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Regional Training Webinars: Alphabet Soup 101 - Shared screen with speaker view
Amber
33:19
Amber Morczek
Thalia Lomeli
33:23
Thalia Lomeli
Heather Erskine
33:25
Heather Erskine
Dawn Brown
33:28
Dawn Brown
Jennifer Ryz-Mann
33:31
Jennifer Ryz-Mann
Hannah Belleau
33:32
Hannah Belleau
Lindsay Yates
33:34
Hi, this is Judy Henderson. Hi Holly.
Stephanie Augdahl
33:37
Stephanie Augdahl
Lisa Lynn Chapman
33:37
Lisa Lynn Chapman
Jennifer Olsen
33:40
Jennifer Olsen
Dana Seidlinger
33:40
Dana Seidlinger
Sarah Johnson
33:41
Sarah Johnson
Sandra Dieterich-Hughes
33:41
Sandra Dieterich-Hughes
Debbie Odle
33:48
Debbie Odle
Lisa McAllister
33:50
Lisa McAllister RCC
Monica
33:50
Good Morning. Monica Roberts; S.A.F.E. House
Chris Ekroos
34:10
Chris Ekroos
Lisa Lynn Chapman
34:30
Hi there Holly!
Lacie Crawford
35:38
Good morning! Lacie Crawford
Kristi Burch
35:46
Kristi Burch
Sandra Dieterich-Hughes
36:00
It’s interesting to see how we make assumptions!
Sonia Aguilar
36:05
Hi, Sonia Aguilar.
Lauren Reid
36:23
Lauren Reid
Kristi Burch
36:28
Hi-Jenny Wilkinson
Elynne Greene
36:30
Good morning, Elynne Greene
Chelsie
36:34
Chelsie Lawter
Kadie Zeller
36:36
Kadie Zeller
Angela Reyes
36:48
Angela Reyes SafeNest
Minerva Perez
36:59
Good Morning, Minerva Perez
Maria Doucettperry
37:03
Maria Doucettperry
Nevada Coalition
37:04
Good morning all! Please remember to put your first and last name in the chat for attendance.
Lauren Traveller
37:14
Lauren Traveller
Stefanie Flores
37:16
Stefanie Flores
Dawn Taylor
37:20
Hello - Dawn Taylor
Necie
37:21
Necie Tiffany, Rosa Rodriguez, and Paola Gutierrez
Ta-Tiana Anderson-Hall
38:02
Ta-Tiana Anderson-Hall
Patty Sanborn
38:17
Patty Sanborn
Lisa Lynn Chapman
38:22
The video about the boy in the wheelchair and the assumption made was incredibly impactful. It is a reminder that not all disabilities are visual. And assumptions are dangerous
Kelsey Hurlburt
38:39
Kelsey Hurlburt
Pam Russell
38:41
Hi Pam Russell here
Cassandra Munoz
39:20
Cassandra Munoz
Jackie Rhea
39:23
Hi this is Jackie with AEDV, sorry I am late
Sara Ozuna
39:32
Sara Ozuna
Cristina Lopez
39:44
Cristina Lopez
Lalaine Agbigay
39:55
Hi Lalaine Agbigay
Jacqueline Gaestos
40:02
Jacqueline Gaetos
Rochelle Proctor
40:02
Rochelle Proctor
fosterx
40:29
Xavier Foster
Jameelah Lewis
40:40
Jameelah Lewis ❤
Chelsie
41:00
I had mixed feelings about the Beauty in Diversity video. One thing I didn’t like much about it was that it pushed a narrative that things are worse in the world than they have ever been before. If we look at the arc of history, we are a considerably less violent and more accepting society worldwide, though there is more room to improve. I think it is better to celebrate our progress while talking about the fact that we have room to grow, rather than promoting a depressing and untrue narrative about our society being worse than ever before. But I loved the point that diversity adds richness, depth, and beauty to our world. This is so true!
