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The 14th Annual CLGS John E. Boswell Lecture with Lama Rod Owens - Shared screen with speaker view
Emily Carduff, Technical Support (She/Her)
44:32
Welcome, everyone! We are delighted to have you with us for The 14th Annual CLGS John E. Boswell Lecture with Lama Rod Owens.
Tyx Pulskamp
46:58
Blessings & Salutations from #ruralqueer Jackson, CA
Eleanor Piez
51:42
I am so happy t be back with youall
Emily Carduff, Technical Support (She/Her)
52:42
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Emily Carduff, Technical Support (She/Her)
54:07
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Emily Carduff, Technical Support (She/Her)
56:29
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Emily Carduff, Technical Support (She/Her)
01:43:51
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Emily Carduff, Technical Support (She/Her)
01:44:06
Questions will be taken at the end.
Mary Richards
01:48:32
What is the title/author? What a great starting question.
Mary Richards
01:49:02
ty xoxo
Emily Carduff, Technical Support (She/Her)
01:49:04
“Time to Stand Up" by Thanissara.
Emily Carduff, Technical Support (She/Her)
01:55:52
https://www.gtu.edu/carrie-sealine-memoriam
Emily Carduff, Technical Support (She/Her)
01:56:17
"That the days are becoming indistinguishable from each other is a sign of eternity. The new world isn't that of waiting for the old order to reopen or the old economy to restart. It's to realize that the messianic age begins when we see that the essential labor is to love and feed each other and to revel in the feeling of endless resurrection when we wake up and have nothing to do that we don't have to do unless we choose it and choose it in love."
Emily Carduff, Technical Support (She/Her)
01:56:39
-Carrie Sealine
Jeanette Mott Oxford
02:01:38
Thank you so much for the Carrie Sealine quote. As a public policy advocate, it is so clear that the "old normal" was not working for many, many people. Indeed we would be wise to choose instead "to love and feed each other."
Marium Lange
02:12:17
how does deal with anger regarding injustices when it reaches a point where instead of being empowering it overwhelms and pushs away the capacity to remain in a place of loving kindness in one's actions?
Tovis Page
02:17:52
Deep gratitude, Lama Owens.
Tyx Pulskamp
02:18:00
thank you ♡
Sage Swiatek
02:18:08
Thank you!!
Eleanor Piez
02:18:18
thank you!!!