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TLS Planning Session - Shared screen with speaker view
Dr. Kwinn Doran
09:21
Hello everyone! Happy to be here.
Raquel Escobar
09:31
Hello everyone! Raquel (she/they) from the HAL team here. Looking forward to our conversation!
Kathy Cooke
09:39
Hi all, I am not sure I belong at this meeting, but I am curious to listen in if that's okay. I can't stay long either :( I am Dean of the Honors College and Professor of History at the University of South Alabama in Mobile, Alabama
Farah (they/them)
10:15
Hey y’all, my name is Farah(they/them pronouns. I’m currently stuffing my face really quick before we officially begin so I apologize for having my screen off. And HI LEORA
Valerie Ann Johnson
10:20
Hello Kathy! Greetings from Shaw University in Raleigh.
Liz Konopka
10:26
Hi everyone! My name is Liz (she/her) and I'm a grad student studying with Dr. Anne Parsons from UNC Greensboro. I'm new to HAL sessions and very excited to listen in today!
Camille Mays
10:38
Hello everyone!!! Happy to be here! my pronouns are she/her and I am looking forward to discussions today
Desiree Roquetti
10:54
Hi everyone! Here is Desiree (she/her) a fellow for the HAL and a student of Poli-Sci at Rutgers University-Newark
Dr. Kwinn Doran
10:55
I am a professor of History and Humanities at Shaw University in Raleigh NC. Happy to be here and looking forward to working with everyone.
Melody Magly
11:15
Hey y’all! My name is Melody (she/her) and I’m a law student in Rutgers Law School and I organize with Brick City Mutual Aid in Newark. Pleasure to meet y’all!
Katt Ramos
11:44
Hey y’all Katt (she/her) educator and community organizer from Newark who centers decolonized workshops on cooperatives and their history
Richard Anderson
11:46
Hi, all. I’m Richard (he/him), the Public Programming and Exhibitions Manager for HAL. Great see to everyone!
Valerie Ann Johnson
12:04
And a big hello to everyone from Valerie Ann Johnson (Dean, Arts-Sciences-Humanities) at Shaw University. Glad to see new folks. Pronouns-she, her.
Elisabeth Sevcenko
12:40
Welcome everyone I'm Liz Sevcenko, Director of HAL. I'm so excited to learn from all of you today
Brenda Y. Flores Santiago
12:48
hi everyone! I’m Brenda Flores (she/her) from the Mi Maria mass listening project! Glad to be here with everyone :)
Farah (they/them)
18:30
That’s always so magical and witchy— our somatic time. Thank you for making that happen Leora <3
Farah (they/them)
18:45
And HAL hub for making sure it happens :))
Kristin O'Brassill-Kulfan
19:20
Hi all, I'm Kristin O'Brassill-Kulfan (she/they), public historian at Rutgers University in New Brunswick, NJ, working on projects related to poverty/houselessness, oral histories, etc.
Bryan Ramos Romero
19:31
Hi everyone! I'm Bryan Ramos Romero, from the Mi Maria project in Puerto Rico. Its a pleasure to meet/see you again!
Camille Mays
23:27
I have a huge sheet lol
Farah (they/them)
32:20
so many surprises from this exercise!! Loved it
Valerie Ann Johnson
33:17
Yes, Farah!
Leora (she/her)
33:18
I’m so glad Farah!
Valerie Ann Johnson
34:18
That moment was your confirmation!
Katt Ramos
36:45
showing humans that we see them and their existence matters to us because if they are ok we collectively are better
Liz Sevcenko (she/her)
43:22
Claudia's amazing framing helped me to understand the mutual storytelling in mutual aid storytelling: WeCount tells its own story and history of organizing to the people who come to them, as well as listening to the people's individual stories
Kathy Cooke she or they
01:22:11
My apologies for needing to leave--I have learned so much and look forward to engaging further, and to the next meeting. Thank you for the warm welcome!
Kathy Cooke she or they
01:22:19
Hacking the University--awesome!
Leora (she/her)
01:22:43
Thank you for joining us Kathy!
Renee Shalhoub
01:23:14
I have to go but thank you for including me.
Camille Mays
01:23:27
so so true
Camille Mays
01:23:39
all of this!!!!!
Richard Anderson
01:23:46
So good to meet you and hear about your work, Renee!
Leora (she/her)
01:23:55
Thank you for joining us Renee!
Camille Mays
01:24:21
on my chart i have ...who heals the healers ...regeneration...trauma ...healing....
Farah (they/them)
01:26:44
Yes ^^^ healing circle to allow the healing circle around to everyone — mutual aid projects centering healing and story too— its a practice of articulation for people who are not used to being centered.
Camille Mays
01:28:48
Yes Farrah! Healing circles !!
Leora (she/her)
01:29:04
to me true self care deeply involves community care
Farah (they/them)
01:30:02
Yesss @Camille @Leora — healing and community are incredibly intertwined :))
Farah (they/them)
01:30:25
healing= self care + community care/circles
Julia Foulkes
01:31:24
I’m afraid I have to go to prepare for a 3pm mtg—thank you all!
Margie Weinstein
01:31:35
Great to see you, Julia!!
Leora (she/her)
01:31:42
Thank you Julia!
Leora (she/her)
01:37:48
leorafuller@gmail.com
Katt Ramos
01:39:53
thank you!