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Ready to Protest: Techniques and Strategies for Ensuring an Inclusive Environment and Accessibility for People with Disabilities in Social Justice Activities - Shared screen with speaker view
Heather Rudynski
44:09
Good morning everyone. :)
Mary Alexander
44:40
Good morning, from New Orleans!
John McDermott
44:44
“To activate captions, click on the closed captioning button at the bottom of the meeting screen for caption options. Please note the “full transcript” view is now available as an option. If you are joining via facebook live, you may also need to activate captions by clicking the gear icon at the bottom of the video screen.”
John McDermott
45:16
“One way to see the ASL interpretation is to find the ASL interpreter(s) in the participant list, and then right click and select the “pin video” option for that person. This will allow you to keep the interpretation video front and center during the meeting. The hosts will also “spotlight for everyone” the active ASL interpreter, so it should automatically come to the front, as well. The ASL interpreters will be switching off during the session.”
John McDermott
45:29
“In this meeting, there are two ASL interpreters named “ASL - Audrey Evans,” and “ASL – Krystal Stutts].” Both interpreters are co-hosts, so their names should be near the top of the participant list. To access the participants list, click the “participants” button at the bottom of the meeting screen.”
John McDermott
45:58
“If a speaker begins or ends to share their screen, you may have to re-pin the ASL video each time. During a screen share, make sure that “side-by-side” mode is selected under “view options” prior to pinning the interpreter. To adjust the size of the interpreter’s video compared to the shared screen, mouse over to reveal the line dividing the two screens, and then click and drag that line to the left or right depending on your needs.”
John McDermott
46:09
“During the screen share, all presenter cameras will be off, so that the ASL interpreters are visible on the Facebook live stream. Prior and post the screen share, we invite all presenters to activate cameras, as the multiple spotlight functionality will carry over to Facebook in this circumstance.”
John McDermott
46:17
“If you are having audio difficulties, check that the correct audio input and output are selected by clicking the up arrow/carrot just to the right of the “unmute” button on the bottom left of the meeting screen.”
John McDermott
46:26
If there are issues with the captions in zoom or your prefer to view the captions through an external website, the link is: https://www.streamtext.net/player?event=AACD0225
John McDermott
48:56
Please share in the chat where you are joining from today! Thank you.
Kim Minard
49:09
Phoenix, Arizona
Katie Osabe
49:09
San Diego, CA
Nicki Ott
49:10
Vinton, IA
Audrey Adams
49:11
Sheldon Ia
Erin Abernethy
49:11
Corvallis, OR
Laura Fink
49:14
Las Vegas, NV
Tiffany Opii
49:14
Kentucky
Laura Thompson
49:15
LT from Las Vegas, NV.
Kristy Davis
49:15
Russellville, AR
Tara Sloane
49:18
Edmonds, WA
Nick Lombardi
49:18
Boston MA
Alexandra Lugten
49:18
Long Island, NY
Kelsey Oliver
49:18
Sacramento, CA
Rachel Nemhauser
49:19
Seattle, WA
TC Croone
49:19
Greater Seattle WA area
Nicholas Hatcher
49:20
Raleigh, NC
Barbara Forrest-Ball
49:20
Corvallis, OR
Melissa Shannon
49:21
Cincinnati, Ohio!!
Sheri DeComo
49:21
Pennsylvania
Christa Wilk
49:22
Cleveland, Ohio
Emmanuel Perrodin-Njoku
49:22
Washington, DC
Amy Price
49:23
Columbus, OH
Audrey Adams
49:23
Sheldon, Iowa
Jennifer O'Neill
49:24
Boston, MA
D P
49:24
San Diego, CA
Samantha Koolmees
49:25
Downey, CA
Ellen Hudson
49:26
Lebanon Ohio
April Mohamed
49:26
Nashville, TN
Leslie Payne
49:26
Bowie, MD
Jon Meyers
49:26
Anthem, AZ
Rachel Brown
49:27
Baton Rouge, LA
Michael Pereira
49:27
Oakland, California
Krystle Taylor
49:27
San Diego, CA
Claudia Perez
49:27
Rochester, NY
Poppy Fitch
49:27
Hello from San Diego, CA! Women’s March San Diego in the house!
