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Regional Training Webinars: Alphabet Soup 101 - Shared screen with speaker view
Sarah Johnson
22:33
Sarah Johnson no camera sorry
Thalia Lomeli
22:34
Thalia Lomeli here
Jennifer Olsen
22:36
Jennifer Olsen Here
Vicky Chandler
22:37
Vicky Chandler
Monica
22:38
Good morning; Monica Roberts
Janna Rightmire
22:39
Janna Rightmire
Patty Sanborn
22:39
patty sanborn
Cassandra Munoz
22:41
Cassandra Munoz
Kelsey Hurlburt
22:41
Kelsey Hurlburt
Elynne Greene
22:44
Elynne Greene
Sandra Dieterich-Hughes
22:47
Sandra Dieterich-Hughes
yamille muriel
22:47
Yamille Muriel
Debbie Odle
22:56
Debbie Odle
Necie
23:01
Necie Tiffany, Rosa Rodriguez, and Paola Gutierrez
Nevada Coalition
23:12
Good morning everyone! Please put your first and last name in the chat box for attendance.
Jacqueline Gaestos
23:34
Jacqueline Gaetos and Dana Seidlinger
Maria Doucettperry
24:00
Maria Doucettperry
Lisa Lynn Chapman
24:07
Lisa Lynn Chapman, NCEDSV
Sandra Dieterich-Hughes
24:19
I had already seen that video, but it was still heart-wrenching! Sandra Dieterich-Hughes
Breezy Younkin
25:00
Breezy Younkin
Shannon Kossick
25:01
Shannon Kossick
Chelsie Lawter
25:02
Chelsie Lawter
Lisa McA she/they
25:05
Lisa McAllister RCC
Iris M
25:11
Iris M Malave
Heatherq Erskine
25:16
Heather Erskine
Sarah Johnson
25:26
All you need is love video was very powerful. I feel that this video would be great to show to our teens
Stephanie Augdahl
25:31
Stephanie Augdahl
Kristi Burch
25:37
Kristi Burch
Elynne Greene
25:42
Yes...Valuable
Jennifer Ryz-Mann
26:09
I have been attending the training all along and must have missed that I needed to type my name each time. I am sorry. Jennifer Ryz-Mann
Vicky Chandler
26:11
I really needed to see the videos. It really brought it into perspective.
Amanda Haboush Deloye
26:20
Amanda Haboush Deloye
Kristi Burch
26:28
Rhonda Roth
Angela Reyes
26:33
Angela Reyes SafeNest
DA
26:38
Dalila Aguilar
Tammy Thornton
26:41
Tammy Thornton
Lisa Lynn Chapman
26:43
The role reversal in the All You Need Is Love was eye-opening and very difficult. The videos are very helpful. I like that I can take the time to do them on my own.
Shannon Kossick
26:43
Were there additional videos after last week’s session?
Lauren Traveller
26:44
Lauren Traveller
Diane Peiffer
26:49
Diane Peiffer from Foundation for Recovery. I was unable to attend last week but am glad to be here today.
Antonia Roman
27:15
Antonia Roman
Kristi Burch
27:29
Sara Ozuna
Pam Russell
27:34
Pam Russell
Pam Bernhart - SafeNest
27:43
Pam Bernhart from SafeNest
Traci Trenoweth
27:57
Traci Trenoweth, AEDV Carson City
Kristi Burch
28:32
Daylisi Talavera-Hernandez
Nevada Coalition
28:53
Hi All! For those just joining us, please put your first and last name in the chat for attendance.
Lauren Reid
29:09
Lauren Reid
Minerva Perez
29:24
Minerva Perez
Tania de Ulloa
29:25
Tania de Ulloa
Sandra Viera
29:26
Sandra Viera
Brittany Zachary
29:33
Brittany Zachary
Elynne Greene
29:52
I am still trying to write my name lol
Mayra Pacheco
30:06
Mayra Pacheco
Jackie Rhea
30:24
Jackie with AEDV, I did not do this on the previous classes. I hope you saw that I have been in all the classes.
Thalia Lomeli
30:34
I don’t see a raise hand option
Rhonda Roth
30:46
Good morning, this is Krae Waller from Advocates To End Domestic Violence
Vicky Chandler
30:51
It in Reactions
Lisa Lynn Chapman
30:53
Reactions...it is the clap
DA
30:58
No.
Jenny Wilkinson
31:03
Jenny Wilkinson hi all
DA
31:06
At birth?
Lisa McA she/they
31:06
nope—before I can remember
Sandra Dieterich-Hughes
31:13
It chose Me!
