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Srividya Ramasubramanian
42:36
Hi from Texas A&M University, College Station, Texas
Cheryl Graeve
42:40
Hi from Bowie, MD (DC area)
Leda Cooks
42:45
hi from my bunker in western mass
Rob Alexander
42:50
Greetings from the Shenandoah Valley of Virginia and James Madison University . . .
Marilene Richardson
43:06
Snohomish, WA
Mary Boone
43:22
Hi from Essex CT!
Christine Koehler
43:36
Hi from Paris
Kim A Page
43:37
Hello from London, UK
arwen
43:52
Hello from Rome, Italy
Jeff Prudhomme
43:55
Greetings from Reston, Virginia!
Lina Cramer
44:15
Hello from Chicago!
susan stuart clark
44:20
Hello from San Rafael — great to see so many familiar faces!
Sandy Heierbacher
44:29
Hi from Boston, everyone!
Luca Salvini
44:33
Hello from Italy
lilliantsuerhi
44:36
Hi from Cambridge, MA! :)
Jack Park
44:43
Temecula California
Lori Baugh Littlejohns
44:44
Hi from BC Canada
Ona Ferguson
44:46
Also sending greetings from Boston (Somerville!) MA
Seb Salazar
44:51
Hello from Atlantic Canada
Kim Crowley
44:53
Welcome from Hartford, CT.
Nancy Kranich
44:55
Hello from New Jersey—# 2 in the nation in CORVID-19 cases. We’re waving from home!
preandranoel
44:56
Hello! I’m from Cambridge, MA too!
Prabha S
45:00
Hello, from Pittsburgh
Martha Machnik
45:01
Hello from Rhode Island!
Tracy
45:05
Good morning all from Isolating in San Jose. Sorry, breakfast time.
Barb, Minnesota, USA
45:41
Hi! I'm in Stillwater Minnesota, USA
jmr
45:42
Greetings from Sacramento, CA. I’m working for a pubic radio newsroom so monitoring a few other channels or now and, thus, not on video. Will aim to get visual when possible
kate
45:46
Hello Everyone From Seattle, Wa.
Stephanie Barko
46:33
Hi from Austin, ya'll. The media says we have tests, but we don't.
Martine Culbertson
46:42
Hi from Haddonfield NJ & Zeist Netherlands
Lina Cramer
46:45
How do you connect to the World Cafe??
Barb, Minnesota, USA
47:35
would it be possible for you to share the link to your slides here in the chat?
Susan Partnow
47:47
World Cafe is a beloved ‘cousin’ - we worked together on LTA Lets Talk America in 2003…. CC is more intimate and heart based… you’ll see!
Tamar Ben-Ur
48:10
How do yo vote?
Stephanie Barko
48:40
Tamar - Unblock your popup blocker and you'll be able to vote.
Tamar Ben-Ur
49:57
How?
Felicia Washington
50:35
I think you can only vote for a short window of time. Once she takes down the poll you can't vote anymore
Daniel Baron
56:40
Will we be receiving the powerpoint?
Lori Baugh Littlejohns
58:28
what is the difference between CC and World Café?
Wendy Lowe
59:26
I like those cards. Cam they be purchased?
jmr
01:00:15
Thanks for letting me back in Courtney - the network here is a tad overwhelmed
Jack Park
01:00:31
I’ve seen events where someone just would not put down the talking stone.
Lori Baugh Littlejohns
01:00:46
WAIT why am I talking
Vicki Robin
01:01:08
great question Lori Baugh Littlejohns. CCs are for people who may not know one another and have separate lives to engage in meaningful personally enriching conversation about what’s important. world cafe is usually a formed group that want to harvest the wisdom of the whole group for the group to move forward more wisely.
Lori Baugh Littlejohns
01:02:27
hmmm … personally enriching conversations
Sandy Heierbacher
01:02:53
Wendy asked if the cards can be purchased. Yes! I have some left in stock and so does Courtney. You can email me at sandyheierbacher@gmail.com or Courtney at courtney@ncdd.org to arrange something. We usually just charge shipping if you just need a few, and a little fee for larger orders.
