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Diversity Workshop #3 - Shared screen with speaker view
Stephanie Teuwen
36:23
Hi, excited about this session!
Stephanie Teuwen
36:42
👍
Gaia DiLoreto
36:54
yeah!
Elizabeth Ann Quirino
37:08
How long is this session tonight?
Brona Cosgrave
37:27
Great to see so many friendly faces!
April Francis
37:36
Hi Elizabeth, we are scheduled until 8:30
Elizabeth Ann Quirino
37:47
Thanks, April! Good to know.
Jackie Lieberman
37:55
Hello!
Ging
38:10
Hi everyone
Francine Cohen
38:14
Good evening everyone!
Betty Ann Quirino
38:29
Hello to everyone! Thanks NYWCA for this session.
Maria Reuge
38:38
Howdy, little late but Im in
Betty Ann Quirino
38:54
Special thanks to Nicole for signing me in at the last minute. Thank you, Sara for the replies!
Gaia DiLoreto
39:35
Welcome everyone!!
miriamrubin
39:53
Hi Alliance Women! Miss you.
Kate's new phone
40:45
remind...how to rename? thx
Gaia DiLoreto
41:09
Kate, click on the three dots in the upper left hand corner of your picture
Maria's iPhone
41:29
hello everyone!
Kate Landowne
41:36
figured it out. thx!
Rae Anne Pavlovic
41:42
Vodka and soda
liz tarpy
41:44
negroni
Jackie Lieberman
41:44
I'm doing ok. My favorite dish is whatever I'm cooking! (Tonight it's roast chicken and potatoes.)
Stephanie Teuwen
41:46
Negroni & Ramen
Gaia DiLoreto
41:49
It’s Rye Manhattan season, and red wine
Sara Moulton
41:54
favorite dish? anything involving melted cheese
Mindy Hermann
42:02
My husband's pizza, and a negroni or Americano.
Maria Steinberg
42:09
noodles!
Rae Anne Pavlovic
42:16
Too many foods to pick 1
miriamrubin
42:17
Clementines
Brona Cosgrave
42:17
Manhattans
Jeannie C
42:19
red wine@
Francine Cohen
42:20
Cheese
Gaia DiLoreto
42:21
all about soup now
Joyce O'Neill
42:23
Lobster, in any form, boiled, rolls,etc
Wendy Samuelson
42:26
bourbon and pasta
Joyce Appelman
42:29
a cup of ice cream and a martini
Carol Durst-Wertheim
42:29
Three Cheese Baked Pasta!
Shin
42:32
Going through a phase of plantain chips… every.day.
Kate Landowne
42:32
hard cider
Airis Johnson
42:34
Feeling Good/Favorite dish fried catfish and potato salad
kimmills
42:39
Side Car
Deri Reed
42:40
Wine and cheese!
Maria Reuge
42:42
A Vodka Martini with Olives, when I used to drink! To eat Choucroute Garni
Kathleen Sanderson
42:43
favorite dish changes daily! ToDAY its Korean fried chicken
Kate Landowne
42:49
dessert!
Mimi Hill
42:57
anything with bacon
Betty Ann Quirino
43:01
A good simmering stew of Filipino Sinigang - Tamarind Stew with Vegetables and Pork great for the chilly weather
Rae Anne Pavlovic
43:28
Having roast chicken and smashed potatoes tonight too!
Francine Cohen
43:43
Why is it necessary to experience discomfort?
Shin
44:28
I’ve avoided conversations if I knew I’d feel uncomfortable.
Francine Cohen
45:04
Aha, embracing discomfort as a norm. Not taboo. Got it. Thanks, April.
Carol Durst-Wertheim
46:28
Ahh… Ginger beer…
Suzanne Fass
01:11:09
why does she thingk HER truth is the only truth??
Shelley Chapman
01:11:51
@Suzanne I don’t interpret her saying her truth is THE Truth. SHe’s saying that everyone has an experience and that is their TRUTH. Everyone should be speaking. Yourself included. She’s using her life as an example
Suzanne Fass
01:12:30
Okay, she's finally getting to that now.
Sara Moulton
01:13:42
yes, it is important to listen to the whole story
Francine Cohen
01:13:44
What she's talking about right now re: compensation is a GREAT example of the power of conversation and networking. And asking for what you want. Color and gender aside.
Sara Moulton
01:16:50
emotional
Gaia DiLoreto
01:16:51
relational/acting
Mindy Hermann
01:16:52
Still intellectual, then moral
miriamrubin
01:16:52
Thinking
Joyce O'Neill
01:16:53
Emotional
emily cantor
01:16:58
moral
Jeannie C
01:16:59
emotional
Airis Johnson
01:17:01
Emotional
Betty Ann Quirino
01:17:02
Thanks for sharing that video.
