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Lillian Thompson
31:44
good morning!! thanks for the invite
Sherry Adams
32:08
Hey Rodney!
Mark Little
34:31
Good morning, everyone! So excited to see so many people join us from across the southeast and beyond.
Mark Little
35:13
Please be encouraged to type your name, location and affiliation into the chat!
Beverly Parks
35:15
Good morning everyone. I am here on behalf of Sandhills Family Heritage Association, Spring Lake.
Ericka Berg
35:35
Ericka Berg, Conserving Carolina, Hendersonville, NC.
Heather Cotton
35:43
Good morning everyone! City of Marion NC is in the house!
Omari Wilson
35:54
Good morning, and Happy Friday Eve, everyone! IOmari Wilson,
Jesica Blake she/hers
36:15
Jesica Blake, Coastal Land Trust, ENC
Arthur Salido
36:19
Arthur Salido, WithersRavenel, Asheville, hi everyone!
Nayasia Coleman
36:20
Nayasia Coleman, Insight Garden Program, we bring gardens to prisons across the state of California
Kellye Whitaker
36:23
Kellye Whitaker, Program Manager, NCGrowth-SmartUp North Charleston (SC)
Nicole Outlaw
36:25
Nicole Outlaw, Program Manager for NCGrowth-SmartUp tuning in from Bertie County, NC
Omari Wilson
36:34
Good morning, and Happy Friday Eve, everyone! I’m Omari Wilson, Managing Attorney at O. M. Wilson, PLLC in Durham, NC.
Joanna Crispe
36:40
Hello! I'm Joanna Crispe with the Maine Development Foundation.
Becky Bowen
36:40
Becky Bowen, NC State Extension
Michelle Michael
36:41
Good Morning Everyone, Michelle Michael, Town of Wake Forest, NC
Hydeia Hayes
36:41
Good morning, Hydeia Hayes with the City of Bessemer City, HR & City Clerk
Jasmine Getrouw-Moore
36:44
Bringing greetings from Guilford County Schools, Office of Diversity, Equity & Inclusion and the Ad Hoc Committee for African American Disparities for the City of Greensboro!
Mark Little
36:52
Welcome, Nayasia! It's still early in Cali...
Anna Sexton
36:59
Good morning! Anna Sexton, J.M. Teague Engineering & Planning in Waynesville/Asheville, NC.
Jasmin Morrell
37:07
Hi everyone! IJasmin Morrell - writer in Asheville, NC
Ann Savage
37:10
Good Morning! Ann Savage, NC State Tourism Extension
Renee Garner
37:19
I can already tell I won't be able to take notes fast enough. Is this recorded?
Bruce Naegelen
37:20
Hi Everyone! I'm Bruce Naegelen, NC Main Street & Rural Planning, Rural Economic Development Division, NC Department of Commerce
Nayasia Coleman
37:21
@Mark I’m actually working remotely out of North Carolina until this summer!
Rachel Stark
37:21
Hello from Charlotte, NC. Rachel Stark, Charlotte Urban Design Center, City of Charlotte
Pat Kappes
37:32
Good morning! Pat Kappes here with Explore Asheville and the Buncombe County Tourism Development Authority
lillian Thompson
37:44
Good morning! Marla Tambellini with Explore Asheville Convention & Visitors Bureau.
Mark Little
37:47
We are recording the webinar!
George Beatty
37:52
Hello everyone from Navassa, NC.
Chief Styles
37:59
Greetings from Miami, Florida
Bob Howell
38:07
Good morning! Bob Howell -- Southern Pines Land & Housing Trust, Communications Team, Southern Pines, NC
Carolyn Fryberger
38:10
The event is being recorded, the recording will be sent to all registrants and posted online
Renee Garner
38:25
Thank you, Mark and Carolyn!To introduce myself, I'm Renee Garner, Mayor Pro Tem for the Town of Matthews
Susan Amey
38:28
Good morning from Discover Durham!
lillian Thompson
38:33
Greetings from Richmond, VA. Whitney White here with JMI marketing firm. Excited for today's discussion.
Stephanie Key
38:39
Good morning from Pender County Tourism in Burgaw NC
Phillip Jordan
38:41
Good morning, Phillip Jordan with the City of Durham.
Lynn Smith
38:51
Good morning from Asheville, NC (Buncombe County)
Rebecca Brown
39:01
Rebecca Brown, City of Durham Cultural & Public Art Program
Ariel Jones
39:02
Hello, I’m Ariel Jones, an urban planner here in Los Angeles.
