Perkins!
Martha Morales
02:23:09
How often does CGU collaborate with school districts outside of Claremont?
Monique Posadas
02:23:19
THANK YOU DR. PERKINS!
Dani González
02:23:58
Thank you Dr. Perkins
EB
02:23:58
Yes.
Richard McHard
02:24:07
GREAT question! The wider the base for change, the better chance to effect change.
Andre ChenFeng
02:24:35
If You Want To Be Anti-Racist, This Non-Optical Allyship Guide Is Required Reading (https://www.vogue.co.uk/arts-and-lifestyle/article/non-optical-ally-guide)
Maggie Hawkins (she/her/hers)
02:24:37
Thank you Dr. Linda. We are dealing with these issues in my dept. right now. Commitment and where the priorities are is key.
Adrineh Gregorian
02:25:11
Well said Jamira!
Heidi Kellam
02:25:22
Andre I'm getting an error with that link. Could you double check it, please?
Dani González
02:25:26
Yes Jamira!!
Elita McFadden (They/Them)
02:25:29
That part!
Sergio Gonzalez
02:25:30
amen!!!!!
Reka Barton
02:25:32
THAT PART
Richard McHard
02:25:35
Yes, the discussion needs to get to action plans and funding.
Gina M. Newton
02:25:38
BOOM!
Sergio Gonzalez
02:25:41
PLEASE TAKE NOTE!!!!!!!
Dani González
02:25:44
THAT PAAARTTTTTT
Maggie Hawkins (she/her/hers)
02:25:45
Thank you
Ruqayya Khan
02:26:04
Linda Perkins cares a lot about people of color —including CGU faculty and students of color, how are they doing, what resources do they have and do they have leadership opptys at CGU.
Cynthia Salas
02:26:24
can we have all the resources shared via email please :)
Shirlie Mae Choe
02:26:46
Resources for non-Black Asians on Anti-Blackness https://docs.google.com/document/d/1I1BUMrKPUaERiph_3Arq8_MqQ2SDqdpF7mxQXt3_DTs/edit?usp=sharing
CGU Students
02:26:57
Follow @CGUStudents on Instagram to join us in demanding CGU to center and prioritize their marginalized students with long-term, sustainable, and proactive systems, structures and policies.
Dani González
02:27:27
Yes!!! So many orgs already doing this work- its up to white non-black POC to do the research, find them and get involved
Laureen
02:27:32
lots to say
Sheila Lefor
02:27:49
Thank you, Shirlie Mae Choe.
Krystal Rawls
02:28:19
Voluntold lololol good work Dr. Perkins
Elita McFadden (They/Them)
02:28:24
YESSSSSS!!!!
Jenelle Nila
02:28:27
How about you listen to your students
Guadalupe Munoz
02:28:27
How can educators combat disproportionality in their schools?
Sergio Gonzalez
02:28:27
that is exactly what’s going on at CGU
Cindi Gilliland
02:28:32
Thank you all for this great discussion, information, and resources!
Kimberly Gonzalez
02:28:36
I have to run but thank you so much for all the information and wonderful resources! Super thankful for this space to learn!
kristal Gama
02:28:37
YES
Dani González
02:28:39
YAAAAASSSSS DR. LOVE!!!
Maggie Hawkins (she/her/hers)
02:28:47
Thank you!
Elita McFadden (They/Them)
02:28:49
Back again to my first comment!!! We need more than your optical allyship!!
Richard McHard
02:28:54
How do we go from here to defining goals, planning action, and executing plans?
Fab
02:28:54
Show us by paying our tuition.
Dani González
02:28:56
SHOW US AND SHOW UP
Mark Cooper
02:29:04
How do we get our organisations to "see" themselves... critically
Jenelle Nila
02:29:05
Listen to understand not to respond
Dani González
02:29:40
CGU leadership are you listening?
Heather Mavel
02:29:42
POWERFUL, Dr. Love!
Sergio Gonzalez
02:29:44
be PROACTIVE NOT REACTIVE!
Mark Cooper
02:29:57
there is a big devide between "what" should be done, and "how"...
Jenelle Nila
02:30:02
don’t tell us “that’s just your experience” “please don’t share it with the first years”
Cristal Almonte
02:30:05
institutional violence
Sheila Lefor
02:30:08
Thank you, EVERYONE, for sharing and teaching. Very powerful words, indeed.