Janna Rightmire
31:14
Interesting perspective. Excellent metaphor
Judy Henderson
31:16
When my teacher in elementary school told me to pick up the fat pencil with my right hand.
Patty Sanborn
31:22
sometimes
Minerva Perez
31:31
I am Minerva
Lisa Lynn Chapman
31:32
Not when it comes to writing
Diane Peiffer
31:33
I am left handed, have been all my life. All I do solely with my left is eat and write.
Carrie Smyser
31:35
It wasn't a choice.
Lisa McA she/they
31:37
I bat and golf lefty
Janna Rightmire
31:48
My son is. He chose to be left handed because he broke his right arm when he started kindergarten
Jennifer Kile
31:51
I write with and eat with left hand yet play sports right-handed.
Maria Doucettperry
31:52
Decided when-When I realized how hard it was and how long it takes to do everything with my left hand
Diane Peiffer
32:12
I always did poorly at sports because never could figure out which hand to use.
Nevada Coalition
32:34
For everyone just joining, make sure to put your first and last name in the chat for attendance!
Carrie Smyser
32:46
Carrie Smyser
Stefanie Flores
32:49
Hello! Stefanie Flores
Judy Henderson
33:02
Judy Henderson for attendance
Annette Scott
33:07
Hello
Elena Espinoza
33:15
Elena Espinoza
Mayra Pacheco
33:20
I'm left handed and in elementary school they kept trying to "train" me to be right handed. They couldn't 😄
Diane Peiffer
34:32
As a lefty I was amazed to discover left handed scissors, but I can’t use them. When I was teaching elementary, I had students using them.
Jennifer Kile
34:49
Jennifer Kile
Amber
37:11
This is fascinating.
Nevada Coalition
37:29
For those that have not, or who are just joining us, please put your first and last name in the chat box to be marked for attendance.
Heather Erskine
37:39
My dad is left handed and used to get his hands smacked with rulers in class if he didn't use his right hand
Dawn Taylor
37:55
Dawn Taylor
Amber
38:05
Amber Morczek
Tammy (TC) Cutler
38:50
Happy mid week all Tammy (TC) Cutler from SafeNest
Monica
39:23
I do everything but write with my left hand
DA
39:28
Playing instruments?
Lauren Traveller
40:15
left handed people living in a right handed world haha
Monica
40:23
I went to school with nuns in Italy and was not allowed to write with my right hand
Patty Sanborn
40:31
I am naturally right handed and have taught myself to do certain things left handed.
Monica
40:36
*Left hand. sorry
Laura Oslund
40:49
The first born in my family for the last 4 generations have been left handed.
Amber
41:21
You're making me want to call my dad and ask about this. lol
Elynne Greene
42:52
Whew...thank for adding that!
Carrie Smyser
43:06
Phew! I was like I only have 4! HAHA
Laura Oslund
43:33
laura oslund
Vicki Brook
43:44
vicki brook
Annette Scott
43:49
Annette Scoyy
Natalie Powell
43:50
Natalie Powell - present
Amber
43:53
YUP
Jacquelyn Norman-Poland
43:56
Jacquelyn Norman-Poland
Annette Scott
44:04
Annette Scott
Tess Peterson
44:29
Tess Peterson
Lalaine Agbigay
44:36
Lalaine Agbigay
Mayra Castro
46:02
Mayra Castro
Sofia
46:25
Sofia Colabianchi
Rachael Rasner
47:30
Rachael Rasner
Sandra Viera
47:46
sorry got kicked out.. Sandra Viera
Jameelah Lewis
48:49
Jameelah Lewis
DA
48:49
Don't have many disabled people in my life currently. :(
Lisa McA she/they
49:04
ALL WOMEN
Annette Scott
49:12
Very Diverse and I never realized it.
Elynne Greene
49:50
Ironically, those closest to me are very different from me
Nevada Coalition
50:01
For those who have not and are just joining, please put your first and last name in the chat box for attendance!
Carrie Smyser
50:05
Very diverse. All over in age, SO, education, and socioeconomic.
Lisa Lynn Chapman
50:11
My circle is very very small
Minerva Perez
50:36
very diverse group /Minerva
Carrie Smyser
50:43
5 people but all different! So cool to see..
Stefanie Flores
50:49
They're all Latino like myself
Annette Scott
51:03
Very diverse but I only have 4. I think I have trust issues.
DA
51:12
Yes
Patty Sanborn
51:17
yes
Christine
51:30
yes
Lisa Lynn Chapman
51:43
yes
Lisa Lynn Chapman
52:08
And then they open their mout
Lisa Lynn Chapman
52:11
mouth
Carrie Smyser
52:21
Lisa-- YES!!!
