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Awakening to Whiteness Orientation - Shared screen with speaker view
Chōon Linda she/her Multnomah land
01:08:57
name and pronouns? do you have a contemplative/meditation practice? what do you hope to get out of this? what in recent past inspired? when did you first become aware of being "white"?
teganroche
01:27:02
Vulnerable?
Nate McConkie (he/him)
01:27:14
as listener, I could feel the depth of others experiences; I look forward to hearing more of them.
Andree Tremoulet
01:27:19
As a listener, rich! As a speaker, welcomed, safe.
Pam
01:27:22
curious
Kyoshin - Bill
01:27:25
Felt very comfortable.
Durga & Utpala
01:27:34
helpful, opening, welcoming
Sherry (She)
01:27:40
As a listener: I felt grounded and relieved I wasn't alone
Brett James (Him/His)
01:27:45
As a listener I wanted to respond to what my mates were saying, especially when we had things in common.
Emily Polanshek
01:27:46
Felt safe and supportive, both speaking and listening, thanks you, partners!
Swami Jyotihananda
01:27:47
it felt open and kind.
Wenja
01:27:52
Listener: I felt wonder, interest and the stories were helpful. As a speaker, I felt heard.
David-Colorado
01:28:01
It was nice to hear other's experience, different than my own. I felt heard and that felt good as well.
Nancy Peters (she/her)
01:28:02
I need lots more experience listening without thinking about what I will say!
Shanti Sanchez (she/her)
01:28:10
I enjoyed listening to the stories shared by both of the people in my group as well as sharing a bit about myself.
Maesie (she/her)
01:28:13
Listener: curious and connecting, warm
Gauri & Swami Samayananda
01:28:15
Safe and connected to the others
Swami Padmananda
01:28:32
heartwarming
rachel
01:28:34
It was nice to hear other peoples experiences and see folks I don’t live with all day every day
Rena Satre Meloy (she.her)
01:28:37
Listener: grateful for the opportunity to hear other experiences; heart-opening; encouraging Speaker: Helpful to voice my experiences and intentions
Janet (she/her)
01:34:06
Is the small group consistent throughout or different each month?
Janet (she/her)
01:35:44
Thank you
Gauri & Swami Samayananda
01:35:52
same group!
Lucy she/her kalapuya lands
01:35:52
prefer consistency, helps great depth and connectedness
Noelle Fellman
01:35:55
I think the consistency will provide safety.
stacey
01:35:56
consistent groups would provide more depth of experience
Rinda Hayes
01:36:08
I would like to see them be consistent. The continuity seems good.
Brett James (Him/His)
01:36:11
I would vote for consistency if possible.
rachel
01:36:42
How many hours approximate range of hours is “a lot”
Emily Polanshek
01:38:18
I also vote for small group consistency so that continuity might allow more depth of trust and learning from each other.
Nate McConkie (he/him)
01:39:32
can't hear video audio
Andree Tremoulet
01:39:55
I'm very open to the groups changing each month. Sometimes hearing from different people can open up new possibilities.
Swami Jaya Devi she/her
01:40:24
I also like the groups changing, I like the diverse viewpoints
David-Colorado
01:47:48
Does this program include the frame of caste as well as Race?
Chōon Linda she/her Multnomah land
01:48:44
not per se.
Lucy she/her kalapuya lands
01:49:11
what is the actual date of the meeting in July?
Nancy Peters (she/her)
01:49:20
Does each person in small group speak about all materials, then the next person…?
Gauri & Swami Samayananda
01:49:35
What is the time of the Wed & Sun sessions
Brett James (Him/His)
01:51:49
Are these regulated so that one person speaks, then the next, then the next with no interacting with others?
Nancy Peters (she/her)
01:52:11
I think we can only appreciate how and why racialization came about and is perpetuated if we look at class.
Brett James (Him/His)
01:53:13
Okay. Thanks so much.
rachel
01:54:06
Thanks for bringing up classism and radicalization. I see differences among generations as well. How nice if our group had diversity not just in geography and experience but also age
rachel
01:54:20
**racialization
Nancy Peters (she/her)
01:56:37
Is it helpful or acceptable to send the group items in between sessions?
Swami Padmananda
01:57:23
Will you provide a suggested reading list
Nancy Peters (she/her)
01:57:51
Thank you.
Andree Tremoulet
01:58:49
Could you provide the source (the title of the book) from which the MLK address included in today's reading? Perhaps as a follow up email?
David-Colorado
01:59:31
Can we create a shared list that everyone contributes to?
Greg Fellman
02:00:58
Are those times Pacific time?
Shakti
02:01:47
is there a maximum capacity for either group?
Swami Jyotihananda
02:03:23
Have you already sent the google link?
Noelle Fellman
02:03:55
Will we have to wait until Feb. 5th in order to receive the homework assignments?
Brett James (Him/His)
02:04:48
Can you please drop the website link in this chat?
Brett James (Him/His)
02:05:57
Your website.
Kodo Conover (She/her)
02:06:08
Zendust.org
teganroche
02:06:09
thank you for facilitating this group
Shakti
02:06:26
thank you!
Gonya (she/her)
02:08:27
thank you ;)
Brett James (Him/His)
02:08:30
Thank you so much for hosting and for taking all our questions.
Wenja
02:08:38
Thank you.
Ryan Knauber
02:08:53
Thank you!
Eric Nord
02:08:59
Thank you so much for hosting this orientation.
Nancy Peters (she/her)
02:09:01
Thank you
David-Colorado
02:09:01
Thanks!
Rena Satre Meloy (she.her)
02:09:05
Thank you!