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Shani She/They/Queen
32:40
Hey y’all!
Leon EL-Alamin
32:58
Hello!
BUTA BIBERAJ
33:04
Good evening. Thank you for having this event. Buta from Loudoun, VA.
Travis Claybrooks
33:14
Hello Everyone!!! So good to be with you all.
Jon McFarlane
33:16
Hi everyone, Jon from NYC checking in.
Rahim Handy
33:27
Hello
Julianne Jackson
33:32
Hi, Julianne here from Partnership for Safety and Justice, PDX
Danielle Sered (she/her)
33:37
Welcome, everyone!
Sara Axtell
33:38
Good evening. Sara from Minnesota.
Kimberly Malone
33:38
Hello. Kimberly from NJ
Mckayla Warwick
33:41
Good afternoon, pleased to be here from Philadelphia, PA
Liane Rozzell
33:43
Hi, Liane Rozzell from Washington, DC
Anna Kurien
33:49
Hi everyone - glad to be here from Atlanta and thanks in advance to our panel!
Shani She/They/Queen
33:53
Shani Harris-Bagwell from Oregon
Wayne Pitts
33:54
Hello from Lansing, NC
Keith Wattley
33:55
Hey, folks. Keith Wattley (UnCommon Law).
Tristen Edwards
33:56
Tristen Edwards from Portland, OR
Ash Arens
33:56
Ash Arens from Rocky Mountain Victim Law Center in Denver
Leon EL-Alamin
34:00
Leon El-Alamin, of Flint, The MADE Institute/ www.madeinstitute.org
Miranda Miller
34:00
Miranda here from Portland, OR
Donna Coker
34:00
Hi Everyone, Donna Coker in Miami. I am happy to be here!
Kan Jones
34:02
Deidra from Portland Oregon
Emerson Hamlin
34:03
Hi! Emerson from Oregon. Thanks for doing this!
Nike Greene
34:04
Hello, Nike Greene from Portland, Oregon
Spencer Todd
34:05
Hello! Spencer Todd from Salem, Oregon.
Lori Shepard
34:06
Hi, from Santa Fe, New Mexico
T Brown
34:06
Greetings - T. Brown in Memphis, TN.
Lauren Brown
34:07
Lauren Brown from Oakland, CA
Chris Harris
34:07
Hello from Austin, TX here. Thanks for putting this on!
Aaron Knott
34:09
Aaron Knott from Portland, Oregon
Rachelle Robley
34:09
Hi! Rachelle here from Hawai'i - with Coaching for Healing, Justice, and Liberation
Karen Kelly Garcia- Chavez
34:11
hi everyone Kelly Garcia Chavez from Albuquerque Nm
Kan Jones
34:11
Hi, Regina from Eugene, OR
Retha Onitiri
34:12
Hi, Retha Onitiri, New Jersey. Hi Kira!
Pamela Lawrence
34:13
Greetings from Baltimore
Anthony Marqusee
34:15
Anthony with CADBI and Let's Circle Up in Philadelphia, PA.
Leigh Brownhill
34:18
Good to be here. Logging in from southern Ontario, in the treaty territory of the Haudenosaunee Six Nations of the Grand River
Katherine Houston
34:19
Kazi Houston from Rocky Mountain Victim Law Center in Colorado
James Manning
34:19
Senator President Pro Tempore James I Manning Jr from Oregon
Leif [they]
34:20
Hi, I'm Leif (they/them) from Philadelphia
Kelcey Duggan
34:24
hello! Kelcey in Philadelphia, from the Community Resource Hub for Safety and Accountability
Yulise Waters
34:24
Hi, everyone! Glad to be here. Yulise Reaves Waters with Lone Star Justice Alliance out of Dallas, Texas
Shannon Wight
34:25
Hello, all! Shannon Wight with Partnership for Safety and Justice in Portland, OR.
David Dunbeck
34:25
David Dunbeck from Philadelphia
Kan Jones
34:27
Hi, Jeff from Portland, OR.
Patty Jones Thompson
34:30
hello... Patty here from JJC of Philadelphia
Leo Alirez
34:31
Hello all! Leo Alirez from Denver, CO. Founder/Executive Director of Life-Line Colorado.
Mairead McInerney
34:32
Hi, Mairead from Philadelphia
Sandra Joy
34:34
Hello Everyone! I am excited about this program! Sandy Joy from Philadelphia
Mrs. Dee-Dee Haw
34:35
Hello Everyone. Mrs. Dee-Dee from Phila,PA.
