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Intersection between Race and Disability - Gallery view
Nicholas C Blum
01:09:59
I can type in the chat
Hershel Jackson
01:16:01
where the sign language interpreter and captioning??
Michele Michaels
01:16:07
No captions
Kim Minard
01:16:11
I was told that people cant see interpreters on the FB page
Cynthia Hardy
01:16:27
Good Morning to Everyone!
Cynthia Hardy
01:16:49
Happy 10th Anniversary!
Nicholas C Blum
01:16:56
“To see the ASL interpretation, please find the ASL interpreter in the participant list, and then right click and select the “pin video” option for that person. This will allow you to keep the interpretation video front and center during the meeting. The hosts will also “spotlight” the ASL interpreter, so it should automatically come to the front, as well. “
Nicholas C Blum
01:17:08
“If a speaker begins or ends to share their screen, you may have to re-pin the ASL video each time. During a screen share, make sure that “side-by-side” mode is selected under “view options” prior to pinning the interpreter. To adjust the size of the interpreter’s video compared to the shared screen, mouse over to reveal the line dividing the two screens, and then click and drag that line to the left or right depending on your needs.”
Nicholas C Blum
01:17:26
A video is planned to be shared during this presentation. When the video plays, the audio volume may be louder than the voice of the presenter(s). Please be prepared to adjust your volume when any video begins.
Michele Michaels
01:17:33
Captions would be great to have!
Susanne Agerbak
01:17:41
It sounds like they are having problems with captions. I think once the captions are running we'll get the option to add CC to our screens
Michele Michaels
01:18:01
Thanks, until captions are present, access isn't equal
Andrea Smith (she/her/s)
01:18:29
+1 Michele
Amy Curran
01:20:08
Hi there! Will the recording of this presentation be made available (via email) after the event is over?
Jan Garrett
01:20:15
There is no button for captioning and you stop the presenter until captioning can be provided
West Resendes
01:20:23
We can't discuss equity in the disability space without ensuring that all people with disabilities are able to access this event with captioning.
Andrea Smith (she/her/s)
01:20:37
+1 West
Sarah Ruf
01:20:56
Hi everyone, our captioner is currently having technical difficulties. Thanks for your patience. We're sorry for the delay.
Hannah Eichner
01:21:05
I see an option for captions now.
Heather Hoover
01:21:32
It looks like auto captions are now active.
Halima Ahmadi-Montecalvo
01:22:02
will these slides be made available?
Pamela Williamson
01:23:18
the ASL interpreter’s video is showing a blank screen. can you please assist? I also do not have access to captions. Thanks.
Andrea Smith (she/her/s)
01:23:58
Do you have the right one pinned? Audrey is the one that is currently on camera.
Nicholas C Blum
01:24:07
ASL Interpreter Audrey is currently signing.
Christiane Rudmann
01:25:41
Will the slides be shared or are available for download? I apologize if I missed if this was mentioned already.
John Robert McDermott
01:25:54
Please change your view to access the video spotlight for the ASL Interpreter. Thank you.
Natalie Luna Rose
01:28:07
https://nccc.georgetown.edu/index.php
Kim Minard
01:28:28
The interpreter is frozen
Kim Minard
01:28:35
please switch with other interpreter
Trish Leakey
01:28:41
The ASL interpreter is frozen on my screen but the speaker's video is fine. Anyone else having this issue?
Michele Michaels
01:28:43
I keep losing the audio, and without captions, I am completely lost. :(
Karla Cantu
01:29:07
How will be given access/copy of PowerPoint slides?
Trish Leakey
01:29:13
ASL interpreter is online now. Thanks.
Shannon Donley
01:32:31
All of the areas
Amy Papacek
01:32:49
somewhat
Deanna Parker
01:33:39
To my knowledge only our state department of education reports on these type of demographics - if they collect it, it is not published.
