SDSU Sociology - Community Dialogue Series on Black Lives Matter Movement - Shared screen with speaker view
so we are live now?
If I start talking, everyone will hear?
saul guzman herrera
hi! I just want to make sure my volume is muted
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Thank you Jessica. The Moderator is Minjeong Kim.
Thank you Jessica! The moderator is Minjeong Kim.
Thanks for the curfews link! I’ve long wondered about the details for the curfews.
It is hard to work with both because once they get in they all make compromises that impact lives. We can look at homelessness, police brutality and education to see that regardless of conservative or liberal labels these systems are failing and none of them have changed that.
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Desiree-you are one of my role models. Thank you
I would add that the conservative elected officials dominate our political discourse. I am also not sure if many of the liberal democrats in San Diego how appreciate that they are not too far off from the conservative republicans- especially when it comes to criminal justice issues. This political discourse helps to keep us locked in a horrible status quo for people of color.
Racial Justice Coalition of San Diego
Cullors' quote is powerful.
Racial Justice Coalition of SD Bukidomingos
Buki Domingos from RJCSD. Thank you all for presenting tonight. please feel free to connect with us at www.rjcsd.org
Thank you Buki.
Thank you Paige.
From Buki Domingos from RJCSD: Thank you all for presenting tonight. please feel free to connect with us at www.rjcsd.org
From Paige Hernandez: https://jlukewood.com/black-minds-matter/
thank you to all the amazing panelists! <3
Great presentation Tasha!!!
Thank you, Tasha. I admire your work so much.
When will the presentation be available?
the recorded version
It will be posted on our website within 1 or 2 days at sociology.sdsu.edu
The recording of this webinar
From Bryan Peraza: Focusing on the looting takes the focus away from the numerous, ruthless deaths that have occurred at the hands of law enforcement. It essentially suggests that replaceable objects are more deserving of attention and we should focus on those people instead of murderous cops.
“Caring for myself is not self-indulgence, it is self-preservation, and that is an act of political warfare.”- Audre Lorde
Thank you all for presenting and giving your insights. There should be more of these talks.
Thank you all for attending.
Very much appreciated
Thank you for the opportunity.
Thank you all!
Darwin Fishman, Desiree Smith and Tasha Williamson
Thank you Monica!