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June MNIPL CC Webinar on Climate Justice - Shared screen with speaker view
Elyse Carter Vosen
21:44
Elyse Carter Vosen,, Temple Israel, The College of St. Scholastica
Fred Small
25:10
Rev. Fred Small, MassIPL, in Cambridge, MA. I feel privileged to be here--thanks for inviting us out-of-staters.
Charissa Verdoorn
25:57
Feel free to introduce yourself in the chat if you haven’t yet! Name, city/town, and faith community (if any)
Rod Fisher
26:31
lost her sound
John Lavik
26:35
Not really
Gary Goreham
26:40
you are muffled
Jayda Pounds
26:43
Your audio changed
Joan Beaver
26:56
Joan Beaver, Stillwater, MN
Susan Mullin
27:26
Susan Mullin, Brooklyn Park, MN. glad to be part of this conversation tonight.
Analyah Schlaeger dos Santos
47:13
Ruhel we all love you
Charissa Verdoorn
47:47
Thank you for sharing, Ruhel!
Airika Coblentz
47:47
Ruhel, thank you ❤️❤️❤️❤️
Whitney Terrill
48:00
Thank you, Ruhel!
Whitney Terrill
48:08
And to your family, too!
Ellen Weber
48:14
Thank you Ruhel!
Fred Small (he/him/his)
48:36
Thank you, Ruhel. What kind of criticism/harassment have you and your family endured for your public stance? How can we support you?
Charissa Verdoorn
48:49
Great question, Fred! I’ve been wondering the same.
Wally
53:55
Please tells us how we can support rebuilding Ghandi Mahal resturant and other business financially.
Susan Mullin
57:12
Here's how you can support the rebuilding of Gandhi Mahal restaurant:https://www.welovelakestreet.com/ or for Gandhi Mahal specifically: https://www.gofundme.com/f/real-one-gandhi-mahal-revival-fundraiser
Lynn
57:53
How can we get people more involved with the fight for Climate Justice?
Charissa Verdoorn
59:20
Lynn—such an important question! We’ll be talking about some action steps in the call. :)
John Lavik
59:41
I am so anxious that we all hold on to this moment and remember our resolve to bring about change!
Susan Mullin
01:00:21
Become a climate justice voter.https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSd_CT7ue69x6nZhcSs9yvTSa6t2sCwJG1JsZD1xnRs8v2axMw/viewform
Tess Dornfeld
01:00:36
How can wee advocate for climate and environmental justice in the rebuilding efforts across the city?
Airika Coblentz
01:00:52
Whitney thank you ❤️❤️❤️❤️
Susan Mullin
01:04:29
Thanks, Jayda, for this powerful message!
Lynn
01:04:40
I'm sorry you have had to feel this racism all your life. Its sad.
John Lavik
01:04:51
Thanks Jayda
Kristin Foster
01:05:09
And the hardest truth to face is that white supremacy is not only police brutality or white militias but it's the way all our systems are built and we have all internalized it.
Airika Coblentz
01:05:17
Jayda, thank you ❤️❤️❤️
Whitney Terrill
01:05:20
Absolutely!
Charissa Verdoorn
01:05:49
Thank you to Whitney and Jayda. Really powerful. And yes, Kristin!! It’s baked in so deeply to all aspects of our society and systems.
Peg Musegades
01:07:43
thanks Jayda and Whitney.
Jennifer James
01:07:54
Jayda, thank you for speaking up, sharing and especially how all of this, and living as a black woman lands you. I am hearing you and glad for the information and inspiration toward anti racism. Thank you. Thank you.
Susan Mullin
01:08:33
Start with something in your control. This is really helpful for me.
Rod Fisher
01:11:06
Thank you all for speaking and helping to move those of us who are white and blinded by our whiteness.
shari hansen
01:11:08
Thank you for sharing Whitney and Jayda. It was SO informative and helpful.
Lynn
01:11:08
Thank you Whitney! Bless you
John Lavik
01:11:11
Really powerful...Thank you!
Rhonda Lorenz
01:11:11
Thank you Whitney
Whitney Terrill
01:11:29
Thank you all too! Love our community.
Diane Tanning
01:11:33
Thank you Whitney for speaking truth powerfully !
Elyse Carter Vosen
01:11:55
Thank you so much Ruhel, Whitney, and Jada for all of the emotional energy it takes to share your stories, and thank you for your ongoing community justice work.
Julia A Nerbonne
01:12:42
http://mnipl.nationbuilder.com/black_lives_pledge
Leah Wiste
01:14:18
beautiful. thank you.
Kristin Foster
01:14:21
Yes, thank you Whitney! Those are the right questions, and the right perspective --- the long haul.
Rhonda Lorenz
01:14:53
I really like this pledge especially the last line about our interdependency.
Tess Dornfeld
01:15:03
I see many folks from across the metro and the state here, what resources are there for everyone to engage in anti-racism not just on an individual basis, but together, to push for change beyond Mpls? Thanks!
Susan Hendershot
01:15:32
Thank you, MNIPL team, for putting this webinar together and for centering justice in your work.
Fred Small (he/him/his)
01:16:19
I appreciate the Pledge. Will you share with us the process that created and crafted it?
Julia A Nerbonne
01:16:27
We will be going a couple minutes late. Done by 8:05 at the latest.
Charissa Verdoorn
01:17:08
Is the link going in the chat?
Sam Benson
01:18:10
https://www.congressweb.com/MIPL/6#/6/
Jo Haberman
01:19:31
Deep appreciation to all for this important time together - especially thank you to all speakers who shared their stories. I need to leave the zoom - will get the pledge and share with many others - committed to this ongoing work!
Fred Small (he/him/his)
01:19:33
As a guest from Massachusetts (http://massipl.org/) I'm immensely grateful for this webinar--important, informative, and inspiring. All of us have work to do, and I'm deeply grateful for your leadership.
Sam Benson
01:21:10
https://us02web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZAofu2qpzkuHNYjZp_dC3i4yKcrMoj88k3a
Bill Bradlee
01:21:39
Thank you everyone. Powerful stories!
Airika Coblentz
01:22:05
thank you!