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Honoring Juneteenth - Shared screen with speaker view
Danna zelenka
45:19
Danna Zelenka, Coast Salish, Nooksack
poc - Vanessa Ixil - she/her/we/ours
45:24
The sounds from Kaira is a little fuzzy FYI … thanks! :)
Trish Baillie
45:27
w-Trish-she/her
w-Kathleen McGregor she/hers
45:31
Kathleen in the land of Hahamonga
b-Selina-she,her,hers
45:42
Land of Merrick-New York
w-Louise Dunlap
45:53
Louise in Huichin (Oakland CA) she/her
b- Charlesly (they, he)
45:55
hi from Unceded Tiwa Land New Mexico
kristin
46:06
Good morning from Toronto.
w-jules-she/her
46:10
Can people mute themselves. Hear a dog
b-Krystal, she/hers/we/ours
46:46
good morning from hopewell and miami land aka columbus, ohio
B Carletta (she, her, us, we)
47:01
Good morning all. Calling from Tiwa land, now called Albuquerque. Much love!
b Margo she/her
47:07
Hi from DC
w-Candace/Candie-she/her
47:18
Good morning dear Sangha dear Thay
w-Candace/Candie-she/her
47:21
from FL
Thu-Huong (sher, her) France
47:24
I renamed myself, do I have to disconnect and reconnect ?
POC Leslie she/her/hers
47:39
Hi there, I am calling from the land of the Agawam and Wabanaki Confederacy
Nancy Roffey
47:43
metta to all. this is nancy living near the battle of ft. Wayne in toledo ohio.
w-Linda S.C.-she/her
48:02
iPads to rename go to participants list and choose self and rename
POC Leslie she/her/hers
48:13
@thu, no, go to your profile pic and go to the top right hand corner
Debbie Westcott
48:23
w Debbie westcott her she
Laura Hunter
48:26
Help...I don't know how to rename?
w - HaiAn - they/them, she/her
48:33
Black-bodied people: "b - name - pronouns"Bodies of Culture/Bodies of Color who are not Black: "poc - name - pronouns"White Bodied people: "w - name - pronouns"
w David (nomenoyou1; he-him)
48:36
Wanted to watch on FB, but can’t see how that works???
Thu-Huong (sher, her) France
48:42
I did but I see it didn’t change
POC Leslie she/her/hers
48:47
top right hand corner of your image
W-Rana-She
48:52
w-Rana-currently on Chumash,Tongva land
w David (nomenoyou1; he-him)
48:58
Good morning from Chinook lands in the Northwest.
poc-Kim-she/her/they/them
49:19
good morning. Kim here calling in from the City of Toronto, the traditional territory of many nations including the Mississaugas of the Credit, the Anishnabeg, the Chippewa, the Haudenosaunee and the Wendat peoples and is now home to many diverse First Nations, Inuit and Métis peoples. This land is covered by Treaty 13 with the Mississaugas of the Credit.
w - Regina S - she/her/they/them
49:31
Regina S, sitting on Lenape Native land (onto which I was much later born)
Danna zelenka
49:50
Danna, w - she, her, hers - Salish Coastal, Nooksack
POC Leslie she/her/hers
50:04
top right corner, click on the … and select rename
W - Susan - she/hers
50:08
Good day. Susan on Arapahoe land in Colorado, US
w-jules-she/her
51:15
Praying for Rashard Brook’s family
w-Nan-she
52:35
Would the speakers be able to speak more loudly or closer to their microphones?
Seanan - they s/he
52:52
w - Seanan - they s/he, reared on Lenape/Wappinger terrain
w-Br. Mark-he/him
53:02
Peace and all Good, dear ones. I’m Br. Mark, w, he/him/his, on Shinnecock land in NY (Long Island)
AD
54:06
w-AD-he-Wintu land
w - Laura Hunter (she/her/hers)
55:03
Laura Hunter from the Kalapuya people's lands
w-Sara (she/her)
55:06
My intention is to connect with the elements of racism within and outside of myself, and to become aware of how they present and how I can transform those seeds, joining from Salish-Kootenai land.
