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ALSC 2020 Membership Meeting - Shared screen with speaker view
Danielle Gowen
21:39
Hello. I'm Danielle from Media, PA. I've been an ALSC member for about 2 years now.
Mary Dubbs
21:45
Mary Dubbs, Minneapolis, MN (Hennepin County Library children's librarian). ALSC Member since 2013(ish). Hi!
Nina Lindsay
21:48
Nina Lindsay here from Oakland Public Library CA; ALSC member for over 25 years.
Elisa Gall
21:49
hi everybody from elisa & pat in evanston, Illinois
Marge Loch-Wouters
21:53
Marge Loch-Wouters, La Crescent MN. member for 1000s of years (ok, since the '80s)
Elizabeth Burns
21:54
Hello, all! Liz Burns from NJ. An ALSC member for over 10 years.
Marianne Connelly
21:55
Marianne Connelly Newton Free Library
Paula Holmes
21:55
Hello, I’m Paula Holmes, Pittsburgh - member 14 years
Jessica Fredrickson
21:58
Hello everyone! Jessica Fredrickson from Colorado Libraries for Early Literacy. Been a member on and off since... library school? (Miss that membership rate!) :)
Ashley Bieber
21:59
Hi! My name is Ashley Bieber and I work for State Library Services of Minnesota. I've been an ALSC member on and off for the past 10 years
Jennifer Vetter
22:03
Hi! I’m Jen Vetter from Oakland CA. ALSC member for 7 years.
Ellen Riordan
22:06
Ellen Riordan from DC. Haven been an ALSC member for over 25 years
Ally Goodwin
22:06
Ally Goodwin, Carlsbad Library, Children's Librarian
Janet Ingraham Dwyer
22:07
Hello from the State Library of Ohio. I've been an ALSC member for about 10 years.
Hilary Writt
22:13
Hello. Hilary Writt. Lexington, KY. Member since 2014.
Laurie Reese
22:14
Good morning from the Felipe de Neve Branch of Los Angeles Public Library. I have been an ALSC member for 26 years!
Justin Azevedo
22:17
Justin Azevedo from Sacramento Public Library, ALSC member since 2016.
Julie Dietzel-Glair
22:19
Julie Dietzel-Glair, Baltimore, Member for about 20 years.
Katie Salo
22:21
Hi all. I'm Katie Salo, from Chicago suburbs, member of ALSC for 13 years.
Christy Estrovitz
22:21
Christy Estrovitz, San Francisco Public Library, ALSC member for 15+ years and counting
tessa Schmidt
22:22
Hello! I'm Tessa Michaelson Schmidt and I have an ALSC member for 15 years
Brian Wilson
22:24
Hi everyone. Brian Wilson from Evanston Public Library. A member of ALSC for several years.
Kirsten Rose
22:25
Kirsten Rose, Children's Librarian in Western MA
Amy Laughlin
22:26
Amy Laughlin, Ferguson Library in Stamford CT, member since 2013
Eric Barbus
22:27
Eric Barbus from San Francisco. Member for 15 years.
Mary Voors
22:28
I'm Mary Voors. I am the Children's Services manager at the Allen County Public Library in Fort Wayne, IN. I'm also the ALSC Blog manager. I've been an ALSC member for 25+ years
Pam Brockway
22:30
Pam from Youngstown, Ohio. Member since 2019.
Liv Hanson
22:32
Hi All! Liv Hanson at Chicago Public Library. I'm actually not sure how long I've been a member?
Cassie Chenoweth
22:35
Cassie Chenoweth from Orange Beach, AL. ALSC member for 4ish years
carol philips
22:36
Central New Jersey checking in. ALSC member more than 30 years!
Lucinda Whitehurst
22:37
Hello everyone! Lucinda Whitehurst from Richmond, VA. ALSC member for 25+ years!
Ellen Ruffin
22:37
So glad to see everyone!
Carol Edwards
22:40
Carol Edwards from Denver. I've been a member for 30 years or so. Not sure of the exact number
Robin Gibson
22:40
Hi everyone, I'm Robin Gibson from the Westerville Public Library in Ohio, ALSC member for 20+ years
Sujei Lugo
22:46
Hello everyone. Sujei Lugo tuning from Boston, MA
Terry Borzumato-Greenberg
22:46
Hello everyone! It's Terry Borzumato-Greenberg from Holiday House Publishing. I've been an ALSC member for 30+ year, I think!