Annette Scott
52:29
Lisa Lynn... lololol
Natalie Powell
53:07
Absolutely
Sarah Johnson
53:16
yes that happens all the time both ways.
Nevada Coalition
55:54
Please remember to put your first and last name in the chat for attendance!
Patty Sanborn
58:09
My circle has looked different at different times in my life -
Annette Scott
58:12
Very differemt
Amanda Haboush Deloye
58:14
Mine are pretty diverse
Iris M
58:20
I agree with you a 100%!
Traci Trenoweth
58:42
I have different
Amber
58:45
I am surprised. I never really thought about it.
Annette Scott
58:46
Just the opposite
Dawn Taylor
58:47
My country has less diversity than US so my closest circle is from home and very similar to me
Lisa Lynn Chapman
58:48
Most of my list is very educated, middle class, but diverse in ethnicity and orientation
Elena Espinoza
58:52
I'm intentional
Iris M
58:52
I realized it once you pointed it out
Vicky Chandler
58:54
I actually gave it any thought until now
Elena Espinoza
58:58
in choosing friends esp. the older I get
Diane Peiffer
59:10
My 3 were quite diverse. My circle is small.
Dawn Taylor
59:21
Elena - agree the circles get smaller as you age
Cassandra Munoz
59:26
I also hadn't thought about it before! They are quite similar to me
yamille muriel
59:45
very small, but valuable
Vicky Chandler
01:00:09
Very true my circle as grown smaller as I've grown older. Ive become more exclusive
Jacquelyn Norman-Poland
01:00:12
I find it easiest to trust family. I have two friends who are not like me but have similar beliefs.
Carrie Smyser
01:00:14
It took for me to relocate to cut people off that were filled with toxic thoughts and ideology! Now my circle is very diverse....
Natalie Powell
01:00:22
I was surprised by the demographics and education level, because the common denominator tends to be and understanding of mental health and high levels of empathy.
DA
01:00:45
I can't hear it well.
Vicky Chandler
01:00:46
Cant hear it
Dawn Taylor
01:00:47
Can't hear the video
Traci Trenoweth
01:00:47
I can't hear it
Maria Doucettperry
01:00:52
Can you share sound
Judy Henderson
01:00:53
cannot hear it
Annette Scott
01:01:03
Cant hear
Thalia Lomeli
01:01:05
i can hear it
Minerva Perez
01:01:22
sound is low/Minerva
Connie Robertson
01:01:22
I can see but cannot hear it
Patty Sanborn
01:01:25
can you restart video?
Maria Doucettperry
01:01:36
There should be a share sound button in the share screen area
DA
01:01:53
Nothing at all.
Vicky Chandler
01:01:54
No sound
Minerva Perez
01:01:54
Thank you/Minerva
Elynne Greene
01:01:54
No sound
Carrie Smyser
01:02:01
That took sound all the way waaayyy
Judy Henderson
01:02:01
closed captioning?
Connie Robertson
01:02:11
cannot hear at all
Natalie Powell
01:02:20
Clarification - I was surprised by the similarities in demographics to me, because I thought I was choosing people based upon their capacity for empathy
DA
01:02:55
You could also share the link?
Dawn Taylor
01:03:02
CC bottom right
Vicky Chandler
01:03:23
Much better
Judy Henderson
01:03:26
great
Lisa Lynn Chapman
01:04:04
yes
Lisa Lynn Chapman
01:06:45
yes
Traci Trenoweth
01:06:49
yes
Elynne Greene
01:06:52
yes
Nevada Coalition
01:10:54
Remember to put your first and last name in the chat for attendance!
DA
01:10:57
We can assume and be ready to accept a different assumption.
Lisa McA she/they
01:10:59
watching out for words with connotations. Like “riot”
Carrie Smyser
01:11:03
Admitting is the first step! Then explore the WHY!
Lisa Lynn Chapman
01:11:45
I have follow very diverse people on social media to hear different voices and opinion
Dawn Taylor
01:11:50
When we see someone who makes a faux pas, not jump all over them as wrong - makes them defensive.
Lisa Lynn Chapman
01:11:54
it has changed my POV
DA
01:12:14
I agree with Lisa Lynn. Netflix and Twitter plus books.
Jacquelyn Norman-Poland
01:12:23
I consciously go over my impressions of people. I tell myself to be open-minded. My job is to gain the minimum amount of trust to benefit my clients.
