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BEA Pop-Up: Racial Injustice: A Necessary Conversation - Shared screen with speaker view
Maha Bali
37:04
yes thanks for recording
Robert Nason
37:07
Hello everyone!
Andrew David
37:16
Hi all - Andrew David and Deborah Wilson David viewing together (so that's another attendee to add to the numbers). Greetings from the UK!
Laura Castaneda
38:59
Natalie, hi. Could you please share that dept. note again?
Jasmine Roberts
39:43
I’m exhausted. A great deal of emotional labor is being asked of Black people.
Karen Turner
40:23
@Jasmine…I agree.
Dr. Ashley Hall
40:26
Exhausted from the amount of white folks asking me for labor but not asking me how I am.
Maha Bali
40:44
overwhelmed with all the grief - internal and external, global and local
Natalie Tindall
40:49
Laura, for some reason I can’t share the direct link to the post.
Nora Baldner
40:55
I’m proud of my children for protesting, but worried about their safety and feel conflicted about that dissonance.
Maha Bali
41:15
that's totally understandable @Nora
Denise McGill
41:47
I’m looking at how to be a better ally.
Kyle.J.Miller@usd.edu
42:30
Me too. How to be a better ally, incorporate discussions into the classroom…and prepare our students for covering these topics and issues.
Kim Fox
42:46
Here is the Lamar statement: https://www.instagram.com/p/CA8C-m_B-WN/?igshid=p77tdun4p3go
Dave Madsen
42:58
If you put your screen into SPEAKER VIEW, then you can immediately see the person talking, with their name in the lower left
Mitzi Lewis
43:13
Me too—how to be a better ally
Maha Bali
43:24
our institution hasn't put put a statement,American University in Cairo, right Kim?
Kim Fox
43:35
No, Maha, they have not.
Maha Bali
43:47
we have emailed to ask why not!!
Natalie Tindall
44:16
For info on allyship, I would recommend Karen Catlin’s Better Allies book and email newsletter.
Maha Bali
44:23
i wonder what is the best way to advocate for this as i feel unqualified as a non-American but of course it should have come from them without prompting
Andrew David
44:40
I have nearly 70 faculty I look after as their department Head. I want to look after those who are affected. And I would appreciate, in this wonderfully supportive environment, frank advice on what I can say, how I can best support them. - as others have said above - how to be their ally (and a good boss!).
Maha Bali
44:59
i need to check social media to amplify voices of my African American friends (without adding to their labor)
David Crider
45:07
I feel the same as Jennifer, exhausted and unsure of what more I can do to be a better ally, though I am learning to accept that I am doing what I’m able to do/what I’m best at as an educator.
Dr. Ashley Hall
45:08
White allyship has been traumatic for me. How can one be a co-conspirator which I believe is more action-oriented than performative.
Ralph Beliveau
45:30
The protests make me hopeful. As does this: Ibram X. Kendi, Leading Scholar of Racism, to Join BU and Launch BU Center for Antiracist Research
Sally Ann Cruikshank
45:51
I am so worried for my students, especially my Black students, who are covering the protests. I’m terrified for their safety and also their mental health.
Natalie Tindall
47:03
Ibram Kendi’s How to Be Antiracist is an excellent resource as well as Layla Saad’s Me and White Supremacy
Vic Costello
48:46
demars
Adrienne Wallace
48:46
I was in the PRSA webinar this am and this link was shared: https://tinyurl.com/antiracistresourceguide from Victoria Alexander, MEd.
Kristiina Hackel
49:11
I am at Cal State LA—we are a Hispanic Serving Institution with majority first generation population. I am here to listen and learn so I can support my colleagues, staff, and students.
Denise McGill
51:23
thank you Natalie for sharing with this group!
Amy Sanders
51:36
Bravo, Natalie! We need more leaders like you!
Jamie Newmeyer
51:37
I’m wondering if I should incorporate anything into my summer class next month on “mass comm theory & research” —or should I give my students a break from it.
Natalie Tindall
56:34
If you would like to use the statement, feel free to do so. Same with the language in the graphic.