Brenda Murphy
22:51
Brenda Murphy from Des Plaines IL
Todd Krueger
22:57
Todd Krueger, Towson MD, ALSC member off & on for several years. Nice work, Cecilia! ^5
Charlotte Burrows
22:57
Charlotte Burrows from Thousand Oaks Library (CA). Member for 15+ years
Manuela Aronofsky
22:57
Hi everyone! Manuela Aronofsky from Brooklyn, NY. School Librarian/Tech Integrator at a Middle School. This is my 2nd year as an ALSC member :)
Mary Schreiber
23:04
Mary Schreiber, Cuyahoga County Public Library, member for 19 years.
Ellen Ruffin
23:07
Ellen Ruffin, de Grummond Collection, Univ. of Sou. MS in Mississippi!
Halli Zalesin
23:13
Hi! I’m Halli Zalesin from the Orion Township Public Library in Lake Orion, MI. I’ve been an ALSC member for around 6 years, I think.
Caroline Hallman
23:19
Hi! I’m Caroline Hallman and I work at the Univ of North Texas Libraries in Denton, TX. Member for about 6 months.
KIMBERLY PATTON
23:22
Hello, I'm Kim Patton, YS Collection Librarian, Kansas City, KS Public Library. ALSC member for about 10ish years
Sierra McKenzie
23:26
Hi I'm Sierra from Cincinnati, OH and an ALSC member for 2 years
Eric Gomez
23:45
Eric Gomez, Broward County Libraries, Ft. Lauderdale, FL 17 years
Annette Goldsmith
23:49
Hi, everyone! Annette Goldsmith in Los Angeles. Synagogue librarian and part-time instructor in the Kent State iSchool. ALSC member for ages. Love and congratulations to Claudette!
Jennifer Minehardt
24:34
Hi. I'm Jen from New York City. I work for NYPL and have been an ALSC member for 4 years.
April Mazza
25:37
Hello from April Mazza, current ALSC board member (Massachusetts)
Beth Gallego
25:45
Beth Gallego, Children’s Librarian in Los Angeles, CA. Member of ALSC for some years, but I’d have to go look up the exact number :)
Deanna Romriell
25:50
Hi! I'm Deanna Romriell from Salt Lake City Public Library.
Erica Dean Glenn
25:56
Hi Everyone, I'm Erica Dean Glenn, Berkeley Public Library, CA. I've been an ALSC member for at least 10 years.
Abilene Castillo
25:58
Hello everyone. My name is Abilene Castillo, Children's Librarian at NYPL. Member for 6 years.
Marge Loch-Wouters
26:10
Great congratulations to you Dr McLinn!
Ellen Ruffin
26:13
Great selection, DSA committeeee!
Terry Borzumato-Greenberg
26:24
Thank you, Cecilia, for your heartfelt introduction.
Jessica Fredrickson
26:29
Congratulations!!!
Paula Holmes
26:30
Congrats Dr. McLinn!!!!!
Melody Frese
27:00
Melody Frese, Ladue Middle School, St. Louis Missouri. I’ve been a member for around 5 years.
Edith Campbell
27:01
❤️ Claudette McLInn ❤️
Elizabeth Burns
27:21
Congratulations!!
Sujei Lugo
27:24
Claudette <3 <3 <3
Brian Wilson
27:30
Congratulations Dr. McLinn!
Elisa Gall
27:30
Yay!!! <3 <3 <3 Dr. McLinn!! <3 <3 <3 <3 <3 Congrats and thank you.
Amalia Butler
27:32
Congratulations, Dr. McLinn!! *applause*
Elizabeth Burns
27:38
*applause*
Katie Salo
27:40
Congratulations! *applause*
Erica Dean Glenn
27:41
Congratulations, Dr. McLinn!
Brian Wilson
27:42
Standing ovation...
Marge Loch-Wouters
27:43
**applause**
Edith Campbell
27:45
CHEERS!!!!
Danielle Jones (she/her)
27:48
Hi everyone, some introductions are only coming to panelists, you change wot “all panelists and attendees”
Nina Lindsay
27:49
Dr. McLinn! So proud to be part of ALSC w you here.
April Mazza
27:50
Congratulations!
Julie Dietzel-Glair
27:51
Clap Clap Clap!
Sarah Okner
27:51
Congratulations Dr McLinn!