Imari Sherrie Nuyen Kariotis
49:29
Salton City California
Genevieve Collier
49:34
Greater Seattle!
Daniel Maltzman
49:35
Malden, MA
Samantha Cripe
49:35
Columbia, MO
Aarynn Cypher
49:35
Portland, OR
Melissa Sylvester
49:37
Alabama
Kyla Mundwiller
49:38
Hermann, MO
Molly Cooney
49:39
Madison, WI
Sadie Verville
49:42
Portland, Oregon
Mackenzie Jones
49:42
Montana
Annabel Sharrin
49:44
new york
D P
49:45
(and thank you for the descriptions, speakers!)
Natalie Luna Rose
49:46
Tucson, AZ
Austin Cox
49:48
Lansing, MI
paula collins
49:53
MA
Hershel Jackson
50:00
Hershel Jackson from IL-IA CIL in Rock Island, IL
Mark Crenshaw
50:03
Good afternoon from Atlanta, Georgia!
Cassandra Peel
50:05
Tucson, AZ
Massah Nuni
50:08
Delaware
Maria Pinkelton
50:09
Atlanta, GA
Luz Collazo
50:09
DC
JC Cortez
50:16
Hi from NYC!
Dana Thompson
50:25
Good morning (or afternoon)! Pennsylvania Developmental Disabilities Council
Valerie Perkins
50:27
Hello from Erie, PA!!!
Baiely Anderson
50:28
Iowa City, IA
Mary Alexander
50:38
New Orleans, LA
Michelle Witman
50:49
Hello- from New York!
Laura Land
50:50
Phoenix AZ
Rahel Kebede
50:52
Hello From Kansas
fritz finch
50:59
Tallahassee Florida
Mark McWilliams
51:03
Hello from Lansing, MI
Clint Ryan
51:19
Endwell, New York
Bradley Chang
51:22
Manhattan, NY
LaToya Allen
51:25
Hello from Fort Wayne, Indiana
Deborah Wilcox
51:39
Greetings from Denver Colorado
Monica Bartley
52:04
Greetings from Brooklyn, New Nork
david stewart
52:04
David: Hello from the IL-IA Center for Independent Living in the Quad Cities.
Rahel Kebede
52:06
Will this presentation be recorded and available for later?
Sara Payo
52:09
Pittsburgh, PA
Sonya Stepacheva
52:22
San Diego, CA
Tiffany Hobbs-Banks
52:45
Hello from Omaha, NE
Eunice Williams
52:45
Hello, Eunice Williams from Onondaga Community College, Syracuse, New York
Jeffrey Javier
52:53
Rahel. A recording of the presentation will be made available.
Kate Ervin
53:06
Greetings from Tucson, AZ
Celia Alexander
53:37
Good Morning Everyone, from Baton Rouge, LA.
Tasha C
53:37
will the presentation will be e-mailed to us?
Chelsea Naylor
53:55
Bedford, MA
Jeffrey Javier
54:01
Tasha. The presentation will be emailed to registrants and participants.
Tasha C
54:22
When? Pls let me know. I appreciate!
Tasha C
54:38
Philly is here!
John McDermott
54:41
Today's slide deck - https://tinyl.io/3an3
Bonnie Richardson
55:58
Hello from Chicago, IL…I’m a settler on land belonging to the Kiikaapoi (Kickapoo); Peoria; Bodéwadmiakiwen (Potawatomi), Miami; and Očeti Šakówiŋ (Sioux) indigenous peoples.
