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Black History Learning Journey - Series 1: Webinar 4 - Shared screen with speaker view
Alexandra Theroux, CSCNS (She/her)
25:22
Hi Folks - send me a chat message or pop a question in the Q&A if you're having trouble hearing / seeing anyone - I'll do my best to help troubleshoot!As Emma mentioned, direct your questions to the Panelists in the Q&A :)
Sylvia Parris-Drummond
01:32:58
A trigger, yes, and not known to us until happens.
Sylvia Parris-Drummond
01:37:10
Virtuous actions required – Reports- yes we need to implement the recommendations from all those reports and support the community individuals and organizations that are telling our history, heritage and culture. we are lacking materials in the public schools and for community homes.Resource Scarcity - is used by mainstream structures/institutions for education to justify limiting putting maximum resources into the education system.
Sylvia Parris-Drummond
01:53:50
Justice for education -
Johanna
01:58:40
taking the opportunity to say THANK YOU for this excellent series! and a plug for www.onenorthend.ca - one group working on employability solutions for Black Scotians :-)
Alexandra Theroux, CSCNS (She/her)
02:03:47
Read here for work being done by Sharon Davis-Murdoch: https://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/nova-scotia/black-women-health-funding-covid-19-health-association-of-african-canadians-1.6042230
Johanna
02:07:07
ONE NORTH END can help with inclusion and organization preparation
Karen
02:07:25
Thank you - that was all helpful
Cassey
02:12:29
Re Radon an possible accessible testing opportunities. https://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/nova-scotia/nova-scotia-radon-gas-purchasing-100-detectors-1.5368116personal note: I just placed a hold on one of the kits for loan at Halifax Public Library.My friend a non-smoker in his late 30's, had to have one lung removed due to lung cancer. He had previously done renos in his basement and lives in a high risk area according to radon map.
Heather
02:13:55
Many organizations are striving to address diversity. Are there resources to help organizations to prepare your organization well as was suggested by Robert.
Johanna
02:17:29
The Nova Scotia Works employment program EDGE is being implemented by Community Y/One North End to specifically target and mentor and include African Nova Scotian Youth -- one option
Heather
02:17:40
Thank you so much for all of this valuable information.
Joanne
02:17:49
Terrific series, thank you so much.
Ayla-Monic
02:17:55
Thank you so much to the time and effort that all the organizers and presenters have put into this series. O
Colleen
02:18:19
Thank you so much for this! Really incredible presentations.
Sam
02:18:35
Thank you all for sharing your presentations, truths, and stories today. :)
Sutapa Chattopadhyay
02:18:54
I will echo with others, that this was an incredibly well informed and well articulated powerful powerful series - I am so GLAD that I attended. My thanks to the organizers and the speakers...
Leisje
02:19:06
thank you for this invaluable learning opportunity- I have truly found it to be tremendous and I am so appreciative for this experience
Ramona
02:19:06
Thank you for holding these sessions. They have been very informative.
Alexandra Theroux, CSCNS (She/her)
02:19:16
https://www.csc-ns.ca/decolonization-learning-journey (find the recordings for the DLJ series here)Recordings for this series will be available on our website here: https://www.csc-ns.ca/black-history-learning-journey (today's recording will be available by the end of the week)
Karen
02:19:23
Thanks so much. I have learned so much - deepened and shift my perspectives and how I can approach action in ways that are sustainable and can reduce violence
maria
02:20:43
i am so grateful and appreciative of this series.. thank you so much for all this valuable and important information. this series will create change
Heather
02:20:46
All sessions incredibly valuable. Looking forward to the Fall Sessions. Thank you to all who took so much time and effort to prepare for these amazing sessions.
Tracy
02:20:51
Yes, thank you all for contributing to this series. This has been so informative.
Sylvia Parris-Drummond
02:21:09
Thanks to all