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Fostering an Inclusive Lifestyle - Shared screen with speaker view
Syreeta L. Tilghman
35:47
So everyone can feel heard, respected, etc…
Eve Ashworth
36:16
Because its interesting
Margaret-Ellen Christensen
36:16
so we can all learn from each other - everyone brings value and teaches us things we don't know
Lauren Brennan - Project Knitwell
38:06
To find opportunities to make new connections and help people feel valued and comfortable
Margaret-Ellen Christensen
40:44
if you host a dinner/meal and you don't have vegan/Halal options you leave people out
Phillippa Ewing
40:46
Vegan friendly or unfriendly.
Margaret-Ellen Christensen
40:56
Kosher, too
Ruth Anne Dingwell
41:19
My cousin's girlfriend is vegetarian. Some of us try to bring things to family gatherings she is able to eat. Others don't care, she's on her own.
Steph - Floxsie
41:35
Meeting a group out for a meal or attending an event/banquet and you can’t eat anything on the menu or what’s offered
Steph - Floxsie
41:42
Usually having to bring your own food
Phillippa Ewing
42:30
I would add size discrimination.
Margaret-Ellen Christensen
42:41
intent vs IMPACT! :)
Lauren Brennan - Project Knitwell
44:34
Parent vs non parent
Amy Taff
44:42
where you live
Margaret-Ellen Christensen
44:46
formerly incarcerated folks
Sawyer
44:58
Financial status
Steph - Floxsie
45:06
Your job
Amy Taff
57:30
relaxed
Margaret-Ellen Christensen
57:33
a true community
Syreeta L. Tilghman
57:38
Valued
Steph - Floxsie
57:48
comfortable
Amy Taff
58:00
no walls
Phillippa Ewing
58:12
Where you don’t have to take a deep breath before entering the room.
Lauren Brennan - Project Knitwell
01:09:36
I really like the active verbs you used: invite, involve, understand, acknowledge
Phillippa Ewing
01:14:07
What happens when friendships fail over politics, is there a way back?
Phillippa Ewing
01:22:16
Playing devil’s advocate is often a way to bring a negative stress to a conversation.
Ruth Anne Dingwell
01:23:11
I think sometime people say they are just "playing devil's advocate" when actually they are telling you they think you're wrong, or that your experience/feelings are invalid.
Steph - Floxsie
01:23:55
The devil’s advocate was in almost all of my college classes, great way to learn about listening during conversations you don’t want to have!
Phillippa Ewing
01:26:20
This was very goo
Phillippa Ewing
01:26:30
Very good!
Margaret-Ellen Christensen
01:29:31
Thank you so much; fantastic presentation! I'm a DEI leader at my organization and I learned a lot!
Steph - Floxsie
01:29:35
I’ve really enjoyed all of these sessions, thank you so much!
Ruth Anne Dingwell
01:29:36
This was so good. Thank you James, and thanks to Floxsie for bringing this program today.
Phillippa Ewing
01:30:56
Thank you very much, James.
Lauren Brennan - Project Knitwell
01:31:13
Thank you James for sharing your valuable insights!
JamesFrancis
01:32:04
You are all very welcome
Amy Taff
01:32:04
most excellent! yes! let’s smile more 🙂
Steph - Floxsie
01:32:06
https://floxsie.swoogo.com/afternoon-tea-april-2022
Steph - Floxsie
01:32:28
https://floxsie.swoogo.com/dei-workshops