Olivia Babis
59:34
Hi from Tallahassee, FL
Poppy Fitch
01:03:24
Presenters, Women’s March San Diego is representing here today! Our virtual event this year included captioning and ASL interpreters and increasing our attention to accessible social media. We have provided interpreters in San Diego since year 1 - 2017! Thank you for including this example of growth and learning around our intersectional identities! In deep appreciation and gratitude for this session!
Deborah Wilcox
01:03:41
Network info Deborah Wilcox, PhD
Keri Gray
01:03:46
We encourage folks to join the conversation and live tweet your thoughts/knowledge through #BlackDEHEM and #BlackDEHEMConference!
Phillandra Smith
01:05:13
Can someone share the facebook link so I can share this on facebook?
John McDermott
01:05:32
If you feel like this information would be valuable for another person, please share the video in Facebook - @AfricanAmericanConferenceOnDisabilities
Poppy Fitch
01:05:34
https://fb.watch/3TBAjb9Vqs/
Deborah Wilcox
01:06:17
Networking - Deborah Wilcox, PhD, MPA, CEO - Confluency Consultants and Associates; Multicultural Organizational Development/ Health and Wellness Coaching/ confluency@sbcglobal.net
Lisa Watts
01:06:46
Avondale Arizona
Tiffany Hobbs-Banks
01:07:37
👏🏽👏🏽👏🏽👏🏽 Thank you!
Olivia Babis
01:08:07
Yess!!!
Natalie Luna Rose
01:08:29
To post on social media about today’s session, please use #AACD2021. Thank you!
Syreeta Nolan
01:09:51
Keri Grey is live tweeting this session on @DisInHigherEd! Feel free to join us
Imani Bishop
01:10:12
Thank you for making this connection to ableism to racism!! And yes it makes it easier to assign or determine people's "worth" to society which is absolutely problematic.
Poppy Fitch
01:12:23
@DisInHigherEd
Poppy Fitch
01:12:37
#AACD2021
Erin Abernethy
01:13:41
+++++++
Syreeta Nolan
01:13:41
Yes!
Chloe Shearer
01:13:42
YES
Eliot Carter
01:13:43
Yes!!
Clint Ryan
01:13:43
yup
Nicki Ott
01:13:43
YESSSSSS
Tasha C
01:13:43
YES!!!!
Genevieve Collier
01:13:43
Yes!
Bianca Demara
01:13:43
YES!!
Alison Whyte
01:13:43
yasssss
Theresa Tran
01:13:45
I love stacey!!
valerie lewis
01:13:45
yes
Erica McFadden
01:13:45
YES
Krystle Taylor
01:13:45
Yes!
Justin Christopher
01:13:45
Georgia :)
Kristen Acosta
01:13:45
YES
Rachel Nemhauser
01:13:45
YESSS'
Tiffany Opii
01:13:45
yes
fritz finch
01:13:45
Georgia representative
Felicia Spiess
01:13:45
yup!!!
Michelle Witman
01:13:47
YYYYY
Mark Crenshaw
01:13:47
YES!
Sadie Verville
01:13:47
yes!!
Chelsea Naylor
01:13:48
Of course
Phillandra Smith
01:13:48
yes
Tasha C
01:13:48
love her!!!
Aarynn Cypher
01:13:49
yes
Bridgett Graham
01:13:49
yes
Steve Spillane, PhD
01:13:50
yes...she's a hero
Johileny Meran
01:13:50
yes
Poppy Fitch
01:13:51
YES! SA!
Natalie Luna Rose
01:13:52
yes
TC Croone
01:13:52
She's AMAZING
Martha Cocchiarella
01:13:53
Yes!
Melissa Machac
01:13:55
a treasure
Maria Pinkelton
01:13:57
yes!
LaToya Allen
01:13:58
yes
Celia Alexander
01:14:01
Shero!