B KSuzanne she/her lesbian
55:23
B - KSuzanne she/hers. from the land of the Ohlone
w - Vivian - she, hers
55:32
My intention for today is to listen deeply and use loving speech and learn with an open heart--and heal racism.
Kefira
55:58
Mississaugas of the Credit First Nation
poc Antoinette G. her.they
56:25
Gratitude for your offering! Coming in from Chochenyo Ohlone Land.
w-jules-she/her
57:05
Hearing a dog
w-Judy-she/her/hers
57:09
Could the person with the barking dog please mute him or herself? Thanks
w - Kenley (he/him/his)
57:19
The dog is with Kaira
w - Vivian - she, hers
57:22
To rename--click on "participants," then go to your name. The three dots on the right lead you to a rename option.
w-Sara (she/her)
57:35
I think it is Kaira Jewel's dog!
b-Selina-she,her,hers
57:41
I hear a dog barking
w-Kefira-she/her/
57:43
Thank you for speaking more loudly
w karen she/her
58:10
My intention is to continue to hold space for racial equity and transformation, support of teachers and community, continuing a lifestyle of learning and practice
w-Nan-she-her
58:10
please all who have not muted themselves, please do so
w - augusta (she/her)
58:11
As you are able please rename yourself as appropriate. Black-bodied people: "b - name - pronouns"
Bodies of Culture/Bodies of Color who are not Black: "poc - name - pronouns"
White Bodied people: "w - name - pronouns"One way to rename yourself it to go to "participants", click your name, and "rename" Or, on gallery view you can go to the top right hand corner of your image and select "rename"
w-Br. Mark-he/him
58:21
My intention for today: to be more present, to learn how not to get in the way of healing, to not be asource of additional suffering…
w - Kenley (he/him/his)
58:21
On mobile devices, you may need to push on the three dots in the bottom right.
B - Curtis Robertson Jr (He/Him,We)
59:26
Curtis - He, Him, We - Bowing in from Tongva Land in Southern CA - My intention is to join in precious community to look at the threads/roots of racial trauma and this path of healing
w-don-he/him
59:37
Intention: to listen deeply
w-Maria S. she/her/hers
59:44
intention is to listen deeply to others
w - tosca - she/her/hers
59:50
Intention - to strengthen my commitment to choose belonging over dominationCalling in from the land of the Nihantic, the Mohegan-Pequot, and the Wangunk peoples
w - Nina - she/her
59:50
My intention is to feel and be present with the suffering I am complicit in
w-Rosemary Leach-she/her
59:53
Intention: To connect and begin to know what to do and how to proceed and how to help
w Noëlle (she/hers)
59:55
intention
w-Vicki-she/her
59:55
My intention is to listen deeply to others and to my body, to take another step on this healing journey, which is such an unknown.
w Jane Siarny-she/her/hers
59:58
intention to be present and listen deeply
w - Jenny Horsman - she/her
01:00:01
Jenny w she her hers -a first generation settler from England now living in Toronto, Ontario Canada - the traditional territory of many indigenous peoples including the Mississaugas of Credit, the Haudenosaunee and the Wendat Peoples. Land still home to many diverse Indigenous people.
w-Dawn she/her
01:00:12
intention: openness, deep feeling.
w-Susan-no pronouns
01:00:12
Susan--in the lands of the Lenape peoples now known as NJ. I am coming curious and open.
POC/Kim/She/hers
01:00:14
Bowing in from the land of Ohlone
w - Seanan - they s/he
01:00:14
My intention for these hours is to be open.
w-DianeLR-she/her
01:00:19
To understand what racist views are present within me
w Noëlle (she/hers)
01:00:19
; learn, grow, be of hrlp
w-Liz-she/her/hers
01:00:22
To listen, to learn, to recognize what my body holds, to connect from my heart.
