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Community Vigil for Racial Justice and Reconciliation - Shared screen with speaker view
Houston Tucker
25:48
Yes, only panelist are visible due to the amount of people on the call.
Ria DasGupta (she/her/hers)
33:36
Great to have you, Dr. Dominguez. We will share the video of the transcribed video.
Ria DasGupta (she/her/hers)
39:42
We’ll be sending the recording out, Juman. So glad you could make it.
James Taylor
42:46
Dr. King was killed a week after his last march broke out into a riot. When he returned a week later, he was killed.
Melissa Canlas (she/her)
44:54
Thank you for the *beautiful* song, Dr. Wardell
Houston Tucker
45:01
Professor Taylor your message was sent to Panelist. You have to change it to “All Panelist and Attendees” or Directly to the person you were responding to.
James Taylor
48:02
Eberhardt’s research is on line, it is a journal article, I don’t have title. But she finds that telling whites about black suffering backfires, they don’t care unless they see themselves in suffering. So it is why I think we have to help them see that they are among the least free whites in the world vis a vis the state, part of their sell out, for supporting the keeping go blacks’ down.
James Taylor
48:47
Democracy would reject this arrangement
James Taylor
53:09
Jennifer Eberhardt’s new book is called BIASED:Biased: Uncovering the Hidden Prejudice That Shapes What We See, Think, and Do
James Taylor
58:15
:-)
James Taylor
01:00:17
Does anyone talk of the “looting” from the Boston massacre? Or the Boston Tea Party? Or do they talk about the birth of a new world?
James Taylor
01:06:58
Thank you Brianna
Brianna Johnson
01:08:23
Hello, Thank you for hearing me. You can find information on our bail funds on the BSU Instagram (@USFCABSU) or by sending funds on Venmo @USFCABSU. We will also be hosting a donation drive for scholarship fund for Black Students on June 19th. You can follow us to stay updated!
James Taylor
01:09:36
A film on Ai Sa Gu, (April 4th in Korean)
Brianna Johnson
01:09:45
You can also connect with me on linked in to be in the loop about ways to donate to Black Students.
James Taylor
01:10:00
Documents the Black-Korean UNITY that media did not show in 1992 in LA
James Taylor
01:14:14
Thanks Jackie Taylor….it is heart wrenching, but powerfully informative
Brianna Johnson
01:17:48
Thank you everyone for your kind words. Please continue to reach out to me if you have any questions or concerns.
James Taylor
01:18:25
Thank you Camille
James Taylor
01:35:29
To All: If you do not know, this is the man who smuggled the legendary “A Letter from Birmingham Jail” which MLK wrote, to answer the charge (you here today), that King was an “outsider” from Georgia in Alabama (sound familiar?)
James Taylor
01:37:13
Dr. Jones also played key role in the New York time Libel case, New York v. Sullivan….Dr. Jones played a key role in establishing libel law before the Supreme Court. He has Presidential Medal of Freedom. He was friends with Malcolm X.
James Taylor
01:37:33
Times
James Taylor
01:38:13
Dr. Jones is a legend of Civil Rights in his own right.
James Taylor
01:39:50
Dr. Jones wrote part of the I Have A Dream and Beyond Vietnam speeches
Brianna Johnson
01:41:44
Powerful speech. I wish we could hear more Dr. Jones.
Mary J. Wardell
01:42:51
I am very sorry we had to reduce Dr Jones time. Some speakers spoke much longer than their allotted time and it’s important for the final speakers who are Black have an opportunity to share.
James Taylor
01:54:01
Thank you provost Cannon
Rabbi Camille Angel, She, Hers, Her
01:54:12
I wish LJ was listening
James Taylor
01:56:34
Teach Houston!
Melissa Canlas (she/her)
01:58:46
thank you houston!
Julie Dowd (she/her/hers)
01:59:01
Thank you Houston & Brianna for your leadership
Brianna Johnson
01:59:04
Thank you Houston. I love you.
James Taylor
02:00:10
Nice Dominique
Julie Dowd (she/her/hers)
02:01:20
Thank you Dominique
Melissa Canlas (she/her)
02:04:49
Thank you to all of the panelists, especially our students, for sharing your words and experiences. I deeply apologize for exceeding my time and the ways that constricted the time for others, especially Black voices to speak on this call. Exceeding my time was the opposite of solidarity. I am sorry.
Tyrone Cannon
02:05:55
Thank you all for your powerful words.
Julie Dowd (she/her/hers)
02:11:33
Thank you Mary, Gladys and Ria for hosting this important and sacred space.