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Accountability without Prison: Why We Should Close the Rose M. Singer Center - Speaker view
Chenjerai Kumanyika
28:36
Yes a little echo but great to hear from you Sharon!
Carole Eady
28:44
Yes it was difficult to hear.
Common Justice
29:14
Thank you for joining us! Please feel free to drop your questions into the chat, or to use the Q&A feature in Zoom. We look forward to answering questions in the last half our of tonight's event.
K Kccoy
31:30
#wefightforher,
Carole Eady
31:33
Yes
Lucia Alonso
31:36
yes i can hear sharon
Chenjerai Kumanyika
31:42
I can hear
Carole Eady
31:43
yes we can hear
Min, Dr. Victoria A. Phillips
31:49
I hear very well
K Kccoy
33:04
#haltsolitaryconfinement, #endmandatoryminimums, #parolejusticeNY, #endtheregistry, #whetheyseeus, #decriminalizesexworkers, #legalizemarijuana, #freeouryouth, #endschooltoprisonpipeline, #closeRikers, #endcashbail
K Kccoy
34:56
#abolishICE
K Kccoy
35:04
#nocopsinschools
Min, Dr. Victoria A. Phillips
35:33
#jailsactioncoalition #justice4womentaskforce #zeroprofits #fairchance4housing #murderisnoaccident #bullieswithbadges #visionaryv
Heidi Tessmer
35:51
Will the recording be available for folks who registered?
Jordyn Rosenthal
36:19
Heidi, yes it will be available after.
Jordyn Rosenthal
36:33
We will make sure it send it out in our follow up email too
K Kccoy
36:37
#housesnothandcuffs
K Kccoy
36:42
hurt people hurt people
K Kccoy
36:50
shout out to Critical Resistnace
Greer Ellis
37:42
Prisons are meant to punish, penalize and not rehabilitate. It is doing exactly what it was meant to do. We need to completely dismantle the system as it exists and reimagine a system that restores, rehabilitates, and transform.
K Kccoy
38:00
slave exception in the 13th amendment is for jails
A G
39:09
Re-sending to all - prison system is a huge industry that generates a great deal of income.
K Kccoy
39:15
there are correctional officers, prison cops who abuse and assault transgender women and cist women all the damn time
Min, Dr. Victoria A. Phillips
39:17
Thank you for that truth Sharon
Alison Wilkey
39:48
yes, Sharon!
Nicole Weinberg
40:33
Sharon, what a great point!!
K Kccoy
40:56
prison is an institution that hurts and traumatizes the entire damn country and nearly 1out 3 BIPOC have a family member or friend that have been locked up, that's over 100 million people from traffic fines to deathrow
Min, Dr. Victoria A. Phillips
40:57
And even if we all were violent so what because anyone who truly studied American history would clearly see violence is the foundation to the very existence of this nations foundation.
K Kccoy
41:18
drug addiction itself is not violence it's medical addiction
K Kccoy
41:30
decriminalize crack and heroin addictions
K Kccoy
42:00
just like white people decriminalize and humanize meth and other opioid addictions
Maijia Scott
42:17
helloo, sorry so late, I know how important this is, yes eye openers
K Kccoy
42:17
folks are dropping gems in this chat
Min, Dr. Victoria A. Phillips
42:28
Yes K Kccoy last I checked the DSM5 substance abuse, misuse and usage is still a medical diagnosis
K Kccoy
42:38
Dr. Michelle Alexander said that prisons and jails are modern day jim crow
K Kccoy
43:10
Min. Dr. it is categorized as a violent substance, look it up nationwide,
Min, Dr. Victoria A. Phillips
43:33
Absolutely are if you go on YouTube and watch the movie there’s a direct connection
Carole Eady
44:11
The body and the psyche holds onto violence for generations
Min, Dr. Victoria A. Phillips
44:24
Yes you are correct no need to look it up, I’m multitasking and typing real thoughts not real terms. Everyone should research anything they hear new to them.
K Kccoy
44:42
prisons and jails have been categorized as torture and crimes against humanity by Human Rights Commission of United Nations and Amnesty International
Carole Eady
45:30
How do we get the powers that be to stop outlawing actions that are due to systemic survival needs ?
