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Fall 2021_FLEX DEI Sessions - Shared screen with speaker view
Ritchie Hagen | he/him
19:56
HI :)
Erin Delaney (she/her)
20:20
Hi Ritchie, welcome!
Ritchie Hagen | he/him
20:36
Erin!!!!!!!!!!!! Hi!!!
sharon.melton@canyons.edu
21:57
Hi Everyone Hope all is well.
Necia Gelker
22:31
Hello Sharon!
Heaven Warner
29:31
Well said!
Flavio Medina-Martin (He/Him/His/El)
36:19
Supporting and not being judgmental when engaging in those discussions
Ciara Asberry
36:40
Listening and being a support system, being a confidant, being a consistent friend
Adam Kaminsky
36:54
Learning names and having genuine dialogue.
Katie Lookholder (She/Her)
37:04
Great answers Ciara and Adam!
Collette Gibson (she/her)
37:05
I rotate through zoom virtual backgrounds. One is the pride flag in a heart shape.
Katie Lookholder (She/Her)
37:14
Love that Collette!
angela kirwin from ucla medical
37:28
mentioning my non-binary and gay family members. using their preferred pronouns . helping a student change his birth name on the roster to his gender.
Katie Lookholder (She/Her)
37:41
Wonderful Angela :)
Kelly (she/her) Ramnarine
37:43
Knowing that it's ok to not know everything, but that it's important to be able to direct folks towards resources that may be able to better support them than I can.
Katie Lookholder (She/Her)
37:59
Kelly is a great resource herself!!
angela kirwin from ucla medical
38:01
hi Kelly! you’re awesome! 💕
Katie Lookholder (She/Her)
39:16
Great news on the bathroom front, we have some available already!
Erin Delaney (she/her)
39:29
We have all gender restrooms! Also, everyone should have the opportunity to use the restroom they're most comfortable with.
Erin Delaney (she/her)
40:42
Here's the campus map that indicates where all gender restrooms are available on campus
Erin Delaney (she/her)
40:55
*Valencia campus
Ciara Asberry
42:18
I think these should be included during orientation or campus tours
London Robinson
42:20
I believe that it's important to let students decide where they want to go. That's there decision.
London Robinson
43:08
*their
angela kirwin from ucla medical
44:26
I wish I knew the location of all gender restrooms on campus, too
Shannon Doronio (she/ her/ ella)
45:06
be sure to download that Map!
angela kirwin from ucla medical
45:47
I will thank you 😊
Kelly (she/her) Ramnarine
53:01
Here is a blank of the gender unicorn if you'd like to fill one out about yourself or think about it independently.
Ritchie Hagen | he/him
54:32
I encourage yall to fill it out when you have time, it can be eye-opening!!
Kelly (she/her) Ramnarine
54:55
And do it more than once, sometimes it's fun to see how things that seem stable may actually be fluid over time.
Preeta Saxena (she/her/hers)
58:11
https://transstudent.org/gender/
Shannon Doronio (she/ her/ ella)
01:01:01
fantastic way to demonstrate inclusive curriculum!
Kelly (she/her) Ramnarine
01:01:45
For bio and physics and math: there are so many LGBTQ scientists throughout history.
Kelly (she/her) Ramnarine
01:02:07
Alan Turing, Nikola Tesla, Sally Ride, etc. etc. etc.
Ritchie Hagen | he/him
01:03:44
We have been around for a looooooong long time hehe
Erin Delaney (she/her)
01:07:06
Here's a TED talk to help learn more about intersectionality: https://www.ted.com/talks/kimberle_crenshaw_the_urgency_of_intersectionality?language=en
Daylene Meuschke
01:07:08
Thank you for the presentation and dialogue today.
Kelly (she/her) Ramnarine
01:07:41
Intersectionality is a term that comes from UCLA Law Professor Kimberle Crenshaw. If you'd like to hear her talk about it: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ViDtnfQ9FHc&ab_channel=NationalAssociationofIndependentSchools%28NAIS%29
Shannon Doronio (she/ her/ ella)
01:07:43
YES! @Ritchie! Especially in indigenous culture. Colonialism erased our ancestral concepts of who we are by imposing/weaponizing gender binary thinking
Ritchie Hagen | he/him
01:08:10
Yes exactly!
Ritchie Hagen | he/him
01:08:29
And it continues even today
Erin Delaney (she/her)
01:09:19
Great job, Lauren!
Rebecca Edwards
01:10:25
Thanks so much for an informative and supportive presentation.
mercedes mcDonald
01:11:31
Thank you for the links!
Erin Delaney (she/her)
01:11:35
I'm so sorry--I have to go to my next presentation. Please feel free to email me with any questions you may have for me! Here's my email address: erin.delaney@canyons.edu
Shannon Doronio (she/ her/ ella)
01:11:35
A recent favorite quote I heard was ”Gender is not kin to biology, it is kin to racism. It is used to oppress.”
Necia Gelker
01:12:09
Thank you all. Rebecca said it all and I agree.
Katie Lookholder (She/Her)
01:13:09
www.canyons.edu/alliances
Katie Lookholder (She/Her)
01:13:17
Check out info about all alliances here :)
Michelle LaBrie (she/her)
01:14:10
thank you to everyone!
Christopher Blakey
01:14:44
Yes, thank you for the great discussion.
Abram Antler
01:15:21
abram.antler@canyons.edu
London Robinson
01:15:24
Thank you so much! this has been wonderful!
Katie Lookholder (She/Her)
01:15:45
QueerSCV.com
Katie Lookholder (She/Her)
01:15:49
Check out the zine here!
Yarely Gonzalez
01:16:18
Great session! THANK YOU ALL!!!
Flavio Medina-Martin (He/Him/His/El)
01:16:31
I will definitely be reaching out to you Professor Antler!! It would be great to collaborate and bring a guest speaker to COC!!
Dan Friedman
01:17:24
Thank you for doing this presentation!
Patricia Foley
01:17:26
thank you!
Juan Renteria (He/Him)
01:17:27
This was great. Thanks!
Lisette Godinez
01:17:33
Thank you all!
sharon.melton@canyons.edu
01:17:34
Thank you everyone for your participation.
Ritchie Hagen | he/him
01:17:35
Thank you all!
Collette Gibson (she/her)
01:17:37
Thank you for sharing!
Adam Kaminsky
01:17:39
Great job panelists!
Alma Juarez (She/Her/Ella)
01:17:39
Thank you all!!
Lucia Pozo-Gravatt
01:17:43
Thank you all!
Shannon Doronio (she/ her/ ella)
01:17:50
Thank you guys for letting me jump in at the last!
Nazanin Naraghi (she/her)
01:17:58
Thank you! Great talk.
Neil Walker
01:17:59
Thanks SO much everyone!
mercedes mcDonald
01:18:05
Thank you, this was really helpful and positive!
Preeta Saxena (she/her/hers)
01:18:12
Thank you, Flavio!