Amanda Haboush Deloye
41:02
Amanda Haboush Deloye
Traci Trenoweth
41:03
Traci Trenoweth from AEDV in Carson
Mayra Pacheco (they/them)
41:05
Mayra Pacheco - Good morning y'all! :)
Nevada Coalition
41:18
Thanks for joining today everyone! Please put your first and last name in the chat for attendance if you haven't already.
DA
41:30
Dalila Aguilar
Serena Evans
41:58
Serena Evans
Tammy Thornton
42:44
Tammy Thornton
Rhonda Roth
43:59
Krae Waller, AEDV
Annie Allen
44:05
Annie Allen
Kristi Burch
44:11
Daylisi Talavera-Hernandez
Nevada Coalition
44:43
Please remember to put your first and last name in the chat for attendance, if you haven't already!
Denise Rosen
44:52
Denise Rosen, SERV (NJ)
Mayra Castro
44:58
Mayra Castro
Rhonda Roth
45:10
Rhonda Roth, Advocates to End Domestic Violence
Breezy
45:16
Good Morning! Breezy Younkin, Safe Embrace
Stefanie Flores
45:28
Carrie Smyser, SAFE House
Rhonda Roth
46:23
This is Lisa Lee, I am logging in under Rhonda Roth name as well. Tried changing the name but it was not allowing me to do so
Karissa Garr, LCSW
49:11
Karissa Garr
Dawn Taylor
53:51
So important for inclusion and give voices in research opportunities
Amanda Haboush Deloye
54:42
Do you know that they didn't consult anyone? not everyone with a disability or in any context may seem the same issues. So if they did consult someone in a wheel chair that person may not have thought of that as an issue? Just curious.
Amanda Haboush Deloye
57:17
I'm sorry, I do understand that. I am not saying just in this circumstance, I am just saying in general sometimes people still don't see the same things. It was more of a comment for a broader thought.
Connie Robertson
01:00:00
Connie Robertson
Chelsie
01:00:02
Thank you so much for teaching us about your lived experience.
Carrie Smyser
01:00:07
Thank you for this conversation! Thanks Lisa!
Dawn Taylor
01:00:15
Languaging is important - we focus on problem oriented word choices like violence instead of solution oriented such as healing. Same with ableism vs focusing on not being able to - which one is being highlighted more? Negative right?
Ta-Tiana Anderson-Hall
01:00:19
Thank you Lisa!!
Sandra Dieterich-Hughes
01:00:27
Thank you, Lisa, for bringing this to our attention. Helping us to see “with your eyes”.
Cristina Lopez
01:00:40
thank you Lisa!
Lisa Lynn Chapman
01:00:42
Thank you for your honesty and candor.
Jameelah Lewis
01:00:46
Go off and educate us all Lisa ❤❤❤
Cassandra Munoz
01:00:46
Thanks Lisa!!
Jennifer Olsen
01:01:49
Thank you Lisa. I am Hard of Hearing and I saw the video from a different lens (from the perspective of the Deaf). I really appreciate you for speaking up and reminding us of ableism and disability inspiration porn. I so appreciate you for speaking up.
DA
01:04:16
@Lisa McAllister & @Jennifer Olsen. I would like to follow you on Twitter if you consent. Thank you! dalila_y@yahoo.com
Lisa Lynn Chapman
01:04:30
humbing
Lisa Lynn Chapman
01:04:37
humbling
Ta-Tiana Anderson-Hall
01:05:09
I felt like "AMEN"
Lisa McAllister she/they
01:05:52
I recommend #disabilitytwitter for folks who want to learn more
DA
01:06:00
Thank you!
Maclane Olson
01:06:14
Thank you Lisa!
Dawn Taylor
01:06:34
I appreciate your voice Lisa
Minerva Perez
01:06:53
Thank you, Lisa ! Minerva Perez
Stefanie Flores
01:07:33
Thank you for sharing this with us Lisa.
Nevada Coalition
01:08:27
For those of you just joining us, please remember to put your first and last name in the chat for attendance!
