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National Constitution Day Conversation - Shared screen with speaker view
kiely newsome
35:39
hi
Hallerose Henderson
35:46
Hello!
Ashrith Varidhireddy
35:48
Happy Constitution Day!
Robert Kigobe
36:00
Hello to everyone
Bruce Bowles Jr.
36:35
Bruce Bowles Jr.
(F) Kathie Barrett
36:42
Kathie Barrett - UWG
Charlotte Joiner
36:47
Charlotte Joiner (she/her) Georgia College & State University
Shaundra Walker
36:50
Shaundra Walker, Georgia College, she/her
(F) Holly Filsinger
36:53
Hello! Holly Filsinger (she/her) Illinois State University
Konstantin Grabowski
36:54
Konstantin Grabowski - WCU (he/him)
Nicholas Bialous
36:54
Nick Bialous
Stephanie McClure
36:55
Stephanie McClure, Georgia College (she/her)
melvin bui
36:56
Melvin Bui - Chico State -He/Him
Nicholas Damore
36:57
Nicholas Damore CSI
Lauren Howes
36:57
Lauren Howes - WCU
Brandon Bogart
36:57
Brandon Bogart - College of Staten Island
(F) Margot Morgan
36:57
Margot Morgan — Indiana University Southeast
Sal Manno
36:57
Salvatore Manno
kiely newsome
36:58
My name is Kiely Newsome (she/her) going to CSI
Ava Lopez
36:58
Ava Lopez (she/her) - University of South Florida - St. Petersburg
Bruce Bowles Jr.
37:00
Bruce Bowles Jr.: Texas A&M University-Central Texas (he/him/his)
Giselle Santiago Hernandez
37:00
Giselle Santiago(she/her)- Chico State
Youssef Saleh
37:00
Youssef saleh (csi)
Franco Palomba
37:01
Franco Palomba
Victoria Wallace
37:01
Victoria Wallace CSI (she/her)
Ellen Nuffer
37:01
Ellen Nuffer, Professor Emerita from Keene State College
Ashley Bernaugh
37:02
Ashley (Burgdorf) Bernaugh she/they from Western Kentucky University
(F) Janet Hoffmann
37:03
Jan Hoffmann, Georgia College
daniel maronna
37:03
Daniel maronna CSI
Brigid Finn-Maguire
37:03
Brigid Maguire She/her
Mai-Wah Cheung
37:06
Mai-Wah Cheung, CUNY-CSI, She/her
Husam Ali
37:07
Husam Ali Staten Island College
Liana Howe
37:09
Liana Howe, University of South Florida
Ashrith Varidhireddy
37:09
Hi my name is Ashrith and I'm a graduate student at Florida Gulf Coast University, pronouns he, him, and his.
(F) Gavin Lee
37:10
Hi. I am Gavin Lee from the University of West Georgia.
Peg Gray-Vickrey
37:12
Peg Gray-Vickrey TAMUCT
Jillian Handley
37:12
Jillian Handley, CUNY CSI (she/her)
Diane McMahon
37:12
Diane McMahon - Allegany College of Maryland - Cumberland, MD
Jazaira Escalera Ferreras
37:13
Jazaira Escalera Ferreras CUNY Staten Island
Amanda Nicoletta
37:14
Amanda Nicoletta - CSI she/her
Cristal Jospeh
37:14
Cristal Joseph (she/her) SUNY Delhi
Brigid Finn-Maguire
37:15
Brigid Maguire from SUNY Delhi
Chad Helton
37:17
Hi! My name is Chad Helton I am a freshman at Georgia College and my preferred pronouns are he/him.
Morgan Davis
37:17
Morgan Davis - Lander university (She/her)
Stella Ng
37:18
Stella Ng, College Of Staten Island, she/her
Taylor Newton-Spritz
37:19
Taylor Newton-Spritz, Lander University
Evelin Gomez
37:19
Evelin Gomez (College of Staten Island)
Isaiah Hudson
37:21
Isaiah Hudson- college of Staten Island
(F) Chapman Rackaway
37:22
Greetings from lovely Virginia! Professor and Chair in Political Science at Radford University
Sara Baftjari
37:23
Sara Baftjari CSI
(F) Harold Mock
37:23
Harold Mock, Georgia College
Lea Messman-Mandicott
37:24
Lea Messman-Mandicott, Frostburg State Univ., she/her
Caleb Fisher
37:27
Caleb Fisher, WCU
Deborah Stengle
37:28
Hi All, Deborah Stengle, CSI, she/her
Deena Mohsen
37:28
Deena Mohsen, CUNY CSI
Lauren McMurray
37:31
Lauren McMurray, western Carolina university
Mattie Orloff
37:32
Mattie Orloff, Chico State University, She/Her
Greg Mellas
37:35
Greg Mellas, Metropolitan State University
Nicolette Amato
37:36
Nicolette Amato-CSI
Robert Kigobe
37:38
Robert kigobe cuny csi. Greetings to all and thank you for this conversation
(F) Willie Redmond
37:38
Willie Redmond - Southeast Missouri State University
Holly Miller
37:44
Holly Miller (she/her) from Western Carolina University!
