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HOMEBOUND: Charnaie Gordon (Same, Same, But Different) - Shared screen with speaker view
Jeanne
28:42
Welcome! We’re glad you’re here to see Charnaie Gordon at the Homebound Conference!In the chat, look for the blue bubble that has a dropdown box, and select All Panelists and Attendees so everyone can see your comment.
Jeanne
31:20
Charnaie's website is HereWeeRead website: hereweeread.com
N E
31:22
Hello from Ohio!
Joanna Sinha
31:32
Hello from St. Louis, MO!
Linda Plass
31:32
Hello from SoCal!
Rachel Nystrand
31:34
Rachel in Seattle, WA
Corissa Ruggiero
31:34
Hi from AZ!
Adrienne Elsass
31:35
Hello, from San Diego!
Lori Boles
31:36
Hello from Central California!
Katherine Reich
31:37
Katie from Tucson, AZ
Meg Van Meter
31:37
Hello from St Louis!
Jamie Osborne
31:37
hello from Seattle!
Jeanne
31:38
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Laura Dietrich
31:39
Yay! Hello from San Antonio!
Lauren Bishop
31:42
Hi from Cary NC!
Marlleen Montelongo
31:42
Hello from Austin, TX!
Katharine Hamilton
31:43
Hello from NZ
Mary Hicks
31:44
Hello from Colorado!
Alyson Lombard
31:46
Hello from Rhode Island
Katie Young
31:46
Hi! Katie from Missouri!
katrina knodel
31:47
hello from Alberta Canada
Andrea Anderson
31:49
Hello! Andrea from Gig Harbor WA
Kristen Miller
31:52
Hi, Kristen from Virginia!
Katie Holley
31:54
TN
Laura Bekkala
31:54
Hi from MN
Jennifer Dupuis
31:56
Costa Mesa, CA
Andrea
31:59
Fresno, CA
REBECCA DAMMERS
32:02
Hi from New Jersey!
Anita Nott
32:02
Anita from Oregon
Amanda Finn
32:08
IL!
Molly Knouse
32:14
Maryland:)
Lorraine McHugh
32:26
Ireland
Shaheen Ma
32:36
india
Jeanne
32:36
Replays of conference sessions: https://bravewriter.com/about/homebound/homebound-conferenceThe replays of Homebound Conference sessions will be right on the page where you registered for sessions—once the videos process and the Brave Writer team can get them posted. Replays of last night’s sessions have already been posted.
Jeanne
33:05
Charnaie's website is HereWeeRead website: hereweeread.comFollow Charnaie on Instagram and twitter: @hereweereadCharnaie's Facebook page is Here Wee Read: facebook.com/hereweeread
Jessica Mabrey
33:46
hi from WV.
Katharine Hamilton
37:10
Your hair is beautiful Charnaie
BROOKE WELCH
37:23
Thank you for that minute
DeLaine Ferguson
37:49
Hello from the UK
Jeanne
38:27
In the chat, look for the blue bubble that has a dropdown box, and select All Panelists and Attendees so everyone can see your comment.
Apple Sandefur
39:04
nice thanks now I got it
Laura Dietrich
39:35
Reading as an empathy creator....love it
Amy
39:39
hello from Va!
Cherron Hunyadi
39:47
Thank you Jeanne
Rachel McLean
40:43
Can you share her IG again please?
Jeanne
40:49
Charnaie’s Instagram is an amazing follow. Follow Charnaie on Instagram
Cherron Hunyadi
40:58
Hello from Tehachapi, CA
Megan Oriah
41:03
@hereweeread
Jeanne
41:04
@hereweeread
Rachel McLean
41:16
thank you!
Amanda Giorgianni
41:19
I agree her Instagram is amazing!!!!
Sarah Ochoa
42:35
oh wow!
Megan Oriah
42:46
heck yes!
Rachel McLean
43:19
I am so glad you are here!
Jeanne
44:12
Charnaie is also on Twitter @hereweeread and Charnaie's Facebook page is Here Wee Read: facebook.com/hereweeread
Julie Bogart
47:19
Christine Platt Harriett Tubman
Megan Oriah
47:39
oooh full colour too!
Julie Bogart
47:52
Own voices
Jeanne
48:05
Beautiful artwork and an “own voices” book
Jeanne
48:37
Christine Platt
Jeanne
50:51
Read, experience, and encounter — An “own voices” book is more of an encounter
Megan Oriah
50:52
as a cis-gendered white girl I think it is SO important to read Own Voices. I can tell my kids all I want about the things I’ve heard, but reading them stories from people who the stories directly effect has so much more power and accuracy.
Katharine Hamilton
51:59
Rosie Boom has some great own voice home school novels
DeLaine Ferguson
52:22
Speaking of black hair, "My Hair is a Garden" is an amazing read. An "own voices" book.
