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CEO Reconciliation Virtual Panel Discussion - Speaker view
alexis pugh
36:50
Good Morning Alexis Pugh Steppingstone Scholars
Eva Morrison
37:21
Good morning! Eva Morrison, VP for Education, Gemma Services
Stephanie Shedrick
37:22
Good morning, Stephanie, Public Health Management Corporation
Mae Lee
37:45
Mae Lee @ Olympik tots
Catherine Anderson
38:01
Good morning! Philadelphia Legal Assistance's Medical Legal Community Partnership
Karen E Wheeler
38:05
Karen E Wheeler, Paralegal, Community Legal Services
Jessy Foster
38:14
Good morning, Jessy from PA Health Access Network
SHARON CLINTON
38:24
Good morning all and thank you for joining! Sharon Clinton, Deputy ED Office of Community Empowerment and Opportunity
Michelle Niedermeier
38:53
Michelle Niedermeier, Pennsylvania Integrated Pest Management Program, Penn State University, Philadelphia County Cooperative Extension Office
David Asencio
39:00
Good Morning, David Asencio, Dean of Students from the Community College of Philadelphia here with eight of our students. Thank you for organizing this event.
Eva Morrison
39:27
Good morning all! Rafiq Williams, Principal of Gemma Services-Martin Luther School formerly Silver-Springs Martin Luther School.
Mary Richardson Graham
39:45
Good morning, Mary Richardson Graham, Community Legal Services
Naomi Washington-Leapheart
39:59
Good morning everyone. Rev. Naomi Washington-Leapheart, Director for Faith-Based and Interfaith Affairs, Mayor's Office of Public Engagement
Delicsha Wilds
40:02
Good morning! Delicsha Wilds, Deputy of HR - Division of Aviation
Dion Lerman
40:04
Dion Lerman, Pennsylvania Integrated Pest Management Program. Penn State
Elana Needle
42:01
Morning, Elana Needle, Director, Racial Equity Anchor Collaborative, UnidosUS
Zakiya Carr Johnson
42:06
Good morning everyone, Zakiya Carr Johnson, Founder Odara Solutions. Pleased to see esteemed panelists and community members together for this important dialogue.
State Rep. Chris Rabb
43:05
Rep. Chris Rabb (PA-200), author of the forthcoming state-based reparations bill: https://www.legis.state.pa.us/cfdocs/Legis/CSM/showMemoPublic.cfm?chamber=H&SPick=20190&cosponId=30163 T/IG: @RepRabb
Suja Mathew (she/her/hers)
43:08
Good Morning, All! Suja Mathew, Operations Manager for the Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI) Team under Planning Innovation, at DBHIDS
Kristen Gay
44:32
Good morning everyone - Kristen Gay, President/CEO of Gemma Services
Julia Hinckley
46:31
good morning, Julia Hinckley from the City's Managing Director's Office
Bunrath Math, PCHR
48:32
Good morning everyone
Beth Gonzales
50:44
Hello everyone! Beth Gonzales, Deputy Director, Office of Homeless Services
Dorah Marema
50:46
Good afternoon from Johannesburg, South Africa
MJ (She/Her)
59:48
Hello everyone! Marjorie Joseph (MJ), Executive Director of Houston Coalition Against Hate www.houstonagainsthate.org. Very happy to be hear with everyone. Grateful for the invite Mitch!
Rev. Naomi Washington-Leapheart
01:00:25
this retrospective analysis is SO helpful. thank you!
MJ (She/Her)
01:00:52
*here and yes hear ;)
Dorah Marema
01:02:11
So spot on Sebabatso ๐Ÿ‘Œ๐Ÿ™Œ๐Ÿฝ
Suja Mathew (she/her/hers)
01:03:01
Yes! Government's role in redistributing focus to positionality and relationality versus emotional tone!
Zakiya Carr Johnson
01:04:32
Great analysis on South Africa reconciliation process Sebabatso! I cannot wait for Dr. Gail to address truth and healing!
Solomon Leach
01:07:43
If you have any questions for the panel, please enter them in the chat.
Patricia Way
01:09:07
What was the 3rd "bucket" again?
Nigel Bowe
01:09:33
The Economy was the 3rd buvket
Kristin Schwab
01:10:11
Hereโ€™s all 5: https://www.nationalcollaborative.org/about-us/truth-racial-healing-transformation-trht-enterprise/
Suja Mathew (she/her/hers)
01:10:27
Thanks, Kristin
Eva Morrison
01:11:32
What were buckets 1 and 2 again?
Essence Gaines
01:12:00
Peace. The first one was separation
Michelle Marshall
01:15:17
I would love to hear real strategies to address the "Belief System" when the underpinnings of this country is built and "thrives" from the intrinsic belief of superiority?
Dorah Marema
01:18:09
This is really powerful. Economic power is key. Thank you
MJ (She/Her)
01:18:57
What has been the role of religion/faith in oppression?
Doria Mitchell
01:19:09
What was the 2nd bucket
Mt. Vernon Manor
01:19:38
second bucket was the legal system
Zakiya Carr Johnson
01:19:48
Yes. Speak about the cultural transformation essential for this narrative change.
Doria Mitchell
01:19:53
Thank you
Melissa Weiler Gerber
01:20:16
Not only a deep belief in superiority, but also in meritocracy - Whie folks hold firmly to the belief that they have earned what they have, without being willing to admit that they started at a totally different place than Black people.
Stephanie Shedrick
01:20:21
yes, the cultural aspects of power
Stephanie Shedrick
01:20:53
are really important and help create barriers against poc.
Gary Williams
01:25:15
What are some strategies for having Black people establish consensus on priorities as well as strategies for influencing resource redistribution here in this country.
Michelle Marshall
01:25:38
Thank you for all the shared strategies. I strongly agree with the measurement system. On target!
MJ (She/Her)
01:26:12
Results are key!
Pastor Kelvin Sauls
01:27:11
Appreciate the powerful perspectives being shared. Reconciliation with strategies for social & economic transformation is a pipe dream!
Carniesha Kwashie
01:27:17
Excellent question!
State Rep. Chris Rabb
01:29:26
Love this! Thank you, all!
Christine Daly
01:29:28
Thank you to Mitch for this educational and informative discussion.
MJ (She/Her)
01:29:46
Itโ€™s over? No! Excellent conversation!
Dorah Marema
01:29:48
Thank you Mitch for the invite
Rennie Parker
01:29:52
Thank you Mitch
Heloise Jettison
01:29:52
Thank you very very much!
Annette Silva
01:29:53
Thank you
Dorah Marema
01:29:53
vibrant conversation