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Linda Parker Memorial Lecture with Sarah Whitt - Shared screen with speaker view
bélgica del río (she/her/ella)
29:52
Good afternoon everyone
Olivia Chilcote (she/her)
35:36
Dr. Whitt's recent article is available for open access: 'Care and Maintenance': Indigeneity, Disability and Settler Colonialism at the Canton Asylum for Insane Indians, 1902-1934 https://dsq-sds.org/article/view/8463/6299
Gwendalle Cooper
44:46
I appreciate this excellent presentation, but due to a prior engagement I have to leave early. Thank you all.
Linda Locklear
46:02
Nice to see you Gwen,
Karen
01:13:07
Is the school still in PA?
Karen
01:13:31
Like a historic cite
Amanda Barrios Griggs (she/her)
01:18:46
What are your thoughts on the Federal Boarding School Initiatives in congress and the approach Canada has taken to providing funding for mental health services to survivors?
Amanda Barrios Griggs (she/her)
01:24:53
Thanks so much for your answer
Kimberly Walden
01:25:13
Huya from Cultural Dept. staff at the Chitimacha Tribe of Louisiana! We enjoyed your talk!
Chris Goen
01:32:55
Thank you Dr. Whitt
Christian Feliciano
01:33:05
thank you
bélgica del río (she/her/ella)
01:33:05
Thank you Dr. Whitt!
whitnee fountain
01:33:05
thank you'
Amanda Barrios Griggs (she/her)
01:33:07
Wado Dr. Whitt!
Professor Waipuk He/Him/His
01:33:10
Thank you Dr. Whitt!
Caleigh Cornell
01:33:10
Thank you so much for sharing your important work!
Tina Solórzano Fletcher, CCE So VP
01:33:12
thank you!
Marina De La Cruz
01:33:23
Thank you!
Angelo Ocana
01:33:25
Thank you! Where can we find the recorded meeting?
Sam Elle
01:33:27
Thank you so much!