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11:42
Westchester,ny
Catherine
11:45
Clifton VA near Washington DC
Luz Reynolds
11:50
Thank you for the texts : )
mariebcurry@gmail.com
11:57
Marie from Akron OH
Patricia Day
11:59
Patricia from Victorville, California
Valeria
12:06
Homewood, IL
Bonnie Cushing
12:07
bonnie from Montclair New Jersey!
Kristen Lyons
12:11
Kristen from Chicago
Erika Davies
12:28
Erika from Baltimore, MD
donna
12:29
Thanks for making more room! I’m here from Michigan!
Michelle Williams
12:29
Michelle from Ft. Washington, MD
deedee t
12:29
DeeDee from Alexandria
Cherise’s iPhone
12:32
Cherise from Walnut Creek, CA
Patricia Day
12:43
Fine
Robin Kirk
13:09
HI JOY!!!!
Cheryl
13:09
Hi Joy!
Caitlin Killian
13:10
Caitlin from New Jersey
Luz Reynolds
13:19
Cool! Yay! Joy!
Patricia Day
13:39
Hi Joy
Gloria Pan
14:13
This is the Zoom room link: https://momsrising.zoom.us/j/2671917826
Jo Ann Potashnick
14:30
Jo Ann from Chicago
thyme council
14:52
hi! this is thyme bham, al
Felicia Burnett
15:10
bottom left for the mute if you’re on a laptop.
Ann Freedman
15:19
anybody else have a periodic chime sounding? Or ideas about how to turn it off?
Felicia Burnett
15:33
Sorry, Ann. That’s the sound for when people are joining.
Nicolette she/her
15:34
is there any way the facilitators can mute the sound effects for people adding or chatting?
thyme council
15:35
yes same
Debbie
15:40
I have the chime
Jennifer
15:41
the chime sound is a new person entering
Baila
15:48
It just means someone new is entering
Shai
15:49
hey Joy it worked. thanks for the new link.
Joy
16:26
Hi folks! This is our KeepMarching email: keepmarching@momsrising.org
iPhone
16:32
Hi, this is Elizabeth in Pittsboro, NC
Joy
16:50
So glad to see folks on here!!!! Get excited for an awesome conversation!!!!!!
Marci
17:28
There must be a way to stop the chime.
Inbal Sansani (she/her)
17:30
Is there any way to stop the "sign on" chime?
Inbal Sansani (she/her)
17:46
(It may be too late to do once the mtg. started.)
Dianne McAdams-Jones
17:54
turn you sound donw
Candace Thompson
18:30
How about we just ignore it?
Dianne McAdams-Jones
18:32
Go back to the meeting ID and turn it off....that is where it is
Inbal Sansani (she/her)
18:50
It's all good; we will deal with it!
Rebecca Gorlin
19:12
Can you please speak closer to the mic? We’re hard of hearing and struggling to hear.
Robin Kirk
20:05
Play sound when participants join or leavePlay sound when participants join or leaveThe play sound setting for people entering is under Settings/in meetings (basic)
donna
20:25
I wish I had my kids around me! I am an extrovert here as well!
Debbie
20:45
i can
Jennifer
20:46
we can hear you
Burl Cone
20:48
I hear you fine.
Greg Corning
20:49
I hear you all fine.
Felicity Figueroa
20:49
Yes, we can hear perfectly!
Robin Kirk
20:51
You are coming through!
DonnaJoy
20:53
I can hear.
lucky lynch
20:57
I can hear you
Cheryl
21:01
I can hear very well
Steve Chesler
21:04
here you fine in Brooklyn!
Debbie Salahi
21:16
I can
Bonnie Cushing
23:34
Isn't the individualism embedded in whiteness have something to do with the lack of solidarity behind this pandemic?
Robin Kirk
23:41
I think most people aren’t seeing this with their own eyes. Medical folks are but most people are not seeing anything but empty streets and stores.
Diane
24:14
Bonnie - yes!
Debbie
24:17
Isn’t seeing empty streets and stores kind of seeing it with their own eyes?
Marci
25:06
Let's call it "physical distancing" - we need social closeness, just not physically.
Cheryl
25:07
Unfortunately since we're just hearing about the numbers of death, but not so much of personal stories - I'm thinking personal stories might help?