JC Cortez
01:14:01
LOVE
Imari Sherrie Nuyen Kariotis
01:14:10
Networking - Imari S. Nuyen-Kariotis Board Member at Disability Rights California; CEO of Disability Integration Solutions/ Disaster Specialist, EqUUal Access leadership, and a member of the Steering Committee for DRUUMM-Diverse Revolutionary Unitarian Universalist Multicultural Ministries imarikariotis@gmail.com
paula collins
01:15:08
great point
Martha Cocchiarella
01:15:36
Excellent highlight! Thank you
Tiffany Hobbs-Banks
01:21:08
This is EXCELLENT information! Thank you 🙏🏽!
D P
01:25:39
This is really wonderful info! Thank you!!! (And I'd love a copy of the powerpoints if the speakers are willing to share - such great info!)
JC Cortez
01:25:48
Same here!
JC Cortez
01:25:57
Where can we find the recording?
JC Cortez
01:26:02
Will it remain on facebook?
Annabel Sharrin
01:26:11
i want to share this with my college class. where will we find the recording?
John McDermott
01:26:14
Today's slide deck - https://tinyl.io/3an3
Deborah Wilcox
01:26:27
The Center for African American Health, Denver, Colorado is hosting a Conference starting on Friday into Saturday (Feb. 26-27); lots of presentations and workshops. It is Free and Open to the Public. Registration On-Line Registration On-Line @ whova.com/web/cbhs_202102 please pass this on to others.
Tasha C
01:26:41
When we get the recording, will all the slides be included too? Pls let me know.
Nicki Ott
01:26:48
Google Drive is blocked by my organization so I am unable to access the link
Michael Pereira
01:27:10
this was in the chat...Today's slide deck - https://tinyl.io/3an3
D P
01:28:37
Perfect! TY, Michael. (I was only listening bc I was dealing with a screaming cat. #covid #workfromhomeproblems LOL)
JC Cortez
01:28:43
Thanks so much, Ms Wilcox!
Natalie Luna Rose
01:29:51
Today’s presentation can be emailed and will also also be on the ACDL website after the conference is over. The recording will be also on the @AfricanAmericanConferenceOnDisabilities
david stewart
01:30:29
would love the power point: david@iicil.com
Syreeta Nolan
01:30:41
https://tinyl.io/3an3
Imari Sherrie Nuyen Kariotis
01:30:46
https://tinyl.io/3an3Slide deck
Syreeta Nolan
01:31:58
#DisInHigherEd :)
Tiffany Hobbs-Banks
01:32:09
Thank you Ms. Luna and Ms. Wilcox for the information
Imari Sherrie Nuyen Kariotis
01:32:35
I would love to share this for the BBIPOC DRUUMM Village gathering we are doing in June virtually who would I speak to about this?
Syreeta Nolan
01:33:38
Do you feel that Hootsuite is more accessible than Tweetdeck?
Deborah Wilcox
01:34:24
Send me the link to the BBIPOC DRUUMM Village gathering. Email: confluency@sbcglobal.net
Imari Sherrie Nuyen Kariotis
01:34:39
Thank you I will
John McDermott
01:36:00
Alternative Dropbox link for today's slide deck - https://tinyurl.com/vv52a674
Lakshmi Kadambi
01:40:14
Newton, MA
Keri Gray
01:40:25
Just a reminder, we encourage folks to join the conversation and live tweet your thoughts/knowledge through #AACD2021 #BlackDEHEM and #BlackDEHEMConference!
valerie lewis
01:40:53
where can you get more information on how to utilize social media and what hashtags and @ symbols
paula collins
01:41:56
cool!
valerie lewis
01:42:04
great!
Jeffrey Javier
01:42:04
W3C Accessibility Standards Overviewhttps://www.w3.org/WAI/standards-guidelines/
Jeffrey Javier
01:42:29
University of Rochester Social Media Guide:https://www.rochester.edu/social/guide/index.html
Linda Wolford
01:42:36
Is there a way to get the PowerPoint so we can get the links that are in it?
