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Building Transformative Justice - Shared screen with speaker view
Lily Mengesha (she/her/hers)
26:17
https://givebutter.com/unity_circles
Sarah Sobieraj
26:31
Fantastic. Thanks.
Jenny N. Henderson
32:27
ttps://unitycircles.org/peacemakingcircle-teachers#:~:text=Harold%20and%20Phil%20Gatensby%20are,corner%20of%20the%20Yukon%20Terr.&text=It's%20on%20their%20families'%20behalf,healthier%20communities%20for%20future%20generations
Chelcie Rowell
33:22
Here’s a clickable version of the link Jenny just shared: https://unitycircles.org/peacemakingcircle-teachers
Jenny N. Henderson
38:34
What qualities do people in your innermost pod share? How could you build relationship and trust with your “movable” people? What practices do you already have in place that support your pod and how might you expand those to your outer circles?
John Lurz
39:34
My pod people are all people I have a robust and enduring text message relationship with.
Chelcie Rowell
39:52
My pod people are my longest, most intimate relationships
Jasmine Ramón
40:00
My pod people are all people I've been through some sort of hardship with already
Lily Mengesha (she/her/hers)
40:00
Yes same with pod people are consistent positive interaction
Abigail Fisch
40:15
My pod people have demonstrated that they trust sharing with me personal experiences they have
Chelcie Rowell
40:23
My pod people are also folks I’ve experienced ups and downs with, and we’ve worked through it together
hope (she/her) freeman
40:32
I have a large pod, that’s affirming
Ellen Pinderhughes
40:45
My pod people those with whom I have shared mutual support and with whom I have developed strong trust
Lily Mengesha (she/her/hers)
40:59
The bridge for movable people for me feels like judgment or fear of judgement (will I be judged if I share vulnerability )
John Lurz
41:21
Yes, same with me. fear of judgement and also lack of "practice”
Sarah Sobieraj
41:24
Yes - I was struck that my moveable people now may have been different a year ago.
Jenny N. Henderson
42:06
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=U-_BOFz5TXo&ab_channel=BarnardCenterforResearchonWomen
Jenny N. Henderson
42:33
https://transformharm.org/
Heather S. Nathans
43:10
Thank you Jenny!
hope (she/her) freeman
43:13
Thanks Jenny
Sonia Hofkosh
43:16
Thank you Jenny.
Wenxuan Xue
43:22
Thank you Jenny!!
Abigail Fisch
43:25
Thank you Jenny! And yessss Paula
Jenny N. Henderson
43:30
https://abolitionistfutures.com/full-reading-list
Chelcie Rowell
43:31
I have to slip out early, but I’m looking forward to finishing watching the recording later! <3 to you all
Jenny N. Henderson
43:52
thank you everyone!! Thank you for your participation and sharing
Lily Mengesha (she/her/hers)
52:46
http://ihhtufts.weebly.com/
Sonia Hofkosh
53:46
Thanks, Paula.
Brittany Regas
53:50
Good job Paula!!!!!
Sonia Groeneveld
53:51
Thank you Paula!
Heather S. Nathans
53:54
Thank you Paula!
Madeleine Beirne
53:55
Thanks Paula!!
Aly Moreno
53:56
thank you Paula!!!!
Abigail Fisch
53:56
Amazing job Paula!
hope (she/her) freeman
53:57
Thank you Paula!
Devina Bhalla
54:09
Thank you Paula!
Alice Hickson
54:12
That was great Paula!!
Kamran Rastegar
54:17
Thank you Paula!
John Lurz
54:40
Thank you for that great presentation and for your important work, Paula.
Sarah Sobieraj
01:00:13
This sounds incredible!
hope (she/her) freeman
01:02:44
Amazing book
Anthony Goss
01:03:37
I need to head out, thank you all for a powerful, informative session.
Sarah Sobieraj
01:03:57
Have to run, sorry to miss the discussion. Thank you all!
Hilary Binda
01:04:25
Thank you for this great work. (WGSS would love to cross-list as well!) I sincerely regret that I have to jump off. This was so wonderful. You are all 4 such important leaders at Tufts! I look forward to connecting about the cross over possibilities with the TUPIT Re-entry program MyTERN: https://crowdfund.tufts.edu/project/25698
Kamran Rastegar
01:05:05
Thank you Lily!
Sonia Hofkosh
01:05:09
excellent session. Thanks to all 4.
Whitney Brady-Guzmán
01:05:14
Many thanks to all!!
C-lus
01:05:20
Many thanks..,
Heather S. Nathans
01:05:27
Thanks to you all!
John Lurz
01:05:27
A+++++
Ellen Pinderhughes
01:05:42
Thank you all - this was quite informative and powerful
Kris Manjapra
01:05:43
gratitude fir this vision-building work!
Brian Gravel (he/him)
01:05:53
Sincere thank you everyone… amazing work you are all doing.
Wenxuan Xue
01:06:08
thank you all for your amazing presentations!
hope (she/her) freeman
01:06:14
Have you all worked with or checked in with the leaders of the policing and campus safety work stream?
C-lus
01:06:24
^
hope (she/her) freeman
01:06:40
Only because TJ comes up a lot in the recommendations 👀
Ellen Pinderhughes
01:07:01
How does transformational justice deal with the power imbalance between faculty and students, faculty and dept chairs, etc.
John Lurz
01:09:12
do you have any thoughts on the connection between transformative justice and other areas of study beyond sociology and theater? As English faculty, I’m interested in the intersection with literature (to make it about me).
Ellen Pinderhughes
01:10:19
Thanks!
C-lus
01:15:00
Apologies - it is chaotic in my home with the “April break” :-). One of the questions from Transformative Justice work is regarding the extent to which the institution is addressing power imbalance. Without restructuring there seems to be little hope for meaningful change. What does transformative justice look like in a long-standing institution that refuses to visit “power imbalances” and often “doubles down on the existing power structure”?
John Lurz
01:15:06
Yes — great — thank you!
Sonia Hofkosh
01:18:08
Thank you for sharing your work. It would be great if there could be other occasions as the project continues for interested people to learn more.
Heather S. Nathans
01:18:13
Thank YOU all!
C-lus
01:18:14
Thank you — we need to keep hope alive:-)
hope (she/her) freeman
01:18:14
Amazing work yall. Amazing.
Jessica Mitzner Scully (she/her)
01:18:21
Thank you!
Devina Bhalla
01:18:21
Thank you all so much!
Ellen Pinderhughes
01:18:23
Thankyou all!
Noe Montez
01:18:25
Thanks, y’all
Diana Martinez
01:18:26
Awesome work Lily and Daanika!
Alton Gayton
01:18:29
Thank you all!
Mia Levenson
01:18:30
Thank you!!