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Equity Works Session 3: Windows, Mirrors, and Sliding Glass Doors (with Zoom link) - Shared screen with speaker view
Julie Miller
13:39
Julie Miller, Family Service, Inc.
Brenda Vogel
13:44
Hi! Brenda Vogel IUPUC
Tracey
13:47
Hi there- I'm Tracey Phillips, HR Talent Partner with Columbus Regional Health.
Magen Pillar; UW of Bartholomew County
13:54
Magen Pillar: United Way
Joyce Lucke
13:56
Joyce Lucke, AGLS
Diane Doup
14:01
Diane Doup, Lincoln-Central Neighborhood Family Center
Tyler Henkle TASC
14:01
Tyler Henkle, Columbus Regional Health (CRH) Treatment and Support Center (TASC)
Kathy Oren
14:07
Hello! I’m Kathy Oren with the Community Education Coalition
Patrick E Nevins
14:07
Patrick Nevins, Ivy Tech faculty
lbrittainabrewer
14:09
Brittain Brewer, Faculty J. Irwin Miller Architecture Program, Community Outreach Coordinator
Bhargav
14:20
Bhargav Ranganath from Cummins.
Heather Carson
14:28
Heather Carson, Council for Youth Development Bartholomew County
Stephanie Cunningham
14:40
Stephanie Cunningham, Bartholomew Co. Prevention Team, Turning Point Domestic Violence Services
Columbus IN Visitors Center: JB
15:28
Jan Banister, Columbus Area Visitors Center
John Burnett
15:31
John Burnett, CEC and CivicLab.
Therese A Copeland
15:52
Therese Copeland, Ivy Tech Foundation
Scott McIntyre
16:21
Scott McIntyre, Director of Enrollment Management, IUPUC
Kathy Huffman
16:45
Kathy Huffman, Community Education Coalition/EcO Network
Chris Price
16:50
Chris Price, Chair of the United Way Impact Committee
Janae Norman
17:10
Janae Norman, BCSC Employee and Student Assistance Coordinator
Cindy Frey - Chamber
17:29
Cindy Frey, President, Columbus Area Chamber of Commerce
Eduardo's iPad
18:29
Eduardo Martinez, Su Casa Board chair and UW Board member.
Amber Fischvogt
21:41
Break out 1Name, What you do, and where you do it&Do you believe in 2nd chances OR What is one thing people always misunderstand about you
Lori Thompson
33:14
I was an avid reader as a child. My window book was Pipi Longstocking. Quite an imagination. Even though she didn’t look like me.
Eduardo's iPad
39:51
I think about your question as: my knowledge comes from facts and the cultural landscape. The latter includes what my parents taught me, what my friends and peers and the society told me was acceptable and not, the way of things.... In the latter there are a lot of beliefs to be challenged.
Amber Fischvogt
40:26
Break out 2So, what do those three slides have to do with one another?  When you think about what you know and how you know it, or when you look at assim vs accom and adaptation, and juxtapose it with Dr Sims Bishop’s quote, “What does it mean,”  what meaning can you make from it?  Especially in the context of Windows, Mirrors, and Sliding Glass Doors? Take a few minutes in your group to discuss.
Marsha VanNahmen
48:46
John Burnett - please share your quote - -
Nathan Larrison
48:47
"Do you think or do you know?"- The Great John Burnett
Rev. Nic Cable (he/him)
49:53
The Danger of a Single Story TED Talk.... Please watch... And the closing arguments from the state of Minnesota about the difference between Stories and Truth.
John Burnett
50:17
A wise person once asked me, “Do you think or do you know?”…. To which I would respond, “I think I know”…. Therefore I don’t really know. Knowing is really hard work…
O Prince
51:24
In addition to that the non-dominate group often times have to accommodate the majority through assimilation.
Rev. Nic Cable (he/him)
51:27
👍🏼
Amber Fischvogt
01:10:43
Break out 3In your groups talk about the part of Adiche’s talk that impacted you the most, and why it impacted you.  I’d also like you to draw the obvious connections between The Danger of a Single Story and Windows, Mirrors, and Sliding Glass Doors.
Jason A Major
01:12:12
i have to go to a staff meetingthis was a great videoplease send a link to it in a follow up emailthanks
Jessica
01:26:36
I mentioned this on our break out - P&G aired a commercial during the NAACP Image Awards called "Widen the Screen". It feels like it aligns with our conversation today.
John Burnett
01:29:14
Underscore the words… so that children can see themselves
Lori Thompson
01:33:34
Thank you Charles Edwards. Well done!
Therese A Copeland
01:34:04
I really enjoyed this presentation, thanks so much!!
John Burnett
01:35:00
Thank you, Charles for your thoughts today! And, thank you for your service working with children, families and our community. We are truly blessed that you do what you do each day!
Joy King
01:35:12
Thank you so much, Mr. Edwards, great presentation!!!
Brenda Vogel
01:35:27
Thanks!
Brittain Brewer (he/him/his)
01:35:32
Thank you Mr. Edwards!
Rev. Nic Cable (he/him)
01:35:53
Thank you, Mr. Edwards. Have a great day! Really appreciate the collective work here.
Jessica
01:36:05
Thank you Mr Edwards! I appreciate what you are doing with our community and children
Kathy Oren
01:36:13
Thank you so much Mr. Edwards! Such a great and thoughtful presentation. You really generated lots of reflection and excellent discussion!