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Ana Karen Barragan
29:11
Hello everyone! From San Francisco :)
Margaret Barrett
29:25
Hi - I'm from UNC-Chapel Hill - zooming in from Durham.
Mrs Alysha Lynette Johnson Williams
29:26
Hi All! So glad to be here tonight. Calling in from Cambridge, MA! So excited to hear from Vivekae and Meena :)
Kimberly Jarquin
29:26
Hi! Im from Princeton University!
KC Wagner
30:06
NYC - Worker Institute at Cornell ILR
Travis A. Lovett
32:07
To learn more about land acknowledgement and indigenous communities where you live, visit: https://native-land.ca/
Travis A. Lovett
32:28
first question order of Lauren, Meena, Vivekae, and Jason
Travis A. Lovett
32:42
will stick with the same order for the second session
Travis A. Lovett
34:04
*second question
Varsha Ghosh
34:17
Calling in from suddenly sunny Dorchester, MA!
Travis A. Lovett
34:58
https://anchor.fm/broadcastsfromtheborder/episodes/Welcome-to-Broadcasts-from-the-Border-eeoqts
Mariel Montero
35:20
Hi everyone! I’m zooming in from Amherst, MA.
Meena Venkataramanan
36:05
Please fill out this form if you’re interested in contributing to Stories from the Border in the future, in any capacity: bit.ly/sftb2021
Brice Kimble
36:50
Calling from Pima County myself! Hello from Tucson, AZ
Carlos (he/el)
40:14
Tuned in from the San Fernando Valley in Los Angeles CA. Shoutout to CPIC and PBH!!!!!!!!!
Travis A. Lovett
43:39
question order of Lauren, Meena, Vivekae, and Jason for this one too - just realized that was buried
Vivekae Kim
01:05:42
The scholar, Lisa Cacho, I mentioned wrote this book, which is amazing for thinking about pathways forward: https://nyupress.org/9780814723753/social-death/
Vivekae Kim
01:12:02
Wanted to share another wonderful book from Naomi Paik about “abolitionist sanctuary” as a way to make fundamental change to the immigration system: https://www.ucpress.edu/book/9780520305120/bans-walls-raids-sanctuary
Vivekae Kim
01:13:19
bit.ly/juntos2021
Travis A. Lovett
01:23:56
Stories from the Border: Broadcasts from the Border: https://anchor.fm/broadcastsfromtheborder/episodes/Welcome-to-Broadcasts-from-the-Border-eeoqtsFlorence Immigrant and Refugee Rights Project: https://firrp.org/The Society of St. Vincent de Paul: https://www.stvincentdepaul.net/
carlin
01:24:07
checking in from Nogales - another book on WHY anyone should care De León, Jason. 2015. The Land of Open Graves : Living and Dying on the Migrant Trail. California Series in Public Anthropology: 36. University of California Press.
Vivekae Kim
01:24:33
I’ll second Carlin’s message ^ Jason De León’s book is incredible
Vivekae Kim
01:24:59
To learn about Pima County Justice for All (PCJFA) go to pimacountyjusticeforall.org + follow us @pcjfa on Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter. We’re also looking for phone bankers (can be done from anywhere!): bit.ly/pcjfaphonebank
Travis A. Lovett
01:25:13
Please provide us with feedback about tonight’s session by going to: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSe4RzdIv9J06uuzRbbTbfg3yS_G31nNWrov7-8L4-g6jlf7tw/viewform
Meena Venkataramanan
01:25:52
And our main SFTB page is medium.com/stories-from-the-border
Vivekae Kim
01:26:01
Incredible carrd for mobilizing in support of AAPI folks: support-aapi.carrd.co
Dr. Wendy Muse Sinek (she/her)
01:27:09
Thank you so much! Just FYI - the survey has so many required questions, it deters me from filling it out. Possibly adjust? In any case, thanks so much for your awesome work!
Jordy Hopp (he/him)
01:28:37
How can we become involved with Stories from the Border?
Sandra Bass
01:29:06
Wonderful panel! Thanks so much for all the panelists!
Lisa Niebels
01:29:11
Thank you for being here!
Travis A. Lovett
01:29:13
Join us for future Journeys Toward Justice sessions - RSVP at https://engage.richmond.edu/events/journeystowardjustice.htmlStudents, please join us for the reflection session following the webinar: https://harvard.zoom.us/j/8062718594
Vivekae Kim
01:29:18
bit.ly/sftb2021! @ Jordy Hopp
Dr. Wendy Muse Sinek (she/her)
01:29:24
Thank you so much, everyone! Great panel!
Nooran
01:29:27
Thank you so much everyone!
Alexandra Byrum
01:29:30
Thank you to all the panelists for your important work and to Harvard for hosting this great session!
Jordy Hopp (he/him)
01:29:54
Thank you so much!
Johnny Scafidi
01:30:12
Thank you so much for sharing your experiences and insights!
Travis A. Lovett
01:30:12
Students, please join us for the reflection session following the webinar: https://harvard.zoom.us/j/8062718594
Laura Rambo
01:30:18
Just want to echo all the other thank you’s, this was wonderful and inspiring !