Katherine Irwin
56:42
This is a good article for conversations: https://www.yesmagazine.org/opinion/2017/09/08/my-white-friend-asked-me-on-facebook-to-explain-white-privilege-i-decided-to-be-honest/?fbclid=IwAR1-IuCyh68evl8KJ6I9asDaQfRkFW1gDSGa1kiBKPt02b72VgSXupzWZJo
Jenn Billinson
56:44
This was our faculty-written statement-Christopher Newport University in Newport news, VA. : https://docs.google.com/document/d/19cQZipO16RpXXyq-YYDK48ZIg1GHzpKNzDsMyWHDva8/edit?usp=sharing
Lance Lippert
58:43
As a white faculty member, I really like the notion that I need to be more of a co-conspirator rather than just an ally as Dr. Hall and Dr. Byndom at San Antonio suggest. This is very enlightening to me and something that I will work to develop as I become more "interested & invested."
Maha Bali
58:59
@Natalie may I use your statement in an upcoming keynote? can i cite you personally as the author of Lamar's statement?
Natalie Tindall
59:33
@maha, sure.
Kim Fox
59:40
Denise, pls share that statement when you get a chance.
Dr. Ashley Hall
59:43
When white folks say they are here to listen, that has typically been code for sit back and not engage. Listening doesnt mean not actively engaging. It also means picking your moments to speak based on the context and when to fall back.
Dr. Ashley Hall
01:00:43
You have to speak up to start learning what that looks and feels like. Folks have to be willing to make mistakes and get it wrong so they can learn how to consistently do right by Black colleagues, staff, and students.
Jasmine Gray
01:01:05
Well said Dr. Hall
Nancy Dupont
01:01:06
I teach at Ole Miss. Race Riot. Rebels. I am torn about what to do.
Natalie Tindall
01:01:23
Dr. Hall is spot on with her comments. Thank you for saying those.
Jasmine Roberts
01:03:14
Yes, I appreciate Dr. Hall’s comments
Kim Fox
01:03:50
Sorry abt that.
Chetachi Egwu
01:04:00
Indeed Dr. Hall
Jennifer Vardeman
01:04:00
Building off of what Dr Hall and Dr Tindall are saying, this reading has guided me a lot in my understanding for 15 years: the knowing that bridge work is hard but we still need to do it: https://womenwhatistobedone.files.wordpress.com/2013/09/1983-home-girls-coalition-politics-bernice-johnson-reagon.pdf
Kim Zarkin (she/her/hers)
01:04:32
If you missed this article - I recommend it. How passive voice is used to protect the police . https://www.theatlantic.com/culture/archive/2020/06/george-floyd-protests-what-news-reports-dont-say/612571/
Jasmine Gray
01:04:35
@Debbie James. Is there any guidance to how to implement the media participation support at other universities?
Terry Manning
01:04:51
People have to be willing to make mistakes but we can’t be overly punitive when they do. These are teachable moment (which I know, we’re teaching again) but if we don’t acknowledge the effort then how can we expect it to continue?
Debbie James
01:05:48
@Jasmine Gray Yes, we are developing a guide as part of our program committee with our campus/student/community partners.
Kristiina Hackel
01:06:00
Thank you BEA leadership and colleagues. I need to jump off for another Zoom but wanted to attend as much of this as I could. Everyone please take care of yourselves.
Dr. Ashley Hall
01:06:51
To be focused on the punitive aspect is part of the issue.
Amy Sanders
01:08:05
If you haven’t seen the PBS documentary “Tell Them We Are Rising,” it will likely introduce you to aspects of history that your history books didn’t. At least my rural white history books didn’t include it…
Ralph Beliveau
01:08:13
As a doc teacher, I would strongly recommend “I Am Not Your Negro,” which brings James Baldwin to life in a way that is very challenging and deeply profound.
Dr. Ashley Hall
01:08:15
White folks must learn to be accountable for their mistakes and not avoid being taken to task. Living while Black is treated punitively. we have to shift the frame.
