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Lanessa Bass
22:53
@Dewash-- what a wonderful background you have there! That was some amazing fireworks last night!
Dewesh Agrawal
23:18
#46
Maya Maxym
31:15
https://twitter.com/ayshakhoury/status/1352350830377148416?s=21
Dr. Z
31:58
How dies this address the "zero sum myth" whereby it is erroneous believed the privileged have to surrender some privilege so other can rise to greater privilege?
Miguel Knochel (he) - Utah
35:05
Historically, E. Currently D considering recent terrorism, as well as torture of children at the border.
Matt Kapklein (he/they)
44:17
Not sure what you mean by "label"
Christine Nelson
46:34
You might want to also consider ageism.
Asma Ali Taha
46:49
agree
Dr. Z
48:48
Wealthism
Miguel Knochel (he) - Utah
49:53
So much unrecognized expertise!
Dr. Z
58:12
What is poverty porn?
Lanessa Bass
01:05:02
Something I am struggling with-- It seems a very narrow path to be an ally. We need to be supportive so our minority colleagues are not shouldering everything by themselves. But also not having the ally drift into savorism.
Matt Kapklein (he/they)
01:06:20
How will we know when we messed up?
Maya Maxym
01:08:00
if you are called out fir messing up don’t defend yourself. take a break before you reply and recognize that if you’re being told you messed up it’s on you to take responsibility for the harm your actions have caused. impact > intent
Matt Kapklein (he/they)
01:08:44
Is being called out the only way to know?
Richard Strauss
01:09:25
There are so many global health programs today. How can this presentation be applied this to those programs?
Maya Maxym
01:09:27
I don’t think so but it’s helpful and hard
Miguel Knochel (he) - Utah
01:13:30
For the Diversification of Leadership…..could term limits help this? Some of the directorships seem like lifetime appointments, so the status quo stays how it is.
Matt Kapklein (he/they)
01:13:38
I think lots of doctors (including me) find it difficult to do things if we're not reasonably confident we'll do a good job
Matt Kapklein (he/they)
01:14:08
I don't want to do more harm than good
Jolie Limon
01:14:22
Great talk! Thank you so much.
Asma Ali Taha
01:14:37
excellent talk, thank you!
Matt Kapklein (he/they)
01:17:34
Thank you
Melissa Boling
01:19:06
thank you Drs. Zee-Chang and Klitzman!
Michelle Forcier
01:19:23
this has been such an amazingly insightful and helpful talk and opportunity to hear and learn
Sarah McBride
01:19:31
Thank you so much for leading this session. So much for us to take away from it.
Cassandra Shorter
01:19:35
Great quote
Jamie Pinto
01:20:12
Thank-you so much!
Maya Maxym
01:20:13
thank you so much for this excellent talk!
Dr. Z
01:20:14
The reality of all this is an awful lot for me to ponder. I thought I was doing well, but I may have been blinded by my ignorance
Kusum Viswanathan
01:20:16
Wonderful talk. thanks
Jessica Allan
01:20:17
thank you so much
Lanessa Bass
01:20:17
Thank you. Will be thinking about your talk for awhile!
Sara London
01:20:22
Thank you!!
Fernanda Kupferman
01:20:24
Thank you.
Cassandra Shorter
01:20:25
Thank you - thank you
Fernanda Kupferman
01:20:33
Excellent presentation
Richard Strauss
01:21:06
Will this be available for viewing later?
Richard Strauss
01:21:24
Great stuff Janine... thanks... jeff Thompson
Janine Zee-Cheng
01:21:32
rich - this will be available on the APPD website. HI JEFF
Becky Blankenburg
01:21:58
It will be posted to: https://www.appd.org/about/confronting-racism/
Michael Bryant
01:22:08
Great job! Thank you for the presentation and sharing your personal experience and challenging the audience.
Richard Strauss
01:23:30
Terrific topic and presentataion, Janine and Melissa. Thanks very much.
Camilla Mendell
01:27:09
Thank you for this eye opening presentation
Christine Nelson
01:27:14
marvelous presentation. Thank yo both so much.