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Friday Morning Seminar - March 11 Special Session on Paul Farmer - Shared screen with speaker view
Maria de lourdes beldi de alcantara
24:02
It was the first time I saw Paul….
Akile Gürsoy
42:22
I thought very highly of him and his work. Thank you for the opportunity to be part of this commeoration meeting.
Giuseppe Raviola
50:14
https://www.pih.org/article/celebrating-new-possibilities-sierra-leones-only-psychiatric-hospital
Giuseppe Raviola
51:07
https://www.pih.org/article/meet-mental-health-warriors-sierra-leone
Giuseppe Raviola
01:25:38
https://www.pih.org/article/an-electric-year-in-northern-rwanda
Erica James
01:29:17
Here is a wonderful piece on Paul as a builder/architect: https://commonedge.org/paul-farmer-our-greatest-architect/.
Sadeq Rahimi
01:32:31
The documentary film “Bending the Arc” on Paul’s work in Haiti and beyond is currently on Netflix in the US (possibly elsewhere as well, given the occasion)
christophe Millien
01:40:27
good morning every bod
christophe Millien
01:40:56
sorry I was doing a surgery for cervical cancer
christophe Millien
01:41:22
it was difficult
Sadeq Rahimi
01:42:15
No problem Christophe.
Michael M. J. Fischer
01:42:18
Welcome Christophe! Hope the surgery went well
Arlene Katz
01:42:51
welcome… sorry it was difficult…
Maggie Sullivan (she/her/ella)
02:06:01
Thank you so much for creating this space of reflection and memory about Paul. I have enjoyed and learned so much in the sharing, not only about Paul but about community-building and collective activism.
Janis Jenkins
02:06:44
Wonderful set of stories, & tributes. Treasures, all.
Katie Peeler
02:07:21
Thank you all. I apologize that I need to sign off to pick up my daughter from school. This was really wonderful, and I look forward to watching it all again on the recording.
Michael & Michele Nathan
02:07:36
I feel Paul's presence in the ongoing work so strongly, I feel he is here in SO much more than memory, and lives on!
Lesley Sharp
02:08:15
All of this is so moving. Thank you one and all for these. I am so very sorry I need to sign out because of another meeting. Thank you for such a moving and inclusive gathering.
Sheri Weiser
02:11:24
Thank you so much in including me in this very moving and therapeutic tribute.
Thomas Csordas
02:16:22
It's been a privilege to hear how Paul's spirit is so strong in the life and work of everyone online here today. Let us continue our commitment to eliminating stupid deaths. Till we meet again.
Erica James
02:19:12
Thank you for creating this chance to reflect on Paul and his influence on us and all the world. Let’s keep this movement going forward into all of our disciplines. I’m ready to come back to Haiti and visit Rwanda.
Maria de lourdes beldi de alcantara
02:19:19
Thank you!!!!!!!!
Ngirinshuti Theogene
02:20:12
Thank you so much everyone.
NadaAbukishk
02:21:03
Thank you so much. looking forward to seeing you in the future
christophe Millien
02:21:03
Thank you so much for letting me talk and listen to me
Joia Mukherjee+MMSc-GHD students
02:21:19
Thanks so much everyone for your inspiring words to remember Paul
Michael M. J. Fischer
02:21:44
Christophe — that was a terrific homage to Paul and to the goals of this community
christophe Millien
02:21:47
Respect and love for you all
Gabriela Stone
02:22:16
Thank you so much for this incredible privilege in hearing these words! You are all greatly appreciated!
Byron Good
02:22:51
Thank you so much, Christophe
Joe Calabrese
02:23:32
Thank you for this event. My first summer of fieldwork was a summer spent in Haiti and I was struck by the poverty unlike anything I had seen … as well as the indomitable spirit of the Haitian people. Paul has done amazing work in intervening in this context and others. What an example of a human being.
Amy Moran Thomas
02:24:10
https://slate.com/human-interest/2022/02/paul-farmer-obituary-adia-benton.html
Arlene Katz
02:24:23
aver solidarité christophe. we honor paul and all the work you do
Sarah Willen
02:25:12
Thank you all, so very much, for these extraordinary glimpses into Paul’s life and legacy -- including his roadmap(s), as Joia has put it, for all the work ahead. Privileged to join all of you in mourning his loss and celebrating his life.
Mary Jo DelVecchio Good
02:25:57
Thank you all for such insightful reflections
Seth Donal Hannah
02:29:35
So many beautiful reflections here. Thank you all for sharing. I feel so fortunate to be able to use Paul’s ideas and accomplishments to inspire my own students in Global Health to carry on his legacy and the legacy of this community in their own lives and work into the future.
Mary Jo DelVecchio Good
02:32:46
Thank you Seth!
Felicity Aulino
02:35:46
thank you all so much, love to all
Giuseppe Raviola
02:37:24
Thank you All! Love to All.
Stephanie Smith
02:37:58
Yes thank you and be well all.
christophe Millien
02:38:57
Thanks everyone. I just continue to learn about my inspired mentor
Amy Farber
02:40:11
This was very meaningful. Thanks to everyone.
jaswant guzder
02:42:54
Thank you for this inspiring remembering and sharing, invocation of Paul ’s ethos and values driving a humanism in healing
Erica James
02:43:36
another piece on paul: https://www.commonwealmagazine.org/remembering-paul-farmer?utm_source=Main+Reader+List&utm_campaign=22a111249b-EMAIL_CAMPAIGN_2017_03_16_COPY_01&utm_medium=email&utm_term=0_407bf353a2-22a111249b-92604375
christophe Millien
02:50:07
An important point to mention is that Paul was scientist
christophe Millien
02:51:25
it is important to continue with Paul legacy by continue developing social medicine by using science
Byron Good
02:51:52
Agree, Christophe
Darja Djordjevic
02:52:19
Gratitude to Mary-Jo and Byron for teaching and training Paul, and then all of us younger generations. He used to tell stories about his grad student days with you he believed in our non-blood kinship with our radically generous and caring mentors. It’s frightening to lose him because many of us feel we need to step up to the plate and take on more, earlier than we thought we could or would. But that is the reciprocal gift and that is what he wanted. He had infinite love and patience and close readership and medical teaching for so many of us, it’s like losing a parent far too soon. A moral parent, an intellectual parent, a personal parent, an ideological parents.
Seth Donal Hannah
02:52:58
Well put, Darja
Seth Donal Hannah
02:53:47
Thank you, Sadeq, Byron, Mary-Jo, Michael, everyone
Erica James
02:53:51
Thank you all! See you soon.
Seth Donal Hannah
02:54:02
Thanks you Erica
Maria de lourdes beldi de alcantara
02:54:18
Thank you…………..I miss you…..