Rachel
01:08:38
I recommend the textbook Cross Cultural Journalism edited by Drs. Maria Len Rios and Earnest Perry. I’ve used this book several times in classes and it’s engaging, challenging, and comprehensive. (Also, Dr. Len-Rios is on the call right now)
Dr. Ashley Hall
01:09:41
Being critiqued doesnt mean we dont see the effort, its means that the efforts that are being made arent helpful. Gotta accept this and adjust. This work isnt supposed to be comfortable.
Laura Castaneda
01:09:43
Yes, I use Cross Cultural Journalism By Dr. Len Rios and Dr. Perry in a required course at USC-Annenberg. It
Natalie Tindall
01:09:49
Just Mercy is streaming for free on all platforms. That movie is about the work Bryan Stevenson has done and is doing with race and the criminal justice system.
Denise McGill
01:09:53
U of South Carolina campus is 3 blocks from state capitol building. Our students have been right in the middle of historic events here (ie removing confederate flag from State House.) I’m very proud of them and I feel very responsible for helping them process each development, both as citizens and as budding journalists.
N Triche
01:09:55
Edit (Equity Diversity and Inclusion in Teaching) Media is a great resource http://www.editmedia.org/
david.staton
01:10:04
Dr. Sanders. Can you please repeat the name of the documentary you suggested? Thanks.
Julia Largent
01:10:05
I saw on Twitter earlier today that Criterion Collection is temporarily removing the paywall on Black classic films, so even if you are not a subscriber, you can watch some of these classic films.
Leigh Wright
01:10:26
Great assignment, Pat! I may borrow that for one of my classes this semester.
Stacy Scholder
01:11:22
Thank you, Pat. These are great ideas.
Denise McGill
01:11:22
U of South Carolina’s student government statement https://twitter.com/UofSCSG/status/1266857619869913090?s=20
Harrison Hove
01:11:31
University of Florida’s College of Journalism and Communications has already authored a statement from Dean Diane McFarlin. We are having a zoom town hall for students tomorrow. Faculty are encouraged to attend. There is a faculty town hall Monday and staff town hall on Tuesday.
Chetachi Egwu
01:11:40
Thank you Dr. McGill
Ralph Beliveau
01:11:44
Thanks, Julia! Excellent!
Maria Len-Rios
01:12:05
We’re lucky to have a lot of great contributors. Thanks for looking at and using our book, Laura and Rachel.
Dr. Pat Sanders
01:12:28
The documentary is 13th. It is on Netflix, but I found the full do online free last night. I will see if I can find it.
Debbie James
01:12:28
Everyone, here is an example of our Community Media Center: Student Produced project that supports cross generational conversations. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rl4i9oF4F70&list=PLwLZ8gE4BUfTlnthojDjrzjSbHESKfAE0
Dr. Ashley Hall
01:12:54
Audre Lorde's piece on hierarchies of oppression that maY be useful for those moments!
Amy Sanders
01:13:26
Staff do a lot of close contact support with our students too.
Dr. Pat Sanders
01:13:29
Here is the documentary—free for right now: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=krfcq5pF8u8
Chetachi Egwu
01:14:49
FYI all, Warner Brothers has made the film “Just Mercy” is available to stream for FREE at justmercyfilm.com. A starting point to talk about race and the criminal justice system.
Kim Zarkin (she/her/hers)
01:15:55
PBS has also put up some films for free, including I am Not your Negro and Stanley Nelson’s Black Panther documentary.
Jessica Hughes
01:17:02
Yes to white folks sharing the burden of anti-racism work! I think it’s super important for us white faculty and for white students to talk about race and racism. White folks are often socialized NOT to talk about race or to see race as not our issue. And so we often don’t have a lot of practice talking about it. This is a hurdle, I know. But this silence perpetuates the idea that whiteness is the default/norm. Race is something we all experience and if we’re to challenge white supremacy, we need to talk about it. I teach a 100-level course and have found Brenda J. Allen’s Difference Matters, the MTV documentary White People, and Ijeoma Oluo’s So You Want to Talk about Race as particularly helpful for enabling white students to enter the conversation.
Amanda Sturgill
01:17:50
I am one of those people who doesn’t say much, mostly because I worry about looking like I’m virtue signaling. (This may be misguided, but it is my concern - even in writing this comment). I’ve got a little leadership position in another organization, and once of my action plans is to try to create more conversations like this one - across campus to share resources because I think different campuses have different things to offer to the conversation. I really appreciate BEA and the organizers of this! (In my own classes, I am working on how to incorporate our common reading (Biased) in my upper-level classes.