Rachel McLean
52:26
its like some one who isn't a parent telling us how to parent. not valid for us because they don't live our life.
Rachel McLean
52:46
I love this book!!
Jeanne
53:04
Corduroy’s main character is Lisa!
Rachel Nystrand
53:35
I've always loved that book and I never took note of the fact that the little girl was black until I was an adoptive Mom and became more aware. <3
Jeanne
53:53
Corduroy is by Don Freeman
Jeanne
55:19
Charnaie worked with her kids to create a project 50 Books for 50 States
Jeanne
57:11
https://www.50states50books.net/
Jessica Mabrey
01:00:31
I’m doing the build your library march through history readathon. it’s been great!
Jeanne
01:01:06
Put your questions in the Q and A folder at the bottom center of your Zoom window
Lindsay Wilson
01:06:08
I read a great quote sometime in the past couple of months about the importance of reading diverse literature that resonated with me. It said something like, reading diverse literature is important for everyone because we can see heroes can look different than ourselves. If anyone knows the quote or where it came from, I would love to know because I can’t seem to find it again.
Jeanne
01:06:09
In the chat, look for the blue bubble that has a dropdown box, and select All Panelists and Attendees so everyone can see your comment.
Jeanne
01:06:26
The book is I Believe I Can by Grace Byers
Jeanne
01:08:47
Charnaie's website is Here Wee Read: hereweeread.com
Farzana Minty
01:11:58
There’s Hidden Figures—Young Reader’s Edition for non-fiction
Carrie Dickinson
01:12:08
Sometimes the empathy builds just by reading the diverse stories and letting the stories and the illustrations do their work
Sarah Ochoa
01:12:24
I agree, Carrie.
Sarah Ochoa
01:12:36
I think that’s the power of choosing these books for our kiddos
Carmen Pauls Orthner
01:13:11
I Am Malala
Carrie Dickinson
01:13:30
Yes, Malala is an excellent read; older students though
Katharine Hamilton
01:13:36
The more we know, the more we realise how little we actually know
Jeanne
01:14:11
https://www.50states50books.net/
Jeanne
01:14:30
Just Like Me
Courtney Williams
01:14:33
I think I Am Malala Jr edition on kindle is free today.
April Dugger
01:14:57
Maya Angelou is my favorite African American poet! And she is a female!!
Jeanne
01:15:13
Reading Just Like Me would be awesome for Poetry Teatime
Christina Oliveri-Ceballos
01:15:21
The author of Just like me please.
Carmen Pauls Orthner
01:15:32
Rick Riordan Presents has a good selection of diverse mythology meets kid protagonists - eg. Cuban, Korean, West African…
Jeanne
01:15:35
Vanessa Brantley Newton
Jeanne
01:15:44
Is the author of Just Like Me
Jeanne
01:16:28
The Day You Begin by Jacqueline Woodson
Jeanne
01:17:14
“There will be times when you walk into a room and no one there is quite like you”
Carmen Pauls Orthner
01:17:57
Your site has a mention of “Say Her Name” which is poetry.
Sarah Ochoa
01:18:42
HURRAY!!!
Sarah Ochoa
01:18:46
Congratulations
Amanda Giorgianni
01:18:51
congrats!!!!!
Apple Sandefur
01:18:52
👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻
N E
01:19:01
Congratulations!!
Jeanne
01:19:10
Frank Murphy wrote A Boy Like You
Jeanne
01:20:05
The book she is co-authoring will be co-published by Sleeping Bear Press
Jeanne
01:20:18
*published
Jeanne
01:20:37
A Friend Like You will be the title
Anita Nott
01:20:41
There is a website called Poems for Kids written by African American poets http://www.rainydaypoems.com/poems-for-kids/poems-for-kids-written-by-african-american-poets
Jeanne
01:21:21
Support local bookstores!
Jeanne
01:21:38
Replays of conference sessions: https://bravewriter.com/about/homebound/homebound-conferenceThe replays of Homebound Conference sessions will be right on the page where you registered for sessions—once the videos process and the Brave Writer team can get them posted. Replays of last night’s sessions have already been posted.Charnaie's website is HereWeeRead website: hereweeread.comFollow Charnaie on Instagram and twitter: @hereweereadCharnaie's Facebook page is Here Wee Read: facebook.com/hereweeread
N E
01:22:01
Thank you so much!
Ellen Fondell
01:22:04
Thanks so much!
Amanda Giorgianni
01:22:15
thank you!!
Lorraine McHugh
01:22:18
thank you!
Apple Sandefur
01:22:23
thank you so much!
star dyal
01:22:25
Thank you
Jeanne
01:22:26
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