Eslam HUSSEIN
37:51
Eslam Hussein : College of Staten Island
Ri'kea Narciso
37:54
Ri'kea Narciso she/her - Lander University
(F) Michael Paris
38:01
Michael Paris, The College of Staten Island (CUNY)
Aislinn Pavia
38:15
Aislinn Pavia - College of Staten Island
Julie Kim
38:36
Julie Kim- College Of Staten Island
Husam Ali
39:00
Northwest
E. Scott Lee
39:04
Scott Lee - Indiana University East (with no sound - need to figure out)
Philip Heinlen
39:06
Philip Heinlen - Lander University
Kimberly Morales
39:07
Kimberly Morales - California State University, Chico
Leah Thompson
39:09
Leah Thompson - she/her - Western Kentucky University
(F) Harriett Steinbach
41:38
kahoot.it 6717399
Justin Jackson
41:47
Justin Jackson, Western Carolina University
Doris Takpa
44:05
I cannot log in
(F) Harriett Steinbach
44:23
kahoot.it 6717399
(F) Michael Paris
46:03
Jefferson was “kicking ass as the ambassador to France."
Leticia Caetano de Brito
48:29
Leticia Caetano de Brito - Western Carolina University
Yusuf McCaskill
49:29
1906
daniel maronna
53:40
I got one right
(F) Amber Godwin
53:54
ee-kid-na
sylvanus ariole
54:17
I have difficulties connecting. Can I have a copy of the quiz?
sylvanus ariole
54:32
I love quiz
Stella Ng
54:33
Thank you!
(F) Amber Godwin
54:38
Quiz was so fun!
Ashrith Varidhireddy
54:48
Thank you for the quiz!
Brigid Finn-Maguire
55:12
the quiz was fun
(F) Diane McMahon
01:22:55
Thanks Sylvanus….great point!!
Mai-Wah Cheung
01:23:14
can you resend the quiz questions?
Ashrith Varidhireddy
01:23:18
In my breakout session we discussed about a national voting amendment which would make it easier for people to have voting rights instead of separate rights in every state and makes one moving from one area to another easier, mine was Room 5.
(F) Cathy Copeland, AASCU
01:23:51
Yes, I'll send all of the quiz questions to all registrants at the end of the afternoon.
Stephanie McClure
01:23:59
I like the idea of a national voting amendment
daniel maronna
01:24:18
The constitution is overly complicated in its language and overly simple in its protections. Throw it out and write a new one!
kiely newsome
01:24:28
^^^
Ashrith Varidhireddy
01:25:03
Yes, and also I talked about how India constitution is similar to the US one in having similar rights to the 1st amendment.
(F) Amber Godwin
01:26:27
Some can't vote
Ashrith Varidhireddy
01:26:40
kiely newsome
01:27:16
My group talked about that too
Brigid Finn-Maguire
01:27:31
Our group spoke about the 1st amendment. Chapman did a great job of facilitating it. Very interesting
(F) Amber Godwin
01:27:40
Collective security v individual freedom is always complex
Lauren Howes
01:28:08
Great point, Leticia!
(F) Diane McMahon
01:28:27
Media influence…that is so important to consider - creating a tyranny of the majority through false narratives.
Stephanie McClure
01:28:44
I feel like we have a tyranny of the minority right now; support for vaccines is over 70% but you wouldn't know that from most media. :(
Giselle Santiago Hernandez
01:28:58
Great discussion going on here!
kiely newsome
01:29:06
I agree
(F) Cathy Copeland, AASCU
01:29:08
Great point, Stephanie!
Juan DaCosta
01:29:30
The constitution is a document that is historic... With that said the people both elected and constituents have an obligation to treat everyone fairly. The people have accepted the marginalization of some of its citizens in all aspects of society. These acts and the selective recognition and justice has rendered the constitution just the document that it is, not manifested properly. This is a cancer that permeates the globe.
Ava Lopez
01:31:22
Such as the PATRIOT Act and 9/11
kiely newsome
01:31:27
totally agree
Ashrith Varidhireddy
01:31:29
💯
(F) Willie Redmond
01:32:04
"I feel like we have a tyranny of the minority right now".......…Yes, Stephanie! That is a great reflection of the "power", which was discussed earlier. "Majority of population" is not always the issue... but rather, the "majority of power".
(F) Jessica Traylor
01:32:20
This is a great conversation! I love hearing so many student voices!
Charlotte Joiner
01:32:36
Great job everyone! :)
Bruce Bowles Jr.
01:33:06
I love your point about majority of power, Willie.
(F) Amber Godwin
01:33:22
@ Jessica, I agree, this is amazing. I've found it so refreshing to hear student voice...I think even DISCUSSING politics has become more accepted in recent years...previously students seemed discouraged to talk about the constitution or politics in any way at all
Emily Moran-Perez
01:33:35
During the breakout session we discussed about what we think about the constitution and what’s important, for example the 19th amendment which is the right for women to vote and this right is not followed in Afghanistan as women have no rights at all, and some events that happened around the world.