B KSuzanne she/her lesbian
01:00:24
intention healing my own racial trauma
w-Peggy she/her
01:00:26
connection, understanding, healing, love from the land of the Penobscot
poc Majd she/her
01:00:29
poc Majd she/her. Intentions is to better understand deep rooted bias.
w -Judy she/her
01:00:34
my intention is to understand
w-Roberta Wall she/her
01:00:35
Presence, learning, growth, community, being seen and seeing, mattering
w-Louise Dunlap-she/her
01:00:37
my intention is to GRIEVE, for all the racial harm of the past 500 years and all the harm that led to it
w Alex Cline (he/him/his) straight white male
01:00:38
To free myself more and increase the hope for freedom for everyone.
w-viviane-she/her
01:00:41
intention to be in community and knowing we can do more to transform suffering of social injustice together…
w - dylan tweney - he/him
01:00:42
My intention is to contribute to healing and transformation in this country, and also to learn ways to better support my children, who are African American
w - Regina S - she/her/they/them
01:00:42
My intentions are deep listening, healing, and justice with every body-breath.
w-Elaine she,and Bob Sparrow him
01:00:43
Our intention is to understand.
w susangoldman she/her
01:00:43
intention to share and listen in this time of pain and isolation. I live in a progressive area with few opportunities to share with differing viewpoints. I hope this will help focus my engagement to end racisim. Live in the world of the Lenape
w-jules-she/her
01:00:44
To be present with my body and this body of people and to be compassionate towards my own and others dehumanization and to keep growing.
w Joyce she/her/hers
01:00:48
joyce from the land of the Piscataway and Manahoac. here to listen deeply and holding what arises in compassion
poc-yenkuei she/her
01:00:55
intention to connect with you, our ancestors, and release views for a wholesome future to be possible
w-Dawn she/her
01:00:58
Native land: Erie, Lenape, Shawnee
W - Susan - she/hers
01:01:02
My intention is to celebrate Juneteenth and be present with listening heart - I usually go to the local celebration. To learn and hear our interconnectedness. walk towards healing with others
w-Br. Mark-he/him
01:01:03
yes, yes, to practice deep listening and loving speech…
POC*Thu-Huong*She/her
01:01:04
My intention as an Asian born and grew up in France, is to open my heart to my wounds of suffering from racism, and to be open to the discrimnation seed in me. I am the victim and the responsible
poc - Maha - she/her
01:01:04
My intention is to be learn and heal, and to be transformative in a way that is supportive
w-Linda S.C.-she/her
01:01:07
intention is to have a better understanding of the history and how it so effects us all today knowing I did not receive this in my life or education. With more info I can better listen and understand many others.
PoC Gina M she /her
01:01:10
to ground myself, be in touch with my ancestors, and to transform my anger
w - Martina (she/her)
01:01:14
to come to this work from a place of non-judgement for myself and others
w-Susan-she/her/hers
01:01:15
connection, understanding, healing
W-Venette/she/her/hers
01:01:25
Venette, Awakened Joy of the Heart; on Ohlone Land, my intentions: strengthen my compassionate skills at listening deeply and my inner muscles for acting to water seeds of reconconciliation. to not get caught up and stuck in ancestral pain.
w-Beth E-she/her-Arapaho
01:01:25
Intention: Connect with a wider community, to be part of a larger movement to show up as an ally. To learn and engage in life affirming ways to transform society and heal our planet.
w-Kathy-she/her
01:01:26
My intention is to become more conscious of how my own life as a white person makes others suffer and how to help reduce that suffering.
w- Jess- they/them/theirs
01:01:27
My intention is to better understand our interbeing, especially how we each contribute unique viewpoints and experiences, and how I (and our society) can overcome the superiority, inferiority, and equality complex.