Mary Bernstein’s iPad
25:35
the Atlantic had a great piece showing that rurL
Burl Cone
25:41
Please mute all but the speaker. :)
June BlueSpruce
25:53
Unfortunately it takes people we know, people in our own communities getting sick and dying to really impress on people, and by that time it's very late. Same thing happened with HIV.
thyme council
26:01
if i leave it is bcs my phone is too hot:(( bcs also charging rn. hope not
Mary Bernstein’s iPad
26:08
sorry— that rural red America hasn’t been hit yet
Luz Reynolds
27:07
Here in Florida, we are very far removed from anything urban. People down here don't see firsthand the empty streets and droves of afflicted people. To a number of people here, it's practically happening on another planet.
Carol
27:13
Thyme hope its ok
Debbie
27:52
I’ve been self isolating for the fourth week so to me it is very real.
Burl Cone
27:59
I'd like Dr Metzel to consider commenting on any of these articles: (1) Rural areas may be the most vulnerable during the coronavirus outbreak By Laris Karklis, Dan Keating, https://www.washingtonpost.com/nation/2020/03/19/rural-areas-may-be-most-vulnerable-during-coronavirus-outbreak and (2) Here's why the coronavirus may be killing more men than women. The US should take note By Katie Polglase, Gianluca Mezzofiore and Max Foster, CNN https://www.cnn.com/2020/03/24/health/coronavirus-gender-mortality-intl/index.html These two articles would seem to fit well with his book "Dying of Whiteness."I'd like Dr Metzel to consider commenting on any of these articles: (1) Rural areas may be the most vulnerable during the coronavirus outbreak By Laris Karklis, Dan Keating, https://www.washingtonpost.com/nation/2020/03/19/rural-areas-may-be-most-vulnerable-during-coronavirus-outbreak
Patricia Day
28:24
New York and Las Vegas looks eerie!
Janet K
28:30
I really like what Marci said that it needs to be called “physical distancing” not social distancing
Mary Bernstein’s iPad
28:35
the cities which are more democratic are hit hardest now. the rural areas will be next but they haven’t gotten the worst of it yet.
Rosemary Kean
29:47
Let’s hope some areas might escape the worst of it. Have family in rural areas who worry re us here in the city.
Kalisto Nanen
29:53
I was just reading an article about the post office could be shut down in less than 3 months due to outbreak
Debbie
30:17
yes
Cheryl
30:17
Yes
Lynn
30:20
yes
Ann Walker
30:21
Yes
Joy
30:21
Hi everyone! This is the link to share your story: https://action.momsrising.org/survey/CoronavirusStories/?source=action
Luz Reynolds
30:25
Yes : )
Kalisto Nanen
30:27
Yes
fran
30:28
yes! Beatriz! so nice to see you - fran miller
Diarra Diouf
30:35
yes
Marilyn Cachola Lucey
30:36
yes
Patricia Day
30:39
Hey Beatriz!!
Janet K
31:18
American Nations by Colin Woodard is a great companion to Dying of Whiteness
Greg Corning
31:35
Yes.
Tim Lee
32:02
The Wake County (North Carolina) Sheriff’s Office will suspend pistol and concealed-carry permit applications until April 30 as demand surges amid the coronavirus outbreak, Sheriff Gerald Baker announced Tuesday. Any observations about the drastic increase in gun and ammunition sales.
Robin Kirk
32:03
There is a pronounced difference between COVID in TN and KY — have you been looking at that?
Inbal Sansani (she/her)
32:12
AMAZING question! @Beatriz
donna
34:37
What year was he elected?
Kimberly Thomas
34:46
I had a legit visceral reaction to the mention of Brownback.
Nancy
36:07
Nancy is from Kansas
Gloria Pan
36:40
Thank you< Nancy, for voting in Kansas!
thyme council
36:54
feel u nancy i'm in AL
Nancy
37:09
Not for Brownback!
Greg Corning
38:33
The power to promulgate a harsh, mean, elite-serving narrative that people subscribe to (against their own best interests) really saddens me and makes me feel hopeless.
Greg Corning
38:46
The power of corporate/right-wing media, I mean.
