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Removing Our Blinders - Shared screen with speaker view
Debbie Nelson
14:46
Please add your questions to the chat box:-)
Leigh Thomson
16:13
Were you part of PEBA when you went to PTO?
Thee Ebby J
21:59
Thank you for sharing that!! If I could just get my ED's to admit that, it would make a WORLD of Difference...
Hannah Horne
32:05
I'm so proud to see and hear the thought Leadership of my fellow WIS alumna, Tamara King! Proud of you, friend!! 🙌
Debbie Nelson
45:54
Please ask your questions
Rhonda Washington
47:21
Will this recorded zoom session be emailed to attendees?
Tish McCutchen
49:38
“If race is the biggest indicator of inequity, it’s also our biggest leverage point.” Thanks, Melanie. Inequity is systemic and deliberate and 400 years old (in this country) — “Caste” shows that what manifests as race in the USA is different in other cultures - but it’s the same insidious mindset. But to Melanie’s point — racial inequity is literally what we can see — it’s what we can work on. Melanie — has “Caste” influenced how you’re thinking?
Yolanda Anderson
53:54
That is SO KEY
Yolanda Anderson
54:23
Building The GENUINE Relationships FIRST is the First step
Kasie Whitener
54:34
^^
Katy Pugh Smith
54:44
Yes Yolanda thank you
Yolanda Anderson
55:00
Indeed
LynnHutto
56:28
This is very insightful at a time such as this…having recruited for several years one of the frustrations was recruiting with very little leverage to retain employees due to the inability to change the culture.
Kasie Whitener
56:50
And if it doesn’t work for everyone, then it doesn’t work at all. Redesign.
April Borkman
58:07
THANK YOU SO MUCH for this opportunity! I second getting a copy of the recording. I would like to share this with some folks at MUSC.
Yolanda Anderson, MMC
58:25
To Listen and Hear... more so than to really speak!!
Leigh Thomson
58:41
White Fragility
Tish McCutchen
59:36
“Every system is perfectly designed for the results it produces.” W Edward Deming, in the 1930s
Cathy DeCourcy
01:00:31
What are the requirements to obtain a Richland Library card?
Ann Warner WREN (she/her)
01:00:37
Richland Library is the BEST. We are so fortunate to have these resources. Thank you, Melanie!
Susan Lyon
01:00:39
https://myrl.overdrive.com/media/84626AB5-31DD-46F2-BCB9-5DD803ADEE32
Robin Hillyer Miles (she/her)
01:01:27
Thank you. Great session. BZ!
mdonahue
01:01:34
Thank you. So much to think about
Karen Kuse
01:01:38
Thank you for this hour!
Yolanda Anderson, MMC
01:01:42
Great Information Melanie
Alana Jordan - Justice 360
01:01:43
Thank you!
Ellen Blake
01:01:45
Thank you, wonderful!
Kevin Patten
01:01:50
Awesome session Melanie, thanks!
Cathy DeCourcy
01:01:55
Thank you!!!
JoAnn Turnquist
01:01:57
Thank you, Melanie. Your leadership and counsel are greatly appreciated.
Rhonda Washington
01:02:01
Thank you Melanie.
LynnHutto
01:02:02
Great leadership Melanie!
vanessa
01:02:15
Thank you for all the work you have done and is doing.
Kimberly Martinez-Ward
01:02:23
Thanks for your leadership
Tori Burke-Koskela
01:02:27
This was so helpful!!
Rusty Infinger
01:02:30
Appreciate the presentation and especially the resources! Thank you!
Rhonda Washington
01:02:38
Hi