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Equity Works Community Series: Session 6 (with Zoom Link) - Shared screen with speaker view
Tracey Clark
14:50
Tracey Clark, ASAP Hub
Stephanie C.
15:06
Stephanie Carmer - NAACP
Cyrus Screwvala
15:08
Cyrus Screwvala, Assistant Professor Ivy Tech Columbus.
Jim Roberts
15:18
Jim Roberts, Bartholomew Consolidated Schools
Jeff Hartz
15:19
Jeff Hartz, East Indiana AHEC
Cheryl Buffo
15:21
Good afternoon! Cheryl Buffo, CRH and ASAP
Chris Price
15:25
Chris Price, Cummins and United Way Impact Chair!
Maria Rising
15:25
Maria Rising Su Casa, Family School Partners
Holly Tracy
15:29
Holly Tracy - Thrive Alliance
Tracy Heaton
15:30
Tracy Heaton de Martinez, Turning Point
Tyler Henkle TASC
15:32
Tyler Henkle, TASC
Joy Basa King
15:33
Hello, Joy King, United Way of Bartholomew County
Mik
15:35
Mik Lomax - Columbus SURJ (Showing Up for Racial Justice)
Stephanie Cunningham
15:35
Stephanie Cunningham, Turning Point Domestic Violence Services
Kathy Oren
15:40
Hello! Kathy Oren, Community Education Coalition
Marsha VanNahmen
15:40
Marsha VanNahmen, IUPUC Center for Teaching and Learning
Brittain Brewer (he/him/his)
15:41
Brittain Brewer, Faculty member, Community Outreach Coordinator, J. Irwin Miller Architecture Program, Indiana University
Magen Pillar; UW of Bartholomew County
15:50
Magen Pillar, United Way of Bartholomew County
Felipe Martinez (he/him)
15:59
Felipe Martinez, pastor, First Presbyterian Columbus IN
Nichole Phillips
16:10
Nichole Phillips, Bartholomew County Court Services
Nahir H Loyo Zambrano
17:54
Nahir Loyo, Adjunct Faculty at Ivy Tech Columbus
John Burnett
17:56
John Burnett, Community Education Coalition and CivicLab
Nathan Larrison
18:21
Nathan Larrison, Foundation For Youth
John Burnett
18:32
Welcome Seana and DeAmon!
Chris McCord, Our Hospice of South Central IN
19:10
Chris McCord, Our Hospice of South Central Indiana
Rebekah
20:59
Rebekah Walsh, CRH Foundation and CRH Volunteer Services
Mandy Shaff (she/her)
21:26
Mandy Shaff, Columbus Regional Health - Human Resources
John Burnett
25:14
Shifting power is hard work and vital…. tough
Felipe Martinez (he/him)
34:47
The question of what we've done to injure others because of the inequitable system forces us to see our complicity with the system, rather than look at "inequity" as an external problem we can get a committee to work on and write a report about.
Stephanie C.
36:21
I like that Felipe, I would love to see other orgs to do that too
Julie Abedian
37:01
One challenge with switching away from deficit-based adjectives is that it is difficult to make a case of need to those in power without it.
Tracey Clark
37:08
Pastor Martinez that sounds great
Tracy Heaton
38:55
While our funders may still use deficit based language, I do believe (strongly) it is within our power to introduce/translate language.
Tracey Clark
39:04
I love Monk
Julie Abedian
40:37
You're right, Tracy. Just because it's hard doesn't mean we shouldn't try.
Felipe Martinez (he/him)
45:14
Blinders: my own comfort -- if something challenges my comfort / world view, I am likely to miss truly seeing it.
John Burnett
46:50
Thank you, Shirley. Seeking out the genuine is a great way to think about things…
Mark Stewart, United Way of Bartholomew County
56:54
Thank you DeAmon
Stephanie C.
01:04:42
some people will say grant money 'requires' us to get all that info... and this ONE person went on vacation so that proves we need to scour people bank statements
John Burnett
01:08:49
Relationships and strength of relationships over time provide the opportunity to shift the power. Relationships rewire how we work with each other, how we can change the system. It’s an intentional act.
Chris McCord, Our Hospice of South Central IN
01:12:18
sorry, must log off for another meeting.
Stephanie C.
01:14:11
How does Carrie handle the pushback
John Burnett
01:17:10
Voice
Stephanie C.
01:17:23
A diverse teaching staff
Stephanie C.
01:19:08
a diverse city/county government
Eduardo Martinez
01:19:31
Thank you Seana, Amber. I have to drop off to another engagement.
Stephanie C.
01:22:37
same thing happens with food stamps and sect 8
Julie Abedian
01:23:08
And Medicaid health insurance coverage
John Burnett
01:23:37
Voice is key and we need to find ways to focus on the voices that aren’t our own….
Tracey Clark
01:24:26
Parents of children of color often have to make the decision - do I put myself in better financial position or lay a path for my child from a program that understands that education is key to building wealth.
Stephanie C.
01:25:17
yes!!! and then people will say you are "working the system" never how the system is working us
John Burnett
01:26:29
21st Century has created more barriers not fewer over the course of the past ten years. You are right DeAmon and Seana…. Need to disrupt the system dramatically.
Stephanie C.
01:27:30
its hard to create life saving drugs if you are worried about leaving lab late at night... who wants to live in a city or state that doesn't value you?
Kathy Oren
01:29:03
Very well said Carrie.
Stephanie C.
01:31:02
so not do you have a black friend, are you THERE for your black friend? and how? is it what you think is best, or what they say they need
Stephanie C.
01:34:35
no black peopleville!!! i <3 that
John Burnett
01:35:15
Thank you, Seana and DeAmon!
Brittain Brewer (he/him/his)
01:35:16
Thank you DeAmon and Seana