Jacquelyn Norman-Poland
01:14:18
My LIFE!
Judy Henderson
01:14:21
Love this!
Carrie Smyser
01:14:30
LOVE!
Jameelah Lewis
01:14:35
it was a great example
Lisa Lynn Chapman
01:14:49
Not polite but accurate..
yamille muriel
01:14:51
great video showing the sad daily reality
Annette Scott
01:15:23
I don't know if this counts but as a big women I experience it all the time.
DA
01:15:38
Sexism
Judy Henderson
01:15:56
Ageism
Patty Sanborn
01:16:08
someone asked me where I get my energy at my age
Annette Scott
01:16:08
Yes! Ageism!
Lisa McA she/they
01:16:11
Oh you are so great that I just forget about your wheelchair! That’s a compliment! (not)
Elena Espinoza
01:16:32
Where to begin??!
Jacquelyn Norman-Poland
01:16:32
I have someone who makes daily comments about how large other people are. Oh, not about me, who is also a big woman.
Connie Robertson
01:17:00
chosen profession....”teachers teach because they cannot do”
Minerva Perez
01:17:13
When I am with my grandchildren People ask me if I am the baby sitter. My grandchildren are diverse all 5 of them.
Iris M
01:17:27
So yo have an accent, where are you from?
Jameelah Lewis
01:17:34
I think when we talk about microaggressions we can also expand on where they generate, like prejudice
DA
01:17:40
We all have accents. lol
Mayra Pacheco
01:17:44
Even just with hair...comments like "you look so much prettier with straight hair" all those """compliments"""" irk me so much.
Iris M
01:17:45
Why is my accent an issue for so many people?
Lisa Lynn Chapman
01:18:07
When I exercise, I get a lot a people "encouraging" me. It feels so condescending. They aren't encouraging thin people.
DA
01:18:57
People need more practice listening to all of our different "accents".
Dawn Taylor
01:19:11
Iris M - agree. I have students how think of it as intimidating or assuming "so intelligent" I will look dumb
Annette Scott
01:19:21
Microaggessions can be very hurtful. I know I have made my own mistakes.
Judy Henderson
01:19:21
Someone opened the door for me and said age before beauty - what the ???
Iris M
01:19:48
I agree with you DA! Or maybe travel around the USA to notice accents
Lisa McA she/they
01:19:53
yeah, Judy, also stop calling me “young lady”
Connie Robertson
01:20:39
I encourage anyone who passes me on the path....because some days are really hard....
Judy Henderson
01:20:41
oh "honey"
Carrie Smyser
01:21:05
As a mother of what society would say a "white kid and black kids" they always assumed I was the babysitter of the black kids
Denise Rosen
01:21:20
a past colleague told me that when we met she thought I was a ditzy hippie chick
Connie Robertson
01:22:07
I would hope people would realize some of us are sincere and not intending something negative.
Amber
01:22:20
Both my partner and I have PhDs and he is automatically called Dr. and I am called Mrs.
Elena Espinoza
01:22:34
my name gets mispronounced all the time-without an effort to get it right
DA
01:24:33
Audre Lorde made the most sense to me.
DA
01:24:50
Why "I'm colorblind" doesn't make sense.
DA
01:25:13
Honor our differences.
Jacquelyn Norman-Poland
01:25:54
I was raised to believe all of these, except Dr. Seuss. I try to overlook as much as I can openly.
Annie Allen
01:25:54
Annie Allen
Annette Scott
01:25:58
Yes, I do believe the world can be this way. But we need a lot of healing.
Elena Espinoza
01:25:59
The melting pot vs tha salad metaphors
Chris Ekroos
01:25:59
Chris Ekroos
fosterx
01:26:02
Xavier Foster
Amber
01:26:03
The one about opportunities to learn is good in theory, but I'm exhausted with always providing the teachable moments.
Maria Doucettperry
01:26:05
The salad is my favorite. It's how I try to live. Acknoweldge and appreciate the differences as what makes us -us
Lisa Lynn Chapman
01:26:11
DA, yes. "colorblind" denies someone's identity and experiences
Amber
01:26:11
Yes! lol
Lisa McA she/they
01:26:21
This can become false equivalence. If you have a difference of opinion and your opinion is racist, I don’t have to accept it.
Sonia Aguilar
01:26:21
Sonia Aguilar
Lisa Lynn Chapman
01:26:24
yes...because I hungry
Vicky Chandler
01:26:52
Diversity of the vegetables create a great salad. It looks yummy
Lisa Lynn Chapman
01:27:10
Yes, Lisa McA
Lisa Lynn Chapman
01:27:30
demanding assimilation
Elena Espinoza
01:27:30
Assimiliation vs acculturation --
Dawn Taylor
01:27:58
I get frustrated with being seen as white when I am from Europe with differences, and I get put with the masses as if I should be there. It's assumed I should understand, not that I need to learn.
