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Lucas Chu
39:58
From Naheen: your best american girl - mitski
Lucas Chu
40:10
From me: Weak - AJR
Matt Thomas
43:12
https://open.spotify.com/playlist/0K2dPh1DQp97YQlkvn9qBq Here’s the playlist of all of our songs!
Ryan Ahmed
43:38
New York City
Jolly Zheng
43:39
New York City !
Mmachukwu Osisioma
43:40
Tennessee
STELLA VAYNER
43:40
Brooklyn, new York
Mia Osmonbekov
43:40
Arizona, US
Riley Anderson
43:41
San Jose California
Soree Park
43:41
NYC
Aahaan Bandopadhyay (he/him)
43:41
Saratoga, California
Philip Zitser
43:41
Brooklyn, NY
Wagiha Mariam
43:41
New York City
Kristina Lian
43:41
New York City
Sarah Derkach
43:42
New York City
Mehadi Chowdhury
43:42
Bronx, NYC
Moriah Lim
43:42
North Attleboro, MA
Afran Ahmed
43:42
NYC
Jayanth Mammen
43:42
Warren, NJ, USA
KRISTEN WANG
43:42
New York City
RENEE FISHLER
43:43
NYC
Kyrsten Su (she/her)
43:43
California!
Kendrick Backmon
43:43
South Carolina
Elizabeth Shvarts (she/her)
43:43
staten island, ny
AZHAR AHMED
43:43
NYC
Mahmoud Abdellatif RBN #15
43:44
New York City
Jessica Lin
43:44
NYC
Selina Liu
43:44
JERSEYYYYYY
Ainai Habtom (she/her)
43:44
San Jose, CA
HG
43:44
Ithaca, NY, USA
Divya Shah
43:44
nyc
Priscilla Maryanski
43:45
New Jersey
Matt Thomas
43:45
Los Angeles, CA
Esha Iftikhar (she/her)
43:45
NYC
Ronald Fridlyand
43:45
New York City
Anthony Mathai
43:45
Staten island, ny
MAMADOU BARRY
43:46
Bronx, NY
Illia Filipacchi
43:46
NYC
Dara Macareno
43:46
Staten Island, NYC
Tasmia Afrin
43:46
New York City!
Team #3 Alan Shnir
43:46
Brooklyn, NYC!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Shen Shen Lau
43:46
NYC
Sena Sarı
43:47
Istanbul, turkey
Angye Bardales
43:47
NYC
Jasmine Chen
43:47
NY
Jennifer Khosid
43:48
NYC
Zoë Zizzo (she|her|hers)
43:48
Highlands Ranch, Colorado
Sreelakshmi
43:49
Kerala, India
Khooshi Surti
43:49
Mars, PA, US
Adam Jameel
43:49
LA, CA
bracie aston
43:49
New York City
Abigail Tenenbaum
43:49
Brooklyn, NYC
Sadiqah Quadery
43:49
New York City
Helen Deng
43:49
Toronto, Canada
Chyonika Roy
43:50
Queens, NYC
Jessica
43:50
California
Ritik Kumar
43:50
Delhi, India
Tatyana Cruz
43:51
New York City
Jabid Morshed
43:53
New York City!!!!
Shreya (she/her)
43:53
Queens NY
Allan Rikshpun
43:54
Staten Island, NY
Reinesse Wong
43:54
Westchester, NY
Siri Dasari
43:55
India (but from Jersey!)
Gianna McPartland
43:58
nyc
Erik U
43:59
NYC
Rahib Taher
43:59
nyc
Radiah Jamil
44:00
New York City
Kritika Grover
44:01
New Delhi,India
Ray Nobuhara
44:01
Queens, NY
Sushobhan Chimoriya
44:01
Kathmandu, Nepal
Dylan
44:01
canuckistan
Jian Sundvall
44:01
Hermantown, Minnesota
Sanjana
44:03
Bangalore , India
Naheen Kabir AL 2
44:03
Bahrain
Sarah Infante
44:03
New York City
depa saha (she,her)
44:05
New York City :)
THERESA MORANO
44:06
NYC
Adam Jameel
44:06
LA
Byeongjun Moon
44:07
Vancouver Canada!
Lucas Tardif
44:16
Au Sable Forks, NY
Neil Murla
44:17
Philippines
Sabrina Rokerya
44:18
Toronto, Canada
depa saha (she,her)
44:22
I live in The Bronx!
