Zoom Logo

Coronavirus Information - Self-Advocates Connecting - Shared screen with speaker view
Courtney Hineman
16:41
Sorry my computer was going really slow
ed
24:24
white student with disbillys also gets trowed out shcool
ed
24:56
jeefroy
Reid Eaton
25:15
I agree with that
ed
25:26
not just black
Shannon Rivas
25:49
Students facing expulsion for fighting in the hallways.
ed
26:25
+ so don't make this matter of color
Jessica Campbell SANYS LI
26:56
I had many black friends in high school in 88-92 and They always got put in detention
Reid Eaton
27:03
yes I agree ; It happens to white people too
Randy Phalen - SC (she/her/hers)
27:15
He didn't say that white students don't get thrown out of school. He just said that black students are MORE LIKELY to get thrown out of school than white students.
Jessica Campbell SANYS LI
27:28
schools haven’t changed and it’s sickening
ed
28:13
no way
Shannon Rivas
28:47
When I was in middle school, the students had to be sent to alternative school but I've never been suspended or expelled because I've never been in trouble.
ed
28:49
yes
ed
29:03
I was
ed
29:21
black
ed
29:51
no way
Reid Eaton
30:27
I don’t remember that I was 4 years old in 1999
Shannon Rivas
30:50
I remember the school shootings.
Jessica Campbell SANYS LI
30:57
I remember that in high school several of my black friends were kicked out
Mark Knight Dixon
31:52
I was about to be a junior in high school in 1999 when the Columbine Shooting occurred.
Max Barrows (he/him/his)
33:22
After this presentation, there will be time for questions to be asked.
Reid Eaton
34:46
the public schools send the students to either psych hospitals/Juvenile Hospital schools &/or Alternative Special Needs Schools because they don’t want to deal with them anymore
theamazinj
35:16
This is Jason Ross
lweintraub@aucd.org
37:38
Are you working on the national level about this issue
Reid Eaton
37:51
and the schools keep saying they have behaviors when most don’t
Shannon Rivas
39:42
Students probably need to show respect to teachers and the principal involving behavior and discipline issues.
Mark Knight Dixon
45:40
I agree that students need to show respect with their teachers and the principal.
Randy Phalen - SC (she/her/hers)
47:20
I wouldn't say it's all on the students in this situation. Schools need better sensitivity training to handle situations accordingly rather than booting people from class or escalating it beyond that. There has to be a better way. A lot of times, folks didn't grow with access to social/emotional learning so they don't know how to appropriately communicate how they're feeling so they resort to other methods.
Courtney Hineman
48:19
I have to leave at 1:50, I have another meeting at 2
Reid Eaton
54:03
most of the times the teachers & Principles treat the students unfairly and accuse them of false behaviors & Restraint & Exclude them for behaviors they even have just because they have a Disability
theamazinj
56:14
This is very true
theamazinj
56:22
Especially in Rockland County, NY
Reid Eaton
57:01
& in the Richmond Area of VA Yes
Tara’s iPhone
59:03
thank you so much for sharing about this critical issue! Tara- IL Self Advocacy Alliance
Michael Lettman
01:01:05
Hi I'm Michael Lettman and as an advocate with an autism project, I hope to find ways to reach out to many professionals and organizations out there
Reid Eaton
01:01:08
what’s ACLU
Lee Reilly
01:02:09
ACLU: American Civil Liberties Union
Christopher Siani
01:03:28
sorry guys I have to leave now I have another meeting coming up
theamazinj
01:04:35
Hi Liz! Nice to see you , Jason
Katherine Hamann
01:06:49
This is great information. Thank you for your work on bringing this to light.
hope
01:07:04
hi
hope
01:07:21
kely
Jack, Leon, Hollie, Karen, Kyle
01:07:31
how do you handle discrimination in a professional yet direct manner?
Nicole Noblet
01:07:44
I live in MN, I would like to get involved in this project
Shannon Rivas
01:08:11
Is it impossible for the school's resource officers to receive sensitive training to handle behavior issues between them and the students?
Randy Phalen - SC (she/her/hers)
01:10:08
I don't think it's impossible. We work with the local police department all the time on sensitivity training when interacting with people with disabilities.
Mark Knight Dixon
01:11:40
Centers for Independent Living here in Virginia do sensitivity training with local police departments.
lweintraub@aucd.org
01:12:10
Thank you STARC for this
theamazinj
01:12:38
This was a great zoom discussion, Thank you SARTAC!
Shannon Rivas
01:12:53
Great presentation Jeff!
Mark Knight Dixon
01:13:07
This was a great discussion.
hope
01:13:29
john hi
hope
01:14:49
hope
Danielle Underwood
01:14:54
Great presentation, Jeff! Thank you for sharing your work with all of us here and everyone who cares about this problem
Randy Phalen - SC (she/her/hers)
01:15:37
I must duck out, but thank you for this information. I really appreciate it!
Candace Cunningham
01:16:02
Great job Jeff!!
Mikayla Hoskins
01:16:36
good job jeff
Mikayla Hoskins
01:18:14
Good By Everyone and I have to go now. Have a good weekend and see you on Monday. This is Mikayla
John McCarty
01:18:17
Jeffrey. Good job. Sorry I was late.
lweintraub@aucd.org
01:18:39
Yes..TEAM..together everything achieves more
Christi Crosby
01:18:50
Is this presentation going to available on demand?
Shannon Rivas
01:19:00
I agree Elizabeth!
Danielle Underwood
01:19:02
Also, check out Jeff's article and other SARTAC articles in the new issue of Impact magazine: https://publications.ici.umn.edu/impact/33-1/cover
ed
01:19:15
I am soory jeffroy getting mad
Reid Eaton
01:19:15
thank you Jeffery ;Good Bye everyone see you next week
Blue Daniel Kim
01:20:07
Thank you
Danielle Underwood
01:20:30
Thanks Max! Thanks Topper!