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Resources and Support Working Group - Shared screen with speaker view
Lindsey Woelker
20:53
Lindsey Woelker (she/her), Leadership and Civic Engagement at UNC Greensboro
Eva Pearson
20:54
Eva Pearson, Program Director of Farmingdale State College (SUNY) Social Science Research Institute (Nexus)
Ryan Flynn
20:55
Ryan Flynn, Director of Community-Engaged Learning, Illinois College
Steven Ferrales (he/him)
20:57
Steven Ferrales, Rutgers University, Center for Youth Political Participation, Eagleton Institute of Politics, Student Intern
Jessie Weasner
21:03
Jessie Weasner, Director of Community Service and the Bonner Program at Centre College in Kentucky - supporting students who might be devastated by election results and fear for their safety and the safety of their friends/families.
Dr. Sherree Davis
21:06
Sherree Davis, Fayetteville State University Office of Civic Engagement & Service Learning/Director and professor/Criminal Justice
Peter Fitzpatrick
21:07
Peter Fitzpatrick He/his/him Columbia College Chicago Community Engagement
Anne Newman
21:14
Anne Newman, Dean of Students, Rutgers University-New Brunswick
Madeline Doane
21:16
Madeline Doane (she/her/hers) Virginia State Coordinator at Campus Vote Project
kelleyelliott
21:20
Kelley Elliott Tennessee Campus Democracy Network
Dana Smith
21:32
Hi everyone. Dana Smith, United Campus Workers, Tennessee
Dennis Velez (he/him/his)
21:34
Dennis Velez (he/him/his). Loyola University Maryland-LoyolaVotes Committee. Here to learn about best practices for post election programming and support of our students.
Yoleidy (Ze/Zir/Zirs)
21:35
Yoleidy (Ze/Zir/Zirs) & Candice (She/Her/Hers) from Ringling College of Art and Design
Raymond Barber
21:38
Raymond Barber (he/him) - University of Detroit Mercy '22 , Campus Vote Project
Mary Evins
22:20
Mary Evins, Middle Tennessee State University, American Democracy Project
Juanette Council
22:55
Juanette Council, Fayetteville State University Student Affairs
Kathryn
23:05
https://docs.google.com/document/d/1vYGDEIIjpvCLGBqeS3z1Jr-X0O3JUU_7Imb8sZQ5GrE/edit
Krista Gehlhausen
25:41
Will these slides be available somewhere as well?
Juliza Majano
26:08
I believe she said they will be send to us.
Kathryn
28:31
Hi Eveyone I've received a few dm's to get access to the recording and slides, Please shoot me a quick email at Kathryn@slsvcoalition.org so we can add you to the list.
Kathryn
28:41
just so we don't lose your contacts in the DM's!
Sage Clemenco
29:03
*Love* “get creative” - creative expression and action can be so powerful!
Elizabeth Jabar
30:41
https://usdac.us/
Marissa Corrente
32:17
The slides are also linked already in the google doc, just a FYI for folks!
Quinn Arthur Farah
33:05
Can you re-send the Google doc for those of us who joined late?
Marissa Corrente
33:06
If you don’t wanna wait to review :D
Marissa Corrente
33:13
Yes!
Marissa Corrente
33:15
https://docs.google.com/document/d/1vYGDEIIjpvCLGBqeS3z1Jr-X0O3JUU_7Imb8sZQ5GrE/edit?usp=sharing
Quinn Arthur Farah
33:19
Thank you!
Sharon Bloyd-Peshkin (she/her)
34:09
@Maddie, can you let everyone know what kind of credit or attribution you’d like us to give SLSV if we repost some of these awesome resources on our campus sites?
Alison Handy Twang
34:19
Thanks for sharing the guide! It inspired us to create our own!
Marvin Carter
35:16
that sounds great!
Paul Loeb
35:36
CEEP has a guide to detecting disinformation that's been well received https://campuselect.org/wp-content/uploads/2020/03/CEEP-Guide-to-Disinformation.pdf
Lauretta Farrell
36:23
Where can we find all these resources?
Maddie Wolf
36:37
sls.vote/postelection
Adrienne Hooker
40:37
https://www.jmu.edu/madisonart/digital_exhibition.shtml
Adrienne Hooker
40:49
That’s the exhibition Carah is speaking about.
Kevin Ballen
42:16
NANCY!! Democracy MVP
Carah Ong Whaley
42:23
Everything on these 2 links: https://www.jmu.edu/vote/election-connection.shtml and https://www.jmu.edu/civic/election-discussions.shtml
Hannah
47:17
@Carah thank you for sharing!! Just to confirm, can we share some of the language from your “Facilitating Difficult Election Conversations” on our own websites with appropriate crediting of course?