p-Rachel Hui-Wen (she/her) & w-Wes (he/him)
01:01:28
Rachel Hui-Wen: healing,
w/Anne/she/her
01:01:39
w/Annie/she,her,we,us Intention to listen deeply and share in all our experiences for understanding, love, compassion and healing
w Karen & Gretchen she/her
01:01:46
Thank you!
poc Antoinette G. her.they
01:01:48
Intention to deepen my agency in not be an accomplice to white supremacy
w, tree, he, him
01:01:49
intention to learn how to STAND MORE PROACTIVELY
w-Judy-she/her/hers
01:01:51
My intention for today is to have an open, compassionate heart for myself and all of us as we stay present with each other in this challenging and long overdue work.
w - Kristen Wall - she/hers
01:01:53
My intention is to be present, listen, develop clarity about what my brothers and sisters need and how I may serve my beloved community members
w-linda-she/her/hers
01:01:58
My intention is to learn, by being here to show respect and honor for human life, to continue grieving racial injustice in a supportive community
w - Seanan - they s/he
01:02:03
Metta to the dog. May it know, so it can share, peace.
w-Allysha/she-her
01:02:09
My intention is to listen, learn, and honour the historical experience of enslaved African people and it's legacy of trauma that affects Black people today.
W- Brad He/him
01:02:10
My intention is to be a value to myself and to others in the journey toward racial justice.
b-Rhonda-(she/her/hers)
01:02:16
Be a witness to ancestral traumas
w Karen & Gretchen she/her
01:02:17
My intention is to be open to what steps I can take next on my journey as a white ally/accomplice
w - Jenny Horsman - she/her
01:02:26
my intention is to open my heart to a deeper understanding of the impact of slavery and ongoing injustice to be with others to feel the hurt and my remorse and the possibilities of healing deeply
w-Elli (She,her); w-Rob (he,him)
01:02:29
Our intention: Deeply listen, be present with this Sanhga, connect and acknowledge that the seeds of racism and also of anti-racism exist within me, learn, grow, be open
poc - Nina - she/hers
01:02:35
to hold space for others and myself as I learn and grow. connecting from the land of the Canarsie
w paul he/him
01:02:41
Intention: to become more conscious of my internalized racism, to learn about the suffering of myself and others and to transform racism and heal
w-Kefira-she/her
01:02:42
Hello barking dog! Woof!
w - Kenley (he/him/his)
01:02:43
I accidentally found myself in Galveston last year without realizing its history. My intention is to deepen my understanding of my role in white supremacy and seek ways to transform racism in myself and my society.
b-Valeria (she/her/hers)
01:02:43
-Good morning, my intention for this beautiful practice is to honor my Black ancestors for their survival, to offer forgiveness to my white ancestors while thanking them for my life blood regardless the means, because without them each I would not be here to bring Grace & healing to this moment.
w-Camille-she/her/hers
01:02:46
to listen and go forward in a path to heal my body and bias and support those who continuously feel unequal and make a difference to all
w-Kim (she,her,hers)
01:02:59
Native land: Arapahoe, Cheyenne, Ute. Intention: deepening awareness of suffering and perception, incorporating tools for maintaining awareness and being with suffering.
W Susan
01:03:04
Susan from the Appalachian mountains in NC my intention is to deeply listen and learn possible ways to grow and deepen in my understanding.
b-Dianah Smith she/her
01:03:07
to be fully present in mind and body, knowing this may be difficult.
w-Shira-she
01:03:10
My intention is to be present, to listen and learn, to uncover places of unconscious racism that need healing within as well as to better understand how I can support/get out of the way as an ally/accomplice
w Ginger she/her/hers
01:03:20
to connect and deepen my understanding of ways to grow and be a better advocate
W-Natalie Neal,(she/her/hers) Yaqui, Mayan,Jalisco
01:03:29
my intention is to learn better how to understand others and act in solidarity. To listen.
w - Andrea C. - she/her
01:03:30
My intention is to listen and bear witness.