Maggie Hirshland
39:03
Maggie Hirshland, Americorps Fellow with Rockland Main Street (through Maine Downtown Center)
Lillian Thompson
39:06
Greetings from the Rocky Mount Renaissance Black Business Matter Initiative.
Sarah Lazure
39:12
Good morning from the Pitt County Arts Council in Greenville, NC
Dorothy Johnson
39:17
Good morning. Dorothy Johnson Currituck, North CarolinaAfrican American Experience of NENC
Tiffany Whitman
39:19
Good Morning From Toledo, Ohio
Lillian Thompson
39:24
rmrenaissance.org
Adrian Atkinson
39:38
Good morning! Adrian Atkinson - Greenville, NC. Launching our African American Cultural Trail soon!
Ashley Scott
39:46
Good morning! Looking forward to hearing from the panelist and learning today as I am place-making in GA and building a community called Freedom. I'm also a Bennett Belle; glad to be here!
Chelsey White
39:57
Good morning from Prince Edward County Office of Economic Development & Tourism in Farmville, Virginia!
Tammy Shepherd
40:07
Good morning, Tammy Shepherd Free Union Legacy Preservation PineyWoods. Martin County NC
George Crozier
40:09
Good Morning. George Crozier. Advisory committee Africatown Heritage Preservation Foundation
Carolyn Fryberger
40:19
If you need to change your display name - hover over the three dots in the upper right corner of your video square and select "rename"
Elijah Davis
40:41
Hello! Elijah Davis from Urban Impact, Birmingham's 4th Avenue and Civil Rights District
Randall Leach
40:42
Good morning, from Randall Leach (BCPC) Black Creatives of Pitt County in Greenville, NC
NICOLA KARESH
40:52
Good morning everyone. Nicola Karesh with Morning Glory Inspirations. I work with our historic Rosenwald community in Transylvania County.
LaToya Eaves
40:54
Good morning, LaToya Eaves, faculty member in Geography at the University of Tennessee (Shelby, NC native).
Breanna Brower
41:28
Good morning all! Breanna Brower with Visit Elizabeth City, the Elizabeth City-Pasquotank County Tourism Development Authority.
lillian Thompson
41:51
Hello all! Lexus Phillips, working as a Cultural Programs Fellow of the Center for Transforming Communities in Memphis, TN. Deep gratitude for this space and the sharing to come!
Carnell Brame
41:52
Good morning. This is Carnell Brame, currently a planner in Dallas, TX. I am a Raleigh native and graduate of East Carolina.
Mark Shelley
42:16
Good Morning! This is Mark Shelley from the National Forest Foundation - Zooming in from Asheville, NC.
Brittany Bennett Weston
42:24
Hi everyone! Brittany Bennett Weston here. I'm a native of Camden, SC currently based in Durham, NC.
Nia Rodgers
42:41
Hello! Nia Rodgers, City of Durham, NC
Lisa Stafford
42:43
Hello from Texas! I am Lisa Stafford, Prairie View A&M University, John B. Coleman Library in Prairie View, Texas. I am the Special Collections Librarian. Additionally, I serve as the Chair of the City of Prairie View Chair of the African American Cultural Heritage Commission. Looking forward to the unlimited possibilities from our collaborative efforts going forward. Thank you.
Spencer Williams
42:46
Good morning all. This is Spencer Williams, Director of Advocacy at the Municipal Art Society of New York
Mark Little
42:46
Nice work, Adrienne!!
Nathaniel Blackford
43:01
Good morning! Nat Blackford. I'm at the Maine Downtown Center now, but I'll be moving down to NC this fall for grad school.
John Tucker
43:02
Good morning everyone, from John Tucker, ECU history professor and president of the Pitt County Historical Society.
Frachele Scott
43:23
Frachele Scott, Pauli Murray Center for History and Social Justice, Durham, NC
K. Wyking Garrett
43:51
Good morning all from K. Wyking Garrett, CEO, Africatown Community Land Trust in Seattle, WA
Claudia Stack
44:02
Hello all, this is Claudia Stack, I have directed several documentaries about historic African American schools in NC and about sharecropping
Love Jones
45:05
Good Morning Everyone! Love Jones, Director of Human Rights--City of Greensboro.
Justin Lewter
45:23
Greetings! Justin Lewter with the East White Oak Community Center, last standing structure of the first African American Mill Village established in 1906.