Heramb Podar
44:22
Mumbai,india
Ma. Rizza C.
44:23
Philippines
depa saha (she,her)
44:25
Brooklyn is cool
HG
45:27
oooo, Philippines
Allan Rikshpun
49:46
first hand experience
Esha Iftikhar (she/her)
49:49
Personal narratives
Jennifer Khosid
49:50
feasibility
Mahmoud Abdellatif RBN #15
49:51
Public Demand
Shiv Goel (he/him)
49:51
Corporate lobbying
Lucas Chu
49:53
News
Riley Anderson
49:54
personal experience
STELLA VAYNER
49:54
reputation
Elizabeth Shvarts (she/her) Team 17
49:55
feasability- how much a project costs
depa saha (she,her)
49:55
Past experience
Tasmia Afrin
49:56
plausible solutions
Kyrsten Su (she/her)
49:58
personal beliefs
Selina Liu
49:58
experience
paraskevi // 17
49:59
Media
KRISTEN WANG
50:00
anecdotes and personal experience
Mehadi Chowdhury
50:00
The cost of the idea
Shen Shen Lau
50:01
cost
Khooshi Surti
50:02
cultural movements
Team #3 Alan Shnir
50:04
Friends
Dara Macareno
50:05
how big of a problem it is, specific group impacted
Ritik Kumar
50:06
Public opinion
Aahaan Bandopadhyay (he/him)
50:07
notoriety
Mia Osmonbekov
50:07
not to be cynical, but also who bankrolls political campaignes
Philip Zitser
50:08
Economic effects
Afran Ahmed 8
50:09
Plausibility given time
Ronald Fridlyand
50:09
impact
Jessica Lin
50:09
cost
Sarah Derkach
50:11
Personal experience
Esha Iftikhar (she/her)
50:12
Convenience
Jayanth Mammen
50:15
Conflicting incentivizes
RENEE FISHLER
50:15
spreading awareness on social media
Jasmine Chen - 17
50:16
the media
Anthony Mathai
50:16
private assistance
Ainai Habtom (she/her)
50:18
media influence
Kritika Grover
50:30
Public interest
Shiv Goel (he/him)
50:31
*Corporate lobbying
Chyonika Roy
50:31
I think feasibility, social movements and civil action, and lobbying and lobbyist.
Abigail Tenenbaum
50:38
personal experience
Tatyana Cruz
50:39
A mix of student influence along with teacher and parent support
Ray Nobuhara
50:46
Personal anecdotes
THERESA MORANO
51:14
Economic effects
Elizabeth Shvarts (she/her) Team 17
52:26
by public system , would this refer to the public education system or public government provided services in general?
Tasmia Afrin
57:38
Thank you!
depa saha (she,her)
57:46
Thank you for speaking :)
Anthony Mathai
57:50
Thank you!
Afran Ahmed 8
57:51
thank you !
Ryan Ahmed
57:52
Thank you!
Sarah Derkach
57:54
Thank you
Esha Iftikhar (she/her)
57:54
Thank you!
bracie aston
57:54
Thank you!
Dara Macareno
57:55
thank you for your time
Angye Bardales
57:56
Thank you!
Jian Sundvall
57:57
Thank you
THERESA MORANO
57:57
Thank you!
Ray Nobuhara
57:58
Thank you for speaking.
Achraf El Madnaoui
57:58
Thank you!
Mia Osmonbekov
57:59
thank you!
Allan Rikshpun
58:00
Thank you !
Elizabeth Shvarts (she/her) Team 17
58:00
thank you!
Sadiqah Quadery
58:01
Thank you!
Abigail Tenenbaum
58:05
Thank you!
Ronald Fridlyand
58:06
Thank you!
Tatyana Cruz
58:11
Thank you !
Team #3 Alan Shnir
58:14
Thank You!
Kendrick Backmon
58:42
Thank you! This was an inspiring presentation!
Selina Liu
59:19
Thank you
depa saha (she,her)
59:53
Thank you :)
Lucas Chu
01:00:10
Hand order: Tatyana, Elizabeth, Jayanth, Ray
Lucas Chu
01:00:38
Then Afran, Stella, Allan (keep it short please)
Wagiha Mariam
01:04:40
That was really insightful; I didn't even think about consequences when going from a federal to local policy when it gets so prescriptive, I'll take that into account today; than you!
Wagiha Mariam
01:04:50
*thank
Lucas Chu
01:08:19
Thanks for the questions y’all :) We’ve reached 100 participants!
