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DLW - Allyship: Supporting Black, Indigenous & Communities of Color - Shared screen with speaker view
Denisse Guerrero (she/her)
16:26
Congratulations!!
Durga she/ella
28:25
Where is the extra audio coming from?
Terri Pollock
28:26
Somebody needs to mute!
Eileen Bleeker
29:02
background noise makes it difficult to hear the speaker
Ann Martin
29:05
Must be Gio
Maureen (Mo) Brinck-Lund
29:10
Please be respectful. Turn off audio.
Duffy Clarke - - 46th LD
29:22
there is background noise present - - please mute
Dottie Villesvlk
29:24
The host should be able to mute everybody...can that happen?
Cindy Black
43:33
13th documentary on Netflix - https://www.netflix.com/title/80091741
Cindy Black
44:01
Amend documentary - https://www.thedocumentarygroup.com/amend
Joseph Lachman, ACRS (he/him/his)
46:52
https://aapidata.com/civic/voting/
Leni Skarin, she/her, LD 23
50:04
The label of Asian Pacific Islanders is a real problem. Here in Kitsap County, the Pacific Island Nations have formed their own organization called VOPIN, Voices of Pacific Island Nations.
Rose Bigham
52:15
How did each of the guest speakers get involved in doing advocacy work?
Maureen (Mo) Brinck-Lund
52:23
Thank you one and all. I have to leave for a meeting.
Cindy Black
53:32
In particular recognizing and acknowledging white privilege
Duffy Clarke - - 46th LD
55:43
Do the guest panelists here today feel "Allyship" from each group represented (i.e., Blacks, LatinX, Asian/Pacific Islandanders, Native American
Duffy Clarke - - 46th LD
56:59
I should also have included "Whites" in the question above - -
Maurie’s iPad (2)
57:18
There is no shame in being privileged. There is shame if not acknowledging it and using it to benefit all human beings.
Kami Lee she/her LD23 Bainbridge Island
57:37
AMEN
Saunatina Sanchez
59:39
One thing I've noticed working in primarily safe spaces is how unwilling white people are to get uncomfortable in recognizing how they have benefited from the system and maintain it without realizing, especially related to land use policies.
Rose Bigham
01:01:59
I think that is true across the board: many white people do not acknowledge how they have benefitted and that other groups have NOT. Even when it is patiently explained to them - they don't get it, and are reluctant to even try. :-(
Saunatina Sanchez
01:08:50
A thought, a manifestation of that reluctance could come in resisting the solutions that would remove some of that privilege. For example, land use being one of my passions, I feel this comes across when people resist upzoning and acknowledging the way redlining created those zones.
Maurie’s iPad (2)
01:11:05
Perhaps the privileged peoples don’t acknowledge because of possible resentment tossed their way by the under privileged.
Ann Martin
01:18:20
Thanks very much for an educational session. I have to leave, but not because I don't want to stay!
Rose Bigham
01:21:31
I have to scoot out too. THANK YOU SO MUCH for this excellent discussion . !
Joanna Cullen
01:21:59
Thank you. I have to sign off.
Giovanni Severino
01:24:57
Unfortunately I have to hop off! Thank you for the opportunity to be on the panel and for allowing me to share my perspective. I hope to see as many folks that were present to join us in future efforts to improve the quality of life for all communities, while focusing on issues that communities of color are facing. Thank you!
Denisse Guerrero (she/her)
01:25:05
Thank you Gio!
Susan Fleming
01:25:26
Do you worry that more integration into general US society could dilute your culture, and be a loss to your community? If so, what should be done?
Duffy Clarke - - 46th LD
01:26:06
Thank you Giovanni
Denisse Guerrero (she/her)
01:28:10
Here is a biography of Wilma Mankiller, from the National Women's History Museum - https://www.womenshistory.org/education-resources/biographies/wilma-mankiller
Leni Skarin, she/her, LD 23
01:28:21
Thanks for this educational and illuminating discussion!
Dottie Villesvlk
01:28:32
Thank you for this very informative and challenging time. I need to leave now.
Duffy Clarke - - 46th LD
01:28:41
Thank you to all the panelists - - I learned so much!