Eric Gomez
27:51
Hurray!
Carol Edwards
27:56
A truly deserving leader dedicated to our mission and to equity and inclusion.
Melody Frese
27:57
Congratulations!
Beverly Izzi
27:59
Congratulations Dr. McLinn!
Mary Schreiber
27:59
Congratulation Claudette!
Amy Laughlin
28:09
Congratulations Dr. McLinn!!
Terry Borzumato-Greenberg
28:12
Thank you, Mary Beth, and your committee for your work! *** applause!! ***
carol philips
28:14
Congrats, Dr. McLinn!
Christy Estrovitz
28:15
Clap Clap Clap!
Lessa Pelayo-Lozada
28:16
So thankful for Dr. McLinn’s leadership and mentorship. This award is so well deserved. Congratulations!!!!!!!!!!!!
Margaret Tice
28:31
Three cheers!
Elly Serrano, ALSC Staff
28:35
Please be sure to select "All panelists and attendees" in the chat box to send your applause and comments.
Terry Borzumato-Greenberg
28:38
Congratulations, dearest Claudette! Hugs to you!!!!
Annette Goldsmith
28:46
clapping!!
Eric Barbus
28:56
Congratulations, Dr. McLinn! I’m humbled by getting to work with you next year on the 2022 Caldecott Award committee!!
Ellen Ruffin
29:02
Woohoo
Robin Gibson
29:02
so happy to have this to look forward to today-- congratulations and thanks to Dr. McLinn.
Rebecca James
29:14
Rebecca James, Clayton County Library System, GA, Assistant Director for Youth Services
Ellen Ruffin
29:14
Love Michael, too!
Linda Pavonetti
29:22
Congratulations Dr. McLinn—you have done so much for children, libraries and books!
Sada Mozer
29:23
Congrats!
tessa Schmidt
29:27
Congrats!
Edith Campbell
30:06
👏🏾👏🏾👏🏾
Susan Polos
30:12
Thank you to the DSA Committee and Chair and especially to Dr. McLinn for her extraordinary service and for always saying “YES”!
Terry Borzumato-Greenberg
30:12
I'm smiling and chuckling, Claudette. Sending a hug to Michael too!
Nina Lindsay
30:20
Special thank you to Michael for his support of this amazing woman.
Vicky Smith
30:35
And are we ever lucky for all those "Yes"es!
Ellen Ruffin
30:40
Behind every great woman…
Terry Borzumato-Greenberg
30:47
Lucky for sure, Vicky!
Lessa Pelayo-Lozada
31:00
Big hugs and thanks to Michael, too!! Always there helping and representing, too!
Danielle Jones (she/her)
31:21
What Vicky said, so grateful for all those yeses!
Lucinda Whitehurst
31:44
Congratulations and thank you!
Judy Zuckerman
32:06
Congratulations, Claudette! This award is so well-deserved -- I wish we could all celebrate with you in person, but I know you feel the love.
Sujei Lugo
32:07
wooooo. Grateful for your work, commitment and mentorship!
Elly Serrano, ALSC Staff
33:08
Yay!
Brian Wilson
33:40
Thank you Dr. McLinn!!!
Sophie Kenney (she/her)
33:41
Yay!!!!! Congratulations!!!!
Susan Polos
33:42
Standing ovation at my house!
Anne Michaud
33:42
*clapping!!!
Aimee Strittmatter (she/her)
33:42
Congratulations, Claudette!
Edith Campbell
33:43
👏🏾👏🏾👏🏾👏🏾👏🏾👏🏾👏🏾👏🏾👏🏾
Elly Serrano, ALSC Staff
33:43
Clappinggggggg
Elisa Gall
33:44
**Clapping so hard!! Thank you!!!****
Marge Loch-Wouters
33:45
What beautiful remarks!
Elizabeth Burns
33:45
*standing and clapping*
Katie Salo
33:45
Thank you!!
Ellen Ruffin
33:46
Wonderful, Claudette!
Annette Goldsmith
33:47
You are such a wonderful role model and mentor for us all!
Nina Lindsay
33:48
Hooray!!!!
Amber Creger
33:50
Thank you Claudette!!!
Carol Edwards
33:50
applause!
Katie Salo
33:50
*standing ovation*
Lucinda Whitehurst
33:51
Applause!!
Jessica Fredrickson
33:55
Thank you!