Mitzi Lewis
01:17:58
The Grey Challenge—Real Change Starts with Real Understanding—has a list of films to watch and learn from: https://www.thegreychallenge.com/
Dr. Pat Sanders
01:18:46
Thank you, Janet.
Dr. Ashley Hall
01:20:37
I dont need someone to walk in my shoes per se. I want them to learn about my experience for what it is, mine. Embracing intersectional approaches to discussions on race at the intersections of other identity demographics makes a huge difference.
Jennifer Meadows
01:21:05
great point Maria
Natalie Tindall
01:21:06
Thanks, Dr. Len-Rios. It’s important to look at the strategy docs to see if, where, and how diversity and inclusion and equity are discussed and assessed.
Teri Finneman
01:21:19
I was just in another webinar talking about university-wide curriculum. A few weeks ago, I was appointed to my school's core curriculum committee. I now see this as a critical opportunity as to what we prioritize as core and what we do not and how diversity is incorporated in classes that don't have the word diversity in them.
Jasmine Gray
01:22:14
Agreed Dr Hall. Cus that walk in my shoes seems to encourage the oppression olympics? My experience vs your experience. If I
Natalie Tindall
01:22:51
@Dr. Ashley Hall, agree with you. What tools and resources do you use to discuss intersectionality with your students?
Dr. Ashley Hall
01:23:53
And it misses the particularity of Black lived experience in an antiblack world. I would caution folks to think how discourses of diversity, multiculturalism, and inclusion actually silence Black students and shame Black rage.
Dr. Ashley Hall
01:24:21
Audre Lorde, "No Hierachies of Oppression" is a go to resource.
Maha Bali
01:24:32
I am learning a lot and making note of lots of resources that I hope to take back to my course next semester inshallah.
Jasmine Roberts
01:24:41
That’s an excellent assignment. Sally Ann. ’ll be incorporating that for next semester.
Dr. Ashley Hall
01:24:45
Black feminist Theories are a great resource more generally
Dr. Ashley Hall
01:25:05
or rather, Black feminist thought.
Jasmine Gray
01:25:24
Yes, thanks Sally Ann!
Heather Birks
01:25:25
We will make sure we incorporate all these resources from the chat onto BEA's website too.
Sally Ann Cruikshank
01:25:26
Thank you,@ Jasmine. I’m happy to share any of my resources and examples. SallyAnn.Cruikshank@mtsu.edu
Julia Largent
01:25:37
Thanks, Heather!
Chetachi Egwu
01:25:45
Great thank’s Heather!
Kyle.J.Miller@usd.edu
01:25:52
Thanks Heather and Sally!
Ralph Beliveau
01:25:54
https://www.ted.com/talks/kimberle_crenshaw_the_urgency_of_intersectionality?language=en
David Crider
01:25:59
Thank you for sharing that activity about rewriting tweets/headlines, Sally Ann! I would love to see examples as well.
Sally Ann Cruikshank
01:27:03
Absolutely, @David!
petergloviczki
01:27:09
I’ve found the writings of Patricia Hill Collins to be very useful, too.
Jessica Hughes
01:27:12
Great point about whiteness as a default identity, H.D. Characters are also assumed to be straight and abled unless identified as otherwise.
Natalie Tindall
01:28:16
@Margaret Ritsch, I would love to work with you on that activism PR class. I teach and do PR so this is up my alley.
H.D. Motyl
01:28:29
Absolutely Jesica. As a gay man, I’ve had to deal with that, too, and bring examples of other sexualities/genders in too
Jasmine Roberts
01:28:39
Me too!
Jasmine Roberts
01:29:00
I’d love to work with you Natalie and Margaret. My email is Roberts.827@osu.edu
Hilary Fussell Sisco
01:29:06
@margaretRitsch I am teaching Nonprofit PR in the fall, I would love to chat with both you and @Natalie Tindall. I have a big space for activism in that course.