Cherise Khaund
39:01
we hear similar narratives even here in CA - wealthier white parents worry their money might go to “those kids” in a lower income area. many as a result are voting no on state or local taxes for schools, meanwhile raising hundreds of thousands per year for their own kids public school
Felicity Figueroa
39:20
All this reminds me of Thomas Frank's book "What's the Matter With Kansas?"
Greg Corning
39:47
“Fake populism” - good term.
Alison McGee
39:59
Never lose hope! People care about justice and will rise up to live the lives they were created to live
Laura Hanks
40:07
That was a great book!
Laurie (she, her, hers)
40:28
Sounds like what is happening with charter schools
Cherise Khaund
40:35
now CA education statewide is making major cuts, far more than any PTA can replace
DonnaJoy
40:59
Does Charles Koch live in Kansas?
Luz Reynolds
41:09
When will the term "minority" go away when statistically, we are becoming the majority?
Candace Thompson
41:45
when we have real and tangible power
Luz Reynolds
42:03
It feels like such a pipe dream : (
Nancy
42:25
Koch, another name that gets a rise out of me
Cheryl
42:32
We are the Global Majority
Cheryl
42:41
BIPOC that is
Robin Carter
42:41
The term minority is suggestive to the minority in power not in number.
Luz Reynolds
42:43
Tell me about it....I cringe
Patricia Day
42:54
Me too Nancy!! One of the Koch Brothers died!
Suzanne Hansen
43:01
Why do they still support the same ideas now?
DonnaJoy
43:12
David Koch died.
lucky lynch
43:44
Lucky Lynch from CA here. In Kansas how did neighbors talk with one another about what was happening. Did their opinions about the "others" keep people following the myth?
Kathleen
43:54
Hillbilly Elegy also reflected on some of these shoot in the foot ideas.
Ann Freedman
43:56
Can we inoculate mainstream white people against these vicious white victimhood narratives? white fragility, victimhood, greed and selfishness -- human characteristics we must address -- American exceptionalism and entitlement too!
Greg Corning
44:30
@Ann Freedman - right on!
Debbie
44:31
Democracy in Chains touches on the issue of education.
Janet K
44:33
Support Public Education
Laura Hanks
44:46
Another great book!
DonnaJoy
45:11
Reid Hastings of Netflix thinks all teachers should be replaced by computers.
Cheryl
45:30
Not minorities or put that in quotes if you're quoting your sourcres.
Janet K
45:52
We in Special Education are especially worried about virtual teaching our most vulnerable students when it’s the relationship is what matters…
Candace Thompson
45:57
Minoritized rather than minority
Amaka Uchegbu
46:04
Love that!!
Amaka Uchegbu
46:09
"Minoritized"
Greg Corning
46:18
“Keep people in line” - that’s exactly what elites use inter-race division to do. Began in the mid-1600s.
Baila
46:18
Agreed^
Candace Thompson
46:35
Thank you Dr. <etzl!
Felicia Burnett
46:36
Ann - check out the podcast “Brave New Words” by Anat Shenker-Osorio and listen to the episode called “Greater Than Fear - Minnesota”
Joy
46:49
Hi folks! This is our KeepMarching email: keepmarching@momsrising.org. Email your questions!
Cheryl
46:51
Yes, I like that, "minoritized"
donna
47:13
Charles Koch is from Wichita
DonnaJoy
47:39
Thanks. Thought so.
Cheryl
47:40
Gun sales are up!!!
DonnaJoy
47:52
Asian are buying more guns bec of you know who.
betti
48:22
Is gun business an essential business?
donna
48:23
Nothing is GREAT about anyone losing their job. Let’s be careful that we don’t loose our humanity
iPad
48:23
In White Fragility, Robin DiAngelo claims that the racism of white progressives is the most significant barrier to ending racism. I’m also seeing this line of thinking in some Bernie supporters who blame “scared white progressives” for Bernie’s loss. I’m wondering what the author of Dying of Whiteness thinks of this analysis, based on his ethnographic research among white people who are decidedly not progressive in their political thinking.
Kathleen
49:05
Good question iPad!
iPad
49:29
Guns in the home also makes it much more dangerous for women in domestic violence situations.
