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AAHTF Summer Institute Closing Day General Session - Shared screen with speaker view - Recording 2/2
Dr. Andrea Oliver
02:34:36
Wow! That is awesome Dr. Jamison!
Genevieve Rossin
02:41:52
ah yes! the power of preserving our own historic places - building agency!
Dekela Bradley
02:46:56
Wow I’m gaining so much! This awesome Dr. Janson, it takes the generations now to help lead the next generation. Spark the fire today that lights the future
Dr. Tamara Gibson-Alonso
02:50:25
Student Voices | Florida Students United (http://www.fldoe.org/schools/healthy-schools/comprehensive-health-edu.stml) Join the conversation!
Dekela Bradley
02:51:12
Thanks Dr. Gibson-Alonso
Dekela Bradley
02:53:02
πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚
Dekela Bradley
02:53:11
Good Story
Dr. Andrea Oliver
02:53:50
This is an incredibly "woke" perspective you are sharing. Thank you.
Dekela Bradley
02:54:55
THANK YOU, for your openness and willingness to understand the truth and speak out against injustices! This is so necessary in these times! πŸ™ŒπŸΎπŸ™ŒπŸΎπŸ™ŒπŸΎπŸ‘πŸΎπŸ‘πŸΎπŸ‘πŸΎπŸ™πŸ½
Lesley Cox
02:55:16
I am going to need to go back watch this again for some great quotes and perspectives, and pause to jot down some notes to share with others
Jacki Clark
02:56:09
The moral obligation of anti-racism... YES!!!
Nelly Recalde
02:56:09
I am thinking the same thing! @lesleycox
Jared Hancock
02:56:11
This is good for me to hear as a white person. You're echoing a lot of what I'm learning and re-learning as I read "White Fragility." Thanks.
Dr. Andrea Oliver
02:56:25
A "social justice hobbyist" I gotta use that one!
Teresa Paul
02:57:06
Thank you for sharing your learning journey on racial relations. I'm learning my role in all this as a Filipino-American married to a Caucasian man, raising my son in this world.
Dekela Bradley
02:57:11
It’s not enough to NOT be racist; but you must be ANTI-Racist! That’s a gem right there!
Roxy Hall
02:57:47
AMEN! P PEACE MAKER, Instead of just a Peace Keeper! Dr. Jamison you are Amazing! Thank you for your Transparency and work in the effort!
Keturah Somoza
02:57:48
β€œAll lives Matter” argument
Dr. Andrea Oliver
02:58:15
If black lives don't matter, all lives can't
Eboni Russell
02:58:27
Thanks for sharing systemic truth
Cassondra Caesar
02:58:55
Well said @Dr. Andrea Oliver!!!
Virginia Parra
02:59:19
From Virginia Parra - I'm reading the book, White Fragility, which augments everything Dr. Janson speaks about. As a white person, so many want to be part of the process and support the movement and be one of many voices that advocates for equity.
Dekela Bradley
02:59:58
Thanks for sharing the book
Dekela Bradley
03:00:22
πŸ‘πŸΎπŸ‘πŸΎπŸ‘πŸΎπŸ‘πŸΎπŸ‘πŸΎAwesome Job Dr. Janson
Airalisha Sowells
03:00:31
thank you
Nelly Recalde
03:00:56
Thank you, Dr. Janson πŸ™ŒπŸΌπŸ™ŒπŸΌ
Cassondra Caesar
03:01:00
Dr. Andrea Oliver, I would like to follow up with you in private if possible.
Mickey Garrett
03:03:18
to Janson-grew up in Battle Creek-Kalamazoo area so know where you come from
Chris Janson
03:06:12
Thank you all! I hate to miss another opportunity to listen and learn from Rodney Hurst and each of you. If you would like to talk further, please reach out: c.janson@unf.edu. Take care!
Joan Saint-Hilaire
03:06:13
Thank you Dr. Janson
Jacki Clark
03:06:14
I agree with those descriptions of our nation's historical educational experiences.