Jack Park
01:02:55
http://ncdd.org/rc/wp-content/uploads/2010/06/ConvCafeHostManual.pdf
Wendy Lowe
01:03:26
Thanks Jack!
Rob Alexander
01:03:42
How do the RJ practitioners in this group discern between CC and a ‘dialogue circle’ that draws on circle process principles?
Jack Park
01:04:19
http://www.ala.org/tools/librariestransform/libraries-transforming-communities/conversation-caf%C3%A9
Prabha S
01:04:23
I think many similarities…variations of a lot of beautiful processes Rob
Wendy Lowe
01:04:41
Thanks Sandy!
Tamar Ben-Ur
01:05:05
I can't see everyone . Just me and the speaker
claudiacanasto
01:05:27
Hi everyone! It’s John from Hoboken. So glad to be here with this wonderful group! :-)
Courtney Breese
01:05:43
Open‐mindedness: listen to and respect all points of view.Acceptance: suspend judgment as best you can.Curiosity: seek to understand rather than persuade.Discovery: question assumptions, look for new insights.Sincerity: speak from your heart and personal experience.Brevity: go for honesty and depth but don’t go on and on.
Vicki Robin
01:05:57
tamar in upper right corner of your screen there is a toggle from speaker view to gallery view.
Tamar Ben-Ur
01:06:13
Don't have this. I did with another group
Miriam Messinger, IISC, she/her
01:06:37
Good question. to me, it seems like it borrows from circle processes but not with same intent. Less grounded in a known community. I am curious about racial justice principles within this
Kim Crowley
01:06:52
Can’t toggle during screen share, so only gallery view strip for now.
Rob Alexander
01:07:13
Thanks, Miriam - that is my discernment, too.
Sharon Kniss
01:07:37
RJ talking circles are less "controlled" and don't often have the open third round as described here. Also key groundings in values, etc. Also no particular limit of number of people. I sometimes distinguish within RJ practice between a "restorative justice Circle", a "talking circle" and a "dialogue circle" - core principles are what hold the practice together with integrity. However, overall CC seems very similar.
Rob Alexander
01:07:56
Great question about underlying justice principles. Do you see the standard guidelines we are reviewing as incorporating those?
Bob Oberstein
01:08:12
RJ?
Rob Alexander
01:08:23
Restorative justice - apologies.
Bob Oberstein
01:08:57
Thought it might have been that but appreciate the clarity.
susan stuart clark
01:09:28
Are these wonderful guidelines available in Spanish?
Ron Gross, Conversations New York
01:10:06
OVER-TALKERS ANONYMOUS: AKA ON AND ON AND ON AND ON ANON
Kim Fons
01:10:24
I agree
Courtney Breese
01:10:34
Hi Susan - we do have materials in a couple of languages - I'll try to grab links during the Cafe
julia
01:11:02
I agree.
Courtney Breese
01:11:14
Also that great graphic I just shared was created by Sandy Heierbacher: http://www.conversationcafe.org/wp-content/uploads/2020/03/CCs-Online.pdf
Kim Crowley
01:11:17
How do we include people who are in phones in agreeing?
Liz Dubelman
01:11:50
Good question
Courtney Breese
01:11:50
Hi Kim - we could have them un-mute to verbally agree, if they cannot raise their hand on video or virtually
Nicole Farkouh
01:13:30
the example responses Susan gave to redirect common challenges related to certain norms were really helpful. is there a collection of such responses anywhere that could be shared?
Courtney Breese
01:13:45
“Host: begin each round; everyone should be on mute during the two rounds - you indicate who should unmute when it is their turn as you go around the circle so everyone speaks once. During the Open Conversation, help ‘direct traffic:’ each speaker can designate who goes next after they speak - and they can watch for participants who raise their physical hand. When you receive the message to begin the Closing Round, ask everyone to mute again. Pause to reflect. Then indicate who should unmute to share, one by by one.”
