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NCoC Learning Circle: Cost of Political Violence to Communities - Shared screen with speaker view
Allison Plyer
23:08
Allison Plyer, The Data Center, New Orleans
Angela Holden
23:16
Hi friends, Angela from NCoC. Zooming in from PG County. Maryland!
Maya Pace
23:18
Maya Pace, Lead For America, Dodge City, KS
Jamie Engel
23:27
Jamie Engel, NCoC, zooming in from East Boston!
Nadia Firozvi (she/her/hers)
23:27
Nadia Firozvi, Democracy Fund, Washington, DC
Nadia Firozvi (she/her/hers)
23:39
89!
Jackson Harris
23:45
Jackson Harris, Crossroads Civic Engagement Center, University of Alabama
Julia Canney (she/her)
23:51
Julia Canney she/her, Impact:Peace at the Kroc IPJ with Andrew :) Calling in from DC
Cynthia Farrell Johnson
23:57
Cynthia from Silver Spring, artist and community volunteer
Sarah Jencks (she/her)
24:02
Hi there from DC, where I work at Ford’s Theatre, one of the most infamous sites of political violence!
Nasema Zeerak
24:12
Nasema, Impact: Peace, University of San Diego
Margaret Marsh
24:50
Margaret Marsh Hastings NE voting rights rural organizer Civic Nebraska
Adam Westbrook (He/him)
25:03
Hi there from Boston! I'm Adam Westbrook (He/him), Director of Center for Community Engagement at Suffolk University
Julie Sweetland
25:09
Julie Sweetland from the FrameWorks Institute - dialing in from DC
Sarah Jencks (she/her)
25:58
It’s almost a little too hot today!
Mike Berkowitz
25:58
Mike Berkowitz, Democracy Funders Network, San Francisco
Bob Glover
26:01
Bob Glover, from Norfolk & Richmond, Virginia Trust Network & Virginia Resolutions
Haley Winston
26:02
Haley Winston, University of Central Florida, Orlando, FL
NaShona Kess
26:23
NaShona Kess Baltimore City MD
Maria Gallo CCE
26:30
Hi I am I So Cal and coming to you from home for CCE
Lori McNeill
26:33
hey! Lori here in Redding CA - Civic Hacker Network
Elizabeth Wright
26:34
Hi! Elizabeth Wright (she/her) from Cambridge, MA, Conflict Dynamics International, working on our Sudan Program (peacebuilding)
Nicole Fears
26:38
Nicole Fears, New Georgia Project Atlanta
Adam Erby
26:50
Adam Erby, Oklahoma St - Tulsa
Jason Ludwig (Fair Count)
26:55
Great to see everyone. Jason Ludwig here from Georgia's Fair Count
Angela Holden
28:40
Jamie Engel's email: Jamie@ncoc.org
Angela Holden
31:22
Link to Democracy Fund Just and Inclusive Society Project: https://democracyfund.org/what-we-do/just-and-inclusive-society/
Angela Holden
32:10
https://democracyfund.org/idea/the-costs-of-political-violence-in-the-united-states/
Brandon Trump
32:27
Brandon Trump - Stanfield, NC - voting rights advocate
John Kilcoyne he/him
33:52
You can connect with Dr. Blum on Twitter @alb202
John Kilcoyne he/him
40:04
If you have any questions for the Q&A, please feel free to drop them in the chat!
Sarah Jencks (she/her)
41:17
Hey Jamie! This is an important issue for us at Ford’s as we try to build links between what happened in the past and what we can do to prevent it in the present.
Angela Holden
43:38
https://carnegieendowment.org/experts/1748
Angela Holden
43:50
Ashley's full bio^!
John Kilcoyne he/him
44:23
You can connect with Ashely on LinkedIn and Twitter! Both of which are @AshleyQuarcoo
Mike Burns
51:17
Interesting to hear worries of polarization leading to majoritianism and loss of minority rights,when the US through the electoral college, us senate, and extreme gerrymandering allowing a minority of voters elect a majority of politicians in many dates abs enough to create gridlock federally
Mike Burns
52:07
To the determent of many marginalized groups
Nicole Fears
55:19
What was the name of the report?
Angela Holden
58:08
Link to Rachel's book: https://www.ushmm.org/genocide-prevention/reports-and-resources/defusing-hate-a-guide-to-counteract-dangerous-speech
John Kilcoyne he/him
58:26
You can connect with Rachel on LinkedIn @RachelBrown
Angela Holden
58:36
Here is the link for the report that Omayma and Ashley spoke about https://inquirycommission.org/website/wp-content/uploads/2021/04/Commission-Report-15-April.pdf
Mark Newton
01:06:40
Media literacy proficiency must be required to graduate high school and be admitted to college and the military. Education is the best answer!
John Kilcoyne he/him
01:10:17
Link to Communications Guide: https://overzero.ghost.io/counteractingdangerous-narratives-inthe-time-of-covid-19/Link to Resiliency Toolkit:https://overzero.ghost.io/building-aresiliency-network/
Angela Holden
01:10:23
Link to Communications Guide: https://overzero.ghost.io/counteractingdangerous-narratives-inthe-time-of-covid-19/Link to Resiliency Toolkit:https://overzero.ghost.io/building-aresiliency-network/
Julie Sweetland
01:11:39
From your experience/expertise, what are the most effective ways to defuse or respond to the notion that “free speech
Julie Sweetland
01:11:59
From your experience/expertise, what are the most effective ways to defuse or respond to the notion that “free speech” protects violent or hateful speech?
Lori McNeill
01:13:41
There has been significant violent rhetoric in my community in response to coronavirus restrictions, including threats to public officials. What are some ways communities can address this kind of culture?
Adam Westbrook (He/him)
01:14:14
Thanks!
Lori McNeill
01:18:59
thank you!
Rachel Brown
01:19:38
For Lori’s question; In addition to the resiliency network toolkit shared above, this guide was created for cities around the election but some of the different components are likely useful for your question - especially around building stakeholder networks for rapid response and communications guidance: https://www.buildingresilientcities.org
Julie Sweetland
01:22:35
Thank you!
John Kilcoyne he/him
01:22:45
Andrew Blum on Twitter: https://twitter.com/alb202Ashley Quarcoo on Twitter: https://twitter.com/AshleyQuarcooAshley Quarcoo on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/ashley-quarcoo-69885523/Rachel Brown on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/rachel-brown-615bb316/
Elizabeth Wright
01:22:47
Thank you very much!!
Rachel Brown
01:22:59
Thank you all for a great conversation!