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MMIW Workshop: Indigneous People's Day 4 - Shared screen with speaker view
Jennifer Rodriguez
23:00
Hi guys!! I am an EY mentor! Welcome to this workshop! Thanks for setting up this workshop NRC assistants!
Carol Robinson-Zañartu
24:32
Carol Robinson-Zañartu
Carol Robinson-Zañartu
24:50
Native Scholars Project.. grateful that you are talking about this critical issue
Chris Medellin (he/him/his)
24:52
Introduce us to you! Name, pronouns, tribe/nation and one thing your are grateful for
Whitney B.
25:00
Whitney Liera, She/Her Cahuilla Band of Indians Grateful to be here.
Tamara Strohauer
25:39
Tamara Strohauer, she/her/hers SERVE Indigenous Social Workers for Change, Lecturer SDSU School of Social Work. I am deeply grateful for these powerful women who will share their knowledge and hearts with us today!
Aliassa Shane
25:42
Aliassa Shane, She/Her pronouns, Shoshone-Paiute and Aleut - Thankful to be an alumni joining from Anchorage, Alaska and to see my sister on here :)
Sam Beltram (She/her/hers) www.mypronouns.org/what-and-why
26:57
Sam (she/her/hers) Ute. So grateful for this week lifting up our communities & the issues of settler colonialism that we continue to resist! Thank you!
Ita Esquivel
27:29
Ita Nu Nuchi, She/her, Apache & Comanche, I am extremely grateful for the opportunity to be here.
Tamara Strohauer
27:31
Thank you Shurene and Whitney! Humbled to hear from you today!
Aliassa Shane
29:33
It's so good to see you Whitney!
Chris Medellin (he/him/his)
30:08
Help us get to know who is with us today! Add your Name, pronouns, Tribe/Nation and one thing you are grateful for today here in the chat!
Faith Williams
30:55
Faith Williams, she/her, SDSU student AMIND 110, grateful to be learning about this critical subject!
Elybeth Alcantar
31:10
Chaando! Nañii Elybeth Alcantar.Hello all, my name is Elybeth Alcantar.(she/they), I'm Ñuu savi (Mixtec) and am extremely grateful to be here today and meet these lovely presenters!
Loryn Nieto
32:53
Loryn Nieto, she/her, I am grateful to live with clean air <3
Kendra Barry
33:26
Kendra Barry, she/her, grateful to learn more about indigenous women
Sam Beltram (She/her/hers) www.mypronouns.org/what-and-why
38:58
Thank you so much for spreading he message if It’s not ok to wear Indian costumes
Sam Beltram (She/her/hers) www.mypronouns.org/what-and-why
39:03
https://www.google.com/search?client=safari&channel=iphone_bm&ei=GcyIX6zVCduy0PEP3dOq6AY&q=my+culture+is+not+a+costume+indian&oq=my+culture+is+not+a+costume+indi&gs_lcp=ChNtb2JpbGUtZ3dzLXdpei1zZXJwEAEYATIHCCEQChCgATIHCCEQChCgATIHCCEQChCgATIHCCEQChCgATIHCCEQChCgAToECAAQRzoFCAAQyQM6AggAOgYIABAWEB46BQghEKABOgUIIRCrAjoICCEQFhAdEB5Q-oQBWPWfAWC_rAFoAHABeACAAagBiAHVBZIBAzAuNZgBAKABAcgBCMABAQ&sclient=mobile-gws-wiz-serp#imgrc=XWGQ1HEADjGzhM
Shurene P.
42:27
Shurene Premo, Tikka Pati, Newe Numa Nation, (she, her, hers).
Sam Beltram (She/her/hers) www.mypronouns.org/what-and-why
42:33
Thank you for break in’ it down! Awesome presentation!
Tamara Strohauer
42:50
THANK YOU WHITNEY!!!
Sam Beltram (She/her/hers) www.mypronouns.org/what-and-why
43:03
Song for MMIWG: https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=4KMYi-2BMsI
Noreen M Anthony-Tabar
43:18
Was this indigenous women 10 time the national average just the United States? Or through Mexico and central and south America?
Whitney B.
43:26
Thank you for sharing the song
Susie Gallo (She/Her)
43:33
The average for the US
Alyzza Lucena
43:40
Yes
Tamara Strohauer
57:11
Thank you for your passion, wisdom and voice Shurene!
Sam Beltram (She/her/hers) www.mypronouns.org/what-and-why
57:35
That was powerful! Thank you for your strong Medicine & for doing this work!
Alyzza Lucena
58:38
Please do.
Alyzza Lucena
01:01:58
Thank you, very powerful.
Mateo Gin Tarango
01:02:00
Thank you so much for sharing your story and for your sensitivity around these topics
Tamara Strohauer
01:02:12
THANK YOU SHURENE, you are my hero :)
Quill Head
01:12:50
Thank you very much🙏🏽
Shurene P.
01:15:23
Beautiful!!!