Andrew Mills
01:29:24
Follow Jumpine on Twitter @JumplineJwww.Jumplinejournalism.com
Denise McGill
01:30:06
A simple thing I do is steer students toward covering stories outside their own community. For example, if they want to photograph a small business, point them to a black-owned business. If they want to cover religion, point them toward an African American church. In showing story examples, I make a point of showing projects by and about minority communities.
Margaret Ritsch
01:30:59
Hillary! Great! I’m having a hard time finding you on this list. let’s talk and maybe create a Zoom with Natalie. I’m at margaretritsch@gmail.com this summer.
Candice’s iPad
01:31:15
would love to learn more about how you all plan to incorporate this in your PR courses! I teach in the PR concentration as well and my research focus is digital activism. let’s connect! cledring@nscu.edu
Redelia Shaw
01:32:02
The first thing is that Caucasian faculty need to know and understand for themselves how this systemic racism is further ingrained in society and as educators how these ethnic notions are further perpetuated. Jacqueline Batallora’s, “The Birth of a White Nation” is a great resource to understand how the term “white” became a legal term in the America in 1681. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=riVAuC0dnP4&t=1001s
Rebecca Bagley
01:32:44
I found these two links helpful for future discussions with my students:
Rebecca Bagley
01:32:45
https://www.adl.org/education/resources/tools-and-strategies/race-talk-engaging-young-people-in-conversations-about
Denise McGill
01:33:16
@Andrew, I agree with you, but I’ve been hearing these conversations for 30+ years. It’s time to get serious about action points.
Rosemary
01:33:49
Natalie, and everyone, please include me in your PR course discussion, as well... I teach a course in it every semester--thanks to BEA for connecting us. I can be reached at Rum31@psu.edu
Redelia Shaw
01:34:05
Thank you Kim Zarkin
Natalie Tindall
01:34:08
@Kim Zarkin, yes, the social constructions of race are fundamental to having these conversations.
Jessica Hughes
01:34:19
The PBS doc Race: The power of an illusion is a great resource that traces the invention of race and whiteness
H.D. Motyl
01:34:21
Yes! To what the canon is!!
H.D. Motyl
01:34:32
Challenge canon!
Jasmine Gray
01:34:39
I would like to be included in the PR discussion as an instructor: please @jazgray@live.unc.edu
Kirstie Hettinga
01:34:45
Thank you everyone. I have to switch to another Zoom meeting.
Jessica Hughes
01:35:03
That PBS doc also has a good website: https://www.pbs.org/race/000_General/000_00-Home.htm
Jasmine Gray
01:35:04
Thanks all!
Jennifer Vardeman
01:35:10
I love this effort, @Kim Zarkin
Julia Largent
01:35:12
Same! Please include me in the PR discussion—largentj@mcpherson.edu.
Jenn Billinson
01:35:27
This was shared with me recently and I think is super useful in general in terms of combatting white supremacy and how to be an actively anti-racist- for students but for us as educators as well (especially those of us who are white). https://docs.google.com/document/d/1PrAq4iBNb4nVIcTsLcNlW8zjaQXBLkWayL8EaPlh0bc/preview?fbclid=IwAR1zDoG83xpy8Fg7y7iFW2jMxR1jDXE6F7TbAtqtwDPgZFiaNfUi2SI9BQg&pru=AAABcpq8c14*C_JncXmFmMjf8og2gUGURA
Amanda Sturgill
01:35:37
Resource if you teach note taking. They take notes on this in class and we discuss the quality of the notes and also where else we would get information for a full story (other interviews, other print resources) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6qTfX4U6C_0
Jasmine Roberts
01:35:42
Say that. More diverse examples! I had a student point out in a public speaking class that we always speak about Aristotle, plato, socrates, but never African griots, who contributed greatly to rhetoric and public speaking. I applauded her for bringing this to everyone’s attention
Kyle.J.Miller@usd.edu
01:35:50
Well said, Kim! This is fantastic advice.
Redelia Shaw
01:35:56
this is pertinent to our African American and Latinx students as well given what we are witnessing on the news every day.https://www.refinery29.com/en-us/2020/05/9841376/black-trauma-george-floyd-dear-white-people
Stephanie Madden
01:37:08
@natalie, I'd love to be in on PR conversations as well. I'm happy to also help organize something as part of my leadership role in AEJMC PRD.