Min, Dr. Victoria A. Phillips
45:48
Yes Carole trauma impacts us physically sometimes even creating immobility
K Kccoy
46:19
human chattel in prisons and then when they are released to society they are treated as a label and constantly descriminated in housing, jobs, schools, etc
K Kccoy
46:23
no more labels
Chenjerai Kumanyika
46:26
“So one question that we abolitionists ask ourselves is: What are the conditions under which it is more likely that people will resort to using violence and harm to solve problems? This is a question we ask ourselves. What can we do about it so that there is less harm?” _-Ruth Wilson Gilmore
Erica Moskowitz
46:45
State sanctioned violence is violence, corporate violence is violence. Responding to violence with violence doesn’t result in safety or justice
K Kccoy
46:49
BIPOC get 3 strikes even for low level and non violence offenses
K Kccoy
47:06
sex work is not a crime and it a victimless offense
K Kccoy
47:13
let's get the true facts out
Carole Eady
47:17
Change the system and the people's reaction to environmental injustices will change
Min, Dr. Victoria A. Phillips
47:37
I’m so happy this discussion isn’t bringing fluff. Much respect
K Kccoy
47:47
no more judging, elected leaders commit felonies all the time
Chenjerai Kumanyika
47:48
Drop it!
K Kccoy
48:12
bring that heat Yolanda
Carole Eady
48:21
A CHILD IS BORN AND THE FIRST THING THEY DO IN INCARCERATION IS VIOLENTLY TEAR THAT NEWBORN AWAY FROM THE MOTHER.
Min, Dr. Victoria A. Phillips
48:32
Not everyone get 3 strikes I’ve clearly seen cases where it’s one and done without violence occurring
Chenjerai Kumanyika
48:42
And whiteys going to the moon
Min, Dr. Victoria A. Phillips
49:06
Carole such inhumane practices
Chenjerai Kumanyika
49:38
“Some who may not get it. And some who have designed”
K Kccoy
49:39
I can't stand fellow people of color cheering on police to teargas and lock up our neighbors and then cry fake tears over Breonna Taylor and George Floyd, and then shake their heads over the Central Park Exonerated 5, police and prisons since slave patrols have always been the problem, call a spade for a spade
K Kccoy
49:54
police are domestic terror agents, thugs with badges
Judith Clark
50:07
Shut down Rikers and build healing communities embedded in our communities!
K Kccoy
50:08
Close Rose and Close Rikers, close them both
Jordyn Rosenthal
50:16
#BEYONDrosies
Chenjerai Kumanyika
50:19
Shut em down
Judith Clark
50:44
We have all we need amongst us to care for and enable every woman presently at Rikers to reunite in the community!
K Kccoy
50:57
Kalief Browder, remember his name
K Kccoy
51:35
Layleen Xtravaganza Cubilette-Polanco died last June while in solitary confinement, where she had been placed over the objections of at least one doctor.
K Kccoy
52:04
defund crimes of humanity and domestic terror why the hell are funding domestic terrorists
Judith Clark
52:12
Yes! Accountability through restoration!
K Kccoy
52:29
why are funding people with badges inside and outside of prisons to assault, harass, and kill us?
K Kccoy
52:36
this is sick and pathetic
Min, Dr. Victoria A. Phillips
52:48
Layleen was murdered 2 years ago yesterday. Kalief 6 years ago this past Sunday
K Kccoy
53:03
5% of the world's population but 25% of the world's prison population
Chenjerai Kumanyika
53:08
“This country has never upheld the social contract with Black and Brown people”
K Kccoy
53:27
slavery never left it just moved within the walls of prisons and probation and parole
K Kccoy
53:55
2.3 million people currently incarcerated and that's during COVID,
Chenjerai Kumanyika
54:32
“At some point we have to respond to violence with things that end violence”
Min, Dr. Victoria A. Phillips
54:45
Currently 52% of nyc incarcerated have some form of mental health concerns. We need diversions. The judges need to be held accountable as well.
K Kccoy
55:05
over 300,000 people on supervised probation annually
Jindu Obiofuma
55:24
4.5 mil people on probation and parole rn
Jindu Obiofuma
55:27
it's horrific
K Kccoy
55:34
how many people formerly incarcerated are allowed to get an apartment, job, schools without having to check the box?
Min, Dr. Victoria A. Phillips
55:42
According to Vera last year 86% of NYC DOC budget went to personnel. Make it make since
Natalia Lantigua
55:48
AGREED.