Sandy Heierbacher
01:14:38
How do you handle the talking object online?
Liz Dubelman
01:15:18
Using the mute button . When you’re unmute - you have the talking object
Rob Alexander
01:15:24
I believe that the ‘mute’ button is the object - that we release the object when we mute ourselves.
Srividya Ramasubramanian
01:17:08
If someone joins late, can they still join a breakout room?
Rhonda Bergeron
01:17:23
What if we are in a breakout room and lose our connection? Can we get back in?
julia
01:17:27
I will need to leave in 20 minutes. Can I still join a conversation?
Nancy Kranich
01:17:51
Will the recording end?
Meg Griffiths
01:18:14
How long will we be in the breakout rooms, total?
Kim Crowley
01:18:16
Srividya, the technology does allow you to add people late.
Courtney Breese
01:19:24
Round 1: Share your thoughts and feelings about the Pandemic…Round 2: How could CCs be of supportOpen Conversation: What’s next? How do we move forward? What’s your role?
Kim Crowley
01:20:47
I like to use “after the hour” to avoid confusion.
Jen Schmidt
02:08:35
Finding common ground quickly
Kim A Page
02:08:52
tenderness and support right there
Rollie Cole
02:08:58
My takeaway -- value of same-time gatherings overcoming the costs of getting people together-- even in a virtual environment
Tara Martin-Milius
02:09:00
Challenges of tech for making this work for everyone on multiple platforms is a bit awkward.
Stephanie Barko
02:09:00
We were from all the\\\\\
claudiacanasto
02:09:01
Wow! I’m so grateful for this time to connect and be together. Thank you to the leaders of this group for doing this.
Mary Boone
02:09:02
We did go deeply and we shared the hosting responsibility
CharlotteY
02:09:04
When people are on different "modes" (e.g., only chat, versus via voice) is sometimes difficult to jump from the different modes
Mary Thompson
02:09:11
Willingness to take a risk and try this new connection. Learning moment. . . caused by the virus.
CharlotteY
02:09:13
lovely to hear people's similar experiences
Stephanie Barko
02:09:19
We were from all three coasts and DC. Good stuff!
Tracy
02:09:23
We had a great conversation in group 11. Talked about our commonalities in worries on connecting, working, and supporting one another. We thought of ways to utilize CC and other means of connecting with Ben Franklin Circles, Common Ground, Living Room Conversations - all by bringing individuals virtually together over sharing a drink, meal, etc. WE need to be our own advocates in brining community together.
Anna Wolfe
02:09:25
Features/layout on these online technologies vary depending on devices participants are using— have to work together to navigate
Karen Ramirez
02:09:27
amazing to meet people from all over and learn their stories. Wonderful to share experiences and resources.
Martha Machnik
02:09:29
Value of togetherness and our collective humanity
Anri
02:09:30
learned new perspectives and tips to better ourselves!
Nancy Kranich
02:09:31
Taking responsibility to help CALM
Lina Cramer
02:09:33
I see lots of ways to use this format / design. Thank you!
Steve Brigham
02:09:43
Feel connected to the people I just met. Heartwarming and valuable.!
xxc375
02:09:45
acknowledge our feelings
Martine Culbertson
02:09:47
To Richard, Christine and Kim - I was listening eve though wasn't able to speak (856-795-8485) - feel free to call me in future
Tara Martin-Milius
02:09:54
I love the small group conversations, creates a more intimate experience ...
Mary Thompson
02:09:54
Group 14 wants to reconnect in a month's time.
Barb, Minnesota, USA
02:10:03
Look at what I have that I could give away to help those who have less to stay connected and move forward. E.g., by giving my spare electronics to schools.
arwen
02:10:04
learning and sharing and agreeing that we have to experiment and learn and accept imperfection
Tracy
02:10:05
Can you send out instructions for ZOOMING like this with large groups and facilitating for us new users to host?