Danielle Miller
01:33:48
Somewhat knowledgeable in health DC
charlie rose
01:33:49
Somewhat knowledgeable, MI
JC Cortez
01:33:57
Somewhat, NY
Erika Hastings
01:34:02
WV Knowledgeable
Whitney Terrill
01:34:05
Somewhat knowledgeable - MN
Estefania Pena
01:34:05
somewhat knowledge, AZ
Amy Boone
01:34:05
MA somewhat knowledgeable
Stacy Phillips
01:34:05
Very Knowledgeable...Phila,PA
Amy Jarrett
01:34:05
Indiana . . . Somewhat knowledgable.
Laurie Johnson
01:34:13
somewhat knowledgeable MI
William Smith
01:34:14
Somewhat knowledgeable
Michele Michaels
01:34:17
Follow captions here (thanks VV!) : https://captionpros.1capapp.com/event/aacd
Laura Fox
01:34:17
Somewhat knowledgeable- MN
Shelly Okure
01:34:19
somewhat knowledgeable - NY
Octavia Lamb
01:34:28
knowlegable in housing in Arizona
Marsine Perry
01:34:33
very knowledgeable in Maricopa county, AZ
Heidi Haugen
01:34:35
Somewhat knowledgeable- MN
D057276
01:35:00
I'm not very knowledgeable at all about the disparity for people with disabilities in the Phoenix Arizona area. I would like to know how I can become informed about it.
charlie rose
01:35:09
Charlie From Michigan Somewhat knowledgeable in employment
Kim Minard
01:35:10
Cant see interpreter
Trish Leakey
01:35:18
ASL interpreter is frozen again.
Cynthia Stewart
01:35:19
Somewhat knowledgeable to knowledgeable--NY
Hershel Jackson
01:35:26
interpreter is frozen on the screen
Jaime Thompson
01:35:30
Knowledgeable/somewhat in all areas -MA
Laura Demeuse
01:35:48
lack of definitions for disability equity is likely why it is the last population people seem to think it's still "okay" to discriminate against
Pat Carney
01:36:37
Interpreter screen is frozen.
Krissy Carberry
01:37:08
Interpreter has not frozen from my view at any time.
Sarah Ruf
01:37:20
Equality vs. Equity
Heidi Haugen
01:37:23
Me either.
Kerstin Sjoberg
01:37:56
I love this graphic, can you put the link in the chat box. you can't copy it from the share screen view of the slide
Amy Papacek
01:38:09
I like that so much better than the boxes
Kenya Sesay
01:38:19
agreed
Krissy Carberry
01:38:23
I agree, better than boxes more inclusive.
Laura Demeuse
01:38:27
Interesting that the person who uses a wheelchair in the equality picture probably also doesn't have a equitable wheelchair (designed for them)
Victoria Vaughn
01:39:42
external link for captions https://captionpros.1capapp.com/event/aacd
Sarah Ruf
01:40:41
Type your answers here in the chat!
Susan Mizner
01:40:44
no!
Susan Mizner
01:40:51
no!
Tamara Mariotti
01:41:00
no
Susan Mizner
01:41:01
no!
Estefania Pena
01:41:10
no
Amy Papacek
01:41:15
No…
susan kluge
01:41:20
no
Deanna Parker
01:41:42
yes, no, no
Heidi Haugen
01:41:55
IDK, yes, yes
Hershel Jackson
01:42:00
interpreter frozen again
June Klein-Bacon
01:42:04
no, yes, yes
Vanessa Dash
01:44:42
yes
Dustin Gibsson
01:44:47
Hey - when the interpreter goes out or the captions stop, could someone please signal to the presenter to stop until it is resolved.
Peggy Groce
01:45:30
No room for comment. Do you mean stating that this is a priority or taking action that provides opportunity to correct inequities that have existed?
Heidi Haugen
01:45:41
The interpreter is not going out for me. Could this be a difference in people's bandwidth?
Estefania Pena
01:46:05
ive no problem with interpreters from my end.