K Kccoy
56:05
4.5 million people on probation, that's twice the number of people in jail cells
Sojourner Rivers
56:07
Yes, thank you for brining in criminalized survivors! Free them all, and drop the charges against Tracy McCarter! https://theintercept.com/2021/05/24/manhattan-district-attorney-domestic-violence-tracey-mccarter/
Min, Dr. Victoria A. Phillips
56:25
Today at the board of correction meeting DOC said the count was 250
K Kccoy
56:25
100 million people have sort of "criminal background"
K Kccoy
56:36
that's a third of this country's population
Min, Dr. Victoria A. Phillips
56:48
ALL 250 WOMEN CAN BE MOVED IMMEDIATELY
Sojourner Rivers
56:56
And all people in prisons/cages/jails are survivors of the violence of that system
K Kccoy
57:01
the main cash crop is racist jails, domestic terror, and guns
Jindu Obiofuma
57:10
and until classed people stop seeing us as people they need to be protected from
Andrea Williams
57:11
THAT
Alison Wilkey
57:20
We continue to dehumanize people after incarceration by banning them from housing and employment thru background checks.
Jordyn Rosenthal
57:22
We will be sending out a recording of this conversation with a follow up email later this week
Jindu Obiofuma
57:42
and those alternatives have to be alternatives and not substitutions
K Kccoy
57:47
4.5 million people on probation, most states have at least 60,00 on probation annually
Jindu Obiofuma
58:06
because reformers are being really slick and pulling people back into the carceral system under "community solutions"
Judith Clark
58:13
Hour Children gladly takes women from Rikers as an ATI and an ATD and they have all thrived!
K Kccoy
58:42
what the hell are we doing, raising 1 out of 3 kids to be in prison and to be sexually assaulted while in jails or even out in the streets because police to assault people in their own homes
Jindu Obiofuma
58:55
Exactly Ms. Sharon!
A G
59:10
They know that. Healing is not their objective. Capitalism and Jim Crow (they go hand in hand) are in full effect.
Min, Dr. Victoria A. Phillips
59:22
Facts Sharon
K Kccoy
59:48
4.5 million that's ,have the population of NYC and nearly the population of entire states such as Indiana, Missouri,etc,
K Kccoy
01:00:10
an entire state or large city of people being on probation every damn year
K Kccoy
01:00:45
burned down East St.Louis, in 1918, burned down Durnhan, NC in 1896
K Kccoy
01:01:06
they burned down a lot of towns, and they wanted to burn down DC on Jan. 6th
Heidi Tessmer
01:01:55
Yes - trauma is not healed by punishment
K Kccoy
01:02:19
white nationalists are domestic terrorists but they are never treated like such from FBI but BLM and Angela Davis, Rev. DR. MLK, Jr, Fannie Lou Hamer, have all been on FBI lists
Min, Dr. Victoria A. Phillips
01:02:41
There’s 800 beds in Rosies right now with AC units yet not all are housed in this area. It’s hot outside now imagine being locked up with sweat running down your leg like urine. Imagine an officer even captain not believing that you need to see medical. This is a JAIL on domestic soil so all must be afforded human rights and the minimum standards. Failure in leadership is not an excuse for lost of life. Officers laughed at Layleen as she died. They’re still on payroll. If DOC was full of white people there would never be reason for advocacy.
K Kccoy
01:02:44
hell there were judges, cops, military, and FBI people in DC on Jan.6
K Kccoy
01:03:05
there is no such thing as public safety and law and order, only white terror and hate
Jordyn Rosenthal
01:03:31
To learn more about the Women’s Community Justice Association go to https://womenscja.org/ or follow on social media at @WomensCJATo learn more about Common Justice go to https://www.commonjustice.org/ or follow on social media at @Common_Justice
K Kccoy
01:04:02
Until WE Get Us Free, is another great book but yes let's get Danielle book and support true social justice and civil rights advocates
K Kccoy
01:04:12
Support Danielle Sered
K Kccoy
01:04:51
slavery in the cotton, tobacco, and sugar fields, were on the backs of women, women were assaulted then and they are assulted in prisons today
K Kccoy
01:05:13
homes4all
K Kccoy
01:05:25
universal housing
Tracy Lang
01:05:38
I give all you strong woman 2hands up for all your Hard Work Your Putting In
K Kccoy
01:06:22
#coalitionforthehomeless