Tykeyah Guinn
34:37
Good Evening My name is Tykeyah Guinn and I'm from Juvenile Justice Center of Philadelphia
Anita Rodgers
34:39
Hey All! Anita from Portland, Oregon
Allie Dart
34:41
Allie from Minneapolis, MN
Representative Tawna Sanchez
34:45
Jon from Corvallis, Oregon
Cherri Dickson
34:45
Good eveo
Mairead McInerney
34:45
Hey!!
Michael Clemmons
34:48
Michael from Philly.
Ashley Wilson
34:48
Hi, Ashley Wilson with One Voice, Jackson, MS
Kan Jones
34:48
Hi! Ginny from Springfield, Oregon here. Thank you for having this event!
Kempis Songster
34:48
Peace and light to everyone this evening! Ghani here from Ubuntu Philadelphia and the Youth Art & Self-empowerment Project (YASP)!
gerald hamel
34:51
gerald hamel-Make a Chess Move (MACM) "Make your next move your best move" Denver, Colorado
Travis McIntyre
34:52
Travis McIntyre, The Pew Charitable Trusts in DC
Brooke Floyd
34:52
Hello! Brooke from Jackson, MS
Susan Wismar
34:55
Sue from Columbus Ohio
Kan Jones
34:56
kathy gordon, Portland Or
Monique Williams
34:57
Hello! Monique from Louisville, KY
Kelly Taylor Russell
34:58
Kelly from RJ program in Boulder County DA's office.
Claudia Lawhon
34:59
Hi everyone! I’m Claudia with Raphah Institute in Nashville!
Steven Austin
35:02
Good Evening everyone, Steve Austin Mothers In Charge. Phila.
Susan Hooks- Brown
35:03
Good Evening Susan Hooks- Brown- Community Learning Partnerships - Ypsilanti Michigan
Myles Crandall
35:03
Myles from Miami, excited for this discussion
michael getzler
35:11
hi! Michael from Legal Services for Prisoners with Children/ All of Us or None in Oakland
Dennis Woodbine
35:18
Hi! Dennis Woodbine from Finish Strong Wellness Center in Poughkeepsie, NY
Kan Jones
35:20
bill farver portland or
Aron Klein
35:22
Aron from Partnership for Safety & Justice in Oregon
Ashley Weatherspoon
35:25
Ashley from Portland, Oregon (she/her)
Barbara Argeros
35:35
Barbara - healing Hut People , Philadelphia.
Cherri Dickson
35:39
Good evening everyone, Cherri Dickson with Lone Star Justice Alliance Dallas
Monica Wendel
35:43
Monica Wendel from Louisville, KY
Cynthia Simons
35:49
Cynthia with Texas Criminal Justice Coalition from Austin, Tx
Shani She/They/Queen
35:52
Oregon is repping hard today!
Naomi Scheman
35:52
Naomi Scheman, Boston Workers Circle
Kempis Songster
36:01
Philadelphia standing up to end rampant violence AND mass human caging!
Charnele Demetrius
36:04
Charnele- Healing Hurt People Philadelphia :)
Claire Hurst
36:11
Claire Hurst, Restorative Justice Department at Family Services of Westchester, Westchester, NY
Leif [they]
36:20
Alright, Philly, represent!
Kan Jones
36:26
Welcome from Portland OR
Babak Zolfaghari-Azar
36:36
What's goooood everyone Babak here from Portland, Oregon
Hector Soto
36:37
Hector Soto, Bronx NY
Common Justice
37:08
Welcome to Solutions to Violence: Creating Safety without Prisons or Policing!With more people discussing non-carceral responses to violence, Common Justice is releasing a report to give more organizations and practitioners ideas that they can incorporate into their work.We’re celebrating the launch of this exciting report, with today’s panel! Hosted by Josie Duffy Rice, the panel features speakers who were all profiled in the report, as they break down the strategies and lessons they’ve learned as leaders in this field.Please use the Q&A button in Zoom for any questions you may have, that you’d like answered toward the end of the panel.Please note that ASL interpretation will be provided, and live captions are enabled.Thank you for joining what we’re sure will be a robust conversation!AGENDA:6:35 – Moderator & Panel Introductions6:45 – Panel discussion begins7:45 – Q&A8:00 – Closing remarks. Zoom ends & viewing party events begin.
Lily Yamamoto
37:27
Hi! Lili Yamamoto, Portland, Or
Sarah Loghin
37:36
Hi! Sarah Loghin, Austin TX
Lisalyn Jacobs
37:37
Lisa Jacobs, Arlington, VA
Joann Selvidge
37:39
Hi Liane!!
