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RSL Meeting 11/12/20 - Shared screen with gallery view
Brian Rhinesmith
28:01
HI Everybody from Michigan. Water not much a problem here usually.
Debra Taylor- Massachusetts
30:17
My first participation. Learned about Elders from Tony and Margie Lee, MA. Chapter.
Pam Nichols
34:21
Me and White Supremacy Workshophttps://eldersaction.org/event/me-and-white-supremacy-workshop-winter-2021/
Pam Nichols
45:26
MWS starts January 13th 2021; Book Study Group this coming Monday, 11/16 see https://eldersaction.org/event/book-study-group/
Robert Whitehair, San Mateo CA
01:14:27
Thank you Cora for an excellent, informative presentation, I learned a lot, especially what we can do as individuals.
Robert Whitehair, San Mateo CA
01:14:45
Cora, I need to leave for another meeting. Best wishes
Teri Whitehair
01:15:53
Thank you Cora I will educate myself about my local watershed. I need to leave.
Brian Rhinesmith
01:16:50
I will continue to monitor Line 5 lawsuit as well as local flooding. Live ina an apartment with low flow toilet and shower head. Have to go.
Cora Kammeyer
01:16:51
https://www.watercalculator.org/
Maxine Lobel
01:27:10
Thanks so much! Need to hop on another zoom call.
Nancy Donatelli
01:28:21
thank you so much Cora~
Carol Vollen, Burlingame, CA
01:29:21
I recommend a book “Let There Be Water”by Seth Siegel
leslie Wharton
01:34:17
I am going to leave. This has been a very eye-opening presentation and discussion. I have a lot of thinking to do!
Ken Winter, Auburn, CA
01:39:51
Thanks, everyone!
Cora Kammeyer
01:52:32
https://pacinst.org/