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Houselessness and the environment - panel discussion - Shared screen with speaker view
Katie Gavares (They/She)
18:07
Hi everyone, welcome! Feel free to switch your zoom speaker view to see all our wonderful panelists today!
Ellie Taylor (She/Her)
24:44
Organizations such as Central City Concern and Rapid Response have often treated houseless folks and their property in ways that has created a culture of trauma and distrust in institutions, especially given the city government's ruling faction has supported those inhumane actions.
Rhonan Eshoo
34:46
Heartbreaking.
Monique Jones (she|her)
34:53
Truly
Leander Lacy
35:28
wow
WM Jackie Lang
35:39
Nili - Sooooo powerful.
Yetzia (she/her)
36:10
❤️ so moving - Thank you, thank you, thank you
WM Jackie Lang
36:11
How are you sharing this in the community?
Jon Blasher (he/him)
36:12
very moving
Gaylen Beatty she/her
36:26
Heartbreaking. Thank you RID patrol for so much heart in this work.
WM Jackie Lang
37:26
It also shows Metro taking a humanitarian approach.
Christine Lewis [she/her]
37:26
Thank you Nili- for being here and for all of your work!
Emily Kitali (she/her)
37:38
ME too!
Patrick Stark (He/Him)
37:46
Thank you. So important to see what houseless life really looks like and what positive interactions look like.
WM Jackie Lang
37:58
That was wrenching
Katie Gavares (They/She)
38:56
Thank you all for your participation in the chat! We will have audience Q&A for the last 15 mins of the panel.
Joe Walsh
46:19
FYI, Gresham's Homeless Services Team is still operating despite the cut to the Neighborhood Enforcement Team.
WM Jackie Lang
47:00
More people need to see this video! TY Nili and to Metro.
Nili Yosha, (she) Outside the Frame
48:22
Thank you. Here is the link, feel free to share! Or host an Outside the Frame screening in your community! https://vimeo.com/otfpdx/riders
Ted Labbe (UGI - he/him)
51:55
Steve in the video knows a lot more about the origins of green stormwater infrastructure in Portland than the average Portlander.
Ted Labbe (UGI - he/him)
52:26
Kudos to the City of Portland Bureau of Environmental Services and the Central Eastside Industrial Council for supporting this important work by Ground Score!
Ellie Taylor (She/Her)
57:49
Is there any data on wildfires resulting from houseless encampments in greenspaces?
Ted Labbe (UGI - he/him)
58:50
Thanks for your questions attendees. We are moving towards a Q&A session!
Punneh [She|her]
59:13
The link below shows the garbage that RID Patrol responds too. Most of the garbage we respond to is dumped by people who are housed.
Punneh [She|her]
59:15
https://drcmetro.maps.arcgis.com/apps/opsdashboard/index.html#/ab7f27b71fff4359812d7c147809a8e6
Ted Labbe (UGI - he/him)
01:01:52
Attendees: please put your questions in the chat!
Hannah Buehler (she/they)
01:04:42
Resting Safe, a project of Right 2 Survive, has been working to create flyers made by and for unhoused folks on fire safety, mold and mildew and pest control
Hannah Buehler (she/they)
01:06:03
https://www.restingsafe.org/
Ted Labbe (UGI - he/him)
01:06:03
If attendees have further reflections and thoughts on this session, please contribute your ideas and reflections to us via the TIA video booth here: https://gratavid.com/note?noteId=24311e59-0c73-4b42-a843-88bc67bc1ac8&cId=a299dcf1c0cad5ae4067e79ee8089e9a976169dd0dd7959f8b9ddb4b24c861c4
Jan Wilson
01:08:32
👏
Ellie Taylor (She/Her)
01:09:18
Use your voice for those who have none.
Rhonan Eshoo
01:10:48
Excellent point Roy!
Ellie Taylor (She/Her)
01:11:24
Yes, absolutely. Changing our terminology will be important for facilitating a change in the way that some of the more privileged housed folks view the houseless.
Monique Jones (she|her)
01:12:09
Thank You Panelist!
Ted Labbe (UGI - he/him)
01:12:09
we have a 10 min break
WM Jackie Lang
01:12:18
Great work, Hannah.
Ted Labbe (UGI - he/him)
01:12:19
the next session begins at 350p
Jon Blasher (he/him)
01:12:28
Thank you panelists!