***Egor Cusmaunsa
02:10:09
take responsibility and take care of others
susan
02:10:18
Extremely authentic. Everyone wanting to help, share, exchange, and connect. Moving forward and growing! Advancing
claudiacanasto
02:10:31
Will this be a weekly event? I hope so!
Mary Boone
02:10:34
Feeling really grateful to you all for doing this session!
Rob Alexander
02:10:42
Is there a calendar for Conversation Cafes around the country where I could have my students sign up and join to participate?
Joan - Texas
02:10:42
We feel that this may be the way of the future, but more training needed.
Carolyn Penny
02:10:49
Thank you for hosting and moderating, Courtney and Susan! Thank you all for participating in such a generous spirit!
Jeff Prudhomme
02:10:49
It worked well to get each of us connected and I came away with a sense of hopefulness of our better selves that we might carry forward beyond the time of pandemic.
Tom Atlee
02:10:51
Need playfulness as we develop more and more online stuff and need/want to connect with each other = overwhelm unless we have a “let to and have fun” attitude
Tara Martin-Milius
02:10:52
Nice way to share information and methods for managing connections...
Mary Boone
02:10:55
My membership was just made worthwhile! I'm a new member.
Marilene & Brian
02:10:58
People being real and vulnerable is beautiful
Tracy
02:11:03
G'day! Victor!
Rollie Cole
02:11:22
How does Zoom divide into groups? Is it random, order of joining, whatever?
Seb Salazar
02:11:41
can we get some of the technical aspects of Zoom?
Liz Dubelman
02:11:42
A facilitator does it
Mary Boone
02:11:44
Rollie, you can assign people or do it randomly
Rhonda Bergeron
02:11:48
You guys did a GREAT job! Thank you for sharing this with us.
Ona Ferguson
02:11:53
Rollie Cole - you can have zoom divide people up randomly or you can assign people.
claudiacanasto
02:11:55
One of the major TV show ought to feature you talking about this!
susan stuart clark
02:11:57
Can you assign people tp the break outs?
Kathy McGrane - MN
02:11:58
The attachments to the invitation are excellent
Srividya Ramasubramanian
02:12:00
Worked out great. Would love to hear about assigning folks to breakout groups.
Kelly Ferrara
02:12:00
Rollie, you can do either randomly assignment of participants to breakouts or assign them
Rob Alexander
02:12:01
Was this just a Zoom Pro subscrriptions?
Wendy Lowe
02:12:02
I think our group was struck by the opportunity to turn from a horror of the pandemic to a recommitment to what brings life to community. The deep listening was powerful.
Martha Machnik
02:12:28
just wonderful! I felt really connected with my small group!
susan stuart clark
02:12:33
Courtney and Susan — BIG thank you.
Kelly Ferrara
02:12:33
Hi Wendy
Tara Martin-Milius
02:12:52
Many thanks for the opportunity to do this...
Ona Ferguson
02:12:53
Thank you! This was a helpful and peaceful interlude to the day and week.
Wendy Lowe
02:12:56
Thank you so much about the opportunity to participate today.
Kathy McGrane - MN
02:13:01
WE need to remember those who do not have connectivity ity
Nicole Farkouh
02:13:04
really grateful for this. thank you!!
Marilene & Brian
02:13:04
As a host, I couldn’t see how to mute each person.
Rollie Cole
02:13:07
I love the idea of random assignment; helps with the diversity. We need to have a common language (English in this case) -- but have no need to be in the same place.
Amy Phillips
02:13:16
How do you support hosts in virtual rooms who don't have any facilitation experience?
Marilene & Brian
02:13:18
It wasn’t an issue but would be good to know
Rhonda Bergeron
02:13:29
Zoom is offering free webinars to tran on the tech. Go to zoom.us and check it out.
Pam Korza
02:13:39
Thank you so much. Will look forward to the learning. Do you feel there is an upper limit to the number of participants? Or does Zoom define an upper limit?