Stephanie Teuwen
01:17:02
emotional
Lisa Homa
01:17:05
all four!
Joyce Appelman
01:17:06
Thinking
Deri Reed
01:17:09
emotional
Mimi Hill
01:17:19
all 4
Rae Anne Pavlovic
01:17:24
thinking
kimmills
01:17:29
Emotional/intellectual
Terry Frishman
01:17:29
All four too
Wendy Samuelson
01:17:34
intellectual/emotional
Kate Landowne
01:17:35
emotional
Carol Durst-Wertheim
01:18:01
In years past, THE NYWCA held multiple small-group events which allowed for meaningful conversations… How can we reestablish that - do we want it? Can we “practice” becoming dominoes?
Jeannie C
01:20:20
https://academicaffairs.ucsc.edu/events/documents/Microaggressions_InterruptHO_2014_11_182v5.pdf
Kathleen Sanderson
01:20:36
body language can speak louder then words
Shelley Chapman
01:21:58
We can’t see
Shelley Chapman
01:22:03
or rather I can’t see
Jeannie C
01:22:13
HI Shelley, you can click on the link I just posted
Shelley Chapman
01:22:35
Thanks
Jeannie C
01:22:38
Here is it again: https://nywca.org/resources/Documents/NYWCA%20Microaggression%20Scenarios.pdf
Gaia DiLoreto
01:24:24
the link is requiring a log in
April Francis
01:49:38
betty can you zoom in on the doc?
Mindy Hermann
01:54:25
Where does the microaggression begin with scenario #1? Is it with the question about where the person lives or does it begin sooner?
April Francis
01:54:44
i may lag
April Francis
01:54:49
airis please share
Kathleen Sanderson
01:55:00
where they live
Gaia DiLoreto
01:55:08
April, Rae Anne is speaking now
Katy Keck
01:58:22
@april thanks so much for your leadership and guiding us through these sessions.
Sharron McCarthy Banfi
01:58:40
Speak up
Sara Moulton
01:58:43
yes, April you have been so essential
Betty Ann Quirino
01:59:02
Thank you for leading tonight's session, April.
Carol Durst-Wertheim
01:59:04
Thank you for working with the NYWCA - we need this to build a strong future!
Shin
01:59:07
Thank you for this opportunity to learn and share thoughts with the Alliance members!
kimmills
01:59:10
Thank you April. You have been amazing.
stephanie teuwen
01:59:10
April and the committee: amazing work!
Mindy Hermann
01:59:12
Thank you April!!
Betty Ann Quirino
01:59:16
Thanks, NYWCA
Brona Cosgrave
01:59:17
Thank to the entire team who worked on pulling this together!
Sharron McCarthy Banfi
01:59:19
Thank you so much
Betty Ann Quirino
01:59:24
Thanks to Room 3 !
Maria Reuge
01:59:30
Thankyou April, so nice to see you.
thierry farges
01:59:30
the Alliance has entered a new phase...we are so grateful to you April!
Rae Anne Pavlovic
01:59:33
Thank you.
Maria Steinberg
01:59:33
learned immensely from this April and team. Thanks!
miriamrubin
01:59:35
Thank you April and everyone. Yes and thanks to room 3.
Joyce Appelman
01:59:37
Thank you April and the entire team that worked on the sessions!!
Kate Landowne
01:59:39
thank you!
Francine Cohen
01:59:40
Thank you April. And everyone, it was wonderful sharing and hearing perspectives with you.
Jackie Lieberman
01:59:44
I'm really glad we did this. Thank you!
Kathleen Sanderson
01:59:47
also great to have intimate chats with other member of the group
April Francis
01:59:56
You are all so welcome..it has been a pleasure!!
Rae Anne Pavlovic
02:00:01
Yes break rooms were great
Mimi Hill
02:00:15
Thank you April
Shelley Chapman
02:00:25
Can we go back to full group so we can see everyone as we close out
Rebecca Montero
02:00:42
Thank you!!!
Sara Moulton
02:00:48
thank you Gaia for being president!!
Lisa Homa
02:01:08
Thank you April and NYWCA so much. It’s evident that a ton of work went into pulling this together.
kimmills
02:01:40
Good Night Ladies!!!
Maria Reuge
02:01:51
Thank you Sara for brining me into this discussi
Terry Frishman
02:01:55
This was great - wonderful! Thank you all!