Dr. Pat Sanders
01:37:35
Great idea on the public speaking.
Julia Largent
01:37:36
If you enjoy board games, you might enjoy this one: http://store.tesacollective.com/rise-up/
petergloviczki
01:38:33
Thank you all. I’m grateful to have had the opportunity to be here.
Karen Turner
01:38:49
Thank you. Have another zoom meeting.
Debbie Davis
01:38:55
Also interested in the PR discussion Debbie.Davis@ttu.edu
nnekalogan
01:39:58
Also interested in the PR discussion nlogan@vt.edu
Natalie Tindall
01:42:03
@Stephanie Madden, yes! Let’s work on something for the AEJMC PRD Division.
Dr. Ashley Hall
01:42:32
That was a mistake!
Margaret Ritsch
01:42:32
Sounds great, Natalie.
Alice Rae-Flick
01:42:39
I'm interested in the PR discussion alice.rae-flick@ara.a.nz
Dr. Ashley Hall
01:42:47
Haha I didnt even know my hand was up, what does that mean? Ha
Chetachi Egwu
01:43:37
Journalism folks - check with orgs like the National Association of Black Journalists (NABJ) nabj.org or resources. Also, check out the conference they have every year. Being there can make you aware of the conversations around journalism and blackness.
Chetachi Egwu
01:43:47
*for resources
Margaret Ritsch
01:44:03
I’m happy to set up a Zoom for this Friday for all who are interested in exploring activism PR in the classroom. I’m thinking 11 a.m. CT ….
Rebecca Haggerty
01:44:04
Thank you for creating this. I need to get on another Zoom.
Rosemary
01:45:05
I have to jump off to another ZOOM meeting, as well...thank you so much for bringing us together.
Alice Rae-Flick
01:45:30
I need to get going too. Thank you.
Laura Castaneda
01:45:40
Thank you all for organizing this forum and all the resources.
Margaret Ritsch
01:45:45
Thanks so much for this discussion! Headed out to a City Council meeting ….
Amanda Sturgill
01:46:16
I have to run. Thank you all very much - I got some great ideas, and I appreciate you.
Kim Zarkin (she/her/hers)
01:46:34
Thank you for clarifying that Maha - I agree 100%. I framed it clumsily.
Lance Lippert
01:46:40
This has been very enlightening. Thank you very much.
Stacy Scholder
01:46:47
Thank you, everyone, for sharing. I appreciate this opportunity.
Dr. Ashley Hall
01:47:18
Agree, just be mindful to not tokenize Black scholars and scholars of color. Genuine engagement and simply citing a lost of these scholars are not the same. This also applies to syllabi.
Dr. Ashley Hall
01:47:29
list*
Maha Bali
01:47:37
i am so sorry
Maha Bali
01:48:11
https://unboundeq.creativitycourse.org
Julia Largent
01:48:22
Thank you everyone for sharing! I’m looking forward to engaging in this more.
Maha Bali
01:48:25
Equity Unbound open curriculum above
JD Boyle
01:48:54
https://www.beaweb.org/wp/wp-content/uploads/2020/06/Educational-Resource-List.pdf
Jasmine Roberts
01:49:03
Thanks everyone!
nnekalogan
01:49:04
Thank you to everyone who organized and participated in this really meaningful dialogue! Looking forward to next steps!
Denise McGill
01:49:09
Thank you all!
Hilary Fussell Sisco
01:49:15
Thank you to all that shared!
Chetachi Egwu
01:49:20
Thanks for this forum!
Brian Steffen
01:49:20
Thanks to everyone! I hope we can do this again sometime soon.
Jennifer Harker
01:49:22
Thank you for hosting and sharing. So appreciated!
Natalie Tindall
01:49:23
Thank you all for having the conversation. I’m glad to be here.
david.staton
01:49:27
Thanks everyone.
Dave Madsen
01:49:27
Thanks!
Jessica Hughes
01:49:28
Thank you for organizing and thanks for everyone for sharing! Take care, all.
