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Staff Town Hall Meeting - Shared screen with speaker view
Sofy
02:08
Sofya Mednik is here
Carol
22:56
We have the Break It to Make It program on campus that supports formerly incarcerated students at LACC.
Leslie Ferreira
23:08
We had the Break It To Make It Program on campus. For three years the Theater Arts department partnered with the Strindberg Laboratory and the Los Angeles Mission to offered credit courses to incarcerated students at Lancaster State Penitentiary.
Jemere Calhoun
24:46
Break it down Professor Ealy!!!
Jemere Calhoun
25:38
Afro 60!
Vera Tylecek
25:40
Yes I remember that Vera
Vera Tylecek
26:05
Henry you are right I remember that Vera
Vera Tylecek
27:07
And also the Transportation classes were taken away too Vera
Katie Hamilton
29:20
Can you share a link to the video?
Dorothy Fuhrmann
29:33
Put he video up as a link
GENGARCL@laccd.edu
29:33
Can you share the link to this video so we can watch it on our own?
Martha Pelayo
30:48
Please share a link to stats if possible
Carol
33:32
Love the ideas that both of our professors are suggesting!!
Ande Richards
34:05
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HGRmcqBHWx0&t=49s - this is the link the youtube video
Laurel Paley
34:15
There is an online version of the Collegian.
Laurel Paley
37:19
I think that the problem with the website is that people can’t FIND the collegian, etc.
Jemere Calhoun
37:22
typing......
Angel Amaro Jr.
38:05
Great ideas for the LACC website.
Katie Hamilton
39:07
Professors, how do you view we could adopt “culturally responsive pedagogy” or “diversity infused curriculum”, campus-wide across all disciplines? In practice
Natalie Embrey
39:47
I think this is the best time to get into additions to the website. We can do a lot to make information engaging and more easily accessible.
Laurel Paley
41:20
Yes!! Athletics!!
J Guzman
41:54
Thurgood Marshal once stated that he attended a school that, “had no library, cafeteria or gym”. he was arguing that not all school were equal. if black life matters at LACC, why are we moving soooo slow to make improvements. are we moving with “with all deliberate speed”?
Fabian
42:26
We have a great opportunity with our Social Justice Studies Associate for Transfer Degree to add courses or to or improve on the courses that are already part of the degree. This degree is only 1 year old on our campus.
MULLERDN@laccd.edu
43:05
The New Jim Crow Law. Michelle Alexander
Katie Hamilton
43:23
The New Jim Crow - we have that as an ebook through the library
Katie Hamilton
43:43
https://caccl-laccd.primo.exlibrisgroup.com/permalink/01CACCL_LACCD/bk2634/alma991004784249505265
Don Hentschel
45:48
Athletics has been hit hard due to the ban on large gatherings. Yet another way POC suffer disproportionately in 2020.
MULLERDN@laccd.edu
46:44
Yes to Henry’s argument. We need to combine race and class and have it as one word raceclass. “When you know better, we need to do better”…
Christi
47:01
we sell e-books ….and they are available electronically..
Linda Ok
48:00
Yes! And many students need access to more advanced computers, not just chrome books.
Laurel Paley
48:51
Exactly, Linda. Chromebooks don’t cut it for our students.
Camille Duncan
49:05
Lol agreed!
Laurel Paley
50:49
CONGRATS ANDE!
Dorothy Fuhrmann
51:26
The bookstore will sell access to etextbooks
Camille Goulet
52:09
Could we set up socially distanced labs so that students who need more robust computers could access them?
Linda Ok
52:20
Thoughts on keeping our slightly obsolete advanced computers that are targeted for replacement and loan them out for students
Lisa
52:35
Do not spend your black dollars to light a fuse to emulate bombs bursting in air!
Natalie Embrey
52:38
Absolutely. We need to celebrate Juneteenth officially.
Linda Ok
52:44
Labs - safety should be our highest priority
Dorothy Fuhrmann
53:46
There are many. here is one
Dorothy Fuhrmann
53:51
https://teachingamericanhistory.org/library/document/what-to-the-slave-is-the-fourth-of-july/
Dorothy Fuhrmann
54:29
or search What to the slave is the Fourth of July?
Leslie Ferreira
56:55
Here’s a PDF link to the speech: https://masshumanities.org/files/programs/douglass/speech_abridged_med.pdf
Don Hentschel
57:50
btw, today is Justice Thurgood Marshal’s birthday. b 1908.
Katie Hamilton
01:00:21
Bravo Ande!!
alex wiesenfeld
01:00:26
Thank you Ande
Katie Hamilton
01:00:32
Thanks to you all
Imelda Perez
01:00:38
Thank you.....
Natalie Embrey
01:00:43
Thanks, Ande! Good to see you!
Ande Richards
01:00:46
So great to see all of you. It was my pleasure to host.
Natalie Embrey
01:00:55
Thanks, Dr. Day!
Angel Amaro Jr.
01:01:20
Thank you everyone. Angel Amaro Jr.
alex wiesenfeld
01:01:21
Thank you, Dr Day
Imelda Perez
01:01:26
Great meeting
Laurel Paley
01:01:29
Thank you everyone!!
Julie Washenik
01:01:30
Thank Dr. Day, everyone!
Jeff Gilbert
01:01:33
Thank you all!!!
JOTYANA@laccd.edu
01:01:35
Thank you everyone
Andrzej (Andy) Mezynski
01:01:41
This was great! Thank you