Victor Perton
02:13:59
Optimism is difficult in these times. May I offer you inspiring thoughts and an optimism community. May I offer Free membership Centre for Optimism centreforoptimism.com send me an email victorperton@gmail.com
claudiacanasto
02:14:01
Given the vital role of conversation in a democracy, why doesn’t mainstream media feature conversations activists like YOU? No invites from Rachel Maddow?
Joan - Texas
02:14:07
we talked about using it for neighborhood discussions and information
Rollie Cole
02:14:07
I recommend playing with the "virtual background" feature; it takes away lots of the distraction of seeing "real places" behind you.
Lisa Utter
02:14:08
Agree with Rollie Cole - about diversity
CharlotteY
02:14:11
yay, yay using this as a positive transformation!
Prabha S
02:14:13
Pam depending on your subscription- you can go up to 500
Marilene & Brian
02:14:50
Hand Raised
Rollie Cole
02:15:04
I used to run statewide video conferences; the advice most needed is to get adequate light on your face.
Leda Cooks
02:15:37
I asked a question about the diversity of conversation cafes. Are they fairly homogenous in race and class background?
Rollie Cole
02:15:40
Only about 2/3's of us have what professionals would consider adequate lighting of the speaker's face.
Janice Thomson
02:15:56
I was struck by how much difficult young adults are having with confinement and communicating with each other in general. They more than anyone lack dialogue skills. Is there a way to train more young adults to use these kinds of simple communication methodologies + how might you reach them in the first place?
David Gouthro
02:16:12
I have been on similar calls that were time bounded. Sometimes helpful to leave the conversation open for folks that want to stick around after “time is up”. They can stay in the larger group or go back into breakouts.!
Meg Griffiths
02:16:18
I recommend having another person to serve as a technical assistant to help with the back-end logistics with such a big group, to manage break-outs, chat box, questions, hand raises, etc. Someone who isn’t facilitating/hosting and can focus on those things.
Lydia Hooper
02:16:41
Are there best practices for using the chat during a virtual conversation like this?
Michelle Laurie
02:16:47
Thanks to all and host. I have to leave but appreciate you setting this up and the opportunity to connect. Small groups function is really nice!
Rollie Cole
02:16:54
I read the materials -- they were great! (But you could add my point about getting light on your face <grin>).
Tara Martin-Milius
02:17:02
Agree Meg, 2 people works will for managing process
Courtney Breese
02:17:06
Here are the additional materials we've created for you: http://www.conversationcafe.org/for-hosts/resources-cafes-online/
Liz Dubelman
02:17:12
agreed about lightinh
Rob Alexander
02:17:12
I see that Zoom is offering discounts for K-12 teachers. Anyone aware of anything to help higher education teacher finish the semester?
Liz Dubelman
02:17:19
lighting
Courtney Breese
02:17:26
www.ncdd.org/rc
arwen
02:17:40
thank you so much, I need to get dinner on. I would like to participate in future ccs
Eva (GIZ Global Leadership Academy)
02:17:58
Dear Courtney, thank you so much!
Seb Salazar
02:18:02
4 people in a breakout was perfect because we could all be on the same screen in gallery mode. does gallery mode allow more on one screen and maximum how many?
Amy Phillips
02:18:54
Do we have questions we could use for the general public centered around the pandemic?
Debbie Schechter
02:20:01
As the Zoom host can you visit the breakouts one by one to check on how they're doing?
Courtney Breese
02:20:15
Hi Amy - there is a question doc on that link I just sent on the Conversation Café site
claudiacanasto
02:20:22
How can awareness of real dialogue, such as we practiced here, be expanded to the larger society via our education system and media?
Tara Martin-Milius
02:20:43
8 people in a group leads to social loafing and not enough connection time in my experience.