K. Wyking Garrett
45:38
We actually currently have a placemaking art call out at https://africatownplaza.com/
Sandy Sweitzer
46:37
Morning, Sandy Sweitzer from Durham. Triangle Land Conservancy, who own Horton Grove Preserve next to Stagville Historical site, as well as other nature preserves on former plantations. Want to continue to tell the full story of the lands we conserve and the people who lived and worked on them in the past.
Ariel B. Moreno
47:21
Rise and Shine from sunny Los Angeles, CA! Representing the Los Angeles Department of Transportation.
Tammy Shepherd
47:44
Yes, placekeeping!
Carolyn Fryberger
47:49
Indeed - good morning Ariel! Thanks for joining
Annette Smith
47:51
Annette Smith, Grants and Special Projects for Durham Parks and Recreation
Shekinah Mitchell
48:16
Yes! place-keeping and place-holding
Troi Bachmann
48:22
Troi Bachmann, Director of Field Advocacy for NC REALTORS.
Troi Bachmann
48:35
LOVE the idea of placekeeping and preservation. incredibly important.
Russ Haddad
48:36
Glad we are having this conversation. Perhaps the time has finally arrived to highlight, create and celebrate Black placemaking. It's been a long time coming.
Christina Beatty
48:43
Christina Beatty, Project Coordinator, historic Freedom Center of Oklahoma City; also representing BlackSpace Oklahoma
Courtney Napier
49:28
Good morning! Courtney Napier — writer, journalist and founder of Black Oak Society, a collective of Black creatives in the greater Raleigh/Wake County area. www.blackoaksociety.com
Nikki Carelock
49:43
Nichole Carelock qualitative research Facebook
Ginger Webb
50:57
Good morning! Ginger Webb, Community Engagement Project, McDowell County, NC.
Audrey Whetten Godfrey
51:06
Good morning! Audrey Whetten Godfrey from Shelby, NC with the Uptown Shelby Association.
Jeanette Stokes
51:41
Jeanette Stokes, native of Tulsa, OK, home is now Durham, NC, board member of Pauli Murray Center for History and Social Justice.
lillian Thompson
51:42
Michael "Magneto" Banner of Winston-Salem, NC's "Island Community" where grassroots agriculture is the hallmark from which we are building a precedent for place making in our city.. Thankh you for allowing me in your space^^
Carrie Martin
54:53
Good morning
Carrie Martin
55:03
Carrie Martin
Carrie Martin
55:53
Black Family Land Trust state coordinator carrie96404@gmail.com
Jennifer A. Thomas
57:32
This is great information! Wow
Vickii Howell
57:37
Vickii Howell, with MOVE (Making Opportunities Viable for Everyone) Gulf Coast CDC is the sponsor of The Africatown International Design Idea Competition, www.AfricatownDesign.com
Vickii Howell
59:11
The Competition is part of our Africatown Initiative to , to create opportunities for economic development through cultural heritage tourism. www.movegulfcoastcdc.org ~ Vickii Howell, President/CEO
Carolyn Fryberger
01:00:57
Learn more about the African-American Civil Rights Heritage Sites Consortium: www.aaacrhsc.org
Stephanie McKissick-Melton
01:01:10
Charmaine McKissick-Melton, on Paul Murray Board in Durham. NC and president of the Soul City PRA which is renovating 1790 plantation house.
lillian Thompson
01:04:28
Rissi Palmer
Courtney Napier
01:04:40
https://rissipalmermusic.com/
Kaylé Barnes
01:04:50
Rissi Palmer has been uplifting country artists of color for so long. Grateful for her work.
lillian Thompson
01:05:36
Country Soul Music unique out of the south
Tina Wright
01:06:00
Yes. White backlash always rooted in Black progress
Carolyn Fryberger
01:06:00
Rissi Palmer, Singing on the Land at Bentonville Battlefield: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mutOUrtwkVw
Tina Wright
01:07:43
love that Thank you
Vickii Howell
01:08:10
My God, how powerful, Ms. Lanier!!!
Michelle Lanier
01:08:27
Thank you, Vickii! <3
Tammy Shepherd
01:08:57
Yes Michelle! Healing power of vibration!
Michelle Lanier
01:09:53
Yes, Tammy!
Mark Little
01:11:29
We are over 200 attendees! Thank you for your presence and we look forward to your participation in the breakouts.