Annette Goldsmith
33:56
clapping!!
Jordan Dubin
33:57
Wooo!!!
Erica Dean Glenn
34:01
Yay! Clap, clap, clap, clap, clap!
Danielle Jones (she/her)
34:04
Yay Claudette!
Janet Ingraham Dwyer
34:07
**applause** Congratulations!
Ellen Riordan
34:07
Great!!! Clap clap clap
Sujei Lugo
34:08
yayyyyy, applausesssss,standing ovationsssss
Nina Lindsay
34:09
(*We're still standing and clapping!!*)
Ramona Caponegro
34:12
Thank you, Claudette! Standing ovation!
Lisa Meidl
34:14
Inspiring!
Melody Frese
34:22
Applause!!!! Whoo!!
Terry Borzumato-Greenberg
34:39
Claudette, just wonderful! Yes, standing ovation! And clapping! And cheers!
Jessica Fredrickson
35:01
Woohoo!
Jessica Fredrickson
35:41
http://www.ala.org/alsc/virtual-storytime-services-resource-guide
Elly Serrano, ALSC Staff
36:03
Thanks for sharing the link Laura and Jessica!
Laura Schulte-Cooper
36:11
Virtual Storytime Services Guide: https://bit.ly/alscvssg
Marge Loch-Wouters
36:28
So glad to have this available!!
Terry Borzumato-Greenberg
36:41
Such fabulous news!
Sophie Kenney (she/her)
36:55
Thank you Jessica!
Marge Loch-Wouters
36:56
Great job Jessica and writers!!
Elly Serrano, ALSC Staff
36:59
Maybe at the end Jessica! Sorry, we're on a roll :)
Christy Estrovitz
37:13
Thank you for this resource!
Annette Goldsmith
37:18
Excellent project, much needed!
Rita Auerbach
37:50
Congratulations to the amazing Claudette McLinn.
Anne Michaud
38:39
Details on The Book Award Celebration and other meetings and events this summer will continue to be added to our website here: http://www.ala.org/alsc/confevents/annual
Ellen Ruffin
38:42
Great news!
Laura Schulte-Cooper
39:08
Congratulations again, Claudette. Love and hugs to you and Michael! Love your passion!! <3
Nicole Powell
39:09
Exciting, 7am yikes I hope it's archived of course!
Sarah Polen
39:18
You can find a list of our professional awards, grants and scholarships on our website: http://bit.ly/alscprofawards
Todd Krueger
39:37
Thank you, ALSC, for inviting YALSA to participate in the Book Awards Celebration!
Ellen Ruffin
39:49
A super panel!
Julie Dietzel-Glair
39:52
I'm so glad this program will still be held!
Ellen Riordan
40:04
Looks terrific!
Marge Loch-Wouters
40:07
Hurray for the Charlamae Rollins Proggram!!!
Jessica Fredrickson
40:11
Huge thanks to the many amazing people involved the ALSC Virtual Storytime Services Writing Group - both those who started with us and were taken away from the work through furloughs or loss, and those who were able to continue to the end. Thank you to everyone who reviewed draft content and shared their expertise. And HUGE thanks to my project coordinator partner Elly, and to our section leaders: Sam Bloom, Julie Crabb, Jaime Eastman, Renee Grassi, Kirsten Grünberg, Marge Loch-Wouters, Maryanne Olson. <3
Amalia Butler
40:19
Thank you for finding ways to adapt these programs!
Elizabeth Burns
40:46
thank you for all your hard work during this trying time for all of us
liz mills
42:21
will these slides be available following the membership meeting?
Alexandria Abenshon
42:35
Toolkit here: http://www.ala.org/everyday-advocacy/speak-out/alsc-championing-childrens-services-toolkit
Elly Serrano, ALSC Staff
43:00
@Liz, yes they will along with a recording. :)
Kim Sigle
45:14
the link on p. 9 (that is supposed to go to the video) seems to be broken
Laura Schulte-Cooper
45:47
@Kim, thank you. we'll check into that ASAP.
Lucinda Whitehurst
48:38
Have to leave for another meeting, but look forward to watching the recording of the rest of the meeting!
Alexandria Abenshon
49:36
Thanks everyone, have to jump off to another meeting!
Ellen Ruffin
51:03
What a great idea, Jean!
Kim Sigle
51:05
I actively participate in a teacher book club--we are reading White Fragility currently. We read How to be an Anti-Racist before this.