Jillian Detweiler
38:25
Hi! Jillian Detweiler, Multnomah County District Attorney's Office
Common Justice
39:05
Questions welcome! Use the Q&A button in Zoom to add any questions you'd like the panel to answer.
Joann Selvidge
39:06
S/o to Raphah! Thank you for being a shining light in TN.
Debbie Kilroy
39:08
Hi from Meanjin in the place called Australia
Travis Claybrooks (he/him/his)
40:20
Thank you Joann! Back at ya!
Kempis Songster
41:44
Our/Philly's own Dr. Dorothy!
Jeremy Hickenbottom
41:55
hello everyone
Kempis Songster
42:05
Hey Danielle!!!
Joann Selvidge
42:07
Wow Stefanie you are a badass
Kimberly Malone
43:20
Until We Reckon has been such a formative book for me. Thank you Danielle!
Kempis Songster
43:34
Ubuntu Philadelphia and the CHARLES Foundation co-hosting Philadelphia's Viewing Party and Community Conversation on the Solutions to Violence Report.
Mindy Merritt
43:40
Hello! Mindy Merritt from Salem, OR
Julianne Jackson
44:11
This is amazing, I am so excited to learn all the things. Hi Mindy!!!
Joann Selvidge
46:49
I love this language… beautiful reclamation
Leif [they]
47:12
++ Stefanie, this is resonating so much
Joann Selvidge
48:13
Super powerful work. Thank you, Stefanie!
Angie Rehling
49:47
Yes Doctor!
Steven Austin
50:54
Trauma on both sides thanks Dr. Dorothy.
Jacqueline Wiggins
51:08
Thanks Kempis!--Jackie Wigggins
Leif [they]
51:54
Awesome!!
Kan Jones
52:01
Travis, these are amazing numbers. Thanks for your work!!
Steven Austin
52:30
The feeling is shared Travis.
Cynthia Simons
53:07
In awe of everyone here! Travis that is a noble move to bring out what you saw as an officer to help the community
Juston Cooper
53:39
Will there be an opportunity to not only ask questions but briefly highlight work happening in other states?
Common Justice
53:46
Questions welcome! Please use the Q&A button to share any questions you'd like the panel to answer.
Travis Claybrooks (he/him/his)
53:56
Right on Steven!Kan, thank you for that encouragement. It's the people who actually are the heroes! They are the ones who do the work.Cynthia, I clearly was a part of the problem!!!
Jamal D. Bilal
55:12
hi guys........apologies......a little late.
Joann Selvidge
57:05
Oh wow this is heavy. So real. Speak!!
Ariel Knox
58:12
As a disabled activist THANK YOU.
Julianne Jackson
59:27
Justice4Saraya!!!!
Leif [they]
59:40
YES
Jaclyn Quiles-Nohar
01:00:08
YAS
Romona Bethany
01:01:15
Yes... Peace is a LIFESTYLE... RESTORATIVE JUSTICE IS A LIFESTYLE!
Mindy Merritt
01:02:32
Thank you Larell Smith Bacon, your point is so important.
Lisalyn Jacobs
01:04:30
The judgement issue is real. People spend so much time just trying to throw off societal stigma. We could be much more productive in the absence of all this uninformed judgement that many are carrying around.
Angie Rehling
01:04:30
Cops aren't supposed to kill "guilty" people either.
Leif [they]
01:05:26
@Angie exactly
Wayne Pitts
01:05:46
Shout out to the ASL interpreters - I appreciate your participation!
Daralee Vazquez
01:05:51
Prevention is the best intervention :)
Travis Claybrooks (he/him/his)
01:06:17
Every intervention should advance prevention - "prentervention"
Mindy Merritt
01:06:47
YES!
Common Justice
01:07:03
Questions welcome! Please use the Q&A button to share any questions you'd like the panel to answer.
Dawn Deaner
01:08:19
Shout out from Nashville! Dawn Deaner from Choosing Justice Initiative -- in community with Raphah and the amazing Travis Claybrooks!
gerald hamel
01:09:14
Tennessee is 3 different States, Memphis is Deep Downhome South, Nashville is Cumberland valley Ohio, and Knoxville Appalaching Mountain folf.
Joann Selvidge
01:10:09
Thank you, @gerald… as a Memphian I really appreciate this distinction lol… also, there’s all the rural counties… maybe another state in there
Joann Selvidge
01:10:57
S/o to you @dawn! so excited about the work that choosing justice is doing
gerald hamel
01:11:15
Bless you, Joann. I am a North Memphian and you are right rural counties are different. Reelfoot is Walking Tall country lol.