K Kccoy
01:07:03
blessings and love
K Kccoy
01:07:23
Clyburn should have passed the mic a long time ago, and Schumer is next
Jindu Obiofuma
01:07:50
and folks fall into the trap of thinking they know best and that they are "experts" despite not having lived experience. we see a lot of that in the law and in the academy
K Kccoy
01:08:08
average age in Senate is 63 years old and there are bad actors in BLM just like it was with Occupy Wall Street, need to focus on holding everyone accountable
K Kccoy
01:08:18
no more token leadership
K Kccoy
01:08:29
no more Hollywood so called activists
Min, Dr. Victoria A. Phillips
01:09:06
#fairchanceforhousing urge your council member to support Intro 2047 https://static1.squarespace.com/static/585adef937c5817d231b7de1/t/5f8a046fbd7d5f4df501a07a/1602880624571/NYC+Int+2047+FAQ.pdf
Jindu Obiofuma
01:09:36
periodddd
Sojourner Rivers
01:09:39
+++++++++
K Kccoy
01:09:44
white savior complex is evil
K Kccoy
01:09:47
silence is violence
Min, Dr. Victoria A. Phillips
01:10:03
Intro 2047 directly assist returning citizens with housing access
Min, Dr. Victoria A. Phillips
01:10:35
Yes yes yes
Jindu Obiofuma
01:10:52
a great book on white women's role in enslaving Black people is "they were her property" by stephanie jones-rogers
K Kccoy
01:10:57
still waiting on POTUS BIDEN and VEEP Harris to undue the wrongful convictions and incarcerations since 1994 Crimes Bill
Alison Wilkey
01:11:01
It's about keeping power.
Alison Wilkey
01:12:36
Let's talk about ending perpetual punishment and oppression after release, like with the Fair Chance for Housing. fairchancehousing.org
K Kccoy
01:12:45
we jurors that have a background to serve on jury and we need reformed people to run for office and to be able to run for office, I trust a person who have rehab and redeem and are honest from past transgressions than I am about thiese lying self-righteous thieves and, other types criminals that haven't been caught or have paid people off
K Kccoy
01:13:21
#defundNYPD
K Kccoy
01:13:25
#defundhate
Min, Dr. Victoria A. Phillips
01:13:54
Yes Alison I’ve been trying to tell them to get on Intro 2047
Jordyn Rosenthal
01:14:29
Consistently over 90% of women and gender expansive people detained on Rikers Island are held in the Rose M. Singer Center.In mid-March 2021, DOC Reported 276 women in custody53 (19%) were flagged for parole violations39 (14%) were charged with A misdemeanors40 (15%) were held on cash bail set below $10,00056 ( 20%) were held on cash bail set below $20,00071 (25%) were held on cash bail set below $50,00066 (24%) were charged with property crimes19 (7%) were charged with drug crimesA source at Health + Hospitals, Correctional Health in Mid November 2020 informed us that:23% have been diagnosed with a serious mental illness (SMI)18% receive medicated assisted treatment (MAT)21% identified as being homeless/ having unstable housing upon admittance to Rikers32% identified as being homeless/ having unstable housing upon release from Rikers***These numbers and data can change and fluctuate at any given time. They will be updated regularly.
Min, Dr. Victoria A. Phillips
01:15:09
Today DOC said it was 250
Min, Dr. Victoria A. Phillips
01:15:47
No babies but I got on the board because no one asked was anyone pregnant
Jindu Obiofuma
01:16:29
he's already started
Jindu Obiofuma
01:16:35
*at rikers
Min, Dr. Victoria A. Phillips
01:16:37
Today was his fifth day on the job
Jindu Obiofuma
01:16:39
hold him!
Jindu Obiofuma
01:16:43
period!
Min, Dr. Victoria A. Phillips
01:17:07
He already started demoting and changing
Min, Dr. Victoria A. Phillips
01:17:21
Changing Staff in roles
Min, Dr. Victoria A. Phillips
01:18:44
9/10 of men returning to a home and not a shelter do so with a woman. Mother, sister, aunt, lover etc
Alison Wilkey
01:18:53
Yes, Sharon! Black women are the real superheroes!
Alison Wilkey
01:19:04
Yes, Ms. V!
Jindu Obiofuma
01:21:08
those forty or so women you mentioned, what's the barrier to getting them home today? how can we support ongoing strategies to get them back asap?
Min, Dr. Victoria A. Phillips
01:21:26
Guilty =Allegedly because innocent ppl go to jail and prison everyday. When I did CBT behind the walls I never assumed they were guilty. I addressed them as individuals and met them where they cognitively were at.