Amber Creger
51:33
We are partnering with community groups to help us provide ally programs and bystander training for the community. We will also be conducting a social justice book discussion for the community.
Ellen Ruffin
52:52
Congratulations, Jean!
Susan Polos
53:00
Thank you for sharing this, Jean. WOW.
Brian Wilson
53:13
Thanks Jean.
Nina Lindsay
53:14
We are filling hold requests for e-titles on anti-racism at a higher rate than other holds.
Amalia Butler
53:19
Being intentional about including diverse materials in all programs year round. Including and seeking out programs by marginalized community members. Speaking up and listening in meetings and in 1x1 with colleagues.
Sophie Kenney (she/her)
53:25
That's awesome, thanks for sharing Jean!
Lisa Meidl
53:41
Thanks, Jean!
Cecilia McGowan
53:50
Thank you Jean! Great work!
Melody Frese
54:13
Sharing anti-racism resource lists with my staff and students.
Carol Edwards
54:15
YayCLEL
Brian Wilson
54:31
We are putting together booklists and putting them on our website. Example of one: https://www.epl.org/antiracist-resources-and-reads-lists-for-all-ages/
Julie Dietzel-Glair
54:36
@Nina -- Can you expand? Does that mean you are purchasing more copies in order to fill those holds at a higher rate?
Kim Sigle
54:48
I am on a curriculum writing team that is closely examining our elementary Social Studies units to make sure that the history we cover is told from multiple perspectives and all voices are heard.
Nicole Powell
54:56
Love to CLEL from California!
Nicole Powell
55:12
I love their Silver Bells awards
Ellen Ruffin
55:12
Our Mississippi Library Commission put forth a list of books for all ages—Living Black Lives in Mississippi.
Elly Serrano, ALSC Staff
55:15
(reminder to be sure to select "all panelists and attendees" if you want your comment to be viewed by all)
Amber Creger
55:19
Our your http://ready.web.unc.edu/
Carol Edwards
55:27
I've focused on contacting political leaders and other elected officials with my desire that things change in our community to be more diverse and inclusive.
Marge Loch-Wouters
55:44
Sharing anti-racism, justice and kids resources to our youth librarians through our state library association youth services blog.
Jamie Naidoo
55:47
I use books such as Not My Idea: A Book About Whiteness in the youth services courses at UA SLIS that I teach to demonstrate how to approach topics of whiteness with children.
Amber Creger
55:48
Our youth department is currently using project ready
Brian Wilson
55:54
Our staff is doing Project Ready as well.
Brian Wilson
55:59
For staff
Robin Gibson
56:04
Our youth department is working through Project Ready this year.
Ellen Riordan
56:13
Working through Project Ready with my staff as a precursor to offering it system wide
Jessica Fredrickson
56:39
We're also encouraging library leadership to not look at training as the final destination: https://fakequity.com/2017/11/16/we-cant-train-our-way-to-racial-equity/
April Mazza
57:28
Asked my org not to purchase from Dept. of Corrections (they are selling hard to find things like hand sanitizer). I was nervous it might be thought of as criticism but I was pleased to learn admin were receptive to learning about the issues with prison labor and racial justice and we will not be using their services.
Robin Gibson
57:35
Also have noticed more books requested on anti-racism (added to existing booklists as well as creating new ones) and yes, we added more electronic copies to help meet the demand.
Rita Auerbach
57:39
Many ideas are scrolling by very quickly. It would be helpful if ALSC could collect these and email them to member after this meeting.
Cristina Mitra
57:57
Go Meredith!
Kim Sigle
58:13
Wish there was a like button for some of the ideas showing up in chat.
Jessica Fredrickson
58:21
GARE: https://www.racialequityalliance.org/
Danielle Jones (she/her)
58:27
A recording of the chat will be included with a copy to the recording of the video.
Susan Polos
59:04
Yes. We started a white affinity group to do hard work over the summer and possibly facilitate other groups (this is a school) and in the community, the public library is seizing the moment having build a foundation already to engage community members through programming this summer
Danielle Jones (she/her)
59:09
You can also save chat by the 3-dot box in your chat box
Jessica Fredrickson
59:40
Dr. Nita Mosby Tyler does amazing EDI work with organizations (and libraries) here in the Denver Metro area: https://theequityprojectllc.com/index.php/nita-mosby-tyler-diversity-inclusivity-consultant-denver/.