Bill Bower (he. him, his)
48:36
You can just turn off the zoom recording
Marvin Carter
48:41
Excellent points and awareness Nancy
Maddie Wolf
51:58
@Sharon re: crediting, if you share the Post Election Resource Guide from SLSV Coalition, you can credit SLSV Coalition, but if it’s just the resources linked within it, you can use them freely. We would love for you to credit the SLSV Coalition somewhere, but the main goals is to use info as you see best!
Carah Ong Whaley
51:59
@Hannah - YES, please feel free to take any of the resources and adapt and share!
Sharon Bloyd-Peshkin (she/her)
52:18
@maddie, thank you! Love giving credit!
Hannah
52:25
Thank you Carah!
Miki Cammarata
53:15
Great and important question
Mark Dixon
53:41
I'd say you have the right to express your opinion but not try and move the vote one wat or another
Carah Ong Whaley
54:27
Really important points. Thank you so much, Nancy!
Amy Somchanhmavong
54:32
Thank you Nancy for allowing Educators to state their position rather than tip toeing “non-partisanship”, and “non-political”
Sharon Bloyd-Peshkin (she/her)
55:25
From Monika Bauerlein of Mother Jones: “ Take Washington Post editor Marty Baron’s admonition, back in 2017, that “We’re not at war. We’re at work.” It was an important counterpoint to Trump’s claims that the press is out to destroy him. But it was also…not quite true. The option of not being at war is only available to those on whom war has not been declared. “
Juliza Majano
56:11
Wow thank you for sharing that @Nancy!
Elizabeth Bennion Turba
56:16
THANK YOU, NANCY!
Sharon Bloyd-Peshkin (she/her)
56:21
That was great! Thank you so much, Nancy!!
Jorgensen, Connie L
56:27
Thanks, Nancy!!
Steven Ferrales (he/him)
56:28
Thank you Nancy :))
Juliza Majano
56:35
It is good to know the difference for my personal life too!
Nicole Taylor
56:53
So insightful!!! Thanks, Nancy!
Dan Xie, PIRG
57:36
welcome back!!!!
Mike Burns, he/him, Campus Vote Project
57:50
You must be having a better week then me. Welcome back Anjelica!
Kathryn
58:01
if folks have questions please drop them in the chat and we can have speakers answer them in the chat and if we have time we can ask them at the end!
Merith Weisman (she, her)
59:35
@Kathryn I am looking specifically for a guide to help faculty discuss the election in classrooms on 11/4 and beyond - do you have or have you seen anything like that? Like what Nancy said, specifically for post election, in a guide format I can share with faculty
Carah Ong Whaley
01:03:58
@Merith - this can be adapted as a tool for faculty to discuss the election in class: https://www.jmu.edu/civic/election-discussions.shtml
Merith Weisman (she, her)
01:04:48
@Carah, thanks, I looked at that. Has anyone done the adapting?
Sharon Bloyd-Peshkin (she/her)
01:05:42
Thank you so much Anjelica!
Bill Bower (he. him, his)
01:06:22
Please put the link to Anjelica's guide in th chat
Carah Ong Whaley
01:06:24
This is a more competitive version: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1uMQ_D8LdjERf8c9jwciMOe5iEEnxtayNFzkVYk5UN74/edit?usp=sharing
Ryan Baldassario
01:06:40
Hello - I was provided the link to this webinar but didn't formally register. I have to run and help facilitate a webinar about campus election events (oddly enough), but would be interested in the slides used today. I reviewed the Google Doc links, but if anything else gets mailed out I would appreciate getting those too. Ryan.Baldassario@uconn.edu. Thank you!
Carah Ong Whaley
01:06:58
@Merith - can you be more specific about what your needs are?
Nancy Thomas
01:07:24
Here's a link to our free speech and academic freedom resources, https://idhe.tufts.edu/resources?field_research_type_tid=All&field_research_theme_tid=1008 including the Dean & Provost article about the 10th circuit case, a case for not treating speech and inclusion as a zero-sum game, an article on the politics of academic freedom (from AACU's Diversity and Democracy), a discussion guide on free speech and inclusion (with a one-page appendix on the First Amendment, written with the ACLU (yes, one hundred years of jurisprudence on one page).
