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Workshop 28: BIPOC CRIPS ARE DOING IT FOR OURSELVES! - Shared screen with speaker view
Dustin Gibson
19:19
Yolanda - are you good?
Dustin Gibson
19:33
To still moderate? I can start us off if need be
Rie Terashima
20:09
https://www.streamtext.net/player?event=NCILCONF
Rie Terashima
22:16
cara@ncil.org
Rie Terashima
22:20
rie@ncil.org
Cara Liebowitz
34:39
Also - I meant to say this during my host intro, but BIPOC stands for Black, Indigenous, People of Color
Dustin Gibson
36:51
Aerius!
Allilsa Fernandez
42:01
yes Stanley!!!!
Sto
47:24
Just wondering if anyone has been to the Bridges Out of Poverty training. Well worth your time if you have not in my opinion.
Allilsa Fernandez
50:10
so true Kaelea. We will have to set an example, the bottom people, when leading and also asking for that language to exists. Holding people accountable. But this is just one tactic, in my opinion
Allilsa Fernandez
50:54
Exactly Bronwyn. This is why mutual aid took up. If CIL's were doing this work we wouldn't have needed to form mutual aid
Allilsa Fernandez
52:28
the goal should be to dismantle the system, this is what we should have in place meanwhile so that people don't fall in the gaps
Allilsa Fernandez
53:41
even if they call it "cancel culture" lol
Cara Liebowitz
55:21
BIPOC is Black Indigenous People of Color. Crips is not an acronym - it is a derivative of the word cripple which has been reclaimed by many disabled people.
Allilsa Fernandez
57:54
yes Stanley!!!
Yolanda V
58:16
Thank you for the amazing question Aerius we will focus on it for the Q and A section of the presentation.
Allilsa Fernandez
58:23
crip is seen like queer Mandy. It's a word that people are reclaiming because of all the harm it caused. Not everyone will identify with it however
Steven Blea
01:02:02
It's okay to not get it, but that just means you need to listen.
Allilsa Fernandez
01:11:52
yessss
Allilsa Fernandez
01:12:26
thank you Stanley!
Ami Weidler-Hyten
01:13:03
It is a pretty fantastic discussion, Yolanda and panelists!
Allilsa Fernandez
01:14:19
Thank you Yolanda for moderating!
john wall
01:16:49
If Black lives Matters is for black people. For being around now for 7 years and raising over a billion dollars they need to prove that black lives matter by gdoing things for black people and communities instead of whatever they are doing with those donations.
Kim Conner
01:19:34
@John Wall. Your words are very hurtful and accusatory. BLM doesn't owe you justification of what they are doing. You though can continue to educate yourself.
Allilsa Fernandez
01:20:19
thank you Yolanda
john wall
01:20:26
sorry, truth hurts.
Desiree Richards
01:21:28
Thank you Kim!
PatMcGinnis
01:23:55
Interesting conversations.
Dustin Gibson
01:23:58
Can we check out with the future question Yolanda?
INSILC
01:24:57
This panel was fabulous! Learned so much from everyone. Thank you for sharing today.
Allilsa Fernandez
01:25:15
performative letters lol
Kim Conner
01:25:20
Great conversation. Thank you panelist!!!!
NV SILC
01:27:03
<3
Tracy Miller she/her/hers
01:27:06
Not just young white people!
Kim Conner
01:27:12
Yes Allilsa
Allilsa Fernandez
01:27:57
Most is what I mean Tracy. It's data
Allilsa Fernandez
01:28:11
the data shows that older white folks are by far more racists than younger white folks
Tracy Miller she/her/hers
01:28:48
As an older white person who stands with the movement, just putting in my 2 cents...we all have work to do to dismantle white supremacist culture it limits ALL of us
PatMcGinnis
01:28:51
Look at what is happening to our Seniors, they are put away left to die. Are we going to address this our work?
Kathrine - Ability Tools
01:29:50
If you have questions about how charities spend their money, please do the research. you can go to charity navigator to get a report on any org that receives charitable donations. https://www.charitynavigator.org/index.cfm?bay=search.summary&orgid=18796
Kathrine - Ability Tools
01:30:21
You do have the right to know how the money you donate gets spent, but you need to take the directive to see where your money goes.
Allilsa Fernandez
01:30:24
Galaxy, that is not to say that there is no racism. It is to say that young folks are by far more intersectional than older generations. There is data that demonstrates this. Abolishing racism entirely it's a whole different panel
Dustin Gibson
01:30:25
Can panelists stay back for a couple min?
Kathrine - Ability Tools
01:30:45
Ploease don't disparage an org without researching.
Dustin Gibson
01:31:03
Thanks to Yolanda who did so much organizing for this!!!!
Tracy Miller she/her/hers
01:31:21
Thank you so much for this discussion!
Reyma McDeid
01:31:22
Thanks everyone! I have to hop on to a radio thing.
Cara Liebowitz
01:31:44
Dustin, do you need me to stay back to keep the zoom room open?
Dustin Gibson
01:32:18
Cara - keep It open if possible. If panelists want to debrief
Allilsa Fernandez
01:32:26
it's still recording
Allilsa Fernandez
01:32:43
thank you Dustin