John McDermott
01:42:55
Alternative Dropbox link for today's slide deck - https://tinyurl.com/vv52a674
Jeffrey Javier
01:42:57
Rooted in Rightshttps://rootedinrights.org/
June Klein-Bacon
01:43:21
is there a link to the rooted in rights accessibility guide?
John McDermott
01:43:30
Google Drive - Today's slide deck - https://tinyl.io/3an3
Jeffrey Javier
01:43:33
Rooted in Rights Accessibility Guidehttps://rootedinrights.org/about/about/accessibility/
Emma (she/hers)
01:44:46
Thank you so much!
Lauren Baker
01:44:56
Thank you, wonderful information!
Annabel Sharrin
01:44:57
thank you!
Poppy Fitch
01:44:59
Presenters, this session was fire! Thank you so much!!
Ashley Dizel
01:45:01
Thank you so very much! This has been wonderful!
Allison Taylor
01:45:03
Thank you! Amazing to hear from Imani Barbarin, the expert on online activism!
paula collins
01:45:04
great session
Syreeta Nolan
01:45:06
Imani, what factors do you feel have led to some justice movements not using an intersectional approach including disability? I have felt excluded by the BSU on my campus and I don’t tend to engage anymore with them
Erin Abernethy
01:45:09
Thank you!!!!!!!!!!!
Bridgett Graham
01:45:13
This was very informative!
Heather Rudynski
01:45:15
This was immensely helpful. Thank you
Annabel Sharrin
01:45:15
i got to get to class so I have to hop off
Syreeta Nolan
01:45:23
So much fire!!!
Martha Cocchiarella
01:45:26
Thank you for all of the strategies presented.
Meleaha Glapion
01:45:54
Thank you! Wonderful session! 🔥
Steve Spillane, PhD
01:46:01
Wonderful ..Creative and Intelligent
Felicia Spiess
01:46:03
This may have been shown already. I would love a transcript. the presenters' words added so much to the text. Thanks.
Deborah Wilcox
01:46:12
Authentic Inclusiveness is CO-CREATION it is not just inviting people to the party of dominance.
Amy Papacek
01:46:17
Thank you for a great webinar!
Leslie Payne
01:46:29
thank you for a great webinar!!
Vanessa Dicarlo
01:46:53
YES!
Sadie Verville
01:47:24
are there colors that should be avoided when creating content on social media for screen readers?
Cassandra Peel
01:47:31
Thank you for allowing us to be part of this incredible space. I definitely am making the connection with COVID-19 long-haulers and disability.
Jeffrey Javier
01:47:54
Felicia. You can download the Transcript by clicking the Live Transcript button and clicking View Full Transcript
Jeffrey Javier
01:49:39
Here are the links shared during the presentation:W3C Accessibility Standards Overviewhttps://www.w3.org/WAI/standards-guidelines/University of Rochester Social Media Guide:https://www.rochester.edu/social/guide/index.html
Jeffrey Javier
01:50:00
Rooted in Rights Accessibility Guidehttps://rootedinrights.org/about/about/accessibility/
Natalie Luna Rose
01:50:28
Please fill out the survey link for todays session: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/MHNK8DJ
John McDermott
01:51:04
To register for the last AACD session - https://mailchi.mp/azdisabilitylaw.org/aacd-virtual-conf
John McDermott
01:51:32
Alternative Dropbox link for today's slide deck - https://tinyurl.com/vv52a674Google Drive - Today's slide deck - https://tinyl.io/3an3
Natalie Luna Rose
01:52:05
nlunarose@azdisabilitylaw.org
Erin Abernethy
01:52:07
Where will this recording be posted?
valerie lewis
01:52:09
is there a monthly meeting to discuss these types of issues
deanna zuppan
01:52:20
thank you SO much! Great presentation!
Felicia Spiess
01:52:38
Wonderful. Thank you. This has been so informative.
Tiffany Hobbs-Banks
01:52:45
Thank you, thank you, thank you!!!!!
