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Sadeq Rahimi's Personal Meeting Room - Shared screen with speaker view
Tony V Pham
16:53
Hey Sadeq. Is it possible to send out an email reminder through the event itself?
Virginia Moreira
18:33
good morning!
Catherine Panter-Brick
18:55
Goor morning!
Maria de lourdes beldi de alcantara
30:11
Good morning everyone
Byron Good
30:33
Good morning Lou.
Maria de lourdes beldi de alcantara
33:51
Can I take photos?
Byron Good
34:34
Sure Lou
Maria de lourdes beldi de alcantara
34:40
TKS
Seth Donal Hannah
38:52
You can follow the Center for Global Mental Health at UCSD on Instagram @ucsd_cgmh
Sadeq Rahimi
40:33
Lou -and all- I assume you are aware that recorded videos of this and other seminars are also available to watch. You can find links to them on the bottom of the announcements that I send to the mailing list.
Maria de lourdes beldi de alcantara
41:03
Great, thanks
Ralph Blondel Charles
45:56
It would be interesting to know how these policies evolved before 2016.
Katherine Peeler
47:30
Yes, as terrible as our current administration is, this did not start in 2016. Some background can be found here: https://phr.org/our-work/resources/you-will-never-see-your-child-again-the-persistent-psychological-effects-of-family-separation/
Ralph Blondel Charles
47:56
Thank you very much
Katherine Peeler
48:56
more information on the recent public health rules used to (nonsensically) keep immigrants out and the history behind it: https://www.hhrjournal.org/2020/06/covid-19-asylum-and-false-binaries-of-detention/
Seth Donal Hannah
50:21
Thank you Katherine
Maggie Sullivan
52:03
I also recommend reading about Operation Gatekeeper implemented in 1994 during the Clinton administration. "Prevention through deterrence" extends back to this era. https://www.southernborder.org/operation_gatekeeper
Sadeq Rahimi
56:29
Thanks for these links everybody. I’ll collect and make these available to all for future reference.
Maria de lourdes beldi de alcantara
01:04:01
All pentecost indigenous belives in that
Maria de lourdes beldi de alcantara
01:04:32
If you Believe in God you will be save
Maria de lourdes beldi de alcantara
01:10:13
Has leprosy?
Maria de lourdes beldi de alcantara
01:25:45
Mainly with drawings….photos…they want to see
Maria de lourdes beldi de alcantara
01:26:56
Give them a cel phone with câmara, you will be surprised with the photos inside o
Maria de lourdes beldi de alcantara
01:27:42
of
Seth Donal Hannah
01:28:22
I wonder if they are doing school food distribution in Oceanside during Covid. The schools here in Perris give out 5 days of breakfast and lunch each week.
Maria de lourdes beldi de alcantara
01:31:34
Do you think the biocultural taxonomy can look at the cultural dialogue?
tcsordas UCSD
01:33:17
Thanks for the observations and links on the history of immigration restrictions prior to the past five years. This goes back at least as far as the Immigration Act of 1924 that limited immigration by national quotas.
Maria de lourdes beldi de alcantara
01:45:42
thnks
Seth Donal Hannah
01:54:39
Thank you!
Virginia Moreira
01:55:08
thank you!
Maria de lourdes beldi de alcantara
01:55:22
Great, thanks
Virginia Moreira
01:56:37
wonderful work!!!!
Michael Nathan
01:57:02
Great material. I think we and the work is really at its best when it mixes analysis with advocacy and direct work. It feels a bit like grounded field work, where the pendulum swings between analysis and the intervention, rather than between collection and analysis.
Catherine Panter-Brick
01:57:29
Wonderful work - apologies I need to leave. Thank you for this seminar!
Seth Donal Hannah
02:02:03
https://www.amazon.com/Threshold-Emergency-Responders-California-Anthropology/dp/0520297180
Sarah Willen
02:02:44
Many thanks, JJ, Giselle, and Tom, for sharing this vitally important ongoing work. BTW, we’re hearing many similar themes emerge in contributions to the Pandemic Journaling Project (an online journaling platform + research study Kate Mason and I developed). We collect biweekly mental health data in conjunction with weekly online journal entries. The entire platform is up and running in both English and Spanish, in case folks are interested: http://pandemic-journaling-project.chip.uconn.edu/.
Benjamin Merrill
02:03:13
Thank you Sarah!
Seth Donal Hannah
02:04:25
Sarah, I was inspired by your journaling project to assign pandemic journals in my classes. I have students this term who tell me how meaningful the journal has been to them, and they have continued writing in them regularly even after class ended.
jaswantguzder
02:05:58
VERY IMPORTANT WORK , RELATED WORK WE HAVE DONE IN JAMAICA SINCE 2005 TO NOW ON STUDY OF AGE 8 TO 11 HAS FOUND A SIMILAR ISSUE WITH MEASURES VS QUALITATIVE RESULTS , THANK YOU , jaswant guzder
Mary Jo DelVecchio Good
02:06:20
Thanks Sarah
Mary Smith Fawzi
02:06:41
I'm wondering Sarah if you can share what the weblinks are for the work that you mentioned?
Mary Jo DelVecchio Good
02:06:46
Fascinating materials thanks to JJ TC and Giselle
Sarah Willen
02:06:51
Absolutely! Featured Entries page: https://www.pandemicjournalingproject.org/en/archive/featured
Sarah Willen
02:07:17
Educator Resource page: https://pandemic-journaling-project.chip.uconn.edu/educators/
Mary Smith Fawzi
02:07:27
Thank you!!
Lance Laird (he/him)
02:07:51
Thanks, Sarah.
Sarah Willen
02:08:40
Finally, a fresh piece (just published today) led by two UConn students: https://www.thethinkingrepublic.com/being-counted/how-to-decolonize-future-histories-of-covid-19-starting-now
Aneel Brar
02:10:11
Thank you—very interesting work. I echo some of the other comments on the value of this work being engaged and providing important advocacy.
Brenda Wilson
02:16:53
I have to sign off and head to another call. Thanks so much, everyone!
MUSA BANGURA
02:19:27
Thank you all for this great Lecture, I need to drop off.
Mary Jo DelVecchio Good
02:19:35
See Renee Fox on MSF — Prof Fox passed away recently at 92
Seth Donal Hannah
02:19:48
Thank you Ben
Seth Donal Hannah
02:20:05
RIP Renee Fox
Benjamin Merrill
02:20:28
Thank you Mary Jo
jaswantguzder
02:20:31
THANK YOU,FOR TREMENDOUS SESSION, JASWANT
Sadeq Rahimi
02:21:28
Thank you Jaswant, very glad you can join and share with us.
Arlene Katz
02:22:20
thank you jaswant. Of course there was also Fred Hickling’s work that made such an impact.
Maria de lourdes beldi de alcantara
02:23:03
I have an appointment with TV, now.
Maria de lourdes beldi de alcantara
02:23:07
It was great
Michael M. J. Fischer
02:23:15
Great session Tom & JJ!
Sadeq Rahimi
02:23:20
This has been a wonderful and very important session, thank you Janis and Tom and every body here!
Theogene
02:23:31
Thanks
Edith Stein
02:23:35
amazing! thank you!
Tony V Pham
02:23:36
Thanks!
kendyl salcito
02:23:42
thank you all!!