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Equity Works Session 1 - Shared screen with speaker view
Amber Fischvogt
45:29
GOOGLE DOC FOR BREAKOUT QUESTIONS: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1NeWsOILw8GvXSyqsHETSnQQFdsy0g4SlvaGpTUtNkeE/edit?usp=sharingBREAKOUT QUESTIONS:What lessons might we learn from the Shape Up Somerville story about building equitable systems within a community?
How does the story relate to the track metaphor and the context-dependent nature of equity and systems?
Please type responses into the shared Google Doc.
Amber Fischvogt
01:01:06
Please feel free to share any insights in the chat as well.
Felipe Martinez (he/him)
01:02:57
See the whole track, not just focus on your lane
Sara McAninch
01:03:44
Were there any studies or follow ups done on the behaviors and attitudes of the residents, especially those who participated? I know we're primarily focusing on the systemic side, but do we get into the people/human side? I'm curious how it plays in with the sustainability aspect.
Stephanie Carmer
01:04:14
we wondered about pushback
Chuck Kime, Columbus, IN
01:11:25
History
Felipe Martinez (he/him)
01:11:27
human interaction
Robin Hilber
01:11:36
Personal choice
Stephanie Carmer
01:11:41
current situation
Holly Tracy
01:11:42
environment
lleonard
01:11:44
attitudes and traditions
Yoonji Jung
01:11:47
Economy
Rachel Wilken (she/her)
01:11:51
culture
Stephanie Kelley (CCT)
01:11:58
Lived experience
Magen Pillar; UW of Bartholomew County
01:12:01
family
Sally Jamerson
01:12:04
personal bias
Stephanie Cunningham
01:12:04
the impact of society
Brenda Vogel
01:12:08
beliefs
Amber Fischvogt
01:27:39
QUESTIONS TO THINK ABOUT:Determine the purpose of the social system you serve. What assets, attributes, and qualities should the system build and develop in people?Are we attaching attributes and qualities to the context and system rather than an individual? Example: disability as context-dependent versus disability as a personal attribute.
How might a context-touchpoint approach be different from how you are currently serving people and organizing your work?
Are we removing people from their context and hiding systemic inequities in the way that we collect and analyze data?
Felipe Martinez (he/him)
01:31:25
Compassion (I serve a church)
Tracey
01:31:31
Empathy
Columbus IN Visitors Center: JB
01:31:34
curiosity
Tracey
01:31:34
Awareness
Nathan Larrison
01:31:39
Awareness
Liz Cleland - The Workshop
01:31:40
Community, Collaboration, Communication, Comfort
NGuesman
01:31:43
financial stability
lleonard
01:31:48
understanding, acceptance
Sally Jamerson
01:31:50
confidence
Stephanie Carmer
01:31:52
pride, self- respect, expectation of equality and equity
Cheri Stone
01:31:53
self-sufficiency - confidence, belief in self, support
Columbus IN Visitors Center: JB
01:31:54
non-aversion to risk and change
John Burnett
01:31:55
Learning, economic mobility, change in power dynamics towards a just society
cking
01:31:58
self sufficiency
Chris J Price
01:32:03
opportunity
Tracey
01:32:05
Willingness to listen
Harriet Armstrong
01:32:11
Care of self and others in areas of health and wealth
Tracy Heaton
01:32:18
the right to be safe
Bhargav B Ranganath
01:32:30
motivation to deliver the best on an individual level to progress the community forward
Jessica
01:32:41
work - a job, hope for a future
Tracey
01:32:50
Willingness to understand that a one size fits all approach may not work and then continue to develop different approaches.
Shirley Trapp
01:33:13
acceptance and genuineness
Don Trapp
01:33:24
Economic stability
Stephanie Carmer
01:34:47
jewel of the Midwest :)
lleonard
01:35:53
Thank you Jack and Amber. Great session!
Columbus IN Visitors Center: JB
01:36:08
Excellent, thank you!
Brenda Vogel
01:36:09
Thanks! It was great!
Brittain Brewer
01:36:09
Excellent! Thank you!
mkutsko
01:36:12
thank you for a great session
Cheri Stone
01:36:13
Thank you Jack!!
Rachel Wilken (she/her)
01:36:19
Thank you for this great presentation!
Stephanie Carmer
01:36:20
thank you
Lori Thompson
01:36:21
Agreed very helpful to promote thinking
Harriet Armstrong
01:36:22
Thank you so much!
Tracy Heaton
01:36:24
thank you Jack!
Holly Tracy
01:36:26
Thank you!
Wayne Fancher
01:36:27
Thank you.
Stephanie Carmer
01:36:30
will we get these slides
John Burnett
01:36:33
Thank you!
Joy King
01:36:33
Thank you Jack, was great!
Robin Hilber
01:36:33
Thank you, JAck.