Joann Selvidge
01:12:40
Oooh snap! Danielle
Travis Claybrooks (he/him/his)
01:13:44
What up Dawn!!! YOU are the amazing one.Yes, Tennessee is quite eclectic on the cultural front.
Josie Duffy Rice
01:14:09
Dennis and others, if you have questions please send them via q&a and not in the chat! Thank you!
Juston Cooper
01:14:22
In the fall of 2020, Community based direct service and advocacy organizations came together to develop a concept to co-coordinate a violence reduction and community healing collaborative. The collaborative consist of 5 direct service organizations with over 50years of collective experience working in violence prevention, intervention, triage and ultimately reduction.The Youth Violence Reduction Collaboration focuses on cross programing and services for a collective impact and solution to violence in the Denver metro area.
Romona Bethany
01:14:55
FACTS!! Come on through Danielle!!
Movita Johnson
01:15:07
Absolutely Danielle!!!!
Travis Claybrooks (he/him/his)
01:15:13
YES, Come. On. Through!
Nike Greene
01:15:50
100% THIS PART- SAY it LOUDER for those in the Back!!!
Myles Crandall
01:16:01
So powerful Danielle, thank you!
Movita Johnson
01:16:05
the sad thing is that historically survivor groups have encouraged victims to remain in anger and resentment
Movita Johnson
01:16:25
"we have a narrative problem"!!!!
Yulise Waters
01:16:36
Speak truth, Danielle
Ramon Leclerc
01:17:35
Powerful Danielle thank you
Joann Selvidge
01:18:02
Amen
Joel Hodge
01:20:07
Joel “Eye” Hodge Founder/Program Director of the Struggle of Love Foundation
Elise Johnson-Griffin
01:20:47
Yes !!
Romona Bethany
01:21:33
YESSSS Travis!!! #RELATIONSHIPS!
Elise Johnson-Griffin
01:21:35
The basic needs
Movita Johnson
01:21:51
yes Travis!! They are a product of the environments that we have created for them
Raj Jayadev
01:22:10
“Super highway to transformation” - powerful!
Lauren Brown
01:22:28
Absolutely, Travis. Creating the space to explore!
Movita Johnson
01:22:59
change the environment and change their perspective
Erin Morales-Williams
01:24:14
Great question, Josie.
Joann Selvidge
01:24:24
+++
Yulise Waters
01:24:53
YEEEEESSSSSSS!!!!!!
Yulise Waters
01:25:03
What has happened TO THEM?
Travis Claybrooks (he/him/his)
01:25:06
YEEEEEEEEEEEESSSSSS
Claire Hurst
01:25:17
Yes!!
Movita Johnson
01:25:22
absolutely Dorothy! "What happened to them"
Nsombi Lambright-Haynes
01:25:31
I love that Dr. Speight! Its not what’s wrong with you, its what happened to you
Claire Hurst
01:25:40
YES!!!!
Amira Stanley
01:25:49
yes
Raj Jayadev
01:25:51
Dr. Dorothy is such a brilliant truth-teller.
Carlotta Hayes
01:26:00
What a panel !!!!!!!
Anna Kurien
01:26:08
so true, really resonating dr. dorothy
Romona Bethany
01:26:09
Amen Dr. Dorothy!
Mindy Merritt
01:26:22
^^^
Mrs. Dee-Dee Haw
01:26:44
Absolutely Dr. Dorothy S.
Kan Jones
01:28:29
Recommend Mental Health First Aid training
Leif [they]
01:28:59
So true. and major over diagnosis of schizophrenia in Black men.
Shani She/They/Queen
01:29:17
Jesus
Daniel Young
01:29:27
our kids have to see us present and been relevant to there Life prison should be the last straw our kids are dealing with emotional triggers and emotions that have came from there parents that they can't handle it or don't understand where it's coming from!!! We need to become trained in peer support and be usable to the school and Court systems and for our community to really work on recovery and healing ourselves and our kids
Movita Johnson
01:29:42
black boys and oppositional defiance disorder
Joann Selvidge
01:29:49
Thank you for lifting this up, Stefanie… I’m also a psychiatric survivor but never had that language to name it!! Sooo violent
Joann Selvidge
01:30:05
^ mh institutions
Leif [they]
01:30:26
Yes @motiva also true, white children are commonly given ADHD diagnosis. Black children diagnosed with ODD and Conduct disorders.
Anna Kurien
01:30:26
Yes Movita, as a public defender I saw this diagnosis of ODD so very often.
Lauren Brown
01:30:28
I've seen so many youth labeled as oppositional defiant disorder....like what???
Movita Johnson
01:30:42
yes Stefanie!!!!