Christina Harrison
01:33:58
Excellent conversation, everyone. Thank you--and this definitely needs to happen again.
(F) Chapman Rackaway
01:34:20
As we were running out of time, a student from Togo was describing her perspective on the differences between the US and Togo executive powers. Unfortunately we couldn't hear more - we need another half hour to keep the conversation going!
Brigid Finn-Maguire
01:34:28
Times have changed but Human nature is the same. There were issues of hate, and tyranny in the past. Those drafting the constitution knew this would be the case. Human nature does not change.
(F) Janet Hoffmann
01:34:48
I love National Times Talks, bring on more! Thanks so much Cathy and Steven and all the students who shared your perspectives and concerns!
(F) Jessica Traylor
01:35:01
Great point @Charlotte! I think we need another conversation on fact vs interpretation.
Charlotte Joiner
01:35:15
Totally agree Brandon, great point
(F) Margot Morgan
01:35:16
The main thing I emphasize in class is that the Constitution is open to interpretation — that there is no 1 “correct” understanding of the first amendment (for example).
(F) Gavin Lee
01:35:19
Chapman. That sounds fascinating.
Deborah De Simone
01:35:47
THIS WAS FASCINATING! Thank you!!ADP!!
(F) Pate McMichael
01:35:49
Wow! A civil conservation about some really tough problems. The future is bright!
Ashrith Varidhireddy
01:36:01
Thank you very much everyone for your great conversations on the constitution.
Steve Elliott-Gower
01:36:01
I suspect that some of us in certain states will get some guidance from our state govts as to how to interpret the Constitution!
(F) Stephen Ferst
01:36:02
To all the students - great thoughts! Amazing job!
(F) Margot Morgan
01:36:03
Thank you, Cathy!
(F) Pate McMichael
01:36:03
Conversation lol
(F) Willie Redmond
01:36:04
Thanks students!!!!
Eslam HUSSEIN
01:36:04
Thank you guys
Nicholas Bialous
01:36:14
Thank you
Steven Koether (he/him)
01:36:15
Great Conversations! Thank you everyone
Evelin Gomez
01:36:15
Thank you. It was a nice conversation
(F) Holly Filsinger (she/her)
01:36:15
This has been a fantastic event and conversation! Thank you to my lovely breakout group and larger chat. I appreciate everyone being open to sharing their thoughts. Thank you for today!
Charlotte Joiner
01:36:18
THANK YOU!
Lauren Howes
01:36:35
Great to hear some international perspectives!
(F) ellen szarleta
01:36:38
Thank you, Cathy.
Kimberly Morales
01:36:41
thanks everyone <3 <3 <3
Nicholas Damore
01:36:46
Thank you
kiely newsome
01:36:47
Thank you
Husam Ali
01:36:49
I learned so much
Taylor Newton-Spritz
01:36:49
Thank you!! Gavin Lee was amazing in the small group! We had a blast!
Giselle Santiago Hernandez
01:36:50
Thank You!! Glad I was able to join today:)
(F) Michelle Donlin
01:36:51
Thanks all for participating! Thanks Cathy!
Emily Moran-Perez
01:36:52
Thank you!!
Husam Ali
01:36:53
Thank you!!
Steven Koether (he/him)
01:36:54
Thank you Cathy!
Annie Lin
01:36:54
Was there a sign in link? Sorry I might have missed it.
Jeenal Parmar
01:36:55
Thank you kindly
Ashrith Varidhireddy
01:36:57
Thank you!, yes!
(F) Gavin Lee
01:36:58
Thanks. This has been great.
Konstantin Grabowski
01:37:01
thank you
Morgan Davis
01:37:03
Thank you!
Liana Howe
01:37:03
Thank you!
Deena Mohsen
01:37:03
Thank You
Jazaira Escalera Ferreras
01:37:05
thanks you!
Philip Heinlen
01:37:06
thank you
Leticia Caetano de Brito
01:37:07
Thank you!
Husam Ali
01:37:08
Thank you I learned so much!!!
Franco Palomba
01:37:08
thank you
Stella Ng
01:37:10
Thank you for having us!
Mai-Wah Cheung
01:37:14
thank you! this was a great session
Ava Lopez
01:37:15
Thank you everyone for sharing!
Ashrith Varidhireddy
01:37:15
Have a wonderful Constitution Day!
Jeenal Parmar
01:37:16
This was wonderful
Deborah De Simone
01:37:18
Thank you!
Juan DaCosta
01:37:21
thank you
Victoria Wallace
01:37:21
Thank you!!!
Jillian Handley
01:37:22
Have a good day!
Youssef Saleh
01:37:22
Thank you
Cristal Jospeh
01:37:22
Thank you
Stella Ng
01:37:23
Have a great day!
Nicolette Amato
01:37:24
Thank you!!