Andre ChenFeng
02:30:14
as an institution, be transformative and not transactional.
Cristal Almonte
02:31:16
Don’t silence your students
Dani González
02:31:30
Beautifully said!!! Thank you Jamira
Elita McFadden (They/Them)
02:31:43
Also, Yesss @CGUstudents and Dani! Join us!! Black Folx let’s do collective action and collective healing <3
Richard McHard
02:32:43
The past that ultra-conservatives want to go back to never existed.
Gina M. Newton
02:32:48
Again.. BOOM! Thank you Dr. Perkins V-O-T-W!!!
Libby Curiel
02:32:51
What is our next step at CGU? How can the institution engage students to learn about their experiences beyond a survey and how will that content inform changes people need to see?
Laureen
02:32:57
I appreciate CGU for putting on this panel to dive into this important conversation and I want to remind non-Black folks who are wanting to step up and support this movement that supporting the movement/allyship and co-opting are not the same. In Oakland I am witnessing this first hand and non-Black folks are trying to situate their issues of how to beat handle what’s going on within the movement itself. Inevitably, it’s placing Black folks in a position to take care of others instead of centering ya right now. in a nutshell... don’t assume what we need as Black folks. Ask... we will tell you... then get to work. and suppo
Krystal Rawls
02:33:02
What are the next steps.
Gina M. Newton
02:33:15
ooops… V-O-T-E!
EB
02:33:40
Yes!!!
Elita McFadden (They/Them)
02:33:50
That was a whole wooooooorddd Laureen!!!
Kelly Grkinich
02:33:52
Yes Please! Thanks!
Maggie Hawkins (she/her/hers)
02:34:03
Thank you thank you for the wisdom & resources. Got to go to class.
Dani González
02:34:24
CGU should use its privilege as a prominent institution to engage people in surrounding communities (Claremont, upland, Pomona, Montclair, Ontario) to go out and vote
Mark Cooper
02:34:26
I really like Kaleb's idea of "auditing" the policies and contrasting with the lived experiences of student
Sergio Gonzalez
02:34:44
preach Dr. Laurene Adams!!!!
Jenelle Nila
02:34:48
Well said Dr. Adams
Diane Chase
02:34:48
thank you - need to sign off now
Liz Ramos
02:34:49
Yes- VOTE. We need to preregister students. We need to help students to see their power in voting and holding politicians accountable.
Sergio Gonzalez
02:34:59
Laureen*
Susan
02:35:03
Sorry, have to leave. Powerful session, thanks for organizing.
Verónica González
02:35:33
+ Lets support Ethnic Studies efforts at our districts. CA Ethnic Studies bill didn’t pass at the state level but districts still have the power to implement Ethnic Studies requirements for HS graduation.
Elita McFadden (They/Them)
02:35:37
I’m for voting but let’s also not forget that there is racial disenfranchisement of the Black vote due to the very police state that we are talking about dismantling…don’t use this to silence Black folx.
Judy Seligman
02:36:00
Thank you, speakers. This discussion needs to continue.
Andre ChenFeng
02:36:28
Resource: https://www.haymarketbooks.org/events 6/8 The Fire This Time: The New Uprising Against Racism and Police Violence (Keeanga-Yamahtta Taylor and Marc Lamont Hill); *6/23* Brian Jones in conversation with Bettina Love about abolitionist teaching and the schools our children deserve.
Liz Ramos
02:36:34
Yes- interrogate the world. Like Rep. Lewis says #GoodTrouble. Show students how to examine politics at school and use their voice. Empower their sense of agency and efficacy!
Richard McHard
02:37:03
Love it! Alliances across boundaries.
Laureen
02:37:07
whew.... the poor white folk convo. Read Dr. Tiffany Willoughby-Herard’s work from (UC Irvine)
Sophia Stier
02:37:13
White audience, don’t assume because you know some Black persons that you have a full scope of understanding. Whether a friend, colleague, partner, parent, there’s something to learn. We (Black people) are not a cyborg. Please stop thinking if you know one of us, you know all of us.
Gregory Corbin
02:37:20
Decolonize your mind, heart and spirit !