Laura Thompson
01:46:31
That's a possibility. Both interpreters are working well on my end.
Michele Stokes
01:46:38
Interp and captions are good at my end.
Hershel Jackson
01:46:54
interpreter frozen again
Danielle Miller
01:47:09
NO
Deanna Parker
01:47:15
no
Laura Demeuse
01:47:22
yes
Kim Hernandez
01:47:22
no
Kim Pinckney-Lewis
01:47:33
yes
Heidi Haugen
01:47:36
no
Danielle Miller
01:49:11
The system really failed that family!!
Hershel Jackson
01:49:16
interpreter is still frozen not moving
Amy Papacek
01:49:28
Not frozen for me
Estefania Pena
01:49:36
not frozen either.
Carol Sutherland
01:49:48
It may be due to your internet
Whitney Terrill
01:50:34
So incredibly sad. — I am curious if Maryland’s Medicaid program made cuts when/how/how much. I feel like state’s approaches to Medicaid can have a huge impact on services. So many cuts seem to be in dental, which is such a critical service.
Pat Carney
01:50:47
Interprester screen is frozen again.
Beca Bailey
01:51:01
ASL interpreter is freezing up often...please have the other interpreter switch with Audrey...thank you.
NICOLE LEBLANC
01:51:05
Amen, Dental Care Must be made a mandatory Medicaid, medicare benefit
NICOLE LEBLANC
01:51:39
All people with disabilities should be declared a Medically UNDER SERVED popualtion
Laura Demeuse
01:52:16
Agreed Nicole
Pat Carney
01:53:06
Interpreter screen is not changing.
Heather Hoover
01:53:32
Neither interpreter freezes on my end. It may be an internet connection issue if you are seeing freezing.
Margaret Murray
01:56:13
Hi, Can you provide access to the slides?
Amy Papacek
01:56:36
I have seen all of these examples in our community
JC Cortez
01:56:38
1000% what Ms. Oruh is saying
Jordan Ballinger
01:56:52
could you add a link to the Georgetown Disparities in IDD resource page?
Zoe Brennan-Krohn
01:57:35
Would be great to have some of these examples to be people with disabilities themselves sharing their experiences
Natalie Luna Rose
01:57:45
https://nccc.georgetown.edu/index.php
Jordan Ballinger
01:58:11
Thank you!
Krissy Carberry
02:01:28
Thank you!
Peggy Groce
02:02:35
Does this data on language include people who are here illegally?
Cynthia Hardy
02:02:45
What is one race again, please?
Cynthia Stewart
02:06:15
Good question Peggy, as an attendee I'll share that to my knowledge, undocumented individuals are counted in the U.S. census.
Heidi Haugen
02:12:05
Could we start a thread on the conference site, the conference Facebook site, or somewhere else online to share what our worksites are doing to address disparities, the isms etc.? We might get some very good ideas from each other.
JC Cortez
02:12:36
Great idea, Heidi! YES!!
Elena Silva
02:12:45
+1 Heidi
LaToya Blizzard
02:13:03
That's a great suggestion
Susan Mizner
02:13:17
+1
Cynthia Stewart
02:13:48
+1
Jessica Benenson
02:13:51
Excellent idea Heidi!
Todd Stump
02:15:15
The effects of society isolation that are being described by Angelina and Chioma are occurring in Minnesota’s rural communities. While most Minnesota immigrant communities reside in the Minneapolis-St Paul metropolitan area, recent (post-1990) communities from east Africa and Latin America have made a home in small towns that fall outside of this metro, such as Willmar and Worthington. While the metro area is by no means immune from such attitudes, the unfortunate trend towards greater xenophobia (in attitudes, as well as policy) in these non-metro areas – and the negative effects on the economy such policies foster - is pushing younger members of all communities to relocate to urban areas for greater opportunity, leaving behind an older population who may have a greater need for services, but a smaller youth population to provide them.