Patty Yant
01:16:08
Thank you to all of you for your most important and heartfelt sharing…
Tamara Strohauer
01:39:06
National Indigenous Women's Resource Center, La Jolla Honorable Vice Chairwoman Wendy Schlater Avellaka Program https://www.niwrc.org/sb/wendy-schlater
Alexandria Ybarra
01:39:48
pls share your socials 🙏🏽
Shurene P.
01:39:59
Thank you, for al of the work you do! A strong, Indigenous woman and your work is appreciated!!!! # HISTORICAL RESILIENCE <3
Alyzza Lucena
01:40:14
Thank you for sharing, very powerful.
Tamara Strohauer
01:40:26
Thank you for your powerful words, work and heart Jordan! blessings to you always!!!
Mateo Gin Tarango
01:40:49
Thank you very much, incredibly powerful and relevant
Sam Beltram (She/her/hers) www.mypronouns.org/what-and-why
01:42:42
Thank you for running for -and dedicating your platform to our People & to justice! Thank you for your beautiful intersectional vision of unity & giving voice to settler colonialism and violence impacting them too.
Sam Beltram (She/her/hers) www.mypronouns.org/what-and-why
01:45:04
https://www.google.com/search?q=Picture+of+Risalie+Fish+MMiW%3A&tbm=isch&ved=2ahUKEwjj89Hl4LfsAhWKl54KHZZrB80Q2-cCegQIABAC&oq=Picture+of+Risalie+Fish+MMiW%3A&gs_lcp=ChJtb2JpbGUtZ3dzLXdpei1pbWcQAzIHCCEQChCrAjIHCCEQChCrAjoCCCk6BQgAEM0COgIIADoECAAQGDoECAAQAzoECAAQQzoFCAAQsQM6BQgpEKsCOgUIKRCxAzoHCAAQsQMQQzoECAAQDToECCEQCjoFCCEQqwI6BAgeEApQ9RFY6KMBYMqpAWgDcAB4AIABtAKIAd4ukgEJMTYuMzYuMC4xmAEAoAEBsAEWwAEB&sclient=mobile-gws-wiz-img&ei=2tuIX-OeJYqv-gSW153oDA&bih=553&biw=375&client=safari&prmd=ivn#imgrc=awacXpmsOK5XWM
Sam Beltram (She/her/hers) www.mypronouns.org/what-and-why
01:45:22
The above link is a pix of Rosalie Fish.
Alexandria Ybarra
01:46:00
socials pls!!
Jennifer Rodriguez
01:46:18
Thank you so much Jordan!!
Jordan
01:46:32
JORDAN: IG - @nativein_la / @rising_hearts
Elybeth Alcantar
01:48:14
Thank you so much to all our wonderful speakers .
Aliassa Shane
01:48:45
Link for a video about the Family Wellness Warriors Initiative
Aliassa Shane
01:48:48
https://youtu.be/V1DL62iUxgU
Aliassa Shane
01:49:07
Warning - It can be triggering
Perla Urtiz
01:49:10
Thank you all so much for your powerful and inspirational words!
Jordan
01:50:18
Here is a short film of Rosalie and I about THE MISSING via VICE - https://video.vice.com/en_us/video/the-2020-project-e3-missing/5e7d1f0da96c4a346b7f90f9
Jordan
01:51:17
JORDAN - here is my website to get in touch with me - www.jordanmariedaniel.com
Tamara Strohauer
01:56:15
Patty the recording will be available on our NRC Website under archived events https://diversity.sdsu.edu/cultural-centers/native-resource/programs-and-events
Tamara Strohauer
02:00:08
Public Law 280 in California
Michelle Lenoue
02:01:47
Thank you all, so much
Tamara Strohauer
02:08:45
Thank you all for this important discussion, for your prayers, your hearts, and passion. Thank you Jordan, Shurene and Whitney, and thank you NRC for this space!
Chris Medellin (he/him/his)
02:09:11
its a way for the the US gov to say, “trust us to handle your issues. Let us step in and save the day.”
Tamara Strohauer
02:09:20
Blessings to you all!
Mackie Robinette
02:12:40
Thank you so much for this inspiring workshop! Make the people aware.
Noreen M Anthony-Tabar
02:13:01
Thank you
Alyzza Lucena
02:13:29
Thank you for your answers. Appreciate your time.
Jordan
02:13:36
Appreciate you all so much - for attending and listening to us! And Lila Philamayaye / thank you very much to Susie, Haley and Chris for creating this virtual space to bring us all together! <3
Gabriela Kovats Sánchez (she/her)
02:13:41
Thank you so much for creating this space to have these urgent conversations
Sam Beltram (She/her/hers) www.mypronouns.org/what-and-why
02:13:45
Can NRC please do a May 5th MMIWG event with our presenters from today?
Diana (she/her)
02:14:14
thank you presenters!!!
Aleta Mascorro (she/her)
02:14:31
Thank you all for making this happen!!!