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Equity Works! Community Series Session 7 (with Zoom Link) - Shared screen with speaker view
Tracy Heaton
14:37
Hi Brian!
Cindy Frey - Chamber
14:41
Hello! Cindy Frey, Columbus Area Chamber of Commerce
Tracy Heaton
14:47
Tracy Heaton de Martinez, Turning POint
Ashley Dieter
14:56
Hello everyone! Ashley Dieter, Community Education Coalition
NGuesman
14:56
Hello! Nichristin Guesman, United Way Bartholomew County
Stephanie C.
15:01
Stephanie Carmer NAACP
Lori Thompson
15:03
Lori Thompson African American Fund
Nichole Rouached
15:24
Nichole Rouached from OrthoWorx in NE Indiana!
Eduardo's iPad
15:29
Eduardo Martinez - Su Casa
Chris Price
15:37
Hi there - Chris Price from United Way Impact Committee
brian
15:38
Hi Tracy! We miss you.
Jeanna Berdel
15:39
Jeanna Berdel IN Talent Netowrk
Brittain Brewer (he/him/his)
15:47
Brittain Brewer, faculty member and Community Outreach Coordinator, J. Irwin Miller Architecture Program, Columbus, Indiana University
Cyrus Screwvala
16:18
Cyrus Screwvala, Assistant Professor, Ivy Tech, Columbus
Monica M Robinson
16:46
Monica Robinson, Assistant Workforce Alignment Consultant for Ivy Tech Columbus
Marsha VanNahmen
16:59
Marsha VanNahmen, IUPUC Center for Teaching and Learning
Carole E Nowicke
17:40
Carole Nowicke, Director of Library Services, Ivy Tech Columbus
Carrie Shaver
18:58
Carrie Shaver, IUPUC Division of Health Sciences
Tamara A Miller
19:55
Tamara Miller, Associate Professor, Ivy Tech community college
Lori Thompson
19:56
Shout out to IRT!!
Lori Thompson
42:36
Excellent Read! The Sum of Us
Stephanie C.
42:47
so good indeed!
Stephanie C.
42:54
says it all
John Burnett
43:44
Heather McGhee is terrific!! Learning a lot from listening to her, seeing her speak.
Stephanie C.
46:15
the argument, not economical, is for the soul of white folks...
John Burnett
53:15
Just a comment, Raj Chetty’s work is important to study, to understand, and to help us focus on economic mobility… a number of us are using this information, and have been in conversation with Opportunity Insights. There is a lot to extract and learn…. We must continue to dig deeper. Long way to go… http://opportunityinsights.org
Brittain Brewer (he/him/his)
53:43
Today - 125th Anniversary of https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Plessy_v._Ferguson - Recommendation - read the saddest by Justice John Marshall Harlan - a guidng document to Thurgood Marshall document towards the success of Brown versus the Board of Education .
Brittain Brewer (he/him/his)
54:26
https://www.nytimes.com/2021/05/18/opinion/plessy-ferguson-justice-harlan.html
Brittain Brewer (he/him/his)
55:29
ASppologies on typo - not saddest - an egregious mistake - meant to type “dissent” - even auto correct is racist.
Nichole Rouached
55:39
Yes, GI Bill helped Jewish, Irish, Italian and other non-Anglo/Saxon white groups become “White” and part of system of White Supremecy
George Towers
55:59
A great book on the racism of redlining is the Color of Law
John Burnett
56:16
Chetty’s research also… https://www.opportunityatlas.org
Stephanie C.
56:21
like chicago!!
Nichole Rouached
56:53
Yes, agree, Both political/social sides present danger and adherence to systemic racism
Don Trapp
57:39
The concept of Neighborhood Ambassadors can have a significant impact for how Columbus can move forward in addressing the issue of inequality.
Stephanie C.
58:02
Yes Mr. Trapp!!!
John Burnett
58:46
Yes, Don. We can and should build this into Equity Works! Initiative.
Brittain Brewer (he/him/his)
59:29
Portland, Oregon - “Black and Green: How Disinvestment, Displacement and Segregation Created the Conditions For Eco- Gentrification in Portland's Albina District, 1940-2015” - https://pdxscholar.library.pdx.edu/cgi/viewcontent.cgi?article=1346&context=honorstheses
Stephanie C.
01:00:25
I love Robin! and Michael Harriot!
Stephanie C.
01:01:46
BC white folks HAVING to be cater to was new to you
Stephanie C.
01:02:04
the language is everything
Stephanie C.
01:02:42
makes you realize what cancel culture really is...
Don Trapp
01:04:33
Great discussion. Thanks Brian.
Tracy Heaton
01:04:43
thank you Brian!!
Heather Carson
01:04:51
Thank you, Brian!
John Burnett
01:04:51
Thank you, Brian! We appreciate your work and your team’s work! Grateful. And, move to Columbus! You are welcome to join us!
Lori Thompson
01:04:53
Thanks Brian. I am speechless You have very profound approach
Joy King
01:05:12
Thank you for a wonderful presentation today, Brian!
Stephanie C.
01:05:23
Thank you so much Brian!!!
Joyce Lucke
01:24:14
That is true for many many smaller communities who have a strong large corporate entity that has been a huge influence on the community
Lori Thompson
01:24:21
This was an excellent session. Thank you Amber and Team!