Sarah Ruf
02:17:09
Todd, that's really interesting
Heidi Haugen
02:17:22
https://www.facebook.com/AfricanAmericanConferenceOnDisabilities
Vanessa Zuber
02:18:12
Thanks Heidi!
Robbin Coulon
02:18:40
Thank you for a very comprehensive presentation, with great action steps for organizations willing to work toward true cultural competency . Most organizations will enact and post anti-discrimination policies, but fail to really embrace diversity, inclusion or equity.
Leida Cartagena
02:19:05
YES! Interdependence!
NICOLE LEBLANC
02:19:15
Collectivism culture that is benefical in stopping PANDEMICS like COVID
Brian Be
02:19:17
((( #HavingInterDependence !! )))
Peggy Groce
02:19:25
Does embedding “cultural knowledge” include awareness and knowledge of disability history and the disabled community’s struggle for civil rights.
Pat Carney
02:19:38
YES! Interdependence is the key... we need to get off the 'independence' bandwagon. We have done an injustice to people with IDD by elevating that concept beyond all else.
JC Cortez
02:20:12
+1 Pat
Peggy Groce
02:21:11
Independence does not negate interdependence; for example, requesting help or supports that help you live in the community “independently” may depend on a person’s realizing their own need, not their parents’ need, and asking for the assistance.
Susan Mizner
02:21:19
Plain language documents!
Pat Carney
02:22:27
Independence requires that we know how and when to ask for help and to feel confident that the asking doesn't jeopardize your independence.
Brian Be
02:22:29
#KnowledgeTranslation #Acces #CommunityEngagement
Brian Be
02:22:38
*access
Michele Michaels
02:22:55
In AZ, there are 1.1 million people who are Deaf, hard of hearing, Deafblind, or have a Combined Vision and Hearing Loss
Jonathan Lade
02:23:13
(Keep It Simple) communication
Brian Be
02:23:42
I know doctors who need plain language, b/c it's not their specialty, their life & mind & soul are full full full.. PLAIN helps all
Erin Hawley
02:24:01
Hello! Will a recording of this be available after?
Natalie Luna Rose
02:24:43
Yes, it will be on the Arizona Center for Disability Law website in the coming days. www.azdisabilitylaw.org
Linda Carthen
02:24:53
Hello will the presentation be available?
Christiane Rudmann
02:25:00
Will that include the slide deck, too?
Heidi Haugen
02:25:13
Love this slide.
Erin Hawley
02:25:16
Thank you!
Heidi Haugen
02:27:27
I am curious to learn if/how those of us who work in state and federal organizations are able to rethink staff and services policies that end up minimizing important culturally-based differences and thereby unintentionally (or perhaps intentionally!) lead to disparities. I work in learning and development of staff, and it's quite clear to me that this is happening here. Can our wonderful speaker speak to this question later?
Octavia Lamb
02:28:23
No
Doris Pierce
02:29:58
Will copies of the slides be provided later on?
Deanna Parker
02:32:00
Will slides be shred after the presentation - not sure if I saw this answered yet. Thanks!
Deanna Parker
02:32:07
shared
Jonathan Lade
02:33:08
Shared slides would be great for sharing with my co-workers and school district
Helen Nguyen
02:33:19
from @Natalie “Yes, it will be on the Arizona Center for Disability Law website in the coming days. www.azdisabilitylaw.org”
Todd Stump
02:33:22
Thanks! I want to add that these rural towns have a sizable group of activists who are trying to fight the trends of xenophobia, while working for an economy to increases opportunity for all. They aren't a majority, but they are out there, doing what they can!
Jonathan Lade
02:33:34
thank you
Rafael Camacho Jr.
02:34:31
Strength-Based-Approach, also an evidence-based concept--woohoo!
Brian Be
02:34:56
Not changing how community speaks - #ChangingHowiLISTEN
Pat Carney
02:35:32
Another damaging concept. "difficult families."
