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Just Transition–Transformative Strategies on the Frontlines of Struggle - Shared screen with speaker view
Riddhi Patel
15:50
so excited to be here!
Lauren Burke
16:23
Welcome Everyone to the Just Transition Listening Project Webinar. Please intro your self here. Zoom Pro tip: post to “all panelists and attendees”
Joseph Uehlein
17:12
Joe Uehlein, President, Labor Network for Sustainability
Debby Szeredy
17:22
Glad to be here this evening Greetings from the American Postal Workers Union
Emily Hittle
17:24
Emily Hittle, Pachamama Alliance
Riddhi Patel
17:33
Riddhi S. Patel, Communications Coordinator, Center on Race, Poverty, and the Environment
Riddhi Patel
17:40
it was a little choppy but not too bad
michael wilmarth
17:44
hey all, i’m michael wilmarth from seattle dsa
Adam Greenberg
17:59
Sounding better now.
Ananda Lee Tan
18:01
Ananda Lee Tan, Shaping Change Collaborative
Jeremy Wells
18:04
Hi all! Jeremy Wells - previously at Doctors Without Borders
Kayla Lamson
18:07
Kayla Lamson Sunrise Movement
Carolyn Shaw
18:10
Hi, everyone. I'm joining from Connecticut...am a member if Beyond Extreme Energy.
Beth Brunton
18:13
Beth Brunton, Pass the Federal Green New Deal Coalition, Washington State
Christina Herman
18:15
Christina Herman here from Interfaith Center on Corporate Responsibility (ICCR). Glad to be here.
Jill Reese
18:25
Jill Reese, Teamsters 117
Cortney Marabetta
18:27
Hi everyone, Cortney Marabetta with AFT Washington/Pass The Federal Green New Deal Coalition Washington
Kristen Wendt
18:28
Kristen Wendt, Puget Sound Sage
Jen Simmons
18:29
Hi all! Jen Simmons, visual artist in L.A. and consultant for Fossil Free CA.
Abigail Endashaw
18:30
Hey all! I'm Abby from Denver - Mennonite Central Committee. looking forward to this!
Jack Hammond
18:31
Jack Hammond, sociology, CUNY and Professional Staff Congress/AFT
Cameron Walkup
18:38
Hello! My name is Cameron Walkup (he/him) and I am a white settler living on Piscataway land in Rockville, MD. I work with Defenders of Wildlife and am happy to be here to listen and deepen my commitment to just transition.
RIck McGahey
18:44
Rick McGahey, economist, Schwartz Center at the New School in New York, currently visitor at Institute for Social Transformation at UC Santa Cruz
Ting Fu
18:45
Joshua D. Dedmond, LNS
Nadia Khastagir
18:47
Nadia Khastagir, Center for Story-based Strategy, Occupied Ohlone land/Oakland, CA
Katy Morrow
18:47
Katy (she/her), Oregon Physicians for Social Responsibility in Portland
Kayla Lamson
19:01
bbreaking up
Jeremy Wells
19:12
Sound is getting very choppy
Australia Hernandez
19:16
Jeff -you are breaking up. Could you pause a second?
Gail Woon
19:28
Gail Woon EARTHCARE, an environmental education NGO based in The Bahamas
Ting Fu
19:37
Thanks Jeff!
Adam Greenberg
20:10
Jeff, I wonder if you could take a step/scoot back from your mic and see if that helps the sound? It seemed to be a bit better when you are a bit more distant (I think)
Laurie Dougherty
20:21
Laurie Dougherty 350 Salem OR in the land of the Santiam Kalapuya people
Riddhi Patel
20:33
Oh no :(
Twila Pennington
20:36
Greetings from Oklahoma. Broken sound.
Lylianna Allala
20:57
Hola! Lylianna Allala, Seattle WA, occupied lands of Coast Salish tribes & Duwamish people.
Riddhi Patel
21:09
Yeah for some reason when he backs up it works?? Weird glitch
Julie Harris
21:12
Julie Harris El Sobrante, CA Retired RN and Union Organizer
Linda Ray
21:13
SEIU 1021 here in San Francisco on Ramaytush Ohlone land.
Jordan Keller
21:17
Hi! Jordan (she/her), Guilford College student
Diane Meisenhelter
21:27
Diana from XR PDX in portland
Kayla Lamson
21:31
cannot hear
Twila Pennington
21:31
I cannot understand.
d house
21:37
Hi, Donna House, Navajo Nation citizen and activist
Carlos Velázquez
22:09
Carlos Alberto Velázquez López, Program Director for The Solar Foundation in Puerto Rico.