Skye X
01:52:47
Many website platforms like wordpress, drupal, etc. have pre-configured blocks of code for accessibility (plugins, etc.) that are freely shared within the tech community
Natalie Luna Rose
01:52:49
To check contrast: https://webaim.org/resources/contrastchecker/
Syreeta Nolan
01:53:28
Feel free to join @DisInHigherEd as we are always open to discuss these issues in higher ed, we are holding Black Disabled Empowerment in Higher Education Month through the month of February.
valerie lewis
01:53:31
thank you so much great information
Valerie Perkins
01:54:25
How would I introduce/advocate for inclusion in the agency where I work? I work for a Center for Independent Living.
Syreeta Nolan
01:54:31
Is there any advice you have for new disability advocates?
Trylonda whytus
01:54:45
Imani, may I get your contact information to possibly discuss you speaking at my employer?
brittanie Wilson
01:54:46
how did you get started in advocacy? do you have any tips to get started?
valerie lewis
01:55:04
yes new student disability and veteran advocates
Natalie Luna Rose
01:55:32
University of Michigan survey: Link to survey: https://sardiprogram.com/DeafPregnancyOutcomes/English Twitter/Facebook text: We want to learn how we can make health care better for Deaf and Hard of Hearing women. If you’re a Deaf or Hard of Hearing (DHH) woman who has given birth in the last 10 years, please take our survey! https://sardiprogram.com/DeafPregnancyOutcomes/
Syreeta Nolan
01:55:49
Definitely and especially disabled people living at intersections beginning to advocate
Valerie Perkins
01:56:00
TY, Sey! Great suggestions.
Trylonda whytus
01:56:23
Trylonda.whytus@iowa.gov
John McDermott
01:56:25
From earlier in the chat - The Center for African American Health, Denver, Colorado is hosting a Conference starting on Friday into Saturday (Feb. 26-27); lots of presentations and workshops. It is Free and Open to the Public. Registration On-Line Registration On-Line @ whova.com/web/cbhs_202102 please pass this on to others.
Valerie Perkins
01:57:42
Is there a printout of the disparities in disability services for people of color that could be used to help facilitate open discussion?
paula collins
01:57:47
you start by following your passion and starting small to affect change in your part of the world
Laura Fink
01:58:52
@ Valerie Perkins - National Deaf Center has reports on those who self-identified as d/Deaf
Sara Payo
01:59:30
https://www.disabilitystatistics.org/
Sara Payo
01:59:32
https://www.disabled-world.com/disability/statistics/
Valerie Perkins
01:59:43
TY both!
valerie lewis
01:59:52
Thank you so much for this conference - great reference points and information
Deborah Wilcox
01:59:59
FYI The Center for African American Health, Denver, Colorado is hosting a Conference starting on Friday into Saturday (Feb. 26-27); lots of presentations and workshops. It is Free and Open to the Public. Registration On-Line Registration On-Line @ whova.com/web/cbhs_202102 please pass this on to others.
Emily Costello
02:00:01
Thank you for a wonderful presentation!
Steve Repanich
02:00:13
thanks for the info!
Syreeta Nolan
02:00:17
What advocate work are you most passionate about right now?
Skye X
02:00:18
Any resources for people of all abilities who feel they were not included or put into danger?
valerie lewis
02:00:20
lol
Vanessa Dicarlo
02:00:28
Thank you! I’m such a fan, this was so amazing❤️
fritz finch
02:00:39
continue being loud!!
Carol Tyson
02:00:51
Thank you both so much!
Skye X
02:00:53
Big thank you to the ASL interpreters!!
Imari Sherrie Nuyen Kariotis
02:00:58
Than you all for this <3
Katie Osabe
02:01:01
Thank you for the presentation!
Michael Pereira
02:01:17
https://disabilityhealth.jhu.edu/vaccine/
K B
02:01:24
What is the primary resource for workforce and employment trajectory trends for people with Disabilities?
