What has COVID revealed about racial disparities (and U.S. politics)? - Shared screen with speaker view
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Barbara Krementz A’01 Maine
Monique Foster, Old Lyme, CT
Madeline Elwell ’18 philly
Mary Applegate, Class of 1980, Albany NY
Emma Rocco ’16, Albany NY
Vicky Razo '04 Palmdale, CA
Christine Robb ’67 Maine
Betsy Elizabeth Topper
Betsy Topper ’82, usually in Los Angeles, in New Jersey today at my mom’s.
Mary Harvey '75 Charlotte, NC
Gigi Becker from Lyme, CT
Leigh Quenin Quenasse ‘10 Rochester NY
Hello, I am Vernita Blocker, SSW-1975
Roz Zakheim ‘69 Los Angeles
Margaret Innes '86, Maine
Maro Titus, '91 from the Smith College Club of Cape Cod...and a former student of Professor Ackelsberg!
Marci Schultz ‘84 New Jersey
Caitlin Vanderbilt '10, Boston, MA
Janet Schulte '80
Michelle Dunn '88, Cape and Islands
Janice Yudell, '68 Venice CA
Susan Shell Ada 1992 Montville, Maine
LA alums--hope you'll stay on for the chat at the end of the presentation! Would be fun to be together!
Liz Shelly '85 Chicago
Terri Salus '78, SCCW
Terri Salus '78, DC. Federal Employment & Civil Rights attorney (retired 1/2017), now community college teacher (Citizenship--Civics & English Language)
How might religious communities have a role?
I think that concept of the common good is correct, but there has to a basic understanding that people of color have a right to exist
It's an unfortunate truth that religious communities are among the most segregated in the country -- racially and certainly politically.Even though many have a genuine belief in the importance of looking outside ourselves, that's often hard to put into practice.I'd be interested in your thoughts..
great point about the religious community
We need more people running for local offices (as Steve Bannon says...) and more public radio stations to reach more people...
Agree Janice! Run for Something is a great resource.
Thank you for an interesting and inspiring presentation.
Terri Salus '78, SCCW
Deborah Wess (she, hers)
thank you, Martha!
Prof. Ackelsberg it was great to see you again. Thank you for your presentation.
Thank you- Liz Dailey McManus 1991
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