Jean Tepperman
22:46
Jean from Sunflower Alliance, East SF Bay Area Hope the sound gets better!
Carol Nezzo
22:49
Breaking up
Diane Meisenhelter
22:50
Are others having trouble with scrambled audio?
Riddhi Patel
22:58
Yeah :(
Laurie Dougherty
23:14
yes
michael wilmarth
23:15
‘fraid so
Carol Nezzo
23:18
Does not allow listening
Ren Dietel
23:24
Ren Dietel from the land of the Duwamish people, Seattle
Lauren Burke
23:27
HI all ,we’re working on the audio please give us a sec!
Carolyn Shaw
24:21
Lyn, in CT...I can't understand much if Jeff's speaking. Some sentences are clear and others broken up.
Silvia Leahu-Aluas
24:58
Hi from 350 Indiana - Indianapolis
Riddhi Patel
25:33
oh my gosh I'm so excited for this just listening to the descriptions
Carolyn Shaw
26:14
The speakers sound wonderful!
regina gregory
26:26
Aloha from Honolulu (land of Kanaka O'iwi)
J.D. Ruybal
26:36
Hi From Sioux, Arapaho, Ute, Cheyenne (weld county/windsor colorado)
Kayla Lamson
27:13
Kayla Lamson, Sunrise Movement Ashland Wisconsin
Ananda Lee Tan
28:04
Native Movement: https://www.nativemovement.org/
Mariah Dignan
28:16
Mariah Dignan, Long Island Organizer for Climate Jobs NY
Nancy Huizar
28:58
Hey everyone! Nancy Huizar, Got Green Seattle
Ananda Lee Tan
29:28
Enei was a co-founder or Black Mesa Water Coalition: https://www.nativemovement.org/bmwc
Arely Dominguez
31:47
Hi everyone, Arely C2C promotora. Land of Coast Salish, Skagit WA
Brandon Hill
32:02
Kohtr’elneyh means “We Remember” in the language of the lower Tanana Dene peoples, the Benhti Kanaga’ language. >> https://www.justtransitionak.org/
d house
32:13
Ya'at'eeh Enei and MIchael G. Thank you for all your work.
Ananda Lee Tan
32:18
Alaska Just Transition Coalition: https://www.justtransitionak.org/
Ananda Lee Tan
35:03
Cooperation Jackson: https://cooperationjackson.org/
Adam Greenberg
36:10
I’m so grateful to have the incredible lessons and wisdom from Alaskan organizing informing the work of the just transition. Thank you Enei and all the relatives up north.
Australia Hernandez
37:02
Hi everyone, Australia Hernandez -Community to Community Promotora. Land of Coast Salish, Whatcom County, Washington State
Ananda Lee Tan
38:40
Jackson Just Transition Plan: https://cooperationjackson.org/blog/2015/11/10/the-jackson-just-transition-plan
Ananda Lee Tan
39:58
Gulf South For a Green New Deal: https://www.gcclp.org/gulf-south-for-a-green-new-deal
Riddhi Patel
41:00
this is awesome
Ananda Lee Tan
41:30
UPROSE: https://www.uprose.org/
Karen Richter
42:23
Hi,Karen Richter, Puget Sound Advocates for Retirement Action, Seattle
Robby Stern
42:26
Robby Stern, Puget Sound Advocates for Retirement Action(PSARA), Seattle
Ananda Lee Tan
43:14
UPROSE in Brooklyn, members of the NYC Environmental Justice Alliance: https://www.nyc-eja.org/
Kelsey Hamlin
43:44
I got community leadership and protection act; what was the second?
Ananda Lee Tan
44:12
And leaders of the NY Renews Coalition that passed the Climate & Community Protection Act: https://www.nyrenews.org/
Adam Greenberg
44:25
++++++++++
Kelsey Hamlin
44:27
Elizabeth, you are so powerful and speaking such truth; thank you.
michael wilmarth
45:12
++++++++++++
Ananda Lee Tan
45:32
Huge UPROSE Victory against gentrification: https://www.nycaribnews.com/articles/developers-back-out-of-industry-city-project-amid-opposition/
Jen Simmons
45:37
Excellent panel, thank you all!