Dekela Bradley
03:07:19
Amen
Alexandra Thomas
03:07:27
Ashe
Eboni Russell
03:07:52
As an educator, I agree and push back on the systemic teaching
Cassondra Caesar
03:08:50
Wow, Mr. Hurst, Jr. is on point....thank you for being REAL!
Cassondra Caesar
03:09:16
oops Mr. Hurst, Sr.
La-Shanda West Ed.S.
03:09:21
Ashe!
La-Shanda West Ed.S.
03:09:44
Ashe!
Priscilla Baker
03:09:50
Talk about Mr. Hurst
Dr. Tamara Gibson-Alonso
03:11:46
Current Review of Civics Education in Florida (http://www.fldoe.org/civicsreview/). Join the review! Share your perspectives.
Vincent Flournoy
03:13:47
Jewels! Ase!
Alexandra Thomas
03:14:02
Ashe!
Lesley Cox
03:14:08
yep
Cassondra Caesar
03:14:09
Ase!
Dekela Bradley
03:14:28
Go ahead on now, Dr Hurst
Dekela Bradley
03:14:35
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Virginia Parra
03:15:01
I admit my bias against Jefferson. A great middle grades fiction book is Jefferson's Sons. One of my favorites along with Copper Sun.
Airalisha Sowells
03:15:57
how do we teach the correct history, if we ourselves do not know this?
Dr. Andrea Oliver
03:16:02
This is why I do not readily recommend relying on ANY history textbooks. Using primary sources is so much better.
Dekela Bradley
03:16:19
Listen to the 2nd stanza of the Star Spangled Banner
Dekela Bradley
03:16:32
I meant the 3
Avis Esters-Bennett
03:16:38
This oral story telling is awesome. I can listen to Mr. Hurst all day...History is fascinating!!
Dr. Andrea Oliver
03:16:44
That is exactly right
Dekela Bradley
03:16:44
EXACTLY
Cassondra Caesar
03:17:29
Mr. Hurst, Sr. speaks truths, thank you!
Dr. Andrea Oliver
03:17:40
Lies my Teacher Told Me - James Loewen
Avis Esters-Bennett
03:18:19
"Racist in presidential clothing"...….uhhmmm
Dr. Andrea Oliver
03:19:49
They didn't teach us that the Boston Tea Party was a riot.
Airalisha Sowells
03:20:28
how can this be corrected, so that the truth can be taught?
Cassondra Caesar
03:22:38
This country was built on a lie
Dr. Tamara Gibson-Alonso
03:23:47
Current Review of Civics Education in Florida (http://www.fldoe.org/civicsreview/). Join the review! Share your perspectives.
B Davis
03:24:11
It's more important in their minds for our kids to know about ancient European "civilizations" than to teach them about Khemet, Kush or the Mali. These dynasties and empire are actually in our benchmarks and texts but are routinely avoided and erased.
B Davis
03:25:36
I am moving from 7th grade Civics to 8th grade US History. Are there published benchmark clarifications like those available for Civics?
Eboni Russell
03:26:56
I teach the truth in my classroom and make sure that all students understand that there is a difference between what is written and what is true.
Dr. Precious Symonette
03:27:03
Very interesting presentation....Experiences are very important.
Virginia Parra
03:27:21
Is this presentation being recorded? I would love to show it to civics and history classes.
Cassondra Caesar
03:27:32
Thank you @Eboni Russell
Betty Clements
03:28:02
How do we get the curriculum changed????
Avis Esters-Bennett
03:28:08
@Eboni... I do too! But get "pushback" from many
Eboni Russell
03:28:27
Just because it’s in our students curriculum it doesn’t mean that we should teach it. Our students believe what we say (elementary school)
Teresa Paul
03:28:42
There's so much truth NOT being told. Thank you for telling the truth!
Eboni Russell
03:28:45
someone’s phone keeps ringing
Eboni Russell
03:28:55
lol... very distracting
Cassondra Caesar
03:29:16
That's was afraid of @Avis
Teresa Paul
03:29:58
@Betty Clements Yes, my question too.