Julianne Jackson
01:31:09
Absolutely!!!
Kempis Songster
01:31:12
racial and cultural biases abound in the diagnostic assessment of child and adolescent psychopathology.
Katy Romanoff
01:31:16
We have an entirely peer led respite in western ma!
Sophie Barker
01:31:17
The DSM is violent
Lauren Brown
01:31:29
Some would rather to stay in jail because it's a roof. So sad
Leif [they]
01:31:33
In the Child Welfare System, kinship and foster parents often call the police when children have mental health crisis because they don't know what to do
Romona Bethany
01:32:21
Wow Stefanie...this is great, valuable information! Thank you!
Daniel Young
01:32:32
we as the black community need safe spaces where we can heal ourselves to educate each other about self
Sophie Barker
01:32:39
^and child welfare and psychiatric institutions are both carceral. Thank you Stefanie!
Jaclyn Quiles-Nohar
01:32:39
Thank you Stefanie!
Joann Selvidge
01:32:45
Yesss! Thank you.
Movita Johnson
01:32:49
the medical model and capitalism have moved us away from holistic/WHOLISTIC healing
Julianne Jackson
01:32:57
It's the "Change Everything" for me!
Erin Morales-Williams
01:33:04
^^^^ yes, Movita
Leif [they]
01:33:26
exactly
Lauren Brown
01:33:32
our system partners would agree with you!
Leif [they]
01:34:22
when we talk about defund/abolition we need to talk about Child "welfare"/child protective services, otherwise known as the family policing system
Lisalyn Jacobs
01:34:23
Unhealed adults harming others in the workplace. Preach, Larell!!!
Shani She/They/Queen
01:34:44
Brave spaces vs safe spaces
Julianne Jackson
01:34:50
That is good!!!
Daniel Young
01:34:50
it's working the same way the oppressors want it to for the division of the black family and use us as slave's for private companies
Kempis Songster
01:34:53
The most pernicious effects of mass human caging can be seen in the struggles of children of incarcerated parents.
Yulise Waters
01:34:53
Yes! Not safe spaces. Truthful and courageous spaces
Sophie Barker
01:34:57
Thank you Leif!!!
Movita Johnson
01:35:11
yes Leif!!!! the child welfare system is a HUGE part of the problem!! DEFUND
Leif [they]
01:35:26
it's reactive and racist!!
Sophie Barker
01:36:04
And pooled with juvenile justice, immigrations enforcement, + psych institutionalization
Leif [they]
01:36:19
also basically just punishes poverty
Jacqueline Wiggins
01:36:20
What has the research showed about early truth-telling via educational outcomes not only for students (pre-K to grade 12 and beyond), but to parents, guardians, and extended family members? Next, what does the research show with respect to a realistic timeframe to effect change in the current way things are being done to prevent violence in families, with specific family members, within the educational system, etc. ---Jackie Wiggins
Leif [they]
01:36:21
YES
Movita Johnson
01:36:48
yes Larrell!
Kimiko Lighty
01:37:09
Thank you to all the panelist for your powerful shares!
Steven Austin
01:37:40
Powerful Danielle!!!!
Mindy Merritt
01:38:19
I just value this panel, especially as we begin to address the loss, harm and trauma experienced by COVID
Nanee Sajeev
01:38:26
Larell, could you name those orgs that do that work?
Mrs. Dee-Dee Haw
01:38:35
the criminal justice system isn't broken, it's doing what it was built to do and that's to incarcerate the black and brown and poor folks! It needs to be broken! The meaning of insanity is doing something over and over and expecting it to turn out different!
Donna Coker
01:38:36
I recommend the work of Mimi Kim, sujatha baliga, nuri nusrat, sonya shah, Mary Koss & the Campus PRISM on RJ & SA & IPV
Kempis Songster
01:39:17
That's right Mama Dee Dee!
Joann Selvidge
01:39:32
Also Mia Mingus csv TJ work
Aron Klein
01:39:56
Circles of Support and Accountability
Movita Johnson
01:39:57
yes Ms DeeDee! love you with my broken heart!
Lisalyn Jacobs
01:40:28
Mariame Kaba as well, as Danielle mentions is also very active in the domestic/sexual violence space.
Movita Johnson
01:40:49
Sujatha and Nuri are visionaries
Donna Coker
01:41:15
This is so right! As though we're doing such a great job of addressing IPV & SA with carceral responses! I have a pretty long list of resources to read/view about the use of RJ in IPV & SA that I'm happy to share w/folks. dcoker@law.miami.edu
Leif [they]
01:41:22
Yes - anyone interested in this, research carceral feminism
Nsombi Lambright-Haynes
01:41:25
+++++
Donna Coker
01:42:13
Gretchen Casey is another one!