Ellen Ruffin
01:00:30
I want to echo this discussion, too.
Elisa Gall
01:00:33
So much work to do, but here is something specific: Last year my library did a community-wide reflection on our history of racist redlining & segregationist practices--and the impact this history has on the present day experiences of Black people and other POC in our community. We continue doing & sharing local research & we offer community learning opportunities to help engage people in anti-racist action such as advocating for policy changes, renaming of a local park (named after a segregationist) and pushing against programming like "storytime with a police officer," etc.
liz mills
01:00:46
Thank you, Danielle!!!
Susan Polos
01:01:20
Elisa, that’s great - we are looking at the town’s history as well.
Jessica Fredrickson
01:02:00
Encourage folks who can to support We Here: https://www.wehere.space/. "We Here seeks to provide a safe and supportive community for Black and Indigenous folks, and People of Color (BIPOC) in library and information science professions and educational programs and to recognize, discuss, and intervene in systemic social issues that have plagued these professions both historically and continue through present time."
Susan Polos
01:02:05
Yes, listening and amplifying but not expected BIPOC to do the work that we need to do!
Edith Campbell
01:02:06
All these questions seem to be written for White people. There are Black and Brown members of ALSC. What Am I doing to support BIPOC?? Living and working day after day
Susan Polos
01:02:21
YES, Edi!
Cristina Mitra
01:02:31
Agreed, Edi!
Susan Polos
01:02:34
White-centered
Jessica Fredrickson
01:03:00
Thanks Edi!
Elisa Gall
01:03:09
Thank you Edi.
KIMBERLY PATTON
01:04:36
Yes! Thank you Edi! I'm sitting here listening and trying to include myself in the discussion, but it I feel more like this is a discussion ABOUT me and not for me.
Robin Gibson
01:05:29
@Nina -- thanks for the recommendation as we are just beginning this discussion.
Todd Krueger
01:05:36
This is something people of all races can do: Going to HR and strongly encourage more recruitment and retention of BIPOC employees. (This is also related to the dismantling of white supremacy of Q1)
KIMBERLY PATTON
01:06:02
As a follow up, that is not necessarily a bad thing, but it isn't all together inclusive either. How can I be a part of the solution?
Sujei Lugo
01:06:06
Yep, Edi.
Nina Lindsay
01:07:54
Thank you Edi.
KIMBERLY PATTON
01:09:39
Are you asking me personally or is this a general question for all of us?
Nicole Rawlinson
01:09:53
I apologize it was a general question
Marge Loch-Wouters
01:11:10
Yes Sopie!
KIMBERLY PATTON
01:11:17
personally, just having the questions reflect that we all have different experiences, and having more open ended questions would allow us to generate answers from different perspectives. That would help. The discussion helps also, it just seems a little one sided.
Nina Lindsay
01:11:23
Something that came out of our book discussion of "We Keep Us Safe" by Zach Norris was: how many of our library policies are written from the point of view of staff needs, vs patron needs? How can we do a better job of engaging the public in designing policy and practice.
Carol Edwards
01:11:39
I think BIPOC have a hard time now just functioning in their own lives. I don't think white folks can ask them to help us now.
Elly Serrano, ALSC Staff
01:11:50
9 minute mark :(
Nina Lindsay
01:12:03
@Carol, thank you.
Deimosa Webber-Bey
01:12:06
Many BIPOC are exhausted right now. Though you might think we are ready to jump in, we need time to grieve and heal - some of us.
Danielle Jones (she/her)
01:12:12
Thank you Carol
Vicky Smith
01:12:16
Feels like #3 has been addressed.
KIMBERLY PATTON
01:12:19
Having a seat at the table is important. Having imput into what is ON the table is even more important.
Edith Campbell
01:12:22
Well, we’ve been expressing our needs and we haven’t been heard. How do we trust this shift? How can we know that change will really happen and that it will be sustained? And yes, and Carol said these are traumatic times! Just reach out maybe
KIMBERLY PATTON
01:12:24
input
Lisa Meidl
01:12:34
Well said, Kimberly.
Deimosa Webber-Bey
01:12:40
What Edith said.
Erica Dean Glenn
01:12:43
Yes, Kimberly.
Ellen Ruffin
01:12:51
Thank YOU!