Jonathan Lade
02:39:03
"Working together and helping one another for a better world."
Peggy Groce
02:39:09
Important to remember that “intersections” are the places where traditionally most severe automotive crashes occur on our streets, roads, and highways. So we should be prepared for such crashes.
Carol Tyson
02:39:14
Thank you so much!
JC Cortez
02:39:17
Thank you so much!
James Hinckley
02:39:19
Thanks and Great job
Bradley Chang
02:39:26
Awesome!! Love the talk! Thank you so much!!
Valerie Lewis
02:39:26
This is a very timely presentation!
Pat Carney
02:39:27
Thank you. Much to think about!
Brian Be
02:39:27
(( "iT'S NOT A WEBINAR. iT'S DAY TO DAY LIFE" ))
Martha Cocchiarella
02:39:29
Thank you so much!
Jonathan Lade
02:39:34
Great presentation!
Danielle Miller
02:39:39
Outstanding presentation!!! Thank you so much
Leida Cartagena
02:39:41
Thank you! I received everything that was presented today!
Jeannette Pineda-Barahona
02:39:44
Love the presentation. Very informative.
Linda Carthen
02:39:46
Thank you - great presentation
Michele Stokes
02:39:49
Excellent information!
Tracey Regan
02:39:52
Thank you so much! Great presentation.
Allison Thompkins
02:39:54
thank you so much! this was fantastic!!
Regine Bazile-Julien
02:40:07
Excellent presentation!Thank you!
Sandra Franklin
02:40:08
Thank you very informative
Felecia Barrow
02:40:15
Great information shared! Thank you so much!
Gilder Malone
02:40:16
How can I get slides.
Kerstin Sjoberg
02:40:20
one of the best presentations on intersectionality, disparities and cultural competence I have had
Adele Cadard
02:40:25
Thank you.
Minnie Williams
02:40:50
Thank you! Great Presentation!
Natalie Luna Rose
02:41:27
For slides, please email nlunarose@azdisabilitylaw.org
Jaime Thompson
02:41:30
excellent presentation thank you
Sebastian Davis
02:41:37
I enjoyed the presentation!
Nancy Williams
02:41:47
It would be interesting to see this data as compared to our homeless population.
Gilder Malone
02:41:49
How do you address change Agencies who know these things to get them to hear you without being a BLACK out spokeswoman all the time!!
Heidi Haugen
02:41:51
CoP for govt. agencies - great! Thank you. I will be in touch.
John Robert McDermott
02:41:58
Georgetown University National Center for Cultural Competence - https://nccc.georgetown.edu/
Brian Be
02:42:08
I'm applying to AUCD's 2021 Leadership Academy. Others can too
Carlos Rios
02:42:18
Thanks
Natalie Luna Rose
02:42:20
https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/MJBVXH8
Edith Alangui
02:42:42
Thank you. This was very informative
Brian Be
02:42:45
Leadership Acad w AUCD - https://cld.gsu.edu/academy/
Jessica Benenson
02:42:45
Very informative presentation.
Tonya Chambers
02:42:54
Thanks so much for a wonderful presentation.
Natalie Luna Rose
02:43:19
www.azdisabilitylaw.org
Traci Pavlas
02:43:30
Thank you!
Gilder Malone
02:43:31
where will it be??
Erica
02:43:52
Will CEU be sent via email?
Natalie Luna Rose
02:44:08
https://mailchi.mp/azdisabilitylaw.org/aacd-virtual-conf
Tiffany Sneed
02:44:16
Thank you!
Octavia Lamb
02:44:22
thank you
LaToya Blizzard
02:44:26
very well done. Thank you!
Natalie Luna Rose
02:44:34
nlunarose@azdisabilitylaw.org
Regine Bazile-Julien
02:44:43
thank you
Mabel Agbematu
02:44:48
Thank you!
Krissy Carberry
02:44:48
Thank you.
Nicholas C Blum
02:44:48
Thank you everyone for being with us!