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Black History Learning Journey - Series 2: Webinar 2 - Shared screen with speaker view
Alexandra Theroux (She/Her), CSCNS
20:51
Hi Everyone, Thank you for joining us today! Please reach out to me via the chat (here) or in the Q&A if you're experiencing any audio/connectivity issues throughout the webinar. I will do my best to help you troubleshoot. - Alexandra
Kathy
58:19
Sobaz, such powerful work you are doing. Thank you for sharing.
Elyse
58:35
incredible hearing from Sobaz, I had the pleasure of having Sobaz address a few of my classes in Criminology at SMU years ago. Incredible influence
Emma Beukema
01:00:18
Reminder folks, if you have any questions for the panellists to please post it in the Q&A and we will ask the panellists once they have all spoken.
Sylvia
01:39:42
If the system won't name it - it can't be 'effectively' addressed.
Senator Wanda Bernard
01:39:49
I do have to leave at about 145 to take my grandson to an activity that he does on Tuesdays as part of his home schooling.
Annette
01:47:09
Thank you all for this enlightening discussion. Unfortunately I have to log off early for an appointment.
Kathy
01:48:28
Appreciating your words El. Please keep talking. Learning lots
Vanessa Fells
01:56:47
Book: How to be Antiracist by Ibram X Kendi
Emma Beukema
01:57:25
“The root of racism isn’t people, but the policies that cause racial inequity and injustice. It’s those policies that we need to focus on changing” Ibram X Kendi
Senator Wanda Bernard
01:58:37
My plans just changed so I can stay until the end.
elizabeth
01:59:06
COMMENT: thank you everyone for your responses to the question -they were very helpful as we continue to learn and understand the world we live in
Wendy
02:05:46
Kids are listening. The kids are learning of the racism and it is amazing to see the increased interest across many different cultures, ethnic groups and religious groups that are very interested in equity. There is one race, the human race. We must stay vigilant about the fight for equity.
Sylvia
02:05:48
Our beautiful children and families are being diminished by the ongoing violence of microaggressions and subtle acts of exclusion. It feeds our anxiety and undermines us. I speak from personal experience of the interaction of justice /policing in my family. I offer my self up as a site of discussion and while feeling vulnerable I want to be supported and nurtured. I am open storying together for change.
Erika
02:10:21
Thank you all so much for the insightful discussion and reminding us that we always have work to continue to do and always be working on ourselves and being aware of our biases and always working towards being anti-racist.
Sylvia
02:12:16
Thank you.
Wendy
02:12:16
Thank you for your passion and dedication to change.
Michelle
02:12:44
Thank you all so much
Maria
02:12:54
Thank you all so much!!!!!
Morgan
02:13:01
Thank you so much to all of you! This was incredible. Lots to bring back to my team!
Lauren
02:13:02
Thank you!
Frances MacEachen
02:13:03
Thanks for allowing us to listen and learn.
Mouna
02:13:17
Thank you all for what you do!!
Heather
02:13:24
thank you
Erika
02:13:27
Thank you all so much!
Holly
02:13:33
Thank you:)
Soroush
02:13:35
Thank you all so much! Very informative!
Bronwyn
02:14:20
Thank you
Krista
02:14:28
Thank you!
Stephanie
02:14:30
Thank you