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Equity Works! Session 5 - Shared screen with speaker view
Rev. Nic Cable
22:03
Yes Amber, with this musssssic!
Amber Fischvogt
27:05
Please feel free to post comments and questions in the chat!
Amber Fischvogt
44:08
These maps are available at: https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/1pse095G0gEUwLXw9KGyO1eocWSfKBhEi?usp=sharing. Thanks to George Towers for his research and efforts on these local maps.
John Burnett
44:54
Thank you, Dr. Towers! We are grateful to you for sharing your knowledge, skill and passion for improving the human condition. Very grateful.
Chelsea R Gregg
46:06
I live 3 minutes from Donner park and walk through these segments regularly... The variation that you see is pretty incredible.
George Towers
46:10
You're very welcome - it was my pleasure to have the opportunity to contribute to your efforts
Heather Carson
51:30
This is such valuable information, thank you!
Amber Fischvogt
52:18
BREAKOUT 1 QUESTIONS- What are your thoughts about the Bartholomew County Census Maps?- Would using an equity lens change the way you think about our community, do your work, and collaborate with others?
John Burnett
53:06
I would encourage us all to study this data. It can inform our work for many years to come… I know I have this page and the complementary map etched in my brain. How might we work together as we contemplate this information? Thank you, again, Dr. Towers and Jack… for making the invisible become visible. much to do.
Amber Fischvogt
01:12:01
The Opportunity Atlas - https://www.opportunityatlas.org/
Josh Brown
01:17:27
In this analysis could neighborhood operate as a co-variate for culture? And if culture is operative has work been done to identify what culture priorities could be associated with desired outcomes?
Becky Morse
01:20:21
Troost Ave. is like 8 mile in Detroit....
Chelsea R Gregg
01:22:16
I have to leave for a meeting. Thanks so much for your presentation Jack, it's been wonderful. And thanks to Dr. Towers for all of the work you have done - I can't wait to dig in to the data more on my own time. Have a great day, all.
Becky Morse
01:23:33
Is there a link for those 'dot maps' that you could share?
Amber Fischvogt
01:25:24
http://racialdotmap.demographics.coopercenter.org/
Amber Fischvogt
01:26:21
THE COLUMBUS DREAMPlease take a moment to answer the question, "What is the Columbus Dream?" at this link - https://forms.gle/ih4QCk35zRiZntVw5. All answers are anonymous.
Ursula Williams
01:26:29
Does Raj Chetty's study consider protective factors or resilence? I didn't hear anything about that.
Amber Fischvogt
01:26:55
BREAKOUT 2 QUESTIONS- How might the lessons presented about equitable upward mobility address the question, “What is the Columbus Dream?”- What do you believe the vision is today?
What could it be from this day onward?
Josh Brown
01:27:39
First link to the question has an extra period, try this one:https://forms.gle/ih4QCk35zRiZntVw5
Tracy Heaton
01:27:40
the link isn't working for me
Lisa Piercefield
01:27:45
I have to hop off for another meeting. Great information. Thank you!!
Jason Hester
01:28:04
If you get an "invalid link" message, delete the final "dot" in the URL.
Kate Lee
01:54:00
I have this quote hanging on my office wall. :)
Rev. Nic Cable
01:54:16
Excellent! Thank you all. Let’s keep doing it ❤️
Mark Lindenlaub
01:54:24
Fantastic material!
Becky Morse
01:54:27
Great presentation..... Thank you!
John Burnett
01:54:30
Thank you, Jack!
Esmeralda Gonzalez
01:54:33
Thank you !
Tracy Heaton
01:54:34
thanks Jack!
Yoonji Jung
01:54:37
The best! Thank you!
Megan McGriff
01:54:38
Thank you, Jack!
Heather Carson
01:54:40
Excellent! Thank you!
Grace Kestler
01:54:46
Thank you!
Kathy Oren
01:54:48
Thank you so much Jack and Amber!! This was excellent