Cassondra Caesar
03:30:22
@ Avis....oops meant "That's what I was afraid of"
Eboni Russell
03:30:44
@Avis.... I do too! but I continue to push. I was raised in Washington, DC. It was normal for us to learn black history and sing our anthem every day.
Eboni Russell
03:31:24
I want more for our children!
Cassondra Caesar
03:31:36
This is an awesome Black History lesson
Dekela Bradley
03:31:55
Very Informative Mr. Hurst
bobbettemitchell
03:32:12
that is some incredible black history! so many gems
H D
03:32:15
isn't it the standards we need to teach which means use the truth to teach those standards
Priscilla Baker
03:32:19
AWESOME
Eboni Russell
03:32:30
Can you put a link in this chat?
Camille Wilson
03:33:03
www.axhandlesaturday.com
Alexandra Thomas
03:33:04
https://www.axhandlesaturday.com/
Avis Esters-Bennett
03:33:19
As teachers, we want more for our CHILDREN than they do!
H D
03:34:02
thank you Jesus!
Jacki Clark
03:34:11
I can't see the flyer on the desktop version
Veronica Martin
03:35:40
Thanks Mr. Hurst!
Cassondra Caesar
03:35:43
Can Mr. Hurts leave a phone number?
Jared Hancock
03:35:44
It's an honor to listen to you, Mr. Hurst!
Nelly Recalde
03:35:56
Thank you, Mr. Hurst!!
Briana Smith
03:36:11
I'm so honored to be a part of this
Airalisha Sowells
03:36:13
thank you
Dr. Tamara Gibson-Alonso
03:36:53
http://www.rodneyhurst.com/
Jacki Clark
03:36:56
Thank you all for the many jewels!
Patrick Boyko
03:37:02
Incredible!!! Thank You
Uta H. Tomlinson
03:37:30
yes, great insight. thank you.
Cassondra Caesar
03:37:33
@Dr. Tamara....Thank you!
Sasha Bass
03:37:42
Thank you all!!
Veronica Martin
03:39:17
Ase
La-Shanda West Ed.S.
03:40:21
Ashe!!!!!
bobbettemitchell
03:40:44
thank you
Alexandra Thomas
03:43:48
This has been so so awesome!! I feel so empowered to go and do this vital work. So many wonderful speakers that are doing the important work. it has been an honor to share the space with you!!
Jacki Clark
03:43:53
As a teacher without tenure, I will be CAREFULLY pressing for my school and district to begin seeking exemplary status. :D
Angeline Dean
03:44:08
THANK YOU ALL! THIS WAS AMAZING!!!!
Jacki Clark
03:44:15
Thank you all for an amazing three days. It has been life-changing.
Cassondra Caesar
03:44:21
I want to send a BIG Thank You to Ms. Roxy....I haven't met you but you did an excellent job! I plan to take back what I gained for this conference. Thank you, panelist for everything!!
Veronica Martin
03:44:33
Again thanks very much for this wonderful experience.
Barbara Wiley
03:44:38
Thank you!
Patrick Boyko
03:44:59
I will be teaching the TRUE history of this country!
bobbettemitchell
03:45:26
i intend to decorate my classroom so that it looks like the students I teach!
Dr. Bernadette Kelley
03:45:31
https://afroamfl.org/ Please send all lessons and ideas to our website
Sebastian Iturriaga
03:45:33
People's history
Lesley Cox
03:45:38
adding more TRUTH into readings.
Airalisha Sowells
03:45:40
make sure that my students know some of the inventors, artists, and correct history.
Jacki Clark
03:45:44
I am going to spend the rest of the summer revisiting my Biology curriculum and working in as much African American history (and removing falsehoods that I'm learning about) as possible. I already know of a couple of standards where I need to start.
Teresa Paul
03:45:46
As my school has begun Culturally Responsive Teaching, I will continue to embed the cultures reflected in my classroom into the curriculum.
Uta H. Tomlinson
03:46:01
I just revised my pacing guide to infuse African American history standards and will use the information to do better with my CRT
Dr. Bernadette Kelley
03:46:07
Please share on the app and our website https://afroamfl.org/
Veronica Martin
03:46:07
"Did you know......." closing of each class.
