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Black History Learning Journey - Series 1: Webinar 2 - Shared screen with speaker view
Alexandra Theroux, CSCNS (She/Her)
31:20
Hi Everyone - if you're having any tech / connectivity issues send me a message in the Q&A and I'll try to help troubleshoot :)
Emma Beukema (She/her) CSCNS
45:46
Hi Folks, You can find the resources, presentations and recordings can be found on our site: https://www.csc-ns.ca/black-history-learning-journey/
Emma Beukema (She/her) CSCNS
54:19
The book Sarah mentioned: https://www.chapters.indigo.ca/en-ca/books/product/9780486406619-item.html?s_campaign=goo-Shopping_Smart_Books&gclid=CjwKCAjwqvyFBhB7EiwAER786T17D3qmcgBMoq6MLtk4ROrQ0CgmTV8hJEWjlh5pFwMIWwTvIDaMxRoCP0YQAvD_BwE&gclsrc=aw.ds
Sarah MacInnes
58:33
Thank you everyone - happy to share.
Sarah MacInnes
58:39
My email is sarah.macinnes@canada.ca
Annette
59:10
Thank you so much for sharing this very interesting and important history.
Vanessa Fells
01:04:52
Are parents taught us this place was called them the slave farms
Sugar
01:25:12
If at auctions...I feel like if a white child was also placed in front of them and then was dealing with the same transaction of horrifyingly disrespectful events to then teach them the power of equality. A lot sooner, though it would be risky, I'm sure the rebels be up for it. I apologize if this is impolite at a alll. Also it would be a child or an elder to teach them about the respect of age. Also if
Sugar
01:25:58
it was a woman it would've taught them the comparrison of gender. Again sorry if too outspoken. I am sorry.
Sugar
01:27:05
The reason I speak of the ausctions is because it was such a large community event that everyones attention would be there.
Sugar
01:28:57
Anyone and everyone belongs, to love who they love, and to have what they need. In peace and repsect. (As I believe, this is just all my opinions and thoughts I take full responsiblity for anything said.
Joan
01:30:41
thank you everyone. I will look for the recording ...well that is my plan. I have to leave...again.
Joan
01:30:54
be safe and well, everyone.
Alexandra Theroux, CSCNS (She/Her)
01:31:15
craig.smith@rcmp-grc.gc.ca
Sara
01:34:28
Thank you Craig!
Janice
01:34:43
Thank you.
Sugar
01:48:02
But people have evolved because they were taught lessons and that is why education is so important. And People for a long time learned through actions.
Celeste
01:55:49
I would say when people get degrees in social work, medicine all health professions need this education also as required in their degree programs
Sarah MacInnes
02:08:10
Some information about Marie-Josephe Angelique, who Vanessa just referenced: https://www.thecanadianencyclopedia.ca/en/article/marie-joseph-angelique
Dione
02:13:37
Thank you!! Fantastic series and facilitators!
Antonia
02:13:41
Thank you for your generosity in sharing your expertise, experiences, and stories with us. These Tuesday afternoon sessions are quickly becoming the highlight of my week! Looking so forward to the next one.
Kevin
02:13:50
Thank you!
Ayla-Monic
02:13:58
Thank you for all that was shared here today and the efforts that have gone into producing these sessions!
Russell Grosse
02:13:58
Thanks for the opportunity today. Please feel to reach out: rgrosse@bccns.com or www.bccns.com
Annette
02:14:03
Thank you!
maria
02:14:04
thank you all
Marian
02:14:12
Thank you all!
Kelly
02:14:14
Thanks you so much for your generosity.
Sara
02:14:14
Thanks everyone!
Margaret
02:14:15
Thank you!
jacqueline
02:14:24
Thank you! Another great session. :)
Laura
02:14:25
Thanks for this experience!