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Gustavo
21:15
Woohoo!
Anabelle Farnham
23:37
https://secure.actblue.com/donate/chej40event come celebrate the 40th with us at this link!
Kathleen Sweeney
37:00
will there be a recording of this? thank you!
Gustavo
37:19
Yes!
Kathleen Sweeney
37:43
thank you
Gustavo
38:25
It should be available within 24hrs of the call ending. Email us chej2@chej.org
Anabelle Farnham
38:44
We will also be posting the recording to this page shortly after the call https://chej.org/take-action/help/free-training-call-audio/
Bev Reed, Concerned OH River Residents
40:11
If we have questions should we put them in the chat? I got here a little late.
Anabelle Farnham
40:44
You can put questions in the chat, and we will have an opportunity to ask questions aloud at the end of the presentation
Bev Reed, Concerned OH River Residents
40:55
thanks
Jo Banner
42:50
Any suggestions on how to reframe the “X will bring more jobs” messaging.”
Gustavo
44:50
Great question, yes
Gustavo
45:09
What is your “x”?
Jo Banner
46:24
Greenfield, LLC is attempting to locate a grain elevator in our very small community.
Bev Reed, Concerned OH River Residents
46:38
How do you move people who are used to living in a sacrifice zone their entire lives and living with pollution is "just part of living here" and our "fathers and grandfathers" made a living from the companies and polluting industries.
Courtney Williams
48:28
You answer the question you wish you'd been asked!
Dennis O'Mara
50:32
Greetings Lois. I was at Love Canal and met you briefly when I was assigned from CDC to the NY St. Health Dept. I was the one coordinating transport of children to Buffalo Children’s Hosp. for blood testing.
Thea Hassan (Ecology Center [she/her])
51:28
This guidance is all so spot on! My trouble is convincing program staff to simplify language and remove the acronyms. Any tips?
Gustavo
52:14
Can you say more, Thea?
Thea Hassan (Ecology Center [she/her])
53:25
Scientist and policy folks are reluctant to simplify, worry about the accuracy of the message and feel the nuance is vital to communicate.
Gustavo
55:25
Agreed! That’s why we need organizers and communicators to lead, and use the science and policy to support our campaigns…
Gustavo
56:33
It takes all of us!
Theresa Rodriguez-Moodie
56:50
Awesome! Thank you so much. I have learned so much.
Carol’s iPhone
01:00:22
This has been great! I have learned a lot and look forward to getting the slide show of Lois’s presentation!
Thea Hassan (Ecology Center [she/her])
01:01:19
Thank you so much! This was great.
Jo Banner
01:01:24
Thank you so much! Very helpful
Melissa TCC (she,hers)
01:02:38
Thank you so much for this webinar. very informative!
Kathleen Sweeney
01:03:01
Can you give our group some feedback on our website? www.donttrashthecatskills.org? We have a corporate attempt by Hughes Energy to bring a trash to fuel factory on the edge of a reservoir in the Catskill watershed in New York State providing water to millions. They are saying their’s is a greenwashing solution to garbage bringing ’50 jobs to locals’ with an unproven form of technology dependent upon trucking 18wheelers full of garbage from a 50 mile radius on rural roads.
sharonlivesey
01:04:41
JK Gibson Graham have some research work and projects that show communities how to think about themselves positively and to figure our what assets they already have that are alternative
Bev Reed, Concerned OH River Residents
01:05:39
thank you
sharonlivesey
01:05:52
Their work is liniked to creating alternative economies
Bev Reed, Concerned OH River Residents
01:07:05
thanks Sharon
Courtney Williams
01:09:14
Your sounds is very garbled.
Dennis O'Mara
01:12:47
VERY VERY HELPFUL. THANK YOU!
Yvonne White-Morey (she/her/ella)
01:15:16
Thank you for a good presentation.
Debra_Smit
01:15:22
For a great example of this, check out reimagineappalachia.org
Cozetta
01:15:32
How do you proceed to generate change after the target group has been mobilized?
Jo Banner
01:16:10
This has been enlightening. Thank you for a great presentation
sharonlivesey
01:17:11
Lois… you are the best. You are like the energizer bunny…. You just keep working! So positive. So effective. Thanks
Joel Kellogg HOPE for Bristol
01:17:26
Lois consider coming to Bristol. We need a breakthrough in coverage. I think you would be it :)
Kathleen Sweeney
01:18:43
Thank you!
Bev Reed, Concerned OH River Residents
01:19:00
thanks!