Cassondra Caesar
03:46:11
What I intend to do is take it back to my congress woman per what Mr. Hill recommended.
Brittany Young
03:46:15
Uncovering and teaching the TRUTH to my students. I'll be researching and buying books to gain knowledge.
Lesley Cox
03:46:28
adding more knowledge and self knowledge. projects to connect with community and history
Annamarie T
03:46:43
Connections to the Afro-Latino culture in Spanish speaking countries and how it is celebrated and recognized in so many countries. Also, a greater effort to include more Afro-latino figures in our studies. I would also like to learn further about Kara Walker and her work.
Jacki Clark
03:46:43
Roxy, in order to get the CEU points, I have to turn in a printable agenda. Where can I find one?
H D
03:46:45
I plan on researching and reading more so I can truly provide an informed and motivating experience for my students
Dr. Tamara Gibson-Alonso
03:46:56
Next for me: A Social Justice Forum for Students titled "Liberty and Justice for All" coordinated by Student Voices: http://www.fldoe.org/schools/healthy-schools/comprehensive-health-edu.stml
Jessica Davis
03:46:57
I intend to have necessary conversations throughout the year. I will be looking at my curriculum and see where I can include more African American writers throughout the centuries.
Vincent Flournoy
03:47:01
Comparative history lessons, research lessons/assignments on African American History cross curriculum, research and utilize local museum for AA topics and knowledge, plan trip to Black Archives at FAMU
Crystalyn Williams
03:47:05
Shift my social studies curriculum into more project based learning units
Ivanka Crespo
03:47:11
I intend to inform myself of the true history in this country, to look through the pacing guide in all subjects and look up African Americans who have and currently impact our society and relate to that subject
Mickey Garrett
03:47:14
more visuals of black science individuals to show students that there are achievers like them and make available the Hurst books for reading above their normal work. learn history not covered usually
Betty Clements
03:47:25
I am a retired teacher in the state of GA. I intend to prepare lesson plans for 6th and 7th grade History that other teachers can use as they cover different places in our world.
Katie Kiefaber
03:47:42
I will work to get more PD for my whole school, include AA history in EVERY science unit, and create opportunities for students outside of the classroom to advocate for themselves
Genevieve Rossin
03:47:44
I would like to make sure that each of my 9 units of my AP World History course showcases accomplishments of either African civilizations or members of the African diaspora - working with a FB group of fellow WHAP teachers to make sure we keep each other accountable
Narvette K
03:47:50
Personally, educating myself more in the connection between SEL and it's links to history and personal development. As a resource teacher, engaging school leadership in conversation and looking at ways to provide resources to our teachers that can be infused in lesson plans. If provided for them, they’re more likely to implement.
Dr. Tamara Gibson-Alonso
03:47:57
Thank you all for what you do. Let's stay connected. Peace.
Vanessa Lagunas
03:48:06
thank you!!
WENDY BRICE
03:48:11
Thank you for this most informative event. This will be one of the most memorable of all PDs for me. It has empowered me on how I can have a much more engaging experience with my students in my classroom.
Vanessa Lagunas
03:48:30
your come to Jesus talk worked! I had no issues with the surveys today!
Dennis Waters
03:48:32
Thank you to all for all you are being and doing.
Jessica Davis
03:48:32
Thank you to all the all speakers! This was a great experience.
Nelly Recalde
03:48:35
Thank you all!
Teresa Paul
03:48:36
Thank you all for presenting and challenging us to make change.
Nelly Recalde
03:48:49
It was an amazing experience!
Dr. A. Ghansah
03:48:51
I plan to incorporate more ENGAGING African American Studies in my Math lessons/ instructions, not just during the Black History Month in February, but throughout the school year.
M Port
03:48:56
Great Presentations. So grateful I had an opportunity to attend
Bernadette Davis
03:49:03
great PD!! Thank you for everything
Vincent Flournoy
03:49:09
THANK YOU SO MUCH FOR SUCH A POWERFUL PD!!!
