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Anderson Conference: An Exploration of the Equity & Empowerment Tool for Equity Analysis: A Systemic Approach - Shared screen with speaker view
Maki (she/her)
25:43
You are welcome!
Kim Smith
31:38
I love that version! Should we include that formal PCC Land Acknowledgement at the beginning of all of our on-line classes?
William Butler-Paisley
34:50
Great idea!
Elisabeth Ferreira de Azevedo
35:07
Yes Rekha - values and beliefs for PCC
Anna Truxes (she/her, they/them)
35:07
Yes please!
Anna Truxes (she/her, they/them)
35:14
Great idea Rekha.
Davida Jordan
35:15
Great idea!
Tricia Brand (she/her)
35:31
I meant to mention that our chat function will be used for how we share and capture comments, questions, resources and observations.
Jane Zunkel
35:37
Great idea! I appreciate that "assume good intentions" is not present in the agreements. That former agreement was so problematic.
Laura Horani (she/her)
35:39
I agree - thanks Rekha!
Martha Bailey (she or they)
36:54
Yes to the Group Agreement, and also to Kim's suggestion of having the Land Acknowledgement in classes
Leslie Rivera
37:32
Please forgive me. I was in Google Meet and Zoom and could not get my video to work. I closed Google Meet and now am only in Zoom and it is working fine.
Dr. Traci Fordham (she-her-hers)
37:46
Belonging, Justice, Equity, Diversity, Inclusion
Dr. Traci Fordham (she-her-hers)
37:52
B-JEDI
Andy Freed
38:08
@Kim and Martha - We have it in the hybrid template but it’s in the new OL template as well.
Rekha Rao
38:31
Just adding it in here - for capture :) Loved the first slide that spoke to communications and propose it be available to all and be prominently displayed at PCC locations.
iPhone (2) Kris Fink
38:44
Serious acronym game! 🙂 I like it.
Dr. Traci Fordham (she-her-hers)
39:03
Tools bridge theory and praxis
Martha Bailey (she or they)
42:46
Andy--how do we access the new OL template?
Dr. Traci Fordham (she-her-hers)
42:48
“Evidence” is multimodal/qualitative and quantitative and centers lived experience
Rekha Rao
46:31
Great to see that "cultural proficiency/cultural fluency" is called out.
Dr. Traci Fordham (she-her-hers)
47:53
“inclusion” may not necessarily bring processes of “belonging.” Thus the distinction
iPhone (2) Kris Fink
48:13
SE as a campus has been focused on belonging. Is this addition more district wide or something different?
Dr. Traci Fordham (she-her-hers)
48:51
It is college-wide. But great shout-out to the great work of the SE team!
William Butler-Paisley
49:27
What are some indicators that an institution has adopted a race-neutral position as opposed to a race-conscious stance?
Dr. Traci Fordham (she-her-hers)
49:40
ways of being and seeing
William Butler-Paisley
49:47
Thank you
Tricia Brand (she/her)
52:13
You can find the CRT Toolkit and our (NEW) Interactive Digital Identity Cards here. These are PDF documents for download
Tricia Brand (she/her)
52:17
https://www.pcc.edu/equity/tools/downloadable-files/
Kim Smith
52:59
Within intersectionality and systemic inequities, are we also encouraged to talk about social class?
scottamandaellertson
53:00
What groups at PCC use “Take 5” as a way to make decisions? For example does the BOT, the EAC, the Cabinet, the Executive Councils of the Union use this tool to make decisions?
Tricia Brand (she/her)
53:36
Many of these groups have been trained on the Take 5
Jenny Sasser
53:37
Is age/aging and ageism accounted for?
Rachel Siegel
53:40
thanks
Stephanie Bryan
54:00
Are any SACs trained on using these to make decisions?
scottamandaellertson
54:40
Yes groups are trained, but I haven’t seen them used. I am wondering if I am missing something.