Burl Cone
49:32
Yeah not to mention the issue of more guns + sheltering at home + concerns about increase in domestic violence
Burl Cone
50:01
(good minds think alike, iPad)
DonnaJoy
50:06
Domestic violence is probably even more frequent.
Kalisto Nanen
50:21
Its very concerning now that people can stock up on guns, but the DOL doesn’t really even have the capacity now to issue licensing ( this also goes for drivers licenses) with shelter in place
Lindsey C
50:25
burt, thank you for mentioning DV, I worry about this for my students stuck at home in unstable environments too
LFitzpatrick
50:32
Maybe they just are looking for another excuse to buy another gun.
Rebecca Gorlin
50:46
I’ve seen postings saying that it is and that victims are even more in danger.
Candace Thompson
50:49
Stocking up on guns, but hospitals can’t get masks and ventilators
donna
51:13
Domestic violence rises exponentially with unemployment.
Cheryl
51:14
My guess is that this pandemic is probably increasing dv and child abuse not to mention other types of violence against "other"
Cherise Khaund
51:43
yes - this is a good question, iPad - In White Fragility, Robin DiAngelo claims that the racism of white progressives is the most significant barrier to ending racism. I’m also seeing this line of thinking in some Bernie supporters who blame “scared white progressives” for Bernie’s loss. I’m wondering what the author of Dying of Whiteness thinks of this analysis, based on his ethnographic research among white people who are decidedly not progressive in their political thinking.
iPad
52:03
What are the best organizations working on gun violence issues, in the view of the author?
Ann Walker
52:43
UGH...horrible thought.
Kristin
53:07
it’s why Dems need to take back the Senate!
DonnaJoy
53:15
gun laws and anti-abortion laws.
Amaka Uchegbu
53:19
Response to Cheryl: https://www.nytimes.com/2020/03/24/us/coronavirus-lockdown-domestic-violence.html
iPad
53:24
Yes, Cheryl—child abuse is increasing as well as dangerous situations for women vulnerable to domestic violence. There have already been news reports documenting this.
Burl Cone
53:24
iPad: On DV and COVID please check out what the National Network to End Domestic Violence is doing, and consider signing up for their email alerts.
lucky lynch
53:40
Lucky Lynch, such an important insight for all of us to watch who we elect as judges.
Greg Corning
53:45
Let’s figure out an efficient way to impeach right-wing judges!
Kate
53:53
But the only way to stop the judicial appointments is to get rid of Trump and the GOP senate.
Cheryl
53:57
Thanks for the links.
iPad
54:13
thanks to Burt Cone.
Kathleen
54:16
Senate and POTUS are selecting judges- vote them out.
DonnaJoy
54:32
Self defense including domestic violence.
DonnaJoy
54:37
For men
Debbie
54:45
A lot of them are not qualified either
Beatriz Beckford
54:58
MomsRising Gun Safety Campaing! https://www.momsrising.org/campaigns/gun-safety
Patricia Day
54:59
Exactly Greg! Especially the judges that McConnell is filling the courts with!! Many who ae unqualified!!
Cheryl
55:01
Moat are not!
Cheryl
55:11
Most that is
donna
56:23
None in rural Michigan either!
Felicia Burnett
57:22
All roads lead back to the problem of money in politics.
mariehenselderkimmel
57:34
A strategy that undergirds the fight for gun safety, stacking the judiciary, healthcare is the support of a constitutional amendment to limit political spending by corporations, special interests and the wealthy. This movement has momentum with the 1st House subcommittee hearing just in Feb 2020 a little past the 10 year anniversary of the Citizens United Supreme Court decision! HJ Res 2 and SJ Res 51 are the current amendment resolutions
Patricia Day
57:37
True Felicia
Greg Corning
57:37
Keeping us all polarized serves the wealthy elites so well.
Nicolette she/her
57:43
there is a feeling about the fact that if people in power (whites, police, government) have guns then the people who feel most vulnerable (Black people, BIPOC) want to aquire their own protection and want to get guns at times like these
Baila
57:58
To understand racism in general and transforming the mindset, I feel it’s important to understand the cultural and historical aspects that act as a bridge between the “majority” and “minorities”. Why is it that these supremecists are majority white?? What is it that created this gap between people solely because of race? Just a thought I have always had.