Carolyn Fryberger
01:11:29
IF YOU NEED TO RENAME: hover over the three dots in the upper right corner of your video square, select "Rename"
Courtney Napier
01:12:13
That is phenomenal!
Michael "Magneto" Banner
01:12:21
Thankh you Carolyn!
lillian Thompson
01:13:25
how can I learn more??? for African Diaspora with Anitra Henderson??
Claudia Stack
01:14:17
If you have not seen his work, I highly recommend filmmaker Frederick DeShon Murphy. He is currently working on a documentary about Africatown featuring a granddaughter of an enslaved person who was brought over on the Clotilda
Carolyn Fryberger
01:15:13
More on Africatown from NMAAHC: https://nmaahc.si.edu/explore/initiatives/africatown-alabama-usa
Carolyn Fryberger
01:16:14
We will also share panelists contact information after the event if you'd like to reach out directly
Victoria Hamilton
01:16:23
Thank you, Ann!
Brayton Willis
01:16:39
There is a novel way to tell the story to young children called “StoryWalk” (Register trade mark) we have some very talented black children’s book writers that have the capability to educate our kids. A couple of writers that come to mind are Ebony Allen Toussainy and Cleo Wade who just published a magnificent book titled “What the Road Said”.
Rosemary Judkins
01:17:13
Great Job Anitra!
Robin Payne Bertie County
01:17:20
Thank you!!! I'm working with Bertie County NC African American communities to revitalize and embrace rural opportunities. This has been extremely powerful and I look forward to sharing. Unfortunately I need to click off at 11 for another Zoom. Thank you again. Robin Payne
Carolyn Fryberger
01:17:44
Thank you for joining Robin - all resources will be shared out after the event!
Lexus Phillips
01:19:30
Yes Sankofa!!
Jasmine Getrouw-Moore
01:20:49
Love how Michelle is creating a vivid illustration of our history and having us problematize the language we use. Reframing discourse here!
Vickii Howell
01:20:51
Yes, build pride in folkways, and show the importance of it. Yet honor the values without turning them into a capitalistic commodity.
Tina Wright
01:21:41
Yes great points
Nayasia Coleman
01:21:45
Yessss!
Courtney Napier
01:22:32
So So so important
CHOCI GRAY
01:23:32
Hello everyone, Hello from Kinston,
Mark Little
01:23:50
@Choci! wonderful to have you here
lillian Thompson
01:24:22
we need to create the infrastructure for black communities to WIN when $$$ come into to spaces that white people control the economics of, but are made relevant by BLACK history and culture
Vickii Howell
01:24:52
Amen, Lillian!!!
Shekinah Mitchell
01:25:03
Yes Lillian!!
Ashley Scott
01:25:12
yes, Lillian!
Robin Payne Bertie County
01:25:21
Well said.
Courtney Napier
01:25:45
I will need to hop off for another meeting, but this is a wonderful conversation and I’m so glad it is being recorded. So excited about the work that will come out of this moment. Be well everyone!
lillian Thompson
01:25:49
Would love to visit and photograph buildings being preserved. Is there a link to find them?
lillian Thompson
01:26:00
I m sorry, my name is wrong...I am Lisa Nelson, not Lillain, not sure how to change the link..I am chair of rmrenaissance.org
lillian Thompson
01:26:54
Thanks for correction!! Hello Lisa Nelson chair at rmrenaissance.org!!
Lee Albritton
01:26:55
? readiness
Michelle Michael
01:27:23
Thank you so much for this program! Amazing work and conversation. Sadly, I have to leave at 11 but am grateful to all for your contributions and participation.
Vickii Howell
01:27:43
Want to learn more about Adinkra symbology, direct economic benefit and "visitor readiness."
Mark Little
01:28:15
Thanks, Vickii….please bring those questions to the breakout coming up at 11am
Carolyn Fryberger
01:28:19
To all the Lillian Thompsons out there....click the three dots in the upper right of your video square, then select "rename" :)
Stephanie Key
01:28:38
I know this session is being recorded but will we be able to share this information with other people? It will be greatly beneficial to the committee that is working on the African American Heritage Trail in Pender County.
lillian Thompson
01:29:09
Thanks really appreciate that!!
Mark Little
01:29:11
This webinar is being recorded and the recording can be shared widely!
Cory Henry
01:29:21
We're working with a community group, Downtown Crenshaw, who raised over 23m to purchase a sought after 43 acres in Crenshaw.