Tricia Brand (she/her)
54:45
Yes, age is accounted for through the use of the identity cards outline positionality and identity
Ralf Youtz (he/they)
55:16
@Stephanie: not the math sac
scottamandaellertson
55:34
I mean I haven’t seen decision making bodies at PCC use this tool to make decisions.
scottamandaellertson
55:39
Am I wrong?
Jean Mittelstaedt
56:17
The English SAC has used Fist to 5 for decision making.
Maki (she/her)
56:42
https://www.pcc.edu/equity/tools/downloadable-files/
scottamandaellertson
56:57
Jean, that is great. I am glad some of the SACs are using this tool.
Ralf Youtz (he/they)
57:03
@scottamandaellertson: math sac has never used any these resources
scottamandaellertson
57:06
What about other groups?
Laura Horani (she/her)
57:36
We used fist of five in a hiring committee
Kim Smith
57:45
This chart will be excellent for classes. We will start our stratification section in our Sociology classes in a couple of weeks. Am glad to get to integrate this new tool.
Pam Kessinger
58:32
Librarians use fist of five in their SAC meetings
Dr. Traci Fordham (she-her-hers)
59:16
Alignment and coordination of efforts
iPhone (2) Kris Fink
59:56
I appreciate the move from theory to capture to analysis. So important!
Mandy Ellertson
01:01:34
Yes, I look forward to the move from theory to capture analysis.
Dr. Traci Fordham (she-her-hers)
01:04:21
Purpose People Place Power People
Dr. Traci Fordham (she-her-hers)
01:04:46
oops~ Process!
Anna Truxes (she/her, they/them)
01:05:19
Wow, that reward question has real impact.
Ralf Youtz (he/they)
01:06:17
one bummer is almost no processes/practices/procedures are beginning - everything at pcc is ongoing
Ralf Youtz (he/they)
01:07:03
especially our inequities
Tricia Brand (she/her)
01:07:38
https://docs.google.com/document/d/1CQdNHyONytdBSTmV-DkuWP6pTbSlkvepak0w82ryWl4/edit?ts=60134e9c
iPhone (2) Kris Fink
01:08:01
And we can use these lenses to examine classes of employees at the college, how they are treated, how they are rewarded, limitations put upon them.
Dr. Traci Fordham (she-her-hers)
01:09:10
There are no scenarios or contexts where this guide isn’t relevant
Kim Smith
01:10:43
Is it OK to start using the Group Identities chart in our classes this term?
Jean Mittelstaedt
01:10:50
Sad that such things happen here.
Anna Truxes (she/her, they/them)
01:11:15
I wish I could stay for the conclusion, but I have a 4pm interview. Thank you for a wonderful day of programming. I was really grateful to be able to participate.
Dr. Traci Fordham (she-her-hers)
01:11:58
You may use any and all of these tools in your classes, in your practices, in your other social contexts, etc. These tools are there to help shift our consciousness and actions
Rachel Siegel
01:13:29
Families are not just husband and wife, many families are made up of other connection, grandmother and mother and children is a typical family structure that doesn’t get tap into the idea of family
Kim Smith
01:13:35
Thank you! Excellent tools!
Ralf Youtz (he/they)
01:14:04
in my dept., much worse kinds of racial and gender disrespect aren’t uncommon. when i’ve worked to amplify student voice and open up the conversation about supporting our students, my supervisors have shut down the conversation. they don’t want a disrespectful instructor to feel “singled out.”
Andy Freed
01:14:05
Use of the guide in curriculum adoption, material review, outcome definition, etc.
Michelle Bagley (she/her)
01:14:07
Thank you for the session!
Andrea Hills
01:14:22
Thank you for the information and links!
Loraine Schmitt
01:14:32
Thank you!
Emmitt Wyche
01:14:36
Excellent presentation and examination of the tool!
sandy sampson
01:14:37
can you please re-post the link to the slides?
Bryan Rockwell (SY)
01:14:40
Thank you for all the resources you've shared!