Lucas Chu
01:14:48
@Chyonika, Stella, Allan
Lucas Chu
01:14:51
Drop your qs in the chat
Lucas Chu
01:14:59
https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1f-GcrgaY6Bkz-pzFC5rR8z1jTEAg7k6STqLy8LHBGto/edit#slide=id.ga7d90b1e7c_43_700 current breakout room assignments are on slide 7
Lucas Chu
01:15:06
Dm me adjustments
STELLA VAYNER
01:15:29
in your experience is it more effective to urge policymakers through written letters and petitions or through lobbying
Team #3 Alan Shnir
01:16:09
Is it better to mail or call politicians to reach them?
Shiv Goel (he/him)
01:16:47
Why do you think the media has such a large role in policymaking and how do we counter misinformation regarding policy?
Chyonika Roy
01:17:09
I wonder how when most students in the city who have special needs where most of them are in genral public schools and not in district 75 in NYC how are resources distributed?
Allan Rikshpun
01:17:11
Do policy makers focus on a certain priority such as economic or social values ?
Philip Zitser
01:18:08
^^I believe policy makers prioritize whatever is most probable to be passed and more important dependent on the topic
Stefan Lallinger
01:18:16
Thank you all for the opportunity to chat today. Really enjoyed the conversation. I'll be in and out all day, but happy to follow up with anyone who would like to. Best of luck today!
Priscilla Maryanski
01:19:16
Thanks so much! @Stefan
Byeongjun Moon - Organizer
01:19:32
Thank you so much Stefan!
Helen Deng
01:19:36
Great presentation Stefan!
Arnav Joshi
01:19:55
Thanks Stefan, that was really insightful!
Mia Osmonbekov
01:20:20
Thank you Mr. Lallinger!
Achraf El Madnaoui
01:20:47
Was very insightful, Mr. Lallinger!
Lucas Chu
01:20:54
Congrats!
Team #3 Alan Shnir
01:21:08
Congratulations!!!
Elizabeth Shvarts (she/her) Team 17
01:21:18
congrats!!
Angye Bardales
01:21:24
That is so amazing, congratulations!
depa saha (she,her)
01:21:25
Congrats :)
THERESA MORANO
01:21:29
Congratulations!
Afran Ahmed
01:21:30
congratulations!
Mehadi Chowdhury
01:21:35
Congrats!
Jessica Lin
01:21:35
yayy congratss
Sarah Derkach
01:21:36
Congratulations
Jolly Zheng
01:21:38
congratulations!!
Chyonika Roy
01:21:42
Congrats
Ronald Fridlyand
01:21:45
congratulations
Jayanth Mammen
01:22:25
Congrats
Shiv Goel (he/him)
01:22:44
Congrats!
Group 1 - Nuna and Sabrina
01:23:11
Sorry everyone, I missed Lucas’ intro request (was making tea)
Achraf El Madnaoui
01:24:47
Very impressive!
Lucas Chu
01:26:14
Given our amazing questions and mentors, we’ll be running a bit late, so the break will be 5 minutes instead of 15 at 240
Lucas Chu
01:28:18
Its kind of ridiculous how international our volunteers are
Lucas Chu
01:28:33
We have Dubai, Nepal, Malaysia, Canada, Brazil, India
Lucas Chu
01:28:42
On the call right now
Group 1 - Nuna and Sabrina
01:28:57
Banger outreach work, Lucas!
Tasmia Afrin
01:30:59
Thank you all of these were so insightful
Elizabeth Shvarts (she/her) Team 17
01:31:14
^^
Lucas Chu
01:31:22
We have a lot of high school interns at Policy for the People to make sure you’re all represented!
Priscilla Maryanski
01:31:36
Wooo
Lucas Chu
01:31:41
Huge shout out to Mahmoud
Lucas Chu
01:31:44
For marketing and Finxerunt
Dara Macareno
01:31:50
^^^
Shreya (she/her)
01:31:55
YES MAHMOUD
Elizabeth Shvarts (she/her) Team 17
01:32:02
mahmoudddd
Lucas Chu
01:32:17
Room 6 and 7 are completely high school, so @Helen feel free to stop by
Helen Deng
01:33:16
@Lucas Sounds good!
Lucas Chu
01:34:11
Heramb is helping write an ethnology on the Pandemic Policython atm
Ritik Kumar
01:40:04
Room 8