Geraldyne Barbour
01:29:22
From Geraldyne Barbour of AAHC of Kinston
Tina Wright
01:29:23
Thank you Mark!
Jennifer A. Thomas
01:29:28
The Banks Community Reinvestment Act grants may be a resource for investment
Vickii Howell
01:29:41
Thanks, Mark, I very much want a copy of this recording!!!
Tina Wright
01:30:04
Glad you are here repping DC Cory!
Carolyn Fryberger
01:30:47
Thank you all for being so active in the chat! We will compile all of the resources and links and share out following the webinar. If you would like to connect with other attendees to continue the conversation, please drop your email address into the chat!
Mark Little
01:31:07
@Cory, what has been the primary source of funds to purchase land in Crenshaw?
Heather Cotton
01:31:25
Heather Cotton hcotton@marionnc.org
Ginger Webb
01:31:51
Ginger Webb, cepmcdowell@gmail.com
Claudia Stack
01:31:58
claudiaabstack@gmail.com stackstories.com
Adrian Atkinson
01:32:16
Adrian Atkinson - AAtkinson@GreenvilleNC.gov
Ginger Webb
01:32:21
https://oldforttogether.org/
Michael Bento
01:32:34
mike@engagestrategies.us
Brayton Willis
01:32:43
Brayton Willis, Chairman, North Carolina Gullah Geechee Greenway/Blueway Heritage Trail Project, Brunswick County Branch NAACP. bpwillis88@gmail.com
Tina Wright
01:32:52
Thank you panelists and everyone in the chat for all this important info and resources! Joining from LA, CA so up early to join and so glad I did! Sociologists, interested in CLTs any mentoring is appreciated! Tina@utn360.org https://linktr.ee/livlearngrow
Geraldyne Barbour
01:32:58
Thank you, Everyone, for this inspirational opportunity. --Geraldyne Barbour , Kinston AA
Russ Haddad
01:33:02
How can we activate students, particularly at HBCUs, in this process? It seems to me they are looking for opportunities to participate in this sort of effort.
Mark Little
01:33:31
@Russ--bring that question to the breakout!
Michelle Lanier
01:33:46
@Russ. The Dept. of Natural and Cultural Resources has a robust HBCU internship program
Chelsey White
01:34:01
Chelsey White cwhite@co.prince-edward.va.us
Cory Henry
01:34:10
@Mark The site is an under performing mall and Crenshaw is gentrifying fast. So it's a desired property. The community raised money from institutional investors and donations. Admittingly, institutional investing was easier to raise because of the desired area/land.
Mark Little
01:34:29
If you are not able to join a breakout, please let us know!
Jeanette Stokes
01:34:31
Priscilla Hancock Cooper
Cory Henry
01:34:54
Cory Henry, Principal of Atelier Cory Henry (ch@a-ch.com)
lillian Thompson
01:35:31
Move me to Michelle Lanier
Michael "Magneto" Banner
01:35:39
Can I please get the video recording of this afterwards? You've prevailed so much crucial information to what We are working towards on "Da Island", I would love to be able to fully engage, but right now I am doing an obligatory report out session with an affiliate group.. my email is: islandculturez.wsnc@gmail.com
Claudia Stack
01:35:39
Sorry not seeing how to join rooms?
Bob Howell
01:35:48
Not clear how to join a breakout.
Ariel B. Moreno
01:35:51
I do not see the function to move to a breakout room
Omari M. Wilson, Esq.
01:35:52
how do we find the rooms?
Ariel B. Moreno
01:38:02
I am using a work VPN and might have limited access to the additional functins.
Ariel B. Moreno
01:39:39
I do not see the pop-up on my screen like there's usually an option to do so - other Ariel
Ariel B. Moreno
01:41:29
May I be assigned to a breakout room? I have "participants", "chat", share screen, record and reactions
Ariel B. Moreno
01:41:42
No small boxes appear for me
Claudia Stack
01:43:14
If possible, please ask her to assign me to Michelle Lanier, I do not have dots or “more”
Beverly Parks
01:48:46
I left the meeting, updated my Zoom, reentered and had the option for breakout rooms. Try updating to see missing options.
Beverly Parks
01:49:16
option shows up when you click dots
Carolyn Fryberger
01:52:23
As we return from the breakouts, if you would like to connect with other attendees to continue the conversation, please drop your email address into the chat!
