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Community Conversation August 3rd - Shared screen with gallery view
Natasha Kothari (she/her), Clark University
13:14
My goals: to listen, to sit with discomfort, and to critically examine my own complicity in racist systems
Jules Bannister, UMass Amherst (she/her)
13:23
My goal for this session is to amplify Black voices without centering myself, and to reflect on how my own actions have contributed to white supremacy culture in my institution and in our field of work.
Jobita Mao (she/her) Salem State Univ.
17:56
My goal is to listen to the voices of my black colleagues amplified, work with them to find ways to best support them to hold our/their peers and supervisors accountable.
Sharonda Dailey (she/her/hers), Wheeler
21:24
White Supremacy Culture: https://www.dismantlingracism.org/uploads/4/3/5/7/43579015/okun_-_white_sup_culture.pdf
Alessandra Mucci-Ramos
48:22
I identify as BIPOC. Latina turning 60 years old. H.S. counselors.
Marissa (She, Her, Hers)
48:32
25 years old , Latina, 3 yrs in the field, yes this is all very familiar.
ADAEZE OGUNEDO
48:59
Very familiar to me.
Cindy Córdova-Boston College she/her/hers
49:00
BIPOC: an acronym that stands for Black, Indigenous, and People of Color.
Natasha Kothari (she/her), Clark University
49:01
29 years old, Asian, 3rd year in the field, and definitely experience this
Alessandra Mucci-Ramos
49:11
People still make fun of my accent. I worked in HS for 17 years.
Nakia Letang
49:15
I identify as BIPOC and have also experienced these things regularly - especially from visitors.
Danielle Wells
49:18
Reading the BlackInCollegeCounsing posts were cathartic-helped me realize I was not along in these experiences
Sebastian Ivory- He, Him, His- Wesleyan U
49:26
25 years old, one year in the profession. Definitely resonates.
Nakia Letang
49:52
(*15 years in)
Donna Walker
49:52
^2 year old BIPOC and these experiences have all happened (save President coming to confront me)
Jobita Mao (she/her) Salem State Univ.
50:18
I identify as a Latina, 6th year in the field and I have experienced manifestations of white supremacy in my education and both my PWI positions.
Edgar Gonzalez|Brown|He/him/his
50:55
27, Latinx, 6 years on the college side, and these experiences really resonate with me. This chart is a roadmap that has lined up with previous institutions I have worked for
Sharonda Dailey (she/her/hers), Wheeler
51:21
https://coco-net.org/problem-woman-colour-nonprofit-organizations/
Adrienne Oddi
51:37
33, filipina/white, yes - this is familiar
Katie Phung, Bryant Univ. (she/her)
51:44
I identify with the BIPOC community, specifically AAPI, and I have also experienced some of these manifestations in my work, etc. - 5 years in the field.