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Kleinstein Scholar Rabbi Julie Saxe-Taller - Shared screen with speaker view
Julie Saxe-Taller
54:30
What are one or two salient memories you have of being integrated with nature?How do you imagine living differently in order to turn towards "integration with nature" ​​​​​​?What societal changes do you imagine may come with climate disruption? Which changes cause you sadness or fear? Do any of the changes that you imagine sound positive to you?
Judith K.
01:04:39
Thank you for the email, Dena!
Julie Saxe-Taller
01:19:51
Michelle Alexander, The New Jim Crow, p222Those who believe that advocacy challenging mass incarceration can be successful without overturning the public consensus that gave rise to it are engaging in fanciful thinking, a form of denial. Isolated victories can be won – even a string of victories – but in the absence of a fundamental shift in public consciousness, the system as a whole will remain intact. To the extent that major changes are achieved without a complete shift, the system will rebound. The caste system will re-emerge in a new form, just as convict leasing replaced slavery, or it will be reborn, just as mass incarceration replaced Jim Crow.
Julie Saxe-Taller
01:28:29
https://doloreshuerta.org/doloreshuerta/movie/#:~:text=%E2%80%9CDolores%E2%80%9D%20is%20a%202017%20American,Carlos%20Santana%20as%20Executive%20Producer.
Bob Renard
01:32:49
I am so glad you mentioned Delores. Met her when I was a teen demonstrator. She was so powerful and awesome.
Barbara Gold (she/her)
01:33:06
Becoming more accepting of LGBTQ individuals
Naomi Angier
01:33:11
Support of gay marriage.
Lisa Adatto
01:33:21
Support for gay marriage. A campaign making gay people normal, who cared about love and marriage
Judith K.
01:33:32
Non-gmo’s, organic, whole grain, buying local, farmer market movement,
Cheryll Simmerman
01:33:53
More awareness of many injustices - aided by access to the internet
Naomi Angier
01:33:57
More purchases of electric cars
Carol Lavender
01:34:23
Reform Rabbis being willing to marry LGBT people.
Cheryll Simmerman
01:34:30
How truly serious it is
Lisa Adatto
01:34:50
How each of us should get involved and do something
Julie
01:34:59
Me Too Movement---LISTENING to women,
Naomi Angier
01:35:10
Taking people from despair to action
Barbara Gold (she/her)
01:35:14
Personal responsibility
Judith K.
01:35:27
Awareness of global warming, rising seas, more extreme weather awareness
Lisa Adatto
01:35:57
Talk about climate change with other people
Barbara Gold (she/her)
01:36:01
Shifting back to a belief in science
Naomi Angier
01:36:03
Covid has forced us to slow down
Bob Renard
01:36:20
To see ourselves as a part of creation instead of above it so we can value everything in creation as personal relation .
Esther Schwartz
01:36:36
THat climate justice is connected to other forms of injustice such as racial injustice
Cheryll Simmerman
01:37:04
Food deserts
Julie Saxe-Taller
01:39:41
Who would you follow if they asked or told you to do something radically new, or if you needed direction? Why do you choose them?How can we become better leaders as well as better followers, so that we can act collaboratively with large numbers of people to achieve a sustainable future.?
Judith K.
01:41:24
People who inspire “ah-hah”!
BH-Karin
01:41:48
honesty
Cheryll Simmerman
01:48:46
Whistle while you work…