Dr. Bernadette Kelley
03:49:21
African American History Task Force has a Facebook, Twitter, and a YouTube channel. Please check us out!
Barbara Wiley
03:49:29
As a retired assistant principal, I intend to share information with our school board president and curriculum department.
Vanessa Lagunas
03:49:49
I intend on making Civics relevant to my students by showing them "their own faces" throughout history and stressing the importance of representation.
Avis Esters-Bennett
03:49:57
THANK YOU!!!!!!
Dr. Precious Symonette
03:50:08
I plan on collaborating more with my colleague who teaches AAH as a course. I feel as the AAH Club Sponsor and her being the AAH teacher, we can host more events and activities using the resources that we have learned about together as a means to serve our student population.
Dr. A. Ghansah
03:50:12
THANK YOU TO ALL THE PANELISTS & SPEAKERS AND ATTENDEES! I AM HONORED TO HAVE BEEN A ART OF THIS SUMMER INSTITUTE AND LOOK FORWARDING TO MANY MORE TO COME, THANK YOY ALL AND GOD BLESS!!
Barbara Wiley
03:50:23
Thank you all so much!
Veronica Martin
03:50:41
A privilege to be apart of this forum. Thank you very much.
Priscilla Baker
03:51:47
From Priscilla Baker. This has been an wonderful and informative conference. May God continue to bless you all.
Dr. Precious Symonette
03:51:52
Thank you so much for the opportunity to "mind melt," learn, and grow with everyone. It's been really awesome. Many blessings to everyone. Stay safe. Sending positivity, peace, and LOVE to everyone.
Uta H. Tomlinson
03:52:09
Beautiful
Narvette K
03:52:14
Ok , I can't type that fast. Will you please share the ABCs w. us? Loving it!
Sebastian Iturriaga
03:52:28
Thank you so much for the opportunity to learn from all of you!
Airalisha Sowells
03:52:35
s and t
Dr. A. Ghansah
03:52:44
GOOD JOB, MS. ROXY HALL FOR FACILITATING THESE WONDERFUL 3 DAY-INSTITUTE!
Uta H. Tomlinson
03:53:07
You need to trademark that, seriously!
Clark Mattison
03:53:10
Wonderful institute! Thank you all so much!
Barbara Wiley
03:53:10
Please share the ABC's with us! I love it!!!
Katie Kiefaber
03:53:29
Thank you for this institute, it was amazing!
Dr. Tamara Gibson-Alonso
03:53:33
Share your ABCs with us, Roxy and Camille! Thank you.
Alexandra Thomas
03:53:36
Ashe! Roxy you are aweome
Cassondra Caesar
03:53:36
Ase!
Jacki Clark
03:53:38
Ashe!!!
Crystalyn Williams
03:53:39
Ashe
Veronica Martin
03:53:40
Ase
Dennis Waters
03:53:40
Again great, Thank you and Ashe,
Uta H. Tomlinson
03:53:43
ASE!
Narvette K
03:53:43
Ashe!
Nelly Recalde
03:53:45
Thank you πŸ™
Ivanka Crespo
03:53:47
Ashe!
Dekela Bradley
03:53:47
ASÉ
Genevieve Rossin
03:53:48
Ase!
Dr. Tara Sanders
03:53:48
Ase
La-Shanda West Ed.S.
03:53:49
Ashe!
Barbara Wiley
03:53:56
ASE'
Mickey Garrett
03:53:57
Roxy was kick-butt
Vincent Flournoy
03:53:57
ASE, I SAY, ASE!!!!
WENDY BRICE
03:54:00
Ashe!
Dr. A. Ghansah
03:54:12
AMEN TO THAT, DR. KELLEY!!
Dr. Andrea Oliver
03:54:17
SOOO PROUD OF YOU!
Ellen Morris
03:54:18
Please share the ABCs. Thank you to all put this together.
Vanessa Lagunas
03:54:19
πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘ THANK YOU
Teresa Paul
03:54:20
Ase! Thank you. It's a tough task to do virtually and you all pulled it off!