Jamie Newmeyer
01:49:29
Thank you
Sally Ann Cruikshank
01:49:29
Thank you, Everyone!
Kim Hart Macneill
01:49:29
Thank you for hosting.
David Crider
01:49:30
Thank you, everyone! I’m grateful to all of you for sharing your thoughts and resources.
H.D. Motyl
01:49:30
This is wonderful. All of it. Thank you, all for making this happen. All be strong!
Marina Hendricks
01:49:31
Thank you.
Dr. Pat Sanders
01:49:31
Thanks everyone!
Rebecca Bagley
01:49:32
Thank you all for this!
Marty Shafer
01:49:32
Thank you, everyone! Would love to join again.
Jenn Billinson
01:49:33
Thank you so much!
Kendra Knight
01:49:36
thank you everyone!
Vic Costello
01:49:36
Thank you everyone!
Ralph Beliveau
01:49:41
Kim, Thanks to you and Jennifer.
Kyle.J.Miller@usd.edu
01:49:41
Thank you all so much!
Mitzi Lewis
01:49:45
Thank you very much everyone!
Carey Higgins-Dobney
01:49:45
Thank you. This was excellent.
George Daniels
01:49:45
Thank you Jennifer and Kim! Excellent session today.
Katie Place
01:49:50
Thanks so much for this call.
N Triche
01:49:51
Could the links that have been shared on the chat be shared via email?
chandra.clark@ua.edu
01:49:53
Thank you! Great job! Good conversations!
Gary Swanson
01:49:54
Thank you for the opportunity to participate. Excellent information shared!
david.staton
01:49:59
Recording available???
Robert Nason
01:50:01
Thank you for this great meeting!!!
Andrew David
01:50:13
Thanks everyone - appreciate all the insights - thanks to BEA for hosting and the chairing was great.
Brigitta's iPhone
01:50:15
Thank you!
JD Boyle
01:50:19
We will post the recording and resource list on our main website
Heather Birks
01:50:23
Right after this Kim and I are talking about scheduling the next conversation.
Terry Manning
01:50:31
Thank you, JD
Kyle.J.Miller@usd.edu
01:50:37
Thanks JD, Heather and Kim!
Leigh Wright
01:51:09
This is fantastic. So happy that BEA and Kim and crew put this on.
Andrew David
01:51:15
Bye for now from Andrew and Deb!
Redelia Shaw
01:51:23
Thank you Kim.
Maha Bali
01:51:26
i will stay a bit, thanks Kim
Tony DeMars
01:51:55
Thanks to Kim and Jenn and others for taking the lead on this important conversation.
Kyle.J.Miller@usd.edu
01:51:55
I’ll say a while, too!
Katherine Irwin
01:54:42
Kim, I would like to speak.
Dave Madsen
01:55:18
This is so much more than just a journalism/mass com issue, obviously. I want to share the link to this discussion with our entire faculty...only about 80 faculty at a small, private liberal arts college.
Kim Fox
01:55:45
Yes, Dave. Pls share this with your colleagues.
Stacey Irwin
01:56:03
Hi. Jasmine. I am happy to brainstorm with you. I have done some work on problems with ableist language. My daughter has a chronic illness. stacey.irwin@millersville
Jasmine Gray
01:56:28
Thank you! Will reach out Stacey.
Keonte.Coleman@mtsu.edu
01:56:41
Thank you BEA for this great session! Good to see you Jennifer!
Jennifer Meadows
01:57:14
Hi Keonte!
Ralph Beliveau
01:57:50
Hi. Wanted to share this also:Where Is The Justice? - Akilah Hughes on What A Day PodcastMay 27, 2020Akilah shares her thoughts on George Floyd and Amy Cooper on Crooked Media's What A Day Podcast on May 27, 2020.https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=06Hc6A-RZJU
Dave Madsen
01:58:58
Thanks. Bye for now.
Sally Ann Cruikshank
02:00:12
@Jasmine I include this resource in my framing lecture: https://ncdj.org/resources/resources-for-journalists-with-disabilities/
Maha Bali
02:01:02
i was expecting the tiara when i saw the pearls, Kim!