Dani González
02:37:31
We also need to intersect indigenous communities within this issue, if we’re for defend police we should also be for abolish ICE and vice versa
Maggie Hawkins (she/her/hers)
02:37:35
Thank you
Laureen
02:37:44
tell that @elita
Dani González
02:37:48
defund****
Dani González
02:37:50
LOL
Janette Neumann
02:37:51
Maybe it's about abolish AND transform. We need both verbs!
Laurie Addison
02:38:57
Thank you so much... I continue to listen and move into action and will not stop...this was powerful!
Jenelle Nila
02:39:11
Thank you Jamira!
Maggie Hawkins (she/her/hers)
02:39:18
Keep saying thank you
Donna Rowe
02:39:29
I appreciate your comment Sophia, because when anyone thinks they know a group based on one or two examples it reinforces the stereotypes that we are trying to dismantle.
Elita McFadden (They/Them)
02:39:45
I Love you Dr. Perkins <3
Laureen
02:39:50
let’s also keep in mind that before folks can lead young people in doing this work they hve yo so this work for themselves first. Otherwose, we will bring additional harm to an institution that already does enough harm.
Cristal Almonte
02:40:04
Well said Laureen!
Laureen
02:40:08
Examining self is critical in this work
Laureen
02:40:17
I’m L.B. actually
Laureen
02:40:26
Dr. L.B. Williams
Naomi
02:40:33
Remember Maya Angelou sort of saying that as well
Laureen
02:40:33
Laureen is a sista and a classmate
CGU Students
02:40:54
https://msha.ke/cgustudents a few resources we have put together.
Maggie Hawkins (she/her/hers)
02:40:58
Thank you Dr. Linda
Sophia Stier
02:41:10
Just read a paper and there was a powerful statement, that I think most Black women may understand:”They tell me who I should be, before I have a chance to know who I am.”
Laureen
02:41:15
I admire her work so it’s a compliment to be called her
Elita McFadden (They/Them)
02:41:40
OOoOOoo Yes! Dr. L.B. Williams
Elita McFadden (They/Them)
02:41:47
Wait…..Dr. Moore is gone?!
Tricia Kading
02:42:01
I try and struggle to inspire HOPE for my 7th graders in San Bernardino. Any ideas?
Laureen
02:42:08
i mean... for a lil humor: Black folks ain’t supposed to look alike in achat room. it’s a chat room 🤷🏿‍♀️🤣
Martha Morales
02:42:36
What happened to the student voice?
Elita McFadden (They/Them)
02:42:53
Where is the student voice???
Megan Mansfield
02:42:59
Thank you to the panelists for everything you have shared!
James Huerta
02:43:02
Thank you!
Richard McHard
02:43:03
Love the emphasis on love!
Deborah Duffy (she/her)
02:43:04
Thank you to all the panelists and the organizers. This was incredibly helpful and insightful!
Liz Ramos
02:43:31
Thank you SO much to all of the panelists!
Lilly
02:43:37
I second @Deborah Duffy ’s comment
Jamira Burley
02:43:39
thanks for having us and for being so engaged
Nia Rashidchi
02:43:45
Thank you so much…I have learned so much and know that I got much work to do!
Adrineh Gregorian
02:43:46
Thank you! This was great. Can we continue having these types of conferences?
Michael Fletcher
02:43:50
thank you for a much needed conversation.
Jenelle Nila
02:43:51
Thank you all for your time and knowledge this includes the Black folks in the chat
Bennie Tinson
02:43:52
Thank You Panelists!
Tricia Kading
02:44:05
Thank you all for your time and inspiration.
Lilly
02:44:06
Thank you for everyone’s time and for the panelists’s insight
Monique Posadas
02:44:07
Thank all the panelists for this labor of love. Your energy is seen and appreciated. But it is in us to do our part!
Dani González
02:44:11
THAT PART!!!!!
Monica Perkins
02:44:12
PREACH!!!!!
Anthony Prud’homme
02:44:13
truth
Christie Borges
02:44:14
Thank you to all the speakers today and for the resources and allowing me to listen.
Kia Darling-Hammond
02:44:20
!!!!!!!!
Lilly
02:44:21
its time for action
Cristal Almonte
02:44:28
YES!!
Cynthia Salas
02:44:28
Thank you for putting this together :)
Sergio Gonzalez
02:44:30
everyday that you don’t learn students are dropping out!