Nanee Sajeev
01:42:26
Thank you for the names everyone!
Danielle Sered (she/her)
01:42:29
also Beth Richie's Arrested Justice
Leif [they]
01:42:31
+++
Carlotta Hayes
01:43:06
YES YES YES
Nanee Sajeev
01:43:09
Beth Richie’s Arrested Justice is truly foundational text
Aron Klein
01:43:31
Scream that from the rooftops!
Jaclyn Quiles-Nohar
01:43:50
Not all relationships are meant to be brought back together. Sometimes the healing has to be separate.
Larell Smith Bacon
01:44:02
Indigo Mateo of Soul Showers facilitates healing for survivors of sexual violence her information is indigomateo@gmail.com; mysoulshowers@gmail.com; website is indigomateo.com/soulshowers
Joann Selvidge
01:44:05
Yes healing can happen even if the one who caused the harm does not take accountability
Leif [they]
01:44:11
Creative Interventions does IPV work
Carlotta Hayes
01:44:19
Yes, Jaclyn - it’s often a matter of safety, not just physical safety
Danielle Sered (she/her)
01:44:38
https://www.creative-interventions.org/toolkit/
Leif [they]
01:45:12
++ thanks Danielle!
Danielle Sered (she/her)
01:45:41
https://nyupress.org/9780814776223/arrested-justice/
Movita Johnson
01:45:42
true restorative justice is not just about healing the harm caused but it includes healing the harm experienced
Nsombi Lambright-Haynes
01:45:56
Thanks so much! Can’t wait to review
Danielle Sered (she/her)
01:46:01
https://www.ahimsacollective.net/
aurelius francisco
01:46:50
https://transformharm.org/transformative-justice/ great resource to work through discussions of addressing sexual violence through TJ.
Jaclyn Quiles-Nohar
01:47:12
Thank you for all these resources!!
Movita Johnson
01:47:27
thank you Danielle!!
Mrs. Dee-Dee Haw
01:47:32
Truth! Love you Movita!
Leif [they]
01:47:58
I totally agree
Nanee Sajeev
01:48:01
Humility is so right
Julianne Jackson
01:48:27
This was a great question!!!!
Kelsey Arias
01:48:28
Thank you for talking about these intersections & how it shows up in mental health support/response, Stefanie!
Movita Johnson
01:48:56
yes Dorothy patience and kindness
Kan Jones
01:49:33
Be kind and patient with others, especially those that think differently than us.
Leif [they]
01:49:45
i also think as people start to access the information they'll realize this current system has got to go
Steven Austin
01:49:56
Yes Dr.Dorothy!!!!
Jaclyn Quiles-Nohar
01:50:07
But implementing these systems within the criminal justice system model will impose time restrictions or funding restrictions that want quantifiable results within a particular time period. How do you handle that conflict with human growth?
Movita Johnson
01:50:11
love trumps hate
Janeen Sollman
01:50:37
snaps to that!
Susan Hooks- Brown
01:51:05
AMEN!!
Jaclyn Quiles-Nohar
01:51:14
++++
Julianne Jackson
01:51:29
That^^^^^^
Kelsey Arias
01:51:32
yes yes yes yes yes to this conversation!!
Nanee Sajeev
01:51:33
i think maybe the goal with that is so that we don’t have a cps at all
Leif [they]
01:51:34
YES
Janeen Sollman
01:51:39
I really appreciate the conversation. What a passionate and powerful panel.
Joann Selvidge
01:52:08
Former/current foster youth leaders in GA are doing an amazing job advocating for better systems: https://www.maac4kids.org/georgia-empowerment/
Leif [they]
01:52:22
thank you Joann!
Jacqueline Wiggins
01:52:42
An aspect of the healing that must take place is to talk freely, yet in informed ways, the history of this county, and all of its "institutional systems" where ENSLAVEMENT is a critical part of the healing action that MUST BE CONFRONTED.--Jackie Wiggins
Leif [they]
01:52:53
+++
Elise Johnson-Griffin
01:53:00
let's think about systematically, alot of things are set up as a reactivate base and not proactive. If we could truly change the track of alot of programs I feel we could definitely make a huge change.
Mindy Merritt
01:53:13
^^^
Steven Austin
01:53:24
We should have rebelled much harder when the government started regulating how folks raise their children or what discipline works and doesn't.
Joann Selvidge
01:53:57
Yes… like re-set spaces
Yulise Waters
01:53:59
Snaps to that!