Syreeta Nolan
02:01:28
How do you how hope that COVID-19 can be a catalyst of positive impact in advocacy around disability?
Steve Repanich
02:01:28
totally agree
Michael Pereira
02:01:45
please see the link above from Johns Hopkins- related to Vaccination Eligibility
Amelia Dickerson
02:01:46
Also people who are homeless, low income, depend on public transportation.
deanna zuppan
02:01:52
how do we follow you guys on Instagram?
fritz finch
02:01:57
GO SDM
Valerie Perkins
02:02:01
AWESOME presentation! thank you all!
Vanessa Dicarlo
02:02:14
YES SDM!
valerie lewis
02:02:19
who is doing work or where can we go - Zoom is notorious for not being able to read
fritz finch
02:02:25
Florida has a SDM Bill moving too!!!
Olivia Babis
02:02:25
we have an SDM bill this session too!
Jon Meyers
02:02:26
Nice job, Sey!
Skye X
02:02:32
We went to a recent NIH online event that made some “questionable decisions” on a11y aspects like instructing ASL interpret to not sign to avoid “crowding the screen” (their excuse) and captioner to not caption during certain portions. We suggested they attend this conference event to learn how it is done!
valerie lewis
02:02:33
great!
Imani Barbarin
02:03:22
Imanis social— IG: Crutches_and_Spice; TT: Crutches_and_spice; TW: Imani_Barbarin
K B
02:03:38
What is the primary resource for workforce and employment trajectory trends for people with Disabilities?
Trylonda whytus
02:04:14
Vocational rehabilitation Services
Poppy Fitch
02:04:29
@K B excellent question - thank yoU!
James Hinckley-Wade
02:06:11
thanks so much for everything James AzSILC
Sheena Bassett
02:06:13
https://researchondisability.org/home/ntide
Sheena Bassett
02:06:24
workforce involvement and employment stats
Steve Repanich
02:07:30
unfortunately most people have a short memory in this electronic culture
John McDermott
02:07:41
Please fill out the survey link for todays session: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/MHNK8DJ
valerie lewis
02:07:49
can we save this chat
John McDermott
02:08:03
Save Chat by clicking on the three ellipses (…) at the bottom of the chat.
Aaron Picus
02:08:10
Bureau of labor statistics?
Deborah Wilcox
02:08:11
Will missed sessions from this conference be available?
Laura Land
02:08:19
Same thing with churches who refused to provide online and now so many churches do it.
John McDermott
02:08:46
To register for the last AACD session - https://mailchi.mp/azdisabilitylaw.org/aacd-virtual-conf
Felicia Spiess
02:08:59
Thank you!
Cheryl CumingsCumings
02:09:11
Thank you.
Imari Sherrie Nuyen Kariotis
02:09:14
Thank you
Audrey Adams
02:09:25
Thank you
Sadie Verville
02:09:32
thank you!
Jennifer Hjerleid
02:09:34
Thank you!
Jeffrey Javier
02:09:36
Please fill out the survey link for todays session: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/MHNK8DJ
Sheri DeComo
02:09:36
Thank you!! Wonderful presentation.
Renaldo Fowler
02:09:40
Thank you Imani and Sey. Great session.
Shelly Okure
02:09:45
Thank you.
Carmen Smith
02:10:02
Great session!!
Mark Crenshaw
02:10:03
Thank you so much.
Deborah Wilcox
02:10:06
Much appreciation for sharing!
Steve Repanich
02:10:07
great job!
Cory Adkins
02:10:13
thank you!
Vanessa Dicarlo
02:10:18
Thank you, this is was wonderful.
Poppy Fitch
02:10:27
Are we able to share the session to our YouTube channels from your website?
Carol Tyson
02:10:29
Yes Yes! Thank you to the captioners and interpreters!
Carol Sutherland
02:10:46
Thank you
Imari Sherrie Nuyen Kariotis
02:10:55
Be safe