Chris Ekroos
01:28:05
The US melting pot = the Canadian mosaic for that reason (people keep their identities)
Jameelah Lewis
01:29:01
We are could start using the term multiculturalism rather than diversity.
Stefanie Flores
01:29:05
It's like the government term, Hispanic, that is used to define Spanish speaking people. The term makes me cringe.
Amber
01:30:01
Stefanie -- Is the more appropriate term. Latinx?
Annette Scott
01:31:28
My Grandparents were forced to assimilate, even forced to change their last name. They could only truly be themselves at home. My Grandfather rarely spoke in public due to his "broken English".
Stefanie Flores
01:31:30
Many Latinx prefer the term Latinx over Hispanic but "Latinx" still acknowledges the Spanish conquerors who enslaved and tortured our people.
Amber
01:31:47
Ah. I see. Thank you for clarifying!
Stefanie Flores
01:32:03
you're welcome!
DA
01:33:05
Multiculturalism Ice breaker tip I learned yesterday: "How do you cook your rice?"
Annette Scott
01:34:24
Stefanie, I never understood why ever Spanish speaking person is lumped into "latin" . It acknowledges the oppressor, it's not accurate, the spanish weren't latin. So not cool.
Pam Russell
01:35:04
Tolerance implies a hierarchy
DA
01:35:20
Is it a microaggression to identify myself as an "ally" when I suspect they might not be heterosexual?
Lisa Lynn Chapman
01:36:46
DA..think about allyish is something people confer on you and not how you identify. One can show allyiship by how they act, speak, and treat others.
Dawn Taylor
01:36:53
Can you discuss intersectional theories?
Lisa McA she/they
01:37:09
yes Lisa Lynn
Elena Espinoza
01:37:19
How are bias and privilege interconnected?
Annette Scott
01:37:45
Why do we have a "Race". Really, not to be cliché, there is not two human races?
DA
01:38:02
When LGTBTQ people have been mistreated already, I wished I had let them know to contact me to help them cope/respond to the harm.
Dawn Taylor
01:38:51
Annette - some of this comes back to how public health data collection and differences in genes that go to either white or black (recently acquired knowledge)
Annette Scott
01:40:12
Dawn, Yes! It stems from the OLD census. It is time to change this.
Dawn Taylor
01:41:22
They put people in silos so that "empirical evidence" is measurable and they have no better way to be able to collect "hard facts/numbers"
Jacquelyn Norman-Poland
01:42:14
I have worked very hard to be trustworthy for my clients. I also listen very closely to everything that they say. I make them feel as safe as I can. I have never asked about sexuality and have had numerous people to divulge this very personal information to me.
Annette Scott
01:42:46
Skin color should not define humans. It is not logical.
Elena Espinoza
01:43:55
Race is more than social categorization for govt activities -- it's socially constructed and subjective / it's historical and underpinnings in capitalism and white supremacy, etc... People spend their whole lives studying this -- Cultural Theory and Critical Race Theory can be great places to begin learning about this
Annette Scott
01:45:26
I am referring to categories of race.
Annette Scott
01:46:07
And the gov't only has two.
Jameelah Lewis
01:46:12
an example of bias and privilege is the myth of the model minority. many assume that Asian folx are wealthy and smart, which is a bias and privilege is that because this bias exist people who are Asian may benefit from it. A historic example is what happened to Latasha Harlins and the store clerk in the midst of the Rodney King Riots
Jacquelyn Norman-Poland
01:46:21
Not any more
Lisa Lynn Chapman
01:47:26
Amazing and interesting conversation
Patty Sanborn
01:47:27
Thank you!
Stefanie Flores
01:47:36
Yes Jameelah. The judge didn't punish the woman who killed Latasha because she didn't look "harmful."
Kevin Tomlin
01:47:38
Kevin Tomlin
Jacquelyn Norman-Poland
01:47:40
thank you
Monica
01:47:46
Thank you ;)
Minerva Perez
01:47:51
Thank you/ Minerva Perez
Iris M
01:48:04
Thank you!
Vicky Chandler
01:48:17
Thank you
Jameelah Lewis
01:48:21
Exactly Stefanie!!!
DA
01:48:21
Thanks Lisa Lynn.
Annette Scott
01:48:22
Thank you Holly and Lindsay