poc - Thien Kim - she/her
01:03:31
To listen deeply, to reflect, to cultivate compassion towards myself and others, to heal
w - Kenley (he/him/his)
01:03:51
Anyone can click on the three dots in the chat area and choose SAVE CHAT
poc Judy Nakatomi she/her
01:03:52
With humility
p-Rachel Hui-Wen (she/her) & w-Wes (he/him)
01:03:55
Wesley: to listen and open my mind-heart to the traumas of racism and to be more self-aware of how I perpetuate racism unknowingly
w-marie-she/her
01:03:57
My intention: to listen deeply, to be open and to learn so that I can be an instrument to help heal and transform the suffering in myself, of others and in this world..
W - Robb (he/him)
01:04:09
To increase my awareness of assumptions I hold around racial issues.
w. Bruce he/him
01:04:31
intention - to embrace and understand my discomfort.
poc - Vanessa Ixil - she/her/we/ours
01:05:38
My intention is to show up authentically, compassionately and lovingly for myself and others over and over and over again to heal our individual and collective suffering / racial trauma / systemic oppression / historical & generational trauma & suffering. To tap into elder wisdom and my ancestors to guide and protect me in this work. With an open grateful heart.
W-Heidi (She,Her,Hers)
01:08:54
there’s a lot of beautiful energy!
poc - Izzy - she/her
01:15:31
Beautiful, thank you so much!
W - AnnaLise - she/her
01:15:40
Thank you! So beautiful.
w - Kristen Wall - she/hers
01:15:51
That opened my heart very wide - thank you.
w - Nicole - she/hers
01:15:57
Thank you so much Joe
w Noëlle (she/hers)
01:15:58
thank you beautiful
w-Shira-she
01:15:59
Thank you so very much!
w-Sara (she/her)
01:16:01
powerful, thank you for sharing your bright spirit with us.
w - dylan tweney - he/him
01:16:03
WOW :flowers: thank you
w - Vivian - she, hers
01:16:09
My heart is racing in excitement.
poc - Maha - she/her
01:16:09
Thank you thank you
POC Leslie she/her/hers
01:16:12
thank you
w-Roberta Wall she/her
01:16:14
Aho, thank you!
w - Regina S - she/her/they/them
01:16:18
Deep bow of gratitude.
w-Candace/Candie-she/her
01:16:18
They are here and they are very happy
w - Seanan - they s/he
01:16:20
Thank you.
w-Vicki-she/her
01:16:22
Thank you, Joe. Music helps the ancestors visit, or helps me let them in, perhaps.
w-Laura-she,her, hers
01:16:27
Thank you for sharing your beautiful gift
poc Antoinette G. her.they
01:16:32
Aho! Bowing in gratitude.
w karen she/her
01:16:38
Gorgeous. Thank you.
w-Susan-she/her/hers
01:16:40
Thank you, Joe. Beautiful heart opening.
w-marie-she/her
01:16:45
Thank you from my ancestors and me. Deeply grateful.
w - Laura Hunter (she/her/hers)
01:16:48
Thank you, I can't remember the last time I danced alone in my living room...but not alone too :-)
poc-Johanna-she/her/hers
01:17:06
Gracias Joe! So beautiful.
W-Natalie Neal,(she/her/hers) Yaqui, Mayan,Jalisco
01:17:29
Gracias, Joe!
W - Susan - she/hers
01:17:50
todah Rabbah - A Jewish witnessing statement of when someone contributes to our spirits and learning - beautiful offering and thank you for your showing up in our community
w susangoldman she/her
01:18:08
beautiful offering Joe. I was able to welcome native ancestors from this area in all directions.
poc - Izzy - she/her
01:18:43
Yes please Kaira!!
poc-Johanna-she/her/hers
01:18:52
Yes, please!