Inbal Sansani (she/her)
58:06
Thank you very much to MomsRising and the conversation!
Burl Cone
58:27
iPad: Also @lynnspeaksout on Twitter, Lynn Rosenthal, first Obama WH Advisor on Violence Against Women is awesome. And p.s. my groups social is Instagram @sschoice we're pretty good at engaging the young'uns in these issues. :)
Mary Bernstein’s iPad
59:12
don’t ignore the over 100,000 gunshot injuries.
donna
59:34
Can you give examples
Marilyn Cachola Lucey
59:35
thank you for bringing that up
Kathleen
59:46
This is true about black shooting victims.
Amaka Uchegbu
59:50
PLUS: post-COVID, after social distancing rules are lifted, there will be many more guns on the streets (particularly in the hands of people who have never owned them before). We should be vigilant about an increase in gun deaths / mass shootings after the pandemic dies down
Janet K
01:00:23
Maybe we can get more survivors from the groups like the one in the book can speak to others about the aftermath of the death by gun suicide
Cause Haun
01:00:38
Amen.
Kimberly Thomas
01:01:11
i'm also super curious about the messaging about gun violence being problem primary of "the ghetto," not white suicide by gun. that narrative also serves to further pathologize BIPOC and reinforces the notion that white folx need to "stock up."
Amaka Uchegbu
01:01:36
what is BIPOC?
Kimberly Thomas
01:01:48
black, indigenous, people of color
Amaka Uchegbu
01:01:57
Got it! thanks
Kimberly Thomas
01:02:07
u bet!
Cheryl
01:02:38
That the Brooklyn community Center did not get a lot of press
Luz Reynolds
01:02:43
It sickens me that that gun ownership matters more than keeping children safe in schools.
Cheryl
01:02:52
the shooting at the cl;ebration
DonnaJoy
01:03:22
Push of ideology of separateness.
Kimberly Thomas
01:04:30
dr metzls book only reinforced for me that EVERYTHING leads back to the USAs very particular anti-black/anti-indigenous racism
mariehenselderkimmel
01:04:30
The failure of Congress to pass legislation that 80% of people support is the amount of money spent to influence the lawmakers voting!
DonnaJoy
01:04:33
Have to overcome so much voter suppression.
Janet K
01:04:33
You outline that issue so well in the book, the disconnect between real life and hearsay myths.
Marilyn Cachola Lucey
01:04:35
yes, electoral work matters and is necessary
Bill
01:04:38
Have activists made a concerted effort to present gun violence to politicians, policymakers, and the general public as the public-health crisis it is?
Rosemary Kean
01:04:47
The founding slave holders used race to divide whites and blacks for economic reasons- they exploited slaves to increase their wealth & this pattern continues to today.
Ali
01:05:14
Everytown also supported candidates like Sen. Pat Toomey who is NOT pro gun violence prevention.
Cheryl
01:05:28
Social media is also a driver of opinions and beliefs
Marilyn Cachola Lucey
01:05:29
agree 100% Rosemary
Luz Reynolds
01:05:30
Is there any truth in saying that there is so much latent guilt that white men are afraid for their lives??
mariehenselderkimmel
01:05:36
80% of American people support a constitutional amendment to get money out of politics, across the political spectrum
Beatriz Beckford
01:05:53
Thanks for lifting that up Ali, Everytown is definitely complicated org
Kimberly Thomas
01:06:04
totally, ali
donna
01:06:07
Agreed!
Sally G
01:06:21
This is totally true on every issue; finding the common ground is a key.
DonnaJoy
01:06:22
Listening deeply to find common ground. Yes.
Kristin
01:06:29
On both the Kansas/ed and gun issues, I’m struck by what seems to be a chicken and egg conundrum. Is the cause/problem that needs to be addressed the xenophobic, divisive messaging (right wing media, social media and the conspiracy theory, racist corners of the internet) that plays on the target group’s fears? Or is the challenge/problem the ignorance, fears, resentments of the target audience? They seem so reinforcing of each other. I’m not very hopeful about what the solutions might be.
Cheryl
01:06:34
We need to have conversations with who we perceive of as other
Sally G
01:06:34
Finding out WHY they think as they do.
