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NCIL 2020 Policy Briefing - Shared screen with speaker view
Tim Fuchs
28:12
Done, let me know how it looks!
Angela Ellman
28:37
It looks great and the side by side view is working perfectly.
Tim Fuchs
28:52
Yay! Thank you so much!!! :)
Tim Fuchs
32:35
Our CART writer has lost his connection. We will resume as soon as he is back on.
Tim Fuchs
32:46
Our apologies for the delay!
Brian Peters
33:23
If I'd known there'd be a delay, I would've run and brewed more coffee.
Tim Fuchs
35:55
Finally get the interpreter videos right and the captioner loses internet! 30+ webinars a year and this is the first this has ever happened!
Angela Ellman
36:41
Captions are on now and looking good.
Ann McDaniel
39:50
Thank Kelly Buckland for getting those CARES Act funds!
Tim Fuchs
46:57
Full-screen CART Captioning is available at https://www.streamtext.net/player?event=NCILCONF
Tim Fuchs
56:08
Hi Luke,
Tim Fuchs
56:23
Yes, you should have received the slides in the confirmation email that you received to join the call.
TGregory
01:11:49
What is the "clear overreach" that NCIL refers to below?:June 24, 2019 By theadvocacymonitor Leave a CommentAs many of you have seen by now, ACL has released a document entitled FAQ: Allowable Advocacy Activities (Word). The document is intended to describe how CILs can meet federal requirements under the Rehabilitation Act to conduct advocacy without violating federal laws against lobbying with federal funds. We are currently in the process of reviewing this document, but we have major concerns.Systems advocacy is a core service of Centers for Independent Living, which means CILs are federally mandated to conduct advocacy activities. While understanding what types of advocacy are allowable with federal funds is important, this document demonstrates a clear overreach on the part of ACL. That said, we will not be intimidated, and we will strongly defend the right – and responsibility – of CILs to advocate.We are currently reviewing this document and considering our response, and we will send out additio
Ann McDaniel
01:14:34
The NCIL attorney clearly outlines what the law says as opposed to what the ACL FAQ says - it involves more than I can share here - but watch for the NCIL FAQ which will clarify the over reach.
Ami Hyten
01:15:55
Direct Support Worker
Shaundell Diaz
01:16:06
Is this going to be the same information presented tomorrow?
Tim Fuchs
01:17:08
Hi Shaundell, today is the only Policy Briefing. The original announcement incorrectly listed the presentation date as 7/15, but we sent a correction.
Shaundell Diaz
01:18:00
ok Thanks I was confused on why I had it written down two days in a row
Tim Fuchs
01:18:14
Yes, sorry for the confusion!!
Ami Hyten
01:20:19
Thank you!
Todd Holloway
01:25:35
https://disasterstrategies.org/
Todd Holloway
01:31:57
https://reaadi.com/
Todd Holloway
01:32:27
https://disasterstrategies.org/
Todd Holloway
01:33:33
Films and discussion event 7/16/2020 https://www.workingfilms.org/revisioning-recovery/screenings/
Lindsay Baran
01:49:17
Hi Arielle, If they want a list of topics, yes, you can send them a list of all the topics that are listed on the slide. But you can usually also let them know that you want to talk about several topics related to disability rights, and they will generally connect you with the staffer(s) who works on disability issues.
Brian Peters
01:51:03
Thanks to the interpreters!