Joann Selvidge
01:54:06
Resting/mindful spaces
Julianne Jackson
01:54:19
So much this
Joann Selvidge
01:54:34
The village
Jaclyn Quiles-Nohar
01:54:36
I feel like communities their resources back. #reparations
Elise Johnson-Griffin
01:54:38
Yes a safe space
Kempis Songster
01:54:39
Children of incarcerated mothers are 6 times more likely to end up in the foster care system than even children of incarcerated fathers.
Leif [they]
01:54:47
@Steve - most kids are actually removed for "insufficient supervision" or "insufficient living conditions" ... ie, parents are poor.
Steven Austin
01:55:24
Very unceremoniously.
Kelsey Arias
01:55:36
For folks interested, Amita Swadhin does a lot of amazing work and leads powerful conversations around the involvement of CPS as a tool for policing, specifically within communities of color. They have an organization called Mirror Memoirs for LGBTQIA2+ Black, Indigenous, and POC folks who survived childhood sexual abuse. https://mirrormemoirs.com/
Leif [they]
01:55:42
parents have to go to work, kids are home. it's ridiculous
Shani She/They/Queen
01:55:52
Y’all have given me much to chew on
Kan Jones
01:56:02
Braid Mission Team Based Mentoring for Foster Youth in the Bay Area braidmission.org
Babak Zolfaghari-Azar
01:56:12
facts
Leif [they]
01:56:13
+++ YES Stefanie
Leif [they]
01:56:18
Absolutely
Leif [they]
01:56:25
and you lose your kids
Mindy Merritt
01:56:40
Without assimilation, biases, and leaving the family behind... as Dr. D says - prevention, intervention and education. This is a complete system change that begins with recognizing institutional and systemic racism and YES - Stefani mental health is all wrapped around in this work!
Kempis Songster
01:56:45
This society does not support parent-child bonds.
Sophie Barker
01:56:54
In many states “foster parents” are paid more for keeping “disabled” children in their homes
Mindy Merritt
01:57:16
We must recognize the parent-child bond and embrace to begin healing...
Sherrell Whitmire
01:57:16
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Leif [they]
01:57:19
Yes @sophie, "treatment level" care
Sophie Barker
01:57:23
Sometimes disabilities are real. Sometimes they can just be having experienced neglect etc. All $$$
Sophie Barker
01:57:53
And states steal SSI children are meant to receive
Movita Johnson
01:58:00
on top of that children are abused and when they age out there is no discharge planning prior to discharge. Many of them wound up in custody for violent crimes because of the harm that was perpetuated on them
Sophie Barker
01:58:14
https://www.npr.org/2021/04/22/988806806/state-foster-care-agencies-take-millions-of-dollars-owed-to-children-in-their-ca
Leif [they]
01:58:32
kids who age out are way more likely to end up in prison
Movita Johnson
01:58:44
hurt people, hurt people
Mrs. Dee-Dee Haw
01:59:36
Yes, Movita.
Ramon Leclerc
01:59:46
Kids in foster care are usually discharged in to the shelter system which is a form of violence
Leif [they]
02:00:01
^^
Jaclyn Quiles-Nohar
02:00:07
+++
Yulise Waters
02:00:22
Where is the hand clap reaction?
Janeen Sollman
02:00:55
LOVE!!!!!!
Leif [they]
02:00:56
ABSOLUTELY!!!!
Romona Bethany
02:00:58
Come on Danielle!!!!!! YES! BE LIGHT IN DARKNESS!
Steven Austin
02:01:00
That system breeds some of the anger, Danielle.
Elise Johnson-Griffin
02:01:19
love it
Kempis Songster
02:01:20
Yes, where IS the hand clap reaction?!!!
Kelsey Arias
02:01:33
👏
Movita Johnson
02:01:36
Yessss!!!!
Nike Greene
02:01:36
Give that girl an offering
Cynthia Simons
02:01:37
the generational effects of incarceration are paced on the lives of those who are perceived innocent. We must practice healing and stop allowing a system to punitively punish for generations
Myles Crandall
02:01:53
Move over shit and glass, inspiring people coming through
Jacqueline Wiggins
02:01:54
Why is the term "White Supremacy" perpetually used? The accurate term is "White Savagery." Words matter for greater understanding---Jackie Wiggins
Lauren Brown
02:01:59
MIC drop!!!
Susan Hooks- Brown
02:01:59
CLAP!!!
Kimiko Lighty
02:02:04
Thank you!
Kimberly Malone
02:02:08
Thank you!
T Brown
02:02:11
Thank you for this wisdom and this experience!