Maha Bali
02:01:11
in zoom u can save the chat easily
Maha Bali
02:01:19
plz do. many resources
Maha Bali
02:02:00
i have a question
Maha Bali
02:05:15
right. let the students bring it up
Maha Bali
02:05:21
but again can cause trauma to a few
Maha Bali
02:05:43
like they once wanted to talk about suicide and i had multiple studenta who suffer from depression
Redelia Shaw
02:06:03
Very good clip from John WIneland https://www.instagram.com/p/CAt3Z8HgvPV/
Jasmine Gray
02:06:18
Consent is key.
Maha Bali
02:06:40
yes perhaps not do it alone! right
Maha Bali
02:06:45
easier now even to do that
Jasmine Gray
02:06:48
Students should have a choice if and to what extent they want to engage. Especially Black students.
Jennifer Meadows
02:07:11
good point Jasmine
Natalie Tindall
02:09:18
It’s good to see/hear another person from Florida, especially Volusia County, @Redelia Shaw.
bbcraig
02:10:17
Same here Redelia Shaw. In a small town in Ohio that hated him. I so feel you! How do we deal with the Trauma?
Ralph Beliveau
02:10:20
99 years since Tulsa
Maha Bali
02:12:10
wow
Stacey Irwin
02:13:26
Thank you Redelia.
Maha Bali
02:13:34
thank you Redelia
Jasmine Gray
02:13:55
Thank you for sharing
Ralph Beliveau
02:14:00
I’m sorry for your pain and trauma. Your witness is critical. Thanks for sharing this.
Kim Fox
02:14:08
Thx. Redelia for sharing your story and so much in terms of historical references.
Kyle.J.Miller@usd.edu
02:14:35
Redelia, thank you so much for sharing.
Katherine Irwin
02:14:58
Thank you Redelia for your beautiful testimony. More on Bryan Stevenson's efforts and the Equal Justice Initiative: https://eji.org/ for service learning and civic engagement ideas.
Jennifer Meadows
02:15:05
I hear you. Thank you
Maha Bali
02:17:08
many ppl won't get fulltime jobs for their activism online or i person
Maha Bali
02:21:01
oh wow!!!!
Maha Bali
02:21:10
that's racist not just microaggression
Kyle.J.Miller@usd.edu
02:21:18
That’s awful and unacceptable.
bbcraig
02:23:05
Dr. Pat Sanders!! Thank YOU!!
Jennifer Meadows
02:23:13
thank you Pat
Kim Fox
02:23:29
Thank you Pat!
Maha Bali
02:24:06
thank you Pat
Maha Bali
02:24:26
thank you Ngozi
Dr. Pat Sanders
02:25:03
;-) Thank you, all.
Maha Bali
02:26:23
yesssss
Maha Bali
02:26:39
we cannot be silent re social injustice
Maha Bali
02:28:43
agree Ngozi. thank you
Jennifer Meadows
02:28:53
thank you Ngozi
Maha Bali
02:28:54
i have to go to my kid now... but thank you Kim and all
Maha Bali
02:29:00
kim, r u in Cairo or US?
Maha Bali
02:29:08
just wondering if i can call u over weekend
Maha Bali
02:29:16
ok hugs
Maha Bali
02:29:27
will call u. xoxo. right. gotcha!!
bbcraig
02:29:31
Thank you everyone for this!!
Maha Bali
02:29:34
bye everyone
Kathleen Skillicorn
02:30:03
Thank you, Ngozi, and for everyone else in this pop-up. My first time doing a BEA pop-up, and am thankful for it.
Kim Fox
02:30:41
Thx Ngozi.
Ralph Beliveau
02:30:51
This was a moving conversation. Thanks for your openness and honesty.
Kathleen Skillicorn
02:31:47
I see this is recorded. Will it be available on the BEA website later? I came in late, not realizing it was ET rather than PST.
Jennifer Meadows
02:32:02
Yes Kathleen
Kim Fox
02:32:07
Kathleen. We can share it with you.
Bob Carroll
02:32:26
Thank you all.
Kathleen Skillicorn
02:32:35
Thank you.
Sally Ann Cruikshank
02:32:51
Thank you!