Dara
01:06:41
Wrt talking to people who disagree with us, do you think the Deep Canvassing movement holds promise?
Greg Corning
01:06:48
YES! Address polarization - that’s vital.
Mary Bernstein’s iPad
01:06:48
but even those folks with guns who agree don’t vote on GV
LFitzpatrick
01:06:49
Better Angels is a group that tries to connect people from different beliefs
Baila
01:06:50
It would essentially be trying to change a culture
Joy
01:06:59
Hi folks! This is our KeepMarching email: keepmarching@momsrising.org
Janet K
01:07:34
Be the Bridge is another organization that works on racial conciliation.
Kimberly Thomas
01:08:10
i admit that im unsure about the notion of finding common ground... like, i get it, but it just seems like a red herring
Cheryl
01:08:32
Connect first, then change is more possible without trying to convince someone they should change
carolynrandazzo
01:08:56
Missouri is likely to vote on Medicaid expansion this fall, a ballot initiative that we gathered 160,00 signatures for
Nicolette she/her
01:09:11
i agree Cheryl
Gloria Pan
01:09:15
We have plans on future meetings to address specifically the cultural and racial components of gun violence, and the historical roots. So stay tuned!
Sally G
01:09:19
Not so much as changing a culture as understanding it and where we can find, if not common ground, but common concerns? Or at least understand why folks fear what they do?
Cheryl
01:09:21
I appreciate engaging folks who have different views
Patricia Day
01:09:28
Go Missouri!! My old stomping ground
Heather Sweeney
01:09:38
thank you for this. I’m disappointed I have to sign off early.
Cheryl
01:09:59
But yay that you ere here Heather!
lucky lynch
01:10:30
Dr. David Campt has a program to develop White Allies. Working to create compassionate dialogue with people who have different views and positions. You can find himon Facebook. A good process guy.
Kimberly Thomas
01:10:46
s/o to everyone in republican-controlled states. i see you, i love you.
DonnaJoy
01:11:17
And the rural hospitals that went out of business.
Kimberly Thomas
01:11:34
MO folx: be sure to check out sarah kendzior's work. you have a JEWEL in her/her work
mariehenselderkimmel
01:11:58
Love Sarah Kendzior’s work!
Luz Reynolds
01:12:01
@lucky lynch, thank you, will be looking him up
Felicia Burnett
01:12:09
We’re gathering your health care stories here: https://action.momsrising.org/survey/healthcare-stories_2019/
Valeria
01:12:27
White men have been in control for too long, making causes all over this planet destroying, and annihilating everything that is not in their interest. Cause and effect is strict and impartial. What we see is the dismantling of white male superiority over the whole globe. We all (individually and collectively) are given an opportunity to right our wrongs.
Luz Reynolds
01:12:35
@kimberly Thomas, thank you, FL has been a vexing experience
DonnaJoy
01:12:58
Feeling of scarcity.
Dianne McAdams-Jones
01:13:02
email justussocializing@gmail.com for an invite to discuss more of this....
Marilyn Cachola Lucey
01:13:03
*racial resentment*
Luz Reynolds
01:13:05
^
Luz Reynolds
01:13:09
scarcity
Sally G
01:13:09
even when they might die themselves? wow
Beatriz Beckford
01:13:19
https://newrepublic.com/article/154404/myth-welfare-queen
Greg Corning
01:13:20
Depressing. People still buy the “welfare queen” lie!
Cheryl
01:13:22
The biggest public charge block is the ultra-wealthy - but they don't see it they way because, "the earned it"
mariehenselderkimmel
01:14:08
Framing is very important to reach those who don’t agree
Marilyn Cachola Lucey
01:14:23
a book 'The Righteous Mind' talks about how to look at an issue from someone else's values
lucky lynch
01:14:33
Yes, when we bring up the topic of white privilege it is heard as economic privilege. Need to reframe the topics.
Sally G
01:14:44
definitely need to speak in “their” language
mariehenselderkimmel
01:15:06
George Lakoff has great work on the difference of the conservative vs progressive mindset too
Cheryl
01:15:12
snap snap!!!