W-Heidi (She,Her,Hers)
01:18:55
Thank you Joe, That was beautiful!!
w - Seanan - they s/he
01:19:02
I’m reading it alone, and would welcome the chance to read it in a course. Thank you.
w - HaiAn - they/them, she/her
01:19:27
We will email the course information to everyone next week
w-Br. Mark-he/him
01:19:56
Yes, I’m interested in the online dharma book study on My Grandmother’s Hand… i’m reading it on my own and welcome a community-based approach…
w-Br. Mark-he/him
01:20:01
thank you
w - Seanan - they s/he
01:20:10
It cannot be too early to offer thanks for that: the course, the work, the invitation….
w/Anne/she/her
01:20:59
yes I am also interested in the My Grandmother’s Hands workshop
w-Nan-she-her
01:21:54
There's a wonderful song called Grandma's Hands by John Hiatt
w-Mariann-she/her Taigman
01:22:00
So wonderful! Deep bow of gratitude Joe
w-Linda S.C.-she/her
01:22:28
just watched on FB live and the sound was very low
w-Br. Mark-he/him
01:22:29
deep lotus bow Joe thank you
poc-Kim-she/her/they/them
01:22:56
the speaker's sound interrupted
w - Robb (he/him)
01:23:25
Thanks SO MUCH for your chanting, Joe! It was wonderful! :-)
poc-Johanna-she/her/hers
01:23:40
You can also click on CC, closed captions
w-Maria S. she/her/hers
01:24:17
The so is going out a bit. Kaira can you put on closed captions?
b Margo she/her
01:25:08
Sound is in and out
w-Jennifer-she/her
01:25:24
Sound goes in and out
W-Venette/she/her/hers
01:26:27
we could repeat watch/listen later if you share the youtube link.
w-Jennifer-she/her
01:26:41
No picture now.
w - HaiAn - they/them, she/her
01:26:42
Sorry folks, we’ll share the YouTube link in the notes
w-CraigCowden-he,him,his
01:26:53
Thanks!
w-Nan-she-her
01:26:57
yes, link would be great thanks!
B - Curtis Robertson Jr (He/Him,We)
01:26:59
Thank you!
w - Kenley (he/him/his)
01:27:02
https://youtu.be/fZfcc21c6Uo
B - Curtis Robertson Jr (He/Him,We)
01:27:21
Thanks Kenley
w-Kefira-she/her
01:27:56
Sorry. I’m confused. Are we listening to the YouTube now or later?
B-Malik/ He-him
01:28:09
Later
b Margo she/her
01:29:01
Don't see an image
w-Kefira-she/her
01:29:03
Thank You
w-Camille-she/her/hers
01:29:06
Can't see any picture
W-Rana-She
01:29:07
No video
w-Jennifer-she/her
01:29:08
No image
w-Sara (she/her)
01:29:09
The video is not showing up!
w/Anne/she/her
01:29:13
no screen showing
w-Br. Mark-he/him
01:29:17
Sound but no picture
w-viviane-she/her
01:29:20
audio is good
w-Mariann-she/her Taigman
01:29:22
Please send the link to this video as well. Thank you
W-Heidi (She,Her,Hers)
01:29:22
no image
w-Kefira-she/her
01:29:32
No image :-(
w-viviane-she/her
01:29:34
audio is good though
poc-Kim-she/her/they/them
01:29:36
­didn't see anything on the screen
w-Kim (she,her,hers)
01:29:39
We can hear, just can’t see.
w-Maria S. she/her/hers
01:29:47
We hear the sound, but no image….
POC Leslie she/her/hers
01:29:53
I’m wondering if there is a copyright block
poc - Izzy - she/her
01:30:01
can you make sure that you click the checkbox to optimize video? That may help
W - AnnaLise - she/her
01:30:03
You have to click the right window when you screenshare
w-Nan-she-her
01:30:05
I think we get the jist from the audio...link would be great
b Margo she/her
01:30:13
_/\_
poc-ThuHuong-she/her
01:30:21
Don’t see, but feel the ache in my stomach of the horror of slavery
w-Louise Dunlap-she/her
01:30:47
Similar coverage in the film The Long Shadow (by a w woman about her enslaving ancestors). This film is being shown without charge right now—easy to look it up and it is very moving.
w-Kim (she,her,hers)
01:31:06
Thank you for your efforts. As others have stated, it enabled a deeper reflection in this moment. I will follow up later with the links.