Erica Dean Glenn
01:13:05
Thank you for the discussion
Alexandra Bell
01:13:24
Sending love, Kim! I'm glad you brought that up.
Nina Lindsay
01:13:55
Edi's point about not being *heard* is important. White people need to act together on what we *know* we hear, but pretend we don't bc it's too "hard".
Vicky Smith
01:14:06
Hazel, for me, in answer to your question, I think listening and learning is the only way to go.
KIMBERLY PATTON
01:14:14
Love right back to you Alexandra Bell!
Caroline Hallman
01:16:36
I think this is really important, what Edith said: “How do [BIPOC] trust this shift?”
Edith Campbell
01:16:38
Agreed, Nina. The work may be hard, but real hardships will be in not doing the work
carol philips
01:18:04
Thank you for conducting this discussion. Much to do..
Jessica Fredrickson
01:19:12
Double celebrations next year perhaps?
Elisa Gall
01:19:42
Thank you everyone for your insights & especially the feedback today.
Aimee Strittmatter (she/her)
01:19:56
It's a big year in 2021- 25th anniversary celebration for Pura Belpre and 100th for Newbery.
Danielle Gowen
01:20:45
Thank you. One of the benefits of having so much virtually is that I have the opportunity to attend many more conferences/meetings than I would have in person.
Marge Loch-Wouters
01:21:03
Thank you Nicole.
Susan Polos
01:21:10
Historic this year in that the CSK Author and Illustrator winners also won the Newbery and Caldecott awards.
Edith Campbell
01:21:11
Thanks for this.
Brian Wilson
01:21:19
Thank you Nicole.
Deimosa Webber-Bey
01:21:20
Be well everyone. <3
Laura Schulte-Cooper
01:21:21
Thank you, Nicole.
Lisa Meidl
01:21:21
Hugs, Nicole!
Nicole Powell
01:21:26
Thank you Nicole
Sophie Kenney (she/her)
01:21:28
Thank you Nicole
KIMBERLY PATTON
01:21:28
Thank you Nicole
carol philips
01:21:29
Thank you, Nicole.
Edith Campbell
01:21:29
Thanks Nicole
Erica Dean Glenn
01:21:32
Thank you, Nicole
Danielle Jones (she/her)
01:21:34
Thank you Nicole
Kit Ballenger
01:21:34
Thank you, Nicole
Susan Polos
01:21:38
Thank you to all.
kelly smith
01:21:41
thank you Nicole
Nicole Powell
01:21:41
Thank you everyone for this, fight the power
Jessica Fredrickson
01:21:45
Thank you Nicole!
Sarah Okner
01:21:46
Thank you, Nicole
Jamie Naidoo
01:21:48
Take care everyone!
Elizabeth Burns
01:21:48
thank you
Edith Campbell
01:21:48
Thanks, Cecilia
Amalia Butler
01:21:48
Thank you, Nicole
Ellen Ruffin
01:21:52
Thank you guys!
Deimosa Webber-Bey
01:21:53
Thank you
Eric Gomez
01:21:54
Thank You and Be Safe
Amalia Butler
01:21:54
Thank you ALSC
Susan Polos
01:21:54
Thank you Cecilia
KIMBERLY PATTON
01:21:56
Thank you!
Brian Wilson
01:21:56
Please take good care of yourselves everyone. Thank you Cecilia.
Sujei Lugo
01:21:58
Thanks for this Nicole. Take care and be safe. It's exhausting!
Annette Goldsmith
01:21:58
Thanks for this meeting and discussion.
Lisa Meidl
01:22:00
Thanks!
April Mazza
01:22:00
Thanks to all!
carol philips
01:22:00
Thanks, Cecilia. Good job!
Laurie Reese
01:22:00
Thank you for this meeting.
Robin Gibson
01:22:01
I appreciate all the organization is doing to help me tackle this hard and critical work.
Cecilia McGowan
01:22:02
Thank you everyone for your engagement and membership.
Nina Lindsay
01:22:07
Thank you!
Ellen Riordan
01:22:09
Thank you everyone. Great job
Aimee Strittmatter (she/her)
01:22:09
Thank you all for attending!
Brian Wilson
01:22:09
Thank you
Abilene Castillo
01:22:11
thank you
Andrew Medlar
01:22:14
Thank you!
Alexandra Bell
01:22:24
Thank you!
Melody Frese
01:22:26
Thank you!