Renee Garner
01:52:41
rgarner@matthewsnc.gov
Tina Wright
01:52:55
Tina@utn360.org
Michael "Magneto" Banner
01:52:57
islandculturez.wsnc@gmail.com
Anitra Henderson
01:52:58
Happy to answer questions. Anitra.henderson@cityofmobile.org
Veronica Carlisle
01:53:22
Veronicacarlisle25@gmail.com
Lisa Nelson
01:53:37
lnelrob@yahoo.com rmrenaissance,org
Lee Albritton
01:53:50
Lee.albritton@self-help.org / Kinston
Sarah Lazure
01:54:19
Sarah@pittcountyarts.org
Tammy Shepherd
01:54:52
Tammy Shepherd, Free Union Legacy, Preservation PineyWoods, Martin/Washington County NC mstammyshepherd@gmail.com
Ariel Jones
01:55:25
Arielj120@gmail.com
Ashley Scott
01:55:36
Thank you everyone!! AshleyScott@KW.com http://www.freedomgeorgia.com Ashley Scott, Freedom Georgia Initiative - A New Black Safe-Haven being made for us by us to feature the cutting edge of innovation and culture
Carolyn Fryberger
02:00:32
If you would like to connect with other attendees to continue the conversation, please drop your email address into the chat! These will be shared out to the full group following today's event.
Chelsey White
02:01:12
csward12@alumni.virginia.edu
Russ Haddad
02:01:17
russ.wral@gmail.com - Thank you!
David Moore
02:01:24
This has been amazing. Thank you to all the panelists. davidmoore@downtownraleigh.org
Jasmine Getrouw-Moore
02:01:26
Email: jasminegetrouw@gmail.com Twitter: @CodeJGM
NICOLA KARESH
02:01:29
Nicola Karesh - nicolakaresh@gmail.com - covering local black history projects and initiatives in Transylvania County, NC
Jesica Blake she/hers
02:01:45
Jesica@coastallandtrust.org Thank you for this discussion and learning opportunity today.
Chelsey White
02:01:45
This has really been amazing, awesome job!!
Tina Wright
02:01:56
Yes incredibly important work...thank you all.
Randall Leach
02:01:57
leachr@pitt.k12.nc.us
Robert Clopton
02:02:08
Currently, we're documenting and presenting our elders on the fourth Friday of each month with a program titled "Our Legacy". We do acknowledge that their voices are dying daily and our goal is to preserve this history, the fights, the struggles, the changes and expectations of them from their struggle. mobilealnaacp@gmail.com
Shekinah Mitchell
02:02:08
excellent session!!
Patricia-Devine Muhammad
02:02:13
Patricia-Devine MuhammadUnited Black Wall Street's of America, Inc601-431-3036
Ariel Jones
02:02:15
Arielj120@gmail.com
Lisa Nelson
02:02:22
woud it be possible to have an email directory
Adrienne Nirde
02:02:30
Thank you to our special guests and attendees! It was a pleasure connecting with you all today.
Erin Seekamp
02:02:32
Thank you for this — would love to participate in another session that continues this conversation. If Tourism Extension at NC State can do anything, please contact us: tourismextension@ncsu.edu
M Hamilton
02:02:32
The Ballard House Project, Inc. in Birmingham Mchubehamilton@aol.com
Pat Kappes
02:02:34
Can you share the chat contents?
Sandy Berger
02:02:34
Thank you all!
Sherry Adams
02:02:44
Thank you!
Rachel Stark
02:02:46
Thank you!
Karen Hayes
02:02:49
Thank you!
Michael "Magneto" Banner
02:02:51
This has really been a rich dialog, I wish I was able to build more closely with you all today.. please email me at: islandculturez.wsnc@gmail.com
Lexus Phillips
02:02:54
Connecting Art and Culture in community in Memphis. lexus@ctcmidsouth.org . Phenomenal work, making ripples as we speak!
M Hamilton
02:02:54
My appreciation to all!
Tammy Shepherd
02:02:58
Can you share the chat transcript with the group?
Vickii Howell
02:02:58
OMG, so full! So glad to see so many of us excited and empowered to do this work across the nation and world!!!
Carolyn Fryberger
02:03:01
Yes, we will share out all the emails shared here as well as organizers and panelists
Bob Howell
02:03:03
Excellent program!
Ashley Scott
02:03:03
please share the chat
Chief Styles
02:03:06
ChiefStyles@gmail.com
Alayna Schmidt
02:03:16
Thank you!!
Ariel B. Moreno
02:03:17
Thank you !
Mark Little
02:03:19
Chat will be saved!