Alyssa Kang
45:41
🔥🔥🔥
Rick Theis
45:56
Well done. Congrats on Sunset Park Victory
Ananda Lee Tan
46:03
Community 2 Community: http://www.foodjustice.org/
Lauren Burke
46:28
If you have questions for our wonderful panel please post them here or in the Q&A section!
Riddhi Patel
47:14
++++++
Ananda Lee Tan
47:34
C2C Food Sovereignty program: http://www.foodjustice.org/food-justice
Julie Harris
47:47
Do we need to repeat questions already sent in advance?
Lauren Burke
48:35
@Julie, we’ve got those questions! Thanks for sending them in advance.
Riddhi Patel
50:18
SHE IS AMPING ME UP
Ananda Lee Tan
50:25
C2C helped start Familias Unidas por la Justicia (FUJ) - to fight for farmworker rights in WA state: http://familiasunidasjusticia.org/en/home/
Riddhi Patel
50:47
I'm in Kern County, CA so I'm loving hearing her talk
Riddhi Patel
51:56
la lucha sigue
Alyssa Kang
52:12
so outrageous
Riddhi Patel
52:17
that's infuriating
Ananda Lee Tan
53:51
Rosalinda & C2C also led the formation of Front & Centered Coalition, to advance EJ and climate justice policy in WA State: https://frontandcentered.org/
michael wilmarth
54:06
is this being recorded? would really like to share with folks who couldn’t make it
Lauren Burke
55:05
@Michael, yes it is! We’ll send it out to all who registered in the next few days
michael wilmarth
55:39
awesome, thanks!
Ananda Lee Tan
56:06
+++++ Real solidarity and mutuality
Kelsey Hamlin
56:33
+++++
Ting Fu
56:34
++++++ Rank and File Live in the Frontline++++++
Riddhi Patel
56:36
+++++
Ananda Lee Tan
57:27
Jemez Principles for Democratic Organizing
Riddhi Patel
57:33
++++++
Riddhi Patel
57:36
YES
Ananda Lee Tan
58:40
EJ principles and Jemez principles that have guided collaboration across Black, Brown and Indigenous communities for the last 30 years: http://lvejo.org/wp-content/uploads/2015/04/ej-jemez-principles.pdf
Jean Tepperman
59:23
Audio went away!
J.D. Ruybal
59:34
I may get in trouble for saying this...Finally someone is exposing the roll unions have played in securing the rights of corporations and their right to profit over ALL else.
michael wilmarth
59:34
++++++++
Mariah Dignan
59:48
The next generation of union leaders is here and ready to listen and LEARN from mistakes of the past! Let’s get into this and do the workkkkk!!
Alice Liu
01:00:11
^^^ labor is shockingly pro captalist. divided on issues as common sense as universal healthcare
Riddhi Patel
01:00:41
I love this panel so much
Parker Johnson
01:01:23
Thanks so much for this!!
Debby Szeredy
01:01:30
Great documentary on Jackson MS more people need to see the destruction of what chemical companies have done to workers, community and the land!!!
Jen Simmons
01:01:30
Wow! Thanks for sharing, Kali.
J.D. Ruybal
01:02:30
@ Alice L. Absolutely right. --Insightful
Ananda Lee Tan
01:04:24
The Jackson-Kush Plan: Struggle for Black Self-Determination & Economic Democracy: https://mronline.org/wp-content/uploads/2020/07/Jackson-KushPlan.pdf
michael wilmarth
01:05:26
++++++++++++
Joseph Ferrera
01:05:30
The confluence of neoliberal & religious accelerationism is absolutely a death spiral
Alyssa Kang
01:06:33
Excellent panel. Joined a little late unfortunately. Will the links that are being shared be emailed to us?
Ananda Lee Tan
01:06:56
Coop Jackson has been leading grassroots power building and alignment through the People’s Strike: https://peoplesstrike.org/
michael wilmarth
01:07:04
@alyssa you can always just save the chat transcript
Rick Theis
01:07:42
Okay, Jeff, you are the stale pale male union guy there. How do we get to union leadership to listen more to rank and file and to Just Transition advocates
Robby Stern
01:07:58
Have to distinguish between the building trades who are on the right of the labor Movement and the service and education unions who are much more progressive. It would be good to be aware of this distinction. FYI, the ILA on the east coast is more right wing, the ILWU on the west coast with Harry Bridges as the inspiration is very progressive.