Rekha Rao
01:14:54
Have some observations here - expand the idea of a marriage - it is not always man and woman now. Ask students how comfortable they are role playing. Ask if gender different is ok. Pair studenst if you know the genders accordingly. Basically do the assignment but modify the process.
Peter Goss
01:15:01
At risk of being a broken record around here, a number of aspects here speak to me as reasons to support OER development (content framed with an EDI lens, book cost to students, number of other elements)
Jane Zunkel
01:15:05
It is a gift when our students are willing to share their lived experiences with PCC staff. Lived experiences are all that can change the institution in a deeper way. We all have to see that we have the potential to do harm every day, every minute, in the classroom. It's not something that happens "over there" in someone else's class. It takes a humble approach to equity to not distance these acts from ourselives.
Alicia Adams (she/her)
01:15:17
Thank you so much Tricia and Traci! I have to leave before we end, but I appreciate this session!
iPhone (2) Kris Fink
01:15:30
Interesting how a textbook might give an instructor “permission” to not question/inventory/build inclusion.
Ralf Youtz (he/they)
01:15:49
i hope these oei materials help us hold one another accountable for our ongoing failure to support our marginalized students
Shelley Chamberlin
01:16:01
Thank you so much. This session has been so rich in resources! Wish we had much more time together for this.
Jennifer Hall
01:16:10
That would be great!
Teresa Langford
01:16:19
Thank you for the workshop. See you next time. Teresa
sandy sampson
01:16:20
This might be a good opportunity to look at the prompt in the book and critique as a class the prompt, ask what assumptions it makes…
Jane Zunkel
01:16:27
It's about openness and willingness to address and repair harm.
Jennifer Hall
01:16:30
Thank you!
Laurielle Aviles
01:16:49
thank you for all this fantastic information. thank your for your energy and time!
Anne Greenhoe
01:16:56
Thank you!
Irene (she/her/hers)
01:17:20
Thank you!
Christine Weber
01:17:21
Yes, Peter! I agree about the power of OER. Also Ralf, yes! both what happened in the classroom and the FDCs response are awful. Sandy, I love the idea of bringing this dialogue into the classroom and using the Equity + Empowerment guide with students.
Leslie Rivera
01:17:24
Thank you.
Jennifer Hall
01:17:33
Being uncomfortable and exploring that point
Rekha Rao
01:17:58
Thank you for such an educating experience! and great work is already done at PCC which I came to know just today :)
Sarah Gaskins (she/they)
01:18:10
Thank you so much for this presentation and these resources!
Patrick Tangredi he/him
01:18:10
I assume from the way the event is reported that the instructor hasn’t established (or repeated) about break-out room boundaries/ettiquette. Students in breakout rooms need to know there’s agreements that allow for safety.
Jenny Sasser
01:18:12
Thanks!
Jason Pinkal
01:18:13
Thank you!
sandy sampson
01:18:16
Thank you!
Darilis Garcia, PhD She/Her
01:18:16
Thank you Tricia and Traci
Christine Weber
01:18:16
Thank you so much, Traci and Tricia! Your work is appreciated.
Ralf Youtz (he/they)
01:18:19
thank you!
Patrick Tangredi he/him
01:18:20
Thanks!
Daphne Wu
01:18:20
Thank you
Rachel Siegel
01:18:22
Thank you both! This was an amazing session!
Kathleen Doss
01:18:29
Thank you!
Jane Zunkel
01:18:29
Thank you both so much! This was a wonderful session and scheduling at the end of the day.
William Butler-Paisley
01:18:32
Thank you!!!
Pam Kessinger
01:18:32
thank you. all was excellent
Shirlee Geiger
01:18:32
Please post the link to the slides so we can access the resources on the last slide!
Nikki Patterson
01:18:40
Thank you!
Tuba Kayaarasi
01:18:44
thank you!
Chau Hoang Fossen (she/her)
01:18:47
Thank you!
General Johnson (he/him/his)
01:18:51
Thank you