Sandy Heierbacher
02:20:49
I have to hop off in a minute, but people should join the Conversation Cafe facebook group and the National Coalition for Dialogue & Deliberation’s facebook group to stay updated on future zoom calls, trainings, and new Conversation Cafe resources!
jmr
02:21:25
Yes, that’s correct, ZOOM is HIPPA compliant
jmr
02:21:38
That’s why therapists use it
Lori Lewis
02:21:44
thanks sandy
Courtney Breese
02:21:55
Telehealth is a tool therapists (and some mediators) are using for confidentiality as well
Srividya Ramasubramanian
02:22:10
Can we use pseudonyms?
David Gouthro
02:22:20
https://compliancy-group.com/is-zoom-hipaa-compliant/
Prabha S
02:22:28
Thank you for a great session. Bye,
jmr
02:22:28
Correct!
Victor Perton
02:23:17
Yesterday, our water corporation board took a photo of the Board meeting via Zoom to show the team we were working in the same environment.
jmr
02:24:08
Thanks all - really useful and I send all of you good health, vision and community
Kim A Page
02:24:51
you can have 49 screens at the same time
Tracy
02:24:58
Need to leave. Everyone keep the faith, stay positive and healthy!
Lydia Hooper
02:25:09
Here’s an article on Zoom and privacy: https://blog.zoom.us/wordpress/2018/05/23/zoom-gdpr-compliance/
Tara Martin-Milius
02:25:46
Good for instant polls--all fill in info, at tone everyone posts at once.
Kim A Page
02:25:56
John Bredin wants to talk
Lori Lewis
02:26:24
that's why having co hosts can be helpful... one can look at chat
Kathy McGrane - MN
02:26:26
The chat its better than people going to their email
Barb, Minnesota, USA
02:26:44
Three hosts: tech, content and chat
kate
02:26:50
Thank you each! I must go, and this was very valuable. Go well conversation warriors <3
Joseph Patino
02:27:10
i remember you john
Joseph Patino
02:27:28
the author
Eva (GLAC)
02:27:30
We in the Thomas Huebl field always use the chat and we also work with 200+ participants sometimes, so far it alsways worked out smoothly, but yes, part of it is being centered in yourself and giving everyone the space you need
Nancy Kranich
02:28:27
Can you summarize I a few sentences with the link for us to promote through our own networks?
Lucas Cioffi
02:28:47
The “Mad Tea” facilitation technique is neat to use here in the chat where the facilitator asks a question like these and people fill in the blank, pause, and all hit “enter” at the same time. Examples:- What first inspired me in this work is…- Something we must learn to live with is…More info from the Liberating Structures community of practice: http://www.liberatingstructures.com/mad-tea/
Jeff Prudhomme
02:28:55
For poll questions on zoom, can you write them in advance and then post them as needed?
Susan Partnow
02:30:20
Yes Jeff: you create the poll in advance. You can also create the groups in advance
Christine Koehler
02:31:47
Right now they don’t limit the time to 45mn
Liz Dubelman
02:32:02
Fantastic
Courtney Breese
02:32:23
www.ncdd.org/donate
John Bredin
02:32:54
Yes Liz…agreed….fantastic!
Janice Thomson
02:32:59
Usually the first one or two times you use Zoom, they'll give you unlimited minutes (but don't tell you). I've also heard that during the pandemic, anyone with an .edu email address can get unlimited minutes.