Ananda Lee Tan
01:08:37
Climate Alliance for Clean Energy & Jobs ran the Prop 1631 campaign, where the AFL-CIO cantered the leadership of EJ & Indigenous communities: https://waclimatealliance.org/
J.D. Ruybal
01:08:44
@ Joseph F. So True...Sad
Robby Stern
01:09:07
Actually, the ILWU is not always progressive, but is mostly progressive.
Ananda Lee Tan
01:11:50
@Mark Dariemzo: Front & Centered Coalition: https://frontandcentered.org/
Kelsey Hamlin
01:11:53
++ Rosalinda, that's truth. (Come from rural WA)
J.D. Ruybal
01:14:35
Rosalinda G. *****YES*****
Joseph Ferrera
01:14:36
“Fascism is capitalism in decay”
Julie Harris
01:14:36
Excellent summation
michael wilmarth
01:14:43
++++++++
Kelsey Hamlin
01:14:46
+++++++++++
Maple Osterbrink
01:14:54
Farmworkers gained huge ground in the 60's under C Chavez by walking/marching OUT and far through Calif. THEY WON a ton; (we stopped eating grpaes for the FIVE YEARS it took them) Why not use that model now, like threaten minimum of one week stoppage for demads HAZARD PAY, (temp) M4ALL, PAID SICK time & equiment. AS LONG AS Y'all KEEP picking, they will KEEP ABUSING labor.
Riddhi Patel
01:14:55
+++++++
Alyssa Kang
01:15:09
👏👏👏👏👏
Maple Osterbrink
01:15:11
Chris Smalls who got fired from Amazon now has org "newcongress" I think (since Congress does not help labor), he is welcoming coalition-collaboration unity. Amazon workers walked out for climate in 2019 climate strike day, too. How about joining together with his potentially HUGE organizing effort?
Alice Melendez
01:15:23
extremely good point about wide variability within the so-called labor movement which was more ‘real’ long ago, nostalgia leading to misunderstanding even for someone like me who is actually too young to have ever seen solidarity in the working class
Riddhi Patel
01:15:41
this has been the most satisfying panel!!!!!
Ananda Lee Tan
01:15:46
+++++
Riddhi Patel
01:16:02
where do we access the recording if we have to leave early?
Rick Theis
01:16:05
Yes!
Kelsey Hamlin
01:16:05
++ Alice, SAME.
Ananda Lee Tan
01:16:11
+++++
Alice Melendez
01:16:16
thank you for recognizing poor whites —east ky girl
Julie Harris
01:16:24
Thank you! class-race fusion!
Joseph Ferrera
01:16:39
Union leadership is dependent upon capital for their jobs though.., and under neoliberalism unionized labor is always on the defensive?
Mark Schaeffer
01:16:53
With all due respect, fascism smashes unions. Except for police “unions”, US unions are opposed to trump and the protofascist movement he leads.
Joseph Ferrera
01:17:34
@Mark absolutely
Rick Theis
01:17:35
IBEW locals in California fought each other in getting to Community Voice Aggregation
Rick Theis
01:18:05
The as Community CHOICE Aggegaion
Ananda Lee Tan
01:18:07
Climate Justice Alliance: https://climatejusticealliance.org/just-transition/
Cameron Walkup
01:18:43
+++++++
Brandon Hill
01:19:23
100% +++++++++++
Alice Liu
01:19:26
LOL Greta. Seriously.
Mary Gutierrez
01:19:30
a fucking men......that is it exactly.
Ananda Lee Tan
01:19:33
And one of CJA’s parent organizations that started building alignment between EJ Communities & Unions - the Just Transition Alliance: http://jtalliance.org/what-is-just-transition/
Kayla Lamson
01:19:33
go off yes!
Alice Liu
01:19:47
Absolutely.
Kelsey Hamlin
01:19:48
Mark, for sure facism smashes unions but that alone doesn't mean all unions are opposed to DJT. It's not just police unions, either--which really aren't real labor [Seattle's got kicked out of our biggest labor group recently because of it and BLM].
Kayla Lamson
01:20:03
agreed
Kelsey Hamlin
01:20:03
++ Elizabeth
Brandon Hill
01:20:11
“Leadership is a continuum”
Christina Herman
01:20:25
Amen!
michael wilmarth
01:20:53
+++++++ building coalition’s critical
Ananda Lee Tan
01:20:55
EJ Principle: Let Communities Speak for Themselves !
