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Disability Justice in the Time of COVID - Shared screen with speaker view
Carol Taylor
16:22
Carol Taylor from Falls Village, CDC.
Elizabeth McGee
16:37
Elizabeth McGee (she/her/hers). Sustainable CT Coach. Orange, CT.
Renae Reese - she/her
17:24
Renae, she/her, Hartford, glad to learn more about equity for people with disabilities
Carol Taylor
17:33
Pronouns she/her/hers
Kelly-Anne Moffa
18:03
Kelly-Anne Moffa (she/her/hers). Sustainable CT fellow. Granby, CT. I don’t know a lot about disability justice and I would like to learn more.
Carol Taylor
19:09
Inspired by our ongoing process with Sustainable CT and the Equity efforts we are engaged in Falls Village.
Amanda Arce
34:49
equity
Carol Taylor
34:58
No justice no peace!
Renae Reese - she/her
35:18
inclusion
Carol Taylor
35:20
Level the playing field.
Amanda Arce
35:31
education and awareness
Renae Reese - she/her
36:15
Rights involves changing laws and policies
Carol Taylor
36:36
Rights - temporary; justice - everlasting
Amanda Arce
37:04
justice is the big picture
Carol Taylor
37:38
Justice is a grounding force for the society.
Carol Taylor
01:12:23
I agree that defining our own value is critically important since as a Black woman very little else works. I believe for Justice to exist, there must be a power shift that disrupts the status quo. Covid is very illuminating.
Kelly-Anne Moffa
01:12:52
How can you make towns more accessible, not just in physical terms?
Renae Reese - she/her
01:17:26
This has been great! Thank you! I have a 2pm got to get to.
Sustainable CT Staff
01:17:58
Thanks for stopping by Renae!
Carol Taylor
01:18:06
Thank you for a great session.
Amanda Arce
01:19:05
thank you!!!
Kelly-Anne Moffa
01:19:07
Thank you!