Sally G
01:15:24
so many poor white people feel unprivileged, hearing ‘white privilege’ turns them off completely
Baila
01:15:31
I totally agree Sally, understanding and finding common ground is important to see both sides. But cultures based on racism need a shift on perspective if we would like to see change implemented.
DonnaJoy
01:15:33
and defining as socialism
mariehenselderkimmel
01:15:48
Kentucky Connect was name to avoid the Obamacare connotatoin
Nancy
01:15:51
sorry, I have to leave now. let me know when dr. metzl will return. thanks so much. great stuff!
Cherise Khaund
01:16:05
it was called the affordable care act, not Obamacare
LFitzpatrick
01:16:07
Change= opportunity
Cheryl
01:16:22
exactly affordable
Rebecca Gorlin
01:16:47
Just being white gives privilege, poor or not, which too many white people don’t want to hear.
Sally G
01:16:49
Actually, everyone forgets the “patient protection” part of the bill’s name, PP-ACA, probably because there is so little actual patient protection
Sally G
01:17:13
and for many people “affordable” is a lie
mariehenselderkimmel
01:17:18
Conservatives are excellent at using framing/messaging that has been funded for years by libertarian Koch funded think tanks like Heritage FUnd
Marilyn Cachola Lucey
01:17:23
free of political jargon will take work
DonnaJoy
01:17:28
This is great.
Ann Freedman
01:17:48
fascinating conflict between framing to reach people where they are and in the alternative the need to combat/deal with the racial resentment narratives --seems the advice is to simply go around the racial resentment hot buttons
Kathleen
01:18:03
Many racists do not think they are.
Sally G
01:18:05
Rebecca, I understand, but if you are out of work, no medical access, hunger insecure, you don’t see any privilege
Rebecca Gorlin
01:18:19
True.
DonnaJoy
01:18:27
Yep fear of scarcity.
carolynrandazzo
01:18:37
Thanks for the suggestion on messaging!
Kimberly Thomas
01:18:57
whoever mentioned George lakoff… YES
Greg Corning
01:19:17
This - all the right-wing behavior you’re highlighting - fits into the neoliberal total domination project.
DonnaJoy
01:19:21
And the money bec. of Citizens United.
lucky lynch
01:19:22
We need to be clear about what we are talking about. Racism as a system and structure is based on putting our bigotry and prejudices into our organizations, communities and governing bodies.
Kathleen
01:19:26
I told my white son who is working for $10 an hour tht he was born privileged.
Annie’s iPhone
01:19:57
can someone post title of book guest refers to please?
Dianne McAdams-Jones
01:20:08
Dying of Whitenss
Kathleen
01:20:21
thanks.
LFitzpatrick
01:20:39
My mantra every morning: I have enough, I am enough, I do enough, I am love, I love everyone.
Dianne McAdams-Jones
01:20:40
Good read
Annie’s iPhone
01:20:58
thank you just arrived
Cheryl
01:21:13
Yes - the m.o. of the 45th is to keep us all hyped up and the press keeps amplifying it
DonnaJoy
01:21:21
You can fool some of the people some of the time but not all people all the time.
Amaka Uchegbu
01:21:23
I may steal that from you LFitzpatrick!
Joy
01:21:35
Hi folks! This is our KeepMarching email: keepmarching@momsrising.orgTell us how Coronavirus has affected you: https://action.momsrising.org/survey/CoronavirusStories/?source=action
Judyth
01:21:44
Thanks so much to the organizers and all of the commentators. It is a comfort to be with you.
Kimberly Thomas
01:21:57
an interrogation of capitalism is ESSENTIAL
Felicia Burnett
01:22:17
Will there be an audiobook version?
Greg Corning
01:22:24
@Kimberly Thomas - YES!
Cheryl
01:22:25
Yes, thank you all for the info and convo.
Kimberly Thomas
01:22:25
this is so so so so great. thank you, momsrising!
Candace Thompson
01:22:30
A book club meeting sounds fantastic!
Ann Walker
01:22:31
Great idea. I'd love to read the book and then be part of the book club!
mariehenselderkimmel
01:22:32
Great discussion tonight! Thanks!