Joy Thompson
02:44:32
Thank you all for this!
Dani González
02:44:35
Catch up cause the bus left a while ago!!
Dani González
02:44:38
THANK YOU ALLLL!!!
Elita McFadden (They/Them)
02:44:38
YEESSSSSSSSSSS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Y’ALL ARE SO BOMBBBBBBBBBBB!!!!!!!
Guadalupe Munoz
02:44:40
Thank you!
Andy Behr
02:44:40
There may be some things we don’t understand, but we all can empathize.
Elvia Flores
02:44:41
Thank you to everyone!
Jessica Csanky
02:44:41
Thank you so very much.
Libby Curiel
02:44:46
Thank you, everyone!
Nicole Blanchette
02:44:46
Thank you all for your time and knowledge! Knowledge is power!
Yoenesha Ortiz
02:44:51
Very powerful. Thank you!
Dani González
02:44:52
THANK YOU TORIE!!!
Samara Suafoa
02:44:53
Thank you for the honest conversations!
Gloria Gonzalez
02:44:55
THANK YOU SO MUCH!!!
Monique Posadas
02:44:57
Love to you all!
Norma Hernandez
02:44:58
Thank you all!
Raylene Luna
02:44:58
Thank you panelists!!!!!!!
Elijah Falk
02:45:04
Thank you so much!!!
Robin Parry
02:45:08
Yes, thank you all our panelists for the thought-provoking commentary, resources, and the opportunity to become aware and learn from you!!
Dani González
02:45:11
Thank you panelist!!!!
catherine mayfield
02:45:14
Thank you all for your wisdom and energy. Let's move forward together.
Linda Lam
02:45:22
Thank you!!!!
Dani González
02:45:27
I appreciate the honest and real conversation
Talia Bowman
02:45:31
Yes! Thank you, all.
Lilly Fisher
02:45:31
Thank you all for your thoughts and your time!!
Nina Karnovsky
02:45:32
THANK YOU!
Jennifer Ortega
02:45:37
Thank you!
Maritza Cha
02:45:42
Thank you! I hope this conversation continues
Anthony Prud’homme
02:45:44
thank you!
Patricia Easton
02:45:45
thank you all!
Lorine Erika Saito
02:45:47
Thank you all very much!!!
Guadalupe Munoz
02:45:47
YES
Kia Darling-Hammond
02:45:48
Yes!
Adrineh Gregorian
02:45:50
Please send emails
Michael Fletcher
02:45:51
yes
James Huerta
02:45:54
Sounds good!
Kia Darling-Hammond
02:45:54
Send those emails
Lilly
02:45:55
Yes
Pheakdey Ung
02:45:55
Thank you!
Quamina Carter
02:45:56
Thank you!!!!
Tricia Kading
02:46:01
Yes.
Jerome Fenning
02:46:10
GREATLY APPRECIATE EVERYONE'S EFFORTS IN CONDUCTING AND PARTICIPATING IN THIS FORUM
Deborah Duffy (she/her)
02:46:17
YES!!! I love that idea of public art as it speaks to equity issues and racism
Rachel Camacho
02:46:20
Thank you SES for the leadership and critical conversations this evening.
SR
02:46:21
Thank you!
Kia Darling-Hammond
02:46:21
Thank you! My spirit is warmed.
Carrie Herr
02:46:23
thank you DeLacy, Torrie and Dr. Love and all panelists
Elita McFadden (They/Them)
02:46:23
Are you hosting a Dean forum for students?
Gisele Corletto
02:46:26
Thank you!
kristal Gama
02:46:26
Thank you all so much for your time, knowledge and for the work you do!
Kelly Grkinich
02:46:27
Thank you all so much!!! I’m learning so much and really appreciate you taking your time and energy for us!!
Jessica Csanky
02:46:29
csankyart@gmail.com
Shelby Lamar
02:46:31
Thank you all!
Linda Melendez
02:46:36
tank you
Brian Dennis
02:46:37
Thank you!
Jessica Csanky
02:46:39
Thank you again.
Tayo Arikenbi
02:46:40
this has been an education. thank you
N. Leticia Cervantes
02:46:47
thank you
Brenda Tilford
02:46:49
Thank you!