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ESJ Curious Listening Initiative - Shared screen with gallery view
Elders Action Network
44:12
8 Can't Wait: https://8cantwait.org/
Lane Trippe
46:15
https://www.versobooks.com/books/2426-the-end-of-policing
Lane Trippe
46:20
Also available on Amazon
Teri Whitehair
55:03
What has Changed Since we marched for black lives.smdailyjournal.com
Teri Whitehair
56:04
2018 report by Public Policy Institute of California
ken barnes (he, him)
59:17
I stopped my video because got a message that "my internet is unstable"
Teri Whitehair
01:01:08
https://www.smdailyjournal.com/opinion/guest_perspectives/what-s-changed-since-we-marched-for-black-lives/article_b027d3c4-c988-11eb-802c-cffa1901f909.html
Robert Whitehair
01:14:25
New Orleans officers sentenced for bridge shooting https://www.nola.com/news/crime_police/article_5ee6da31-48c1-5740-897e-4fe177c66930.html
ken barnes (he, him)
01:20:26
I was the one who mentioned the trained officer still shooting too soon. I agree that it's not the fact of training which is flawed. But it is important to have top of the dept set the tone that these issues are real and we will surely hold you accountable if you mess up. The "culture" comes from the top.
ken barnes (he, him)
01:25:53
Lloyd, I couldn't agree more.
Lane Trippe
01:26:59
Lloyd, I so appreciate your bringing this perspective. Thank you.
Lane Trippe
01:33:26
Kintsugi is the Japanese art of putting broken pottery pieces back together with gold — built on the idea that in embracing flaws and imperfections, you can create an even stronger, more beautiful piece of art.
Lane Trippe
01:36:45
To see more about Karen’s book, see karenbranan.com
ken barnes (he, him)
01:36:53
Karen - When I sued the City of Yonkers, NY, it was known as "Mississippi on the Hudson" by the minority community in Yonkers.
Lane Trippe
01:40:13
https://us.iofc.org/hope-in-the-cities
Penny Welch
01:41:13
Coming to the Table https://comingtothetable.org/
Lane Trippe
01:41:59
https://law.northeastern.edu/academics/centers/crrj/
Lane Trippe
01:42:36
https://law.northeastern.edu/multimedia/the-trouble-ive-seen/#_ga=2.105103683.1521420741.1629394235-1224391144.1629394234
Lane Trippe
01:43:04
“The Trouble I’ve Seen” is a documentary about the work of the CRRJ, narrated by Julian Bond
Penny Welch
01:46:13
ESJ Community Conversation and ActionNext Thursday, August 26, 2021Get details and REGISTER for the SERIES at: https://eldersaction.org/event/esj
Lane Trippe
01:46:55
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=c2tOp7OxyQ8&t=16s
Teri Whitehair
01:47:08
EAN National Gathering Sept 10th 9 am PT
Teri Whitehair
01:47:42
Register at elders action.org
ken barnes (he, him)
01:48:40
Thank you all!
Lane Trippe
01:48:45
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