B - Curtis Robertson Jr (He/Him,We)
01:31:46
I saw it only once … I could not watch it again …
w - Seanan - they s/he
01:32:36
The book is powerful, and different from watching the film. Perhaps that would be easier… and much was pared away in the making of the film.
POC Leslie she/her/hers
01:32:39
I feel like it’s important for me to watch it again but I’ve also put it off. Very difficult but important.
B - Curtis Robertson Jr (He/Him,We)
01:33:36
YES … yes …
POC Leslie she/her/hers
01:33:43
@Seanan, I don’t think it should be an easy watch for white people because the topic is not easy
W-Heidi (She,Her,Hers)
01:34:00
I saw it.
w - HaiAn - they/them, she/her
01:34:07
Please let us just listen now and pause on the chat
w-CraigCowden-he,him,his
01:34:08
I will commit to watch.
w susangoldman she/her
01:34:12
I was most struck by the first speakers' statement that he couldn't be GIVEN his freedoms, but that he was born with them. The dignity in that statement in the face of all the terror and debasement endured is a testament to what slaves were able to carry in many cases.
w - HaiAn - they/them, she/her
01:34:21
Please, no chatting during the talk
w-Kim (she,her,hers)
01:34:24
Coates speaks to this in a very meaningful way.
w - HaiAn - they/them, she/her
01:34:25
Thank yo
b Felicia (she/her/hers)
01:35:57
In the opening meditation on ancesters, I was overwhelmed with emotion at the thought of my nameless, faceless ancesters who survived, endured, thrived with resilience so that I might exist. I feel their love even if I cannot trace the ancestry that connects us across generations
w - marion (she/her)
01:39:51
Could you remind me the name of that bodhisavatta?
w - HaiAn - they/them, she/her
01:40:03
kshitigarbha
poc.吳 淑 如/dwu.she,they.
01:44:17
https://www.theroot.com/a-timeline-of-events-that-led-to-the-2020-fed-up-rising-1843780800
w-jules-she/her
01:49:32
Preach it Kaira jewel. AMEN.
W-Venette/she/her/hers
01:50:24
intersectionality of hatred and fear…
w-Linda S.C.-she/her
01:54:55
please give us links to all these quotes. books, etc thank you
b- Kaira Jewel Lingo (she, her)
01:55:22
“I imagine one of the reasons people cling to their hates so stubbornly is because they sense, once hate is gone, they will be forced to deal with pain.” --James Baldwin
w - Nicole - she/hers
01:55:26
I just started reading “The People’s History of the Uniter States” by Howard Zinn and I am learning a lot about our US history and origination of slavery in North America. I am finding this book to be a really important read for me. I also read “What Does it Mean to be White” by Robin DiAngelo and that book was what started changing my racial lens.
b- Kaira Jewel Lingo (she, her)
01:55:37
What most needs attention is the part of us that we seek to avoid feeling. When we have tended to that, we are changed, and the world changes with us.—Dan Emmons
w Margherita she/her/hers
01:57:42
thank you Kaira Jewel and Sr. HaiAn, and all connected today, won't be able to stay for the second part, I feel I have much learning to do and welcome any opportunity to share, the dynamics are present here in Italy as well
b- Kaira Jewel Lingo (she, her)
01:58:20
From Roberta Wall If its useful, a video of a session I gave a few weeks ago Based ob Resmas’s work and Plum Village practice and nvc. https://drive.google.com/file/d/1DaFZfYYMHE7A1_HjI7xQAD5eAuPRo96w/view