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Race-Class Narrative, Digital Narrative-Building & How to Break Through the Noise - Shared screen with speaker view
Cinthia Illan Vazquez
16:31
Hi everyone! Cinthia (she/her), Washington Bus Seattle, WA
Melissa Uribe
17:25
hey everyone! Melissa Uribe (she/her), California, United for Respect
Jamala Rogers
17:37
Hi Khadijah Wilson here with Organization for Black Struggle in Saint Louis MO
Michael Nelson
17:38
Michael Nelson (he,him,his) Forward Montana Foundation, Billings MT
Libby Watson
17:43
Libby (she/her) also from WA Bus based in Seattle.
Alan de Leon
17:50
Greetings from Houston, TX! Alán de Leon, he/his/el. Houston Advocacy Organizer at MOVE Texas
Olivia Moore
18:00
Hey! I’m Olivia, she/hers, I’m a volunteer with New Hampshire Youth Movement and an educator from Maine
Alex Birnel, MOVE Texas
18:08
San Antonio, MOVE Texas
Emma Bode
18:21
Emma Bode (she/hers) Forward Montana Foundation, Bozeman MT
Aaron Arguello
18:23
Howdy, Aaron here from Move Texas, San Antonio, He/Him
Griffin Sinclair-Wingate
18:34
Griffin Sinclair-Wingate (He/Him/His) New Hampshire Youth Movement
Sarah Wilson
18:51
Hi Prentiss! This is Sarah from Workers Center for Racial Justice. So excited to be here :)
Joi Wells
19:01
Hi everyone! Joi from the Workers Center for Racial Justice in Chicago
Jamala Rogers
19:11
Jamala Rogers, Organization for Black Struggle-St. Louis MO. Her/she
Mo Pannier
19:11
Hi everyone! My name is Mo (she/her), from The Washington Bus based in Seattle.
Dylan Carney
19:13
Hey y’all! Dylan Carney, He Him, NH Youth Movement
Jason Chavez
19:33
Hello, my name is Jason Chavez I am not part of an organization but I do public speaking for my state in Connecticut. uses (He/Him) pronouns
Raven Douglas
19:34
Hey y’all! Raven Douglas, she/her, MOVE Texas
Anita Austin
19:34
Hi Anita from Loud Light
Carolyn (CPA) - she/her
19:52
Hi everyone, Carolyn from Chinese Progressive Association in San Francisco. She/her pronouns
Yolanda Godwin
20:33
Greetings from Yolanda -workers center for racial justice in chi-town
Bert Bayou
20:56
Hi everyone, Bert Bayou - African Communities Together.
Alex Birnel, MOVE Texas
26:21
Tony McDade
Alex Birnel, MOVE Texas
29:48
yes
Libby Watson
46:39
scares them away
Sarah Wilson
46:42
Confuses them
Carolyn (CPA) - she/her
46:42
Promotes distrust
Jamala Rogers
48:20
Ultimately, we're trying to make government of The People for The People.
Libby Watson
49:09
any way we can have this slide deck after?
Hill-Snowdon Foundation
49:33
Yes
Hill-Snowdon Foundation
49:44
We can share the slide deck
Sarah Wilson
59:12
In your experience, Prentiss, what is needed to make sure the base is united and aligned in messaging, that we can all use in our personal lives as well as in the work?
Jamala Rogers
01:21:05
Michael, you have some indigenous people in Montana. Are those people not being considered in the race/class narrative?
Sarah Wilson
01:22:25
That was a good example, thank you!
Antonio Lightfoot
01:23:49
wow
Michael (he,him,his)
01:24:04
Jamala :) When the race class narrative does come up indigenous folks are included and centered in that conversation. The problem is that more often than not, the race class narrative is just never mentioned. Even in "progressive" spaces.
Antonio Lightfoot
01:24:48
great example
Griffin Sinclair-Wingate
01:24:49
Thanks so much y’all!
Joanna Blotner
01:24:51
I live that metaphor!
Joanna Blotner
01:24:55
*love
Jamala Rogers
01:24:55
Thank you for sharing!
Alex Birnel, MOVE Texas
01:24:57
Thank you!
Raven Douglas
01:25:01
Thank you!!
Jamala Rogers
01:25:08
And thanks to Hill-Snowdon!!
Melissa Uribe
01:25:10
thank you!!!
Janis| all pronouns| OBS
01:25:11
Thanks!
Carolyn (CPA) - she/her
01:25:15
Thank you!
Jason Chavez
01:25:18
Thank you. I am rally new to this
Mo (she/her)-Washington Bus
01:25:21
Thank you so much!
Olivia Moore
01:25:22
Thank you so much Prentiss
Jason Chavez
01:25:25
*really
McKeely Shannon
01:25:31
Thank you much!
Joanna Blotner
01:25:44
thank you for sharing your wisdom
Shona Chakravartty
01:25:44
thanks a lot. lets go out & sell some justice filled brownies!!
Michael (he,him,his)
01:25:46
Thank you Prentiss!
Esthefanie Solano
01:25:48
Thank you!
Sarah Wilson
01:25:51
Thank you Prentiss, this was wonderful!
Joi Wells
01:25:53
thank you!
Anita Austin
01:25:53
Thank you so much
Shona Chakravartty
01:25:56
you too
Lisa LaGrone
01:26:03
thank you for the information
Brenda Lozano
01:26:21
thank you! for your resilience!