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Recognizing Unconscious Bias - Floxsie DEI Workshop #1 - Shared screen with speaker view
JamesFrancis
20:33
Hello everyone and welcome to our presentation.
Eve Ashworth
26:16
Hello everyone!
Samantha Van Noy
27:29
Feels like morning for me. Recovering from a red eye flight.
Samantha Van Noy
33:43
Absolutely
Samantha Van Noy
34:34
Its a process to learn to identify them
Kathy O
34:38
political
Tiff Ing (@tiff.ing @mostlyyalit) she/her
34:42
racial, socioeconomic, stereotypes
Dana Dutton
35:59
Basketball player
Samantha Van Noy
44:46
The assumptions of not being part of a group by others is very hurtful. You dont always see on the surface if someone is part of a group like the LGTBQ+ group for example
Samantha Van Noy
45:27
LANGUAGE
Phillippa Ewing
45:41
Just had someone show bias against someone who uses incorrect grammar.
Beth NG (she/her)
48:20
Bias against invisible handicaps
Samantha Van Noy
49:58
young white guy
Phillippa Ewing
50:04
millennial
Tiff Ing (@tiff.ing @mostlyyalit) she/her
51:14
Language in asking questions is really important, though. If you're asking me where I'm from, that's one thing. But if you're asking me something like, "No, where are you really from?" because you see an Asian person and not a Caucasian person when I tell you I'm from Canada, then yeah, I'm going to be a little bit miffed.
Steph - Floxsie
51:21
I think my grandparents think I design and develop apple products šŸ˜…
Debra Dockendorf
51:21
My husband is a computer expert and he is 63 years old. He started in the industry in the mid 80s
Tiff Ing (@tiff.ing @mostlyyalit) she/her
54:11
Working Girl
Phillippa Ewing
54:14
Gone with the Wind
Jes Velez
54:27
the devil wears prada
Dana Dutton
55:12
Alien is a good one for that
Samantha Van Noy
56:22
Being younger this is a harder question because we had a lot of movies featuring women growing up.
Amy Taff
56:35
everybody matters
Amy Taff
57:39
my parents were and are ahead of their time. i loved older people. my peers were not my fav.
Samantha Van Noy
57:59
I moved from a small town because I never felt accepted so my family supported moving to the suburbs so I could go to an art school which was incredibly inclusive.
Steph - Floxsie
58:20
I feel like as a kid I used to not see differences in people until I was older
Tiff Ing (@tiff.ing @mostlyyalit) she/her
58:23
What I remember from childhood was being told that everyone is equal
Phillippa Ewing
58:38
I moved to a small town in New Jersey. A cross was burned on the lawn of a catholic monastery.
Dana Dutton
01:00:30
I was brought up Morman, at the time they still said that Blacks were descended from Cain and thus not equal. When my grandfather told me that, I was out of there.
Samantha Van Noy
01:03:27
At 11 I choose to stop seeing my farther because of his biases and how he didn't respect me. This year I finally disconnected completely at 32.
Phillippa Ewing
01:03:48
That everyone has good intentions.
Beth NG (she/her)
01:17:05
Can we get that name? Iā€™m also an double disabled person.
Tiff Ing (@tiff.ing @mostlyyalit) she/her
01:17:53
As a maker community, I think selective awareness is good in that we are very much looking at the things that people make or design more than the people themselves. But at the same time, I think it can be dangerous to not look at who the maker is and where they are coming from in their making - who they support and whether they are conscious of their making/purchasing/selling power
Debra Dockendorf
01:18:15
The coffee chain is Bitty and Beaus. There are only a handful of shops. They are expanding.
Phillippa Ewing
01:20:07
https://www.bittyandbeauscoffee.com/locations
Samantha Van Noy
01:23:07
How do we tell people how we are being inclusive without co-opting those we are trying to support.
Debra Dockendorf
01:23:11
Everyone is a leader for change in their own sphere, neighborhood, workplace.
Beth NG (she/her)
01:23:19
Can we get his deets?
Phillippa Ewing
01:27:54
Thank you so much, James!
Samantha Van Noy
01:27:58
Thank you for this incredible session
Dana Dutton
01:28:06
Thank you for making me think
Denise Hixon
01:28:23
thank you!
Trish Baskett
01:28:26
Thank you!
Johns, Penny
01:28:29
Thank you
Amy Taff
01:28:33
Thank you!!
ruth
01:28:34
Thank you! This was excellent!!
Gale Zucker
01:28:44
thank you!!
Debra Dockendorf
01:29:09
Thank you so much
Kathy O
01:29:34
Thank you! Very thought provoking, in a positive way.
Beth NG (she/her)
01:29:59
Thanks so very much for a spectacular lecture.
Samantha Van Noy
01:30:55
Thank you Eve for hosting this
Tiff Ing (@tiff.ing @mostlyyalit) she/her
01:30:57
Appreciate the session, James and Eve.
ruth
01:31:30
Thank you Eve and Floxsie team for offering this!
Kathleen Reynolds
01:32:06
Thank you everyone <3
Steph - Floxsie
01:32:16
Thank you!
Tracy
01:32:17
Thank you!
Maureen Luddy
01:32:20
Great session but came in lateWill the recording be on the website to share? When?
JamesFrancis
01:32:34
james@balancinglifesissues.com
Steph - Floxsie
01:32:35
Recording will be available within 24 hours on the event site