Movita Johnson
02:02:13
drop the mic!!
Leigh Brownhill
02:02:13
🙌
Elise Johnson-Griffin
02:02:20
Amazing panel 👏 🙌
Anna Kurien
02:02:21
Thank you thank you for your wisdom and work!
Lauren Brown
02:02:21
How can we access this recording?
Amira Stanley
02:02:22
this was amazing! thank you
Liane Rozzell
02:02:23
Thank you, everyone!
Movita Johnson
02:02:26
👏🏽👏🏽👏🏽👏🏽
Nike Greene
02:02:27
👏🏾
Romona Bethany
02:02:28
Please insert the fact that we cannot allow the pandemic and other factors to stop us from GOING and doing this necessary work of building safe, restorative relationships and saving lives! <3
Kan Jones
02:02:29
You all have been amazing panelists!!! So inspirational and knowledgeable!!!
Oretola Thomas
02:02:30
Thank you all!
Joann Selvidge
02:02:30
Thank you so much to everyone on this panel & for the mediation & interpreters!!
Mairead McInerney
02:02:30
This was a fantastic panel
Myles Crandall
02:02:30
Thank you all! Also, huge props to Jose for your podcast and work
Mindy Merritt
02:02:31
This was amazing, thank you
Brooke Floyd
02:02:35
This has been amazing! Thank you! I have hope!
Mairead McInerney
02:02:37
How can we access the recording?
Mrs. Dee-Dee Haw
02:02:38
Thank you Everyone, this was fantastic!
Julianne Jackson
02:02:42
WELL SEE YOU AT 5:15 PDX!!!!!
Danielle Sered (she/her)
02:02:44
Thank you so much for being with us, everyone!
Melinda Fleming
02:02:45
So glad I attended! Thank you!
Ruben Ortiz, P.h.D. (He/Him/El/His)
02:02:45
Thank y’all so much!
Susan Hooks- Brown
02:02:49
Awesome
Erin Morales-Williams
02:02:50
brilliant panel!!
ASL Interpreter | Brandon Kazen-Maddox
02:02:53
Feel free to contact interpreters at bkm296@nyu.edu! Thank you!
Retha Onitiri
02:02:56
Great job! Thanks to all the panelist!
Audrey Herman
02:02:59
thank you for this conversation. definitely leaving with many more questions and thoughts.
Kan Jones
02:02:59
Excellent panel. Thank you for your work and wisdom!
Kempis Songster
02:03:01
👏
Steven Austin
02:03:04
Wednesday
Movita Johnson
02:03:08
all of the panelist and the people commenting were amazing
Patty Jones Thompson
02:03:12
This was excellent!! Thank you for this information!
Sherrell Whitmire
02:03:14
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Kan Jones
02:03:18
🔥🔥🔥🔥🔥🔥!!
Romona Bethany
02:03:21
Be safe and Godspeed to all! Keep South Bend, IN in your thoughts and prayers as we love others and lead in a life of Peace! #SBAlive #CommunityInitiatives
Lori Shepard
02:03:24
Thank you. All of you are awesome.
Julianne Jackson
02:03:32
PDX/Oregon chat begins at 5:15PM!!!!!!
ASL Interpreter | Brandon Kazen-Maddox
02:03:35
Thank you all! Amazing work!
Common Justice
02:03:38
ATTN ALL VIEWING PARTY HOSTS:Feel free to drop your organization name, city, state & a link to your local discussion details in the chat for any guests that might like to attend.
Leigh Brownhill
02:03:41
Thanks to all the speakers for the wisdom
Leo Alirez
02:03:41
Very Impactful! Gracias
Kempis Songster
02:03:42
Philadelphia will be having our follow-up conversation tomorrow from 6-7:30pm
Steven Austin
02:03:43
Powerful Panel
Jaclyn Quiles-Nohar
02:03:43
Can you share the link to the next meeting?
Kelsey Arias
02:03:44
Thank you!
Carly Frintner
02:03:44
Thank you everyone.
Joel Hodge
02:03:45
Struggleoflove foundation.org
Babak Zolfaghari-Azar
02:03:45
blessings
Allie Dart
02:03:50
Thank you!
Janeen Sollman
02:03:50
Thank you!
Mairead McInerney
02:03:51
Thank for your wisdom.
Romona Bethany
02:03:51
Thank you!
Common Justice
02:03:58
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D'Angelo Tupper
02:03:59
thank u
Carlotta Hayes
02:03:59
Thank you, everyone!
Movita Johnson
02:04:10
The CHARLES Foundation www.thecharlesfoundation.com