Sojourner Rivers
01:22:40
+++++++++
Min, Dr. Victoria A. Phillips
01:23:13
Barriers supportive housing, access to adequate health care, mental and physical. Vocational training designed according to their cognitive and physical abilities,
Jindu Obiofuma
01:23:14
great book on this: force and freedom: Black abolitionists and the politics of violence by Kelli carter jackson
Sojourner Rivers
01:23:21
The misogyny and misogynoir is real!!
Min, Dr. Victoria A. Phillips
01:23:22
There’s so many barriers
Jindu Obiofuma
01:24:02
https://www.upenn.edu/pennpress/book/15965.html
Darren Mack
01:24:54
@Jindu I had this specific book on mind in this discussion about force as a tool in the toolkit.
Min, Dr. Victoria A. Phillips
01:25:16
According to Vera 86% of doc budget last year went to personnel costs. You’d I mention their budget is over 2 billion.
Jindu Obiofuma
01:25:22
amazing!! it's one of my favorite texts @Darren
Min, Dr. Victoria A. Phillips
01:25:38
*Did I mention their budget is over 2 billion
Jindu Obiofuma
01:26:56
sending so much love and care your way Ms. Sharon!
Min, Dr. Victoria A. Phillips
01:27:11
Truth to power Queen Sharon
Jindu Obiofuma
01:28:25
Jesus, I am so so very sorry Ms. Sharon
Sojourner Rivers
01:28:29
Ah heartbreaking Sharon, sending you love
Sojourner Rivers
01:29:11
Also, boosting the brilliant work of Andrea Ritchie and Beth Richie’s work on Black women and trans and gnc ppl surviving gender violence and criminalization: http://invisiblenomorebook.com
Sojourner Rivers
01:29:25
https://nyupress.org/9780814776223/arrested-justice/
Min, Dr. Victoria A. Phillips
01:29:29
I even received a call from an officers mother from Rosies and her son worked in RNDC. Anyone can be arrested we all have our duty to fight for what’s right
Min, Dr. Victoria A. Phillips
01:29:53
Hurt people hurt people
Jindu Obiofuma
01:29:56
Amazon is terrible, but Invisible No More is currently free on Amazon via Kindle
Min, Dr. Victoria A. Phillips
01:30:49
Most sexual abusers were abused/raped themselves
Min, Dr. Victoria A. Phillips
01:31:12
That’s a fact healed people heal people
Min, Dr. Victoria A. Phillips
01:32:04
Not even proper mental health most don’t even get access to it without advocacy
Min, Dr. Victoria A. Phillips
01:33:26
That’s not a quick response
Leslie Baldwin
01:34:21
There is no such thing as restorative justice for BlPOC - we have never had any justice! So you can’t restore it to us!
Leslie Baldwin
01:34:40
We need new parties - neither these Democrats or Republicans give a damn about us
Leslie Baldwin
01:34:51
Biden will not end his legacy on crime - he just increased funding for law enforcement and the “justice” system - almost doubled those budgets
Min, Dr. Victoria A. Phillips
01:35:05
This nation loves using that term restorative justice yet policies still show it’s not enough.
Leslie Baldwin
01:35:32
Truth and reconciliation is what we want!
Leslie Baldwin
01:35:37
+++Sharon
Leslie Baldwin
01:35:42
+++Danielle
Min, Dr. Victoria A. Phillips
01:35:43
Justice = even with a mother buried in a military cemetery justice is something I’ve never truly seen
Leslie Baldwin
01:35:51
Ooooo you betta speak Sharon
Leslie Baldwin
01:36:01
Hi from DC!!
Min, Dr. Victoria A. Phillips
01:36:05
Peace and Blessings everyone
Leslie Baldwin
01:36:42
YESS! Erica we hear you!
Jindu Obiofuma
01:36:55
Sending you love Erica!
Jordyn Rosenthal
01:37:03
Women are currently detained for a variety of reasons. What we can do as advocates is do court advocacy on behalf of people to have them released.
A G
01:37:15
My Sister -
Min, Dr. Victoria A. Phillips
01:37:45
Words are spells
Jordyn Rosenthal
01:37:50
We can reach out to elected officials and advocate that people should not be detained for city sentences and that judges need to use Supervised Release more freely.
Min, Dr. Victoria A. Phillips
01:38:18
Get on the mayor and speaker Corey Johnson
Jindu Obiofuma
01:38:20
I'm happy to offer drafting support if folks need
Jindu Obiofuma
01:38:26
*or want
Min, Dr. Victoria A. Phillips
01:38:41
Join coalition’s and task forces doing the work
A G
01:38:46
My Sister- Forgiveness IS hard, but its for YOU, not whoever committed the act. Forgiveness can free you from this pain and atrocity, and help you move toward peace.