Mary Gutierrez
01:21:05
yep. preach it. no parachuters please
Joseph Ferrera
01:21:10
Yes police unions are agents of capital
J.D. Ruybal
01:21:16
@ Elizabeth True --Then they call it an Alliance putting their NAME front and center !
Ananda Lee Tan
01:21:52
+++++Frontlines Lead on Climate Justice!
Kelsey Hamlin
01:21:54
YES, ELIZABETH
Maple Osterbrink
01:22:13
YEs some white. patriarchal, DNC-funded?, top-down corp "(not)-grassroots" ...not local, affinity, consensus.
Joseph Ferrera
01:22:17
Also there was much more union support for DJT back in 2016. He gave more voice to trade concerns than Hillary did
Julie Harris
01:22:17
Has that legitimate concern been expressed to the “Greta” type groups??
Ananda Lee Tan
01:22:28
EJ Principle: Build Just Relations
Cameron Walkup
01:22:29
Thank you!!!
Julie Harris
01:23:00
There you go
Mela Bush-Miles
01:23:01
yaasssss
Kelsey Hamlin
01:23:19
I feel if Greta type groups haven't seen that concern already, they're willfully ignorant of it and chose not to engage
Nancy Huizar
01:23:36
^yup
Kelsey Hamlin
01:24:06
++ Kali.
Julie Harris
01:24:24
Kelsey, may be true. But worth it to reach out and educate them, no? Everything to build the broadest coalition.
Paul Garver
01:24:27
The labor movement is also the Black and Brown-led SEIU locals in MA who are part of the climate justice movement.
Ananda Lee Tan
01:25:45
EJ Principle: Emphasize Bottom-up organizing
Kelsey Hamlin
01:25:51
Speaking from experience, they've been actively given the resources and those resources to engage weren't picked up.
Kelsey Hamlin
01:26:04
engage, unlearn, what have you
Maple Osterbrink
01:26:21
It can be tricky, though...like Native communities don't want to be 'saved', but are afraid to buck the govt-corrupt-corp complex b/c of grants, housing, tribal funds so tend to not riseup as readliily.
Silvia Leahu-Aluas
01:26:40
I disagree with the broad critique of youngsters, even if they make mistakes, they are the most determined group in solving the climate emergency and injustices of any type. What is a "Greta" group? Here in Indy we just had a very diverse climate strike focused on environmental justice with people from the community speaking about their own experience and their ownd demands.
Joseph Ferrera
01:26:50
Fascism is tricky in that way. It’s a superficially voices the concerns of labor as a way of propping up capitalist domination
Joseph Ferrera
01:27:14
• It superficially
Kelsey Hamlin
01:27:16
I am a youngster...didn't take it as a critique of young activists
Kelsey Hamlin
01:27:23
++++++ Kali
carol kalafatic
01:27:29
@julie: so many frontline people are tiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiired of educating the privileged/helicopter folks. kali’s analysis of what they need to do in their communities first is more productive
Kelsey Hamlin
01:27:37
^^^
Ananda Lee Tan
01:28:30
We need to stop the siloing of generations that NGO funding promotes…..EJ movement spaces are “intergenerational” because the future needs to be informed by movements past….as Enei discussed earlier
Kelsey Hamlin
01:28:38
^^
michael wilmarth
01:28:53
could listen to y’all for hours. thank you so much
Christina Herman
01:28:56
This has been great. Thanks so much to everyone.
Kayla Lamson
01:28:58
I just think there's so many different things happening at different times in different places at different times to just understand a lot of our communities are indeed struggling and need to fight for inclusivity! and listen to history!
J.D. Ruybal
01:29:01
THANK YOU ALL! In Solidarity !!
Kelsey Hamlin
01:29:01
This panel is SO GOOOOD
Rick Theis
01:29:03
I read So You Want to Take About Race and How to be Antiracist. and THIS discussion has brought the challenge real. Everyone at our NGO needs to see this recording, Thanks.
Kelsey Hamlin
01:29:46
+++ Enei.
Ananda Lee Tan
01:29:51
Some Just Transition wisdom from. Indigenous communities across Turtle Island. Indigenous Just Transition Principles: http://www.ienearth.org/wp-content/uploads/2017/10/IENJustTransitionPrinciples.pdf
Joseph Ferrera
01:30:04
Let’s build labor power and leverage it toward racial justice and environmental justice
regina gregory
01:30:27
Will there be a recording of this that people can look at later?
jason ludwig
01:30:36
yea
Maleah Mader
01:30:52
Will the recording be emailed or where can we find it?
