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Jemere Calhoun
10:32
Hello everyone
Jemere Calhoun
15:51
disarming
FMB
15:51
Sad.
Tierra Trusclair
16:11
frustrating
mayra
16:12
awful
Alexandrea
16:17
Disheartened.
Coach Payne
16:18
challenging
francisco son
16:19
frustrating
Johnny Yancy
16:27
Great
Lonette Henderson’s iPhone
16:34
depressing
Myung Chung
24:55
It was good opportunity for me.My professor(Dr. Kelly: Music theory) adapted new system very quickly.I could review classes by zoom recording, so I could fully understand classes.It was grate transition.
Ryu Jongha
26:40
To me, the online learning was new and somewhat difficult for me because I had to be more vigilante about time management and self-discipline. Also, it was hard for me to submit my exams through Canvas than just submitting by hands because I had to take pictures of exams and send them to Gmail, download them, and send it to Canvas. I also had difficulty in studying on my own because I had to be more self-discipline. But, after time passed, I became used to studying alone. Overall, the online learnig was ok.
Alexandria
30:31
It is important that all educators under anti-racism. That they are in workshops unlearning what they know and being able to move forward in educating themselves on the diverse community we have.
Christina Mooney
30:40
racism from counseling staff!
Alexandria
31:03
understand* my apologies. Typed it fast.
Christina Mooney
31:30
we need a more diverse and culturally aware counseling staff
Alexandria
32:49
We have to keep up this work and open up the platform for students to be able to speak. Making this more of a normal. Conducting these type of meetings with not just the staff but students.
Alexandria
33:53
Everyone has to know that these types of conversations will be uncomfortable, but it only allows us to learn. We have to be willing to hear one another. Actually listen.
Jemere Calhoun
38:07
I can be contacted about a lot of different initiatives in our city and state.
Jemere Calhoun
38:23
jemere@risefree.org
FMB
42:11
as a privileged white woman, what is one thing I can do in genuine support of the BLM movement, besides supporting black-owned businesses and giving $$ to ACLU, SLPC, etc.?
francisco son
44:21
yeah just couple of words
NYREE BERRY
45:12
Awesome!!! Christina!! Blessings!
Jemere Calhoun
46:06
Thank you, Christina!!!! Your voice is important!!!!
Alexandria
46:16
::claps:: thank you Christina! Congratulations for coming back to school!
Andrea Eke
46:57
Thank you Christina for sharing!!!
Andrea Eke
47:46
@Christina you came email me at ekea@lacitycollege.edu for direct support
Christina Mooney
47:51
thank you!
Christina Mooney
48:51
leecd5319@student.laccd.edu
Christina Mooney
49:01
that is my email address
Yanick Thomassaint
49:28
I was not able to finish my class because I didn't get the laptop that was awarded to me. I waito appko for fall classes, but I need a computer. I am disappointed because I was told I got it and they keep telling me I am on the waiting list and months later.. nothing. please help.thank you,Yanick Thomassaint323-571-7899
Christina Mooney
50:43
thank you Dr Eke I am making. note of your email address. are you a coordinator for eops? that's where I experienced most of the problems!
Christina Mooney
52:37
thank you for speaking up Francisco. I knew it couldn't have just been me experiencing this
Andrea Eke
54:33
@Christina I coordinate the Umoja program. I have your email and will connect with after this chat
CARBONMX@laccd.edu
58:24
EOP&S was a wonderful resource for me, so sad that you had a bad experience @christina mooney
Christina Mooney
58:43
did professor berry leave an email address
FMB
59:05
thank you very helpful
NYREE BERRY
59:16
Nyree Berry @ berrynr@lacitycollege.edu
Saadia Lagarde Porche
59:37
@Christina and all students who may be interested, I am one of the student services dean responsible for a number of our special programs such as EOPS, CalWORKs and Foster Youth Programs. @Christina, I have your email and will reach out to you today. Other students, please send your email and I will help you connect to the different programs for which you may be eligible.
Saadia Lagarde Porche
01:00:28
Here is my email porchest@lacitycollege.edu
mayra
01:00:28
marmay288@gmail.com
Jemere Calhoun
01:00:50
thank you all again. It was an honor to serve you all in any capacity and especially as the ASG President. Feel free to reach out to me at jemere@risefree.org for any questions, comments or concerns.
Jemere Calhoun
01:03:23
Thank you for your leadership Dr. Gallagher.
FMB
01:03:46
Hi andrea - can you resend that link because it’s only 1 page as a pdf
Saadia Lagarde Porche
01:03:54
Thank you everyone!
mayra
01:03:54
thank you
mayra
01:03:57
bye
Saadia Lagarde Porche
01:03:59
Your voice matters!