Zoe Williamson
01:07:49
https://drive.google.com/file/d/1dxEpT4gcNWaIzF0bf32NY5l79idFXDXP/view
Dave Waterhouse
01:09:30
The Center for Research on Learning and Teaching and the Edward Ginsberg Center at the University of Michigan have put together a guide for faculty members, Preparing to Teach About the 2020 Election and After.
Dave Waterhouse
01:09:34
https://crlt.umich.edu/blog/preparing-teach-about-2020-election-and-after
Peter Fitzpatrick
01:09:40
Thanks Nancy for link
Dave Waterhouse
01:09:41
First of the series...
Sharon Bloyd-Peshkin (she/her)
01:10:47
Thank you so much, Dan!
Amy Somchanhmavong
01:10:59
This is so helpful! Thank you all!
Sierra, Luis
01:11:01
Thank you all!
Kathryn
01:11:06
kathryn@slsvcoalition.org
Heather Dunn Carlton
01:11:12
hdunncarlton@pacific.edu
Elizabeth Bennion Turba
01:11:13
Thanks, all!
Dan Xie, PIRG
01:11:22
Twitter - @DanLikeDawnE-mail - dan@studentpirgs.org
Shannon Williams
01:11:24
This was AMAZING! Thank you!
Nancy Thomas
01:11:29
This group gives me hope!!!! Thank you!
Dr. Sherree Davis
01:11:34
sdavis56@uncfsu.edu
Emily Kowey (She/Her)
01:11:37
Thank you so much!
Juliza Majano (she/her)
01:11:41
Thank you so much for this webinar!!
Kathryn
01:11:43
https://twitter.com/SLSVCoalition
Paul Simpson
01:11:52
pvsimpson@dom.edu
Jorgensen, Connie L
01:11:57
Thanks everyone! This was amazing.
Charlotte Quigley
01:11:58
Literally the best use of 60 minutes in quite some time - Thank you all!
Peter Fitzpatrick
01:12:01
Thank you everyone, very helpful and generous .
Samantha Giffen (she.her.hers)
01:12:03
Can it please include the exact points or actions the guests shared that aren’t written in the presentation?
Maddie Wolf
01:12:14
The shareable graphics will be student/voter oriented btw! :)
Theta Pavis
01:12:24
@ThetaPavis
Elizabeth Bennion Turba
01:12:31
Will SLSV be sharing on FB and Twitter, or Twitter only?
Nuala Boyle (she/her/hers)
01:12:33
nboyle5@naz.edu
Juliza Majano (she/her)
01:12:41
Don’t forget to watch the debate tonight!!
Merith Weisman (she, her)
01:12:46
Thanks for the links, all!
Zoe Williamson
01:12:51
All 3 platforms! @Elizabeth
Diya Patel
01:12:52
Thank you so much
Sharon Bloyd-Peshkin (she/her)
01:13:00
This has been hugely helpful. Thanks so much.
Diana O.
01:13:07
Thnaksss!!
Russ Haddad
01:13:09
Thanks everyone!
Theta Pavis
01:13:12
Thank you!
TD Byrd Hughes
01:13:13
Thank you!
Nicole Taylor
01:13:14
Thanks so much everyone!!
Marissa Corrente
01:13:15
Keep at it everyone! Doing such incredible work!
Marc Kiredjian
01:13:15
Thanks!
Alissa Karton <she/her(s)>
01:13:18
Thank you so much and take good care
Elizabeth Bennion Turba
01:13:19
National Debate watch party on DISCORD for college students tonight! discord.gg/wAeDb4n
Nikki Gottleib
01:13:20
This was great! Thank you!!
Lori Kumler
01:13:22
Thanks so much!!
MCC -Duane
01:13:24
Thanks
Rachel Levey-Baker she/her
01:13:25
Thank you!
Maddie Wolf
01:13:26
Any more resources? Email me at maddie@slsvcoalition.org !
Mahum Khan
01:13:26
Thank you!!
Campbell Streator, Every Vote Counts
01:13:26
Thank you!
Mark Fraley
01:13:27
Thank you!
Anjelica Smith
01:13:27
Hang in there, everyone!!!!
Steven Ferrales (he/him)
01:13:32
Thank u so much :)
Quinn Arthur Farah
01:13:32
Thank you!
Amy Sams
01:13:33
thank you
Dionne Hall
01:13:51
thank you
Ali Schaeffing
01:13:56
Shoot! I put this in my calendar at 3:00. Any chance the recording will be shared?
Maddie Wolf
01:14:01
Yes!
Ali Schaeffing
01:14:07
oh my that's amazing