Natasha Hemenway
01:08:45
Natasha Hemenway
Dawn Taylor
01:08:54
Bi-directional violence. Difficulty identifying who is a victim vs. micro-aggressor
Jackie Rhea
01:11:42
hi we just got back on, this is Jackie with AEDV
Dawn Taylor
01:13:47
More barriers for men to access shelter and trans in particular to access shelters - more isolation
Mayra Pacheco (they/them)
01:14:49
So true!
Lisa McAllister she/they
01:15:33
folks to follow on Twitter @mama_mcallister@judithheumann@stynalane@laurawritesit@BlackDisability@HijaDe2Madre@4WheelWorkOut@DisVisibility@Imani_Barbarin@CoffeeSpoonie
DA
01:15:51
Thanks, Lisa! :)
Dawn Taylor
01:18:39
Moving to start over to get away from violence to places of healing is very common - from findings of my pilot research
DA
01:29:52
Okay. That makes sense.
Dawn Taylor
01:32:16
Manipulative behavior exists where those accused make an example of the person who speaks up so that they feel guilty for speaking up and pushed away from mutual friends and supports
Lisa Lynn Chapman
01:32:23
This also bring up the safety of the abusive partner when attending Batterers Intervention if it is not LGBT focused
Nevada Coalition
01:36:54
To those just joining, please remember to put your name in the chat for attendance.
Kevin Tomlin
01:39:02
Kevin Tomlin Thank you!
Dawn Taylor
01:39:37
Hurting those closest when they do not have a way to express those emotions
Lisa McAllister she/they
01:47:04
so when a gay man is raped by a stranger, is that in a “jump out of the bushes” type rape, or more like, chatting with rapist at bar and they follow victim out and attack?
Jameelah Lewis
01:47:55
also advocating for LGBTQ folx incarcerated!!!
Dawn Taylor
01:48:24
At Jameelah - good point
Jameelah Lewis
01:50:46
Thank you I am an advocate against sexual violence in detention facilities with The Rape Crisis Center, and because they are apart of the "invisible" community they are often missing from these conversations
Connie Robertson
01:57:30
where is that found? sorry, I missed it. poor connection today for me
DA
01:57:58
I believe they will be emailed to us later, Connie.
Nevada Coalition
01:57:59
These assessments will be sent out in the follow up email I send later today!
Connie Robertson
01:58:20
thank you
Jacquelyn Norman-Poland
01:58:32
thank you
Dawn Taylor
01:58:46
JHU DV unit is working on the Danger Assessment tool for LGBTQ
Elynne Greene
01:58:51
perfect
Minerva Perez
01:59:11
Thank you for the resources/ Minerva Perez
Patty Sanborn
01:59:26
these are great resources - thank you
DA
01:59:29
I would like more information on the training you mentioned. Thank you!
Nevada Coalition
01:59:57
thecenterlv.org
Jameelah Lewis
02:00:06
What resources does The Center offer to incarcerated people?
Lisa McAllister she/they
02:00:19
so when a gay man is raped by a stranger, is that in a “jump out of the bushes” type rape, or more like, chatting with rapist at bar and they follow victim out and attack?
Jacquelyn Norman-Poland
02:00:53
rape is rape
Lisa McAllister she/they
02:01:41
thank you!
Chelsie
02:01:41
This was a really useful class today. Thank you!
Jameelah Lewis
02:01:51
thanks
Jacquelyn Norman-Poland
02:02:00
Jacquelyn Norman-Poland
Necie
02:02:03
can you put Holly's contact info back up please!?
Trisha Baird
02:02:12
Trisha Baird
Minerva Perez
02:02:22
Minerva Perez
Sonia Aguilar
02:02:30
Is there a thecenter in Northern NV?
Sonia Aguilar
02:02:47
Thanks
Lindsay Yates
02:03:01
Check the NCEDSV training calendar for upcoming training on prevention in August presented by CALCASA.
Traci Trenoweth
02:03:27
Thank you so much!
Connie Robertson
02:03:32
thank you to all for your time today
Lisa McAllister she/they
02:03:33
thanks for giving me space
Patty Sanborn
02:04:09
Thank you! Great session!
Lacie Crawford
02:04:22
Thank you!