Jordyn Rosenthal
01:39:38
Data and StatisticsConsistently over 90% of women and gender expansive people detained on Rikers Island are held in the Rose M. Singer Center.In mid-March 2021, DOC Reported 276 women in custody53 (19%) were flagged for parole violations39 (14%) were charged with A misdemeanors40 (15%) were held on cash bail set below $10,00056 ( 20%) were held on cash bail set below $20,00071 (25%) were held on cash bail set below $50,00066 (24%) were charged with property crimes19 (7%) were charged with drug crimesA source at Health + Hospitals, Correctional Health in Mid November 2020 informed us that:23% have been diagnosed with a serious mental illness (SMI)18% receive medicated assisted treatment (MAT)21% identified as being homeless/ having unstable housing upon admittance to Rikers32% identified as being homeless/ having unstable housing upon release from Rikers***These numbers and data can change and fluctuate at any given time. They will be updated regularly.
Min, Dr. Victoria A. Phillips
01:40:31
2027 pushed to 2028 but all can be moved today
Min, Dr. Victoria A. Phillips
01:41:21
According to laws in place parts of rikers DOC must turn over beginning July 1, 2021
Min, Dr. Victoria A. Phillips
01:41:56
Doc can secure the grounds OUTSIDE the facilities
Sharon White-Harrigan
01:42:39
Sharon@wcja.org
Jordyn Rosenthal
01:42:39
To connect with WCJA feel free to email me (Jordyn) at Jordyn@wcja.org
Lucia Alonso
01:43:13
To learn more about the Women’s Community Justice Association go to https://womenscja.org/ or follow on social media at @WomensCJATo learn more about Common Justice go to https://www.commonjustice.org/ or follow on social media at @Common_Justice
Min, Dr. Victoria A. Phillips
01:44:15
Get in the movement at your level of comfort
Jordyn Rosenthal
01:44:20
To Join the Justice 4 Women Task Force email me at Jordyn@wcja.org
Min, Dr. Victoria A. Phillips
01:45:20
This discussion was awesome
Jindu Obiofuma
01:45:31
thank you all so much for your brilliance and your time and everything you shared!
melanie dominguez
01:45:32
Thank you so much for this very important discussion!
Nicole Weinberg
01:45:48
This was so brilliant, thank you wonderful women for all of your wisdom!
Leslie Baldwin
01:46:07
THANK YOU for this AMAZING conversation!
Leslie Baldwin
01:46:16
YASSS!!
Leslie Baldwin
01:46:21
+++Danielle
Natalia Lantigua
01:46:26
Thank you for this!
Leslie Baldwin
01:46:33
GO Sharon!! LOVE You my sister!
Danielle Sered
01:46:42
and HUGE thanks to Aliya and Jordyn for making all of this possible!!!
Tracy Lang
01:47:20
Thank 4your Strength Wisdom This has been an powerful Hour
Min, Dr. Victoria A. Phillips
01:47:39
Burn the island and take a billion from doc budget and use it for reentry
Chenjerai Kumanyika
01:47:42
Let’s close Rose M. Singer and build a world where our lives our precious
Chenjerai Kumanyika
01:47:46
Thank you!
Judith Clark
01:48:13
Thank you all! Let’s begin by closing Rosie’s!
Lucia Alonso
01:48:22
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A G
01:48:30
Great discussion! Thanks!
Chenjerai Kumanyika
01:48:34
Tremendous insights
Lucia Alonso
01:48:56
Thank you so much everyone for coming! This was an amazing discussion
Leslie Baldwin
01:48:59
YASS we love our Black men1
Jordyn Rosenthal
01:49:19
Thank you to everyone who attended! Please share the recording once we send it out.
Common Justice
01:49:20
Thank you for joining everyone! Please stay tuned for a follow-up email with a link to the recording and some additional resources.
Lucia Alonso
01:49:33
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Min, Dr. Victoria A. Phillips
01:49:35
Student until I transition
Min, Dr. Victoria A. Phillips
01:49:39
Yes Dara
Leslie Baldwin
01:49:40
HI ALL !!
Leslie Baldwin
01:49:45
Much love to all!
Leslie Baldwin
01:49:52
I am coming to NYC!!! :)