Janet K
01:22:34
Thank you all
Rosemary Kean
01:22:35
Yes Kimberley Thomas- capitalism is a pandemic.
clayprincess
01:22:36
Thank you for a great Webinar. We need to counter the anti Asian rhetoric that has blossomed at this point thanks to Trump
Sally G
01:22:39
I was glad to see one of the news programs NOT broadcasting a Trump speech, but relaying whatever worthwhile he said ()not much)
Laurie (she, her, hers)
01:22:40
+that is a great idea! book club yes!'
June BlueSpruce
01:22:45
Yes, thank you so much for this presentation and conversation. So essential at this time.
Annie’s iPhone
01:22:50
yay to book club
Kimberly Thomas
01:22:53
@rosemary - GO OFF! YES!!!
Frank
01:22:54
Thanks for your good work!
Ashley Cohen
01:22:54
Fantastic. This book changed my brain this year. Thanks Jonathan! Thanks all!
Ann Freedman
01:22:55
looking forward to reading the book. thank you, Dr. Metzl and Mom's Rising.
carolynrandazzo
01:22:59
Thank you so much for this webinar!
Caroline’s iPhone
01:23:00
thank you for this! and for all you do!!
Ruth Winkler
01:23:04
Thank you. This is great information!
Katharine Landfield
01:23:05
Thanks, Gloria, Joy, Beatriz, and. Felicia!!! And wow, thanks, Dr. Metzl!!
DonnaJoy
01:23:06
Thank you so much. This was so informative and worth while to hear.
Barbara Farris
01:23:12
Thank you for doing this conference!
Marilyn Cachola Lucey
01:23:13
thank you!
Diane
01:23:14
Fantastic session!!!
Joy
01:23:22
You’re all welcome! It’s been great being here with you all!
Cheryl
01:23:22
as someone said, physically isolating not socially isolating
Ann Walker
01:23:23
Thanks to all!!
Sally G
01:23:28
and who does not even have a home to go to?
lucky lynch
01:23:28
Thank you very much for this session tonight. I appreciate the excellent facilitation and organization of the questions to Dr. Metzel.
Kimberly Thomas
01:23:33
for other racial equity/antiracist educators on here, dr metzl's book has been crucial to my practice
Joy
01:23:37
I can’t wait for us to this again!!!!!!!!!
Sally G
01:23:38
thanks so much!
Debbie Salahi
01:23:41
Thank you
Rosemary Kean
01:23:42
Bernie is the opposite of 45- talks solely re need for Medicare for All!
LFitzpatrick
01:23:59
Threat: Fight, Flight, Freeze…Focus on action!
irene chege
01:24:01
very grateful of the input we work with Race amity in westchester and are connected in this approach
Luz Reynolds
01:24:02
Thank you all! We will be back : )
lindabrisson
01:24:03
Thank you for an excellent webinar!
Rosemary Kean
01:24:04
Thank you!!!
Joy
01:24:06
Yes! I’ll see you all in 2 weeks!
Lindsey C
01:24:08
thank you, all!
LFitzpatrick
01:24:09
THanks!
virginiameany
01:24:10
Thanks for an informative call…terrific questions and thoughtful answers.
Dana Baker
01:24:10
Thanks!!
Judyth
01:24:11
I know that you post a link to an independent bookstore. Here's another one:https://www.northshire.com/book/9781541644984
Sally G
01:24:12
Bernie has been saying important things during covid-19; Biden disappeard
mariehenselderkimmel
01:24:13
Agreed that the silver lining is possible alliance from the severe disruption of all of our safety nets
Debbie
01:24:13
thamku
Kathleen Anderson
01:24:14
thank you so much for doing this great webinar!
Dara
01:24:14
thank you!!!!!
kimberly
01:24:15
Thanks
Joy
01:24:16
Once againThis is our KeepMarching email: keepmarching@momsrising.orgTell us how Coronavirus has affected you: https://action.momsrising.org/survey/CoronavirusStories/?source=action
Joyce Olinga
01:24:17
Thankyou!!!
Mary Oneill
01:24:18
thank you
mariehenselderkimmel
01:24:18
Thank you!
Steve Calloway
01:24:21
thank you!
Carolyn Solitaire
01:24:21
thanks
Steve Chesler
01:24:24
thanks!!!
Bill
01:24:33
Thank you. Very, very worthwhile.