Ananda Lee Tan
01:31:05
Be Bold, and Listen with Humility ++++
Kelsey Hamlin
01:31:57
it's anti-white supremacy in enviro
Carlos Velázquez
01:32:02
Self-transformation, I have heard that phrase in a few of wonderful speakers. I wonder if there are ways to nurture the self-transformation that so many people and organizations need.
Ananda Lee Tan
01:32:08
EJ Youth stand in leadership with their elders, ancestors -serving all generations in their communities
Nancy Huizar
01:32:09
++
Adam Greenberg
01:32:10
++++
Enei Begaye, Native Movement
01:33:13
Shout out to my staff, my team, and all my co-conspirators at Native Movement, at Alaska Just Transition Collective, and all our partners across these lands.
Ananda Lee Tan
01:33:24
Hope is Intergenerational ++++
Joseph Ferrera
01:34:06
You’re a gift, Kali
Ananda Lee Tan
01:34:06
Hope is the struggle, suffering and survival of our ancestors
Ananda Lee Tan
01:34:11
+++++
Ted Franklin
01:34:20
Powerful panel. We can all spread the links to amplify these voices.
Kayla Lamson
01:36:15
this panel is so empowering miigwetch !
Silvia Leahu-Aluas
01:36:45
Thank you for a great discussion and for your excellent work, please be assured that there are a lot of us supporting you and respecting your work.
Ananda Lee Tan
01:36:49
Hope is our respect for all labor….starting with the invizibilized labor of so many who feed us, look after our kids, and clean up after us….
Ananda Lee Tan
01:37:39
Hope is our love for those of our family who are still the poorest and most oppressed +++
Rick Theis
01:38:09
This panel has given me the most hope I’ve had in 20 years of fighting for social and environmental justice.
Alyssa Kang
01:38:22
how to save the chat if I’m watching in my phone?
Heidi J Vierthaler
01:38:23
I missed sharing with everyone so repeating:I am sending my condolences for all who we have lost to this Pandemic, man-made and natural disasters, and racial injustices and violence, and my love and prayers for everyone's health, happiness, and vitality, from Southern Maine in Wabanaki Territory.
Alyssa Kang
01:38:27
*on
Kelsey Hamlin
01:38:31
<3
carol kalafatic
01:38:33
thanks to all for this conversation. may we stay well & resilient!
Heidi J Vierthaler
01:38:49
Wow, as someone who Co Founded Students in Support of Berklee College of Music in Boston when the Teachers went on Strike in 1986, I met with Billy Bragg at a Grocery Workers Union Meeting at a Grocery Store in Ballard in Seattle, and sang in their Chorus backing his Moore Theater Performance in 1990, so I am so very sorry to hear about what has happened for the Farmworkers in my former home of Washington State. Thank you so much for all of your endeavors.
Ananda Lee Tan
01:38:59
Thank you all so much….our beautiful, inspiring comrades…..xoxo
Maleah Mader
01:39:01
Extremely powerful and inspiring, thank you so much
Debby Szeredy
01:39:02
There are many who eyes have been opened since March, we all need to help mobilize those that want to make a difference who have woke!
Heidi J Vierthaler
01:39:13
See my post about my Gratitude for our First Responder Heroes, Physical Distancing, and the Paradigm Shifts that we need to consider making during this time:https://m.facebook.com/story.php?story_fbid=10157653934092605&id=690312604
Jesus Vazquez
01:39:17
Tremendo panel. Great panel. Thanks!!
Brandon Hill
01:39:18
here’s to the long haul
Cameron Walkup
01:39:21
This was the best webinar I have ever listened to. Thank you so much!!!
Kayla Lamson
01:39:23
LOVE
Heidi J Vierthaler
01:39:26
The RISING INEQUALITY IN OUR WORLD is why I have worked so hard:- Co-Founding STUDENTS IN SUPPORT OF BERKLEE College of Music in Boston, when the Teachers went on Strike in spring of 1986,See my Album and "liner notes":https://soundcloud.com/heidi-j-vierthaler/sets/berklee-college-of-music?ref=clipboard- Serving as a Citizen Liaison not a Student for the HARVARD LIVING WAGE CAMPAIGNSee my post about the Occupation film about this important endeavor:https://m.facebook.com/story.php?story_fbid=10158062967302605&id=690312604
Alice Liu
01:39:27
<3
Gail Woon
01:39:28
Thank you so much!