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Equity Blueprint Breakfasts - Shared screen with speaker view
Dane Smith
24:48
https://protectthevote.net/
Dane Smith
27:28
I'm urging everyone to check out this national grassroots effort, active in Minnesota, that is preparing to mobilize if the president is defeated and refuses to concede and attempts to obstruct the transition. https://protectthevote.net/
Dane Smith
29:02
Oops, meant to link to Protect the Results. https://protecttheresults.com/
Dane Smith
29:12
But both are good and important!
Dave Fisher
38:41
I'mnow signedup!
Peter D'Ascoli
41:02
The NY REview of Books book review from yesterday is a review of the "Antisocial: ON line extremists, Techno-Utopian, and the Hijacking of the American Conversation" by Marants. the title of the review is "HOw the Awful Stuff Won".
kay kessel
41:40
I have been part of Faith in Minnesota/Isaiah and I feel the hope rather than League of Women voters for there just aren't the numbers to reach thousands of voters. Also Kevin, my grandson is a senior at Berkeley High and I went last year to parents night and there are hardly any African American students for Berkeley housing is so high it has totally changed.
Peter D'Ascoli
41:48
How do we respond to the electronic capacity toward hatred and other awful stuff?
kay kessel
43:51
How can we participate or observe the Social Studies
kay kessel
44:24
committee that you are on?
Peter D'Ascoli
47:38
Thank you
Dane Smith
49:27
Thanks Peter d for the recommendation to Anti-social. Wish I had a better answer to subsequent question about how to respond to hatred and falsehood.
J Schulz
51:59
thanks all
Brad Griffith
52:02
Thanks to all for today’s and prior discussions!
Peter D'Ascoli
52:28
Thank you Kevin Lindsey for a well grounded thoughtful talk.
Mary Browning
52:52
How much sway does the Endowment for the Humanities have with public school districts/
Dave Fisher
53:11
I appreciate the reference material!
Dane Smith
54:05
Thanks Kevin for inspirational (and logical) presentation and all you do for humanity and Humanities!!
East Side Freedom Library
55:39
East Side Freedom Library is working with St. Paul Public Schools Social Studies program to develop a "critical ethnic studies" curriculum to be introduced at 10th grade across the system.
Peter D'Ascoli
57:56
RE: construction, look at who was hired to rebuild Target on Lake street.
Dave Fisher
58:54
Great information, Kevin. Thank you.
Erin Wilson
58:56
Thank you Kevin!
Kevin Lindsey, MHC (he, him, his)
59:13
Peter, thanks for the information
Dane Smith
59:25
Way to go East Side Freedom Library, I urge everybody checke it out