Tara Martin-Milius
02:33:26
here are the links from chat to this point:
Tara Martin-Milius
02:33:56
http://ncdd.org/rc/wp-content/uploads/2010/06/ConvCafeHostManual.pdfhttp://www.ala.org/tools/librariestransform/libraries-transforming-communities/conversation-caf%C3%A9http://www.conversationcafe.org/wp-content/uploads/2020/03/CCs-Online.pdf: http://www.conversationcafe.org/for-hosts/resources-cafes-online/www.ncdd.org/rchttps://compliancy-group.com/is-zoom-hipaa-compliant/https://blog.zoom.us/wordpress/2018/05/23/zoom-gdpr-compliance/http://ncdd.org/rc/wp-content/uploads/2010/06/ConvCafeHostManual.pdfhttp://www.ala.org/tools/librariestransform/libraries-transforming-communities/conversation-caf%C3%A9http://www.conversationcafe.org/wp-content/uploads/2020/03/CCs-Online.pdf: http://www.conversationcafe.org/for-hosts/resources-cafes-online/www.ncdd.org/rchttps://compliancy-group.com/is-zoom-hipaa-compliant/https://blog.zoom.us/wordpress/2018/05/23/zoom-gdpr-compliance/http://www.liberatingstructures.com/mad-tea/
Victor Perton
02:34:22
Thanks - happy to help. Our central activity is asking people what makes you optimistic? Happy to help with cafes asking that question.
Kim A Page
02:35:09
2 rounds - no crossover talking - one final short round with reflection
Victor Perton
02:35:12
Susan, you have been brilliant!!
Kim Fons
02:35:19
I would love to be a part of a group that brings these about right now. Reach out to me directly after the session. I'd like more training so I can honor the process and do this well to best serve people. kim@bluewysteria.com
Kim A Page
02:35:22
big thank you, this was great
Srividya Ramasubramanian
02:35:25
Thank you so much! This is awesome.
Marilene & Brian
02:35:27
I recall having someone tell me, back in the day of CC in coffee shops, that it was the first time they witnessed healthy communication even in opposing ideas. These conversations serve many needs. <3
Courtney Breese
02:35:38
https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1SlEBXerKSJTlVrh56UuIAwSyqhWln7uFZN_UUsGiy1w/edit
Lloyd Hansen
02:35:52
Just go. Thank you to hosts and participants!
Mary
02:36:16
thank you all
Sofia Vidalis
02:36:27
Yes, I will be part of the team of hosts!
Pam Korza
02:36:48
Thank you so much for an insightful gathering. Much appreciated.
Lori Lewis
02:36:52
thanks so much
Anna van der Aa
02:36:53
Thanks - this has been great - i need to go now to cheer on our medical staff from the balcony - peace from Paris.
Susan Partnow
02:37:00
www.ncdd.org/donate
Rollie Cole
02:37:02
Courtney -- I will send you my lighting & background tips.
Joseph Patino
02:37:33
everyone wash ur hands lol
John Bredin
02:37:48
Thank you!
Marilene & Brian
02:37:55
I’m happy to help
Christine Koehler
02:37:58
thank you !!
Barb, Minnesota, USA
02:37:59
thank you all!
Mary Boone
02:38:07
Thank you guys SOOO much!
Joseph Patino
02:38:08
thank you!
Nancy Kranich
02:38:15
Go team!
Jeff Prudhomme
02:38:17
Thank you all! Stay healthy!
Wendy Lowe
02:38:20
Bless you everyone. Stay healthy and safe and may your loved ones as well!
Maiyim Baron
02:38:21
thank you - so good to reactivate this now when we really need it.
Egor Cusmaunsa (connect Linkedin)
02:38:27
👍👍👍🖤
Tom Atlee
02:38:29
You did this really well! More later….
Tara Martin-Milius
02:38:29
Thanks, I can probably help in a limited way to form groups in my region.
Bob Oberstein
02:38:31
Thank you to everyone. This has been wonderful. Stay healthy.
John Bredin
02:38:33
Feeling of gratitude
susan
02:38:41
Thank you. This has been extraordinary! I look forward to continuing the conversation.! Best of health and safety.
CharlotteY
02:38:43
Thanks so much! CY
Mary Boone
02:38:45
It went fast!!!
Marilene & Brian
02:38:46
Thank you all.
Seb Salazar
02:38:48
thanks to you all!
Lina Cramer
02:38:51
Thank you! Very helpful and illuminating!
Liz Dubelman
02:38:54
Thank you!
Mary Boone
02:39:01
Goodbye everyone and be safe!
Mary Boone
02:39:17
Courtney is the BOMB!!!