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Partners Update Call | March - Shared screen with speaker view
Margaret Farmer
05:56
https://docs.google.com/document/d/1ft9YwxgePhSC0YMm5oM-b_MymnOEaIyhXx6WA3vHN-g/edit
Jane Hirschi, CitySprouts
06:05
Good morning, Toni!
Harold L. Miller, Jr.
09:24
Great morning Everyone!
Becky Shuster
10:11
Welcome, all!
Renée Omolade
10:30
Good morning!
Joane Etienne
10:32
Bonjour!
Gail Zarren, Young Audeinces of MA
12:04
Good morning on this sunny day!
Esa
12:33
Good Morning All
Toni Elka Future Chefs
13:31
Please post link to verify in chat. Thank you.
Becky Shuster
13:50
Slides will be shared shortly with all links!
Toni Elka Future Chefs
14:08
thanks.
Becky Shuster
14:10
https://docs.google.com/document/d/1ft9YwxgePhSC0YMm5oM-b_MymnOEaIyhXx6WA3vHN-g/edit
Becky Shuster
14:13
That’s today’s agenda!
Jordan
14:27
Thanks!
Harold L. Miller, Jr.
16:21
https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1rZaJ_R5y6ORuvJ_URvPEND4gl6yCR1l2mu9_wPUB-70/edit?usp=sharing
Margaret Farmer
16:39
https://docs.google.com/document/d/1ft9YwxgePhSC0YMm5oM-b_MymnOEaIyhXx6WA3vHN-g/edit
Mia Branco (she/her) - Open Door Arts
17:02
yes!
Jonna Casey
17:13
How do we sign in?
Meredith Laban
18:08
Meredith Laban, Horizons Greater Boston
Erica, Mass Poetry, she/her
18:09
Erica Charis-Molling, Mass Poetry
Meg O'Brien (she/her)
18:09
Meg O’Brien, Huntington Theatre Company
Jess Costa - Science from Scientists
18:10
Jessica Costa - Science from Scientists
Kimberly Bartlett-Ra
18:13
Kimberly Bartlett-Ra, Boston Debate League
Jean Dao (she/her)
18:18
Jean Dao, Harvard Public School Partnerships/Harvard Ed Portal
Catalina Rojas
18:18
Catalina Rojas - Raising A Reader MA
Eddy Mog
18:18
Eddy Mog, Community Rowing Inc
Tricia McGuiness
18:18
Tricia McGuiness- Strong Women, Strong Girls
Cassie Pearce - Citizen Schools
18:19
Cassie Pearce - Citizen Schools
Allie Carufel (she series) NEMPAC
18:19
Allie Meek-Carufel, North End Music & Performing Arts Center (NEMPAC)
Sara Egan
18:19
Sara Egan, Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum
Mia Branco (she/her) - Open Door Arts
18:19
Mia Branco - Open Door Arts
Toni Elka Future Chefs
18:20
Toni Elka, Future Chefs
Carolyn Navikonis
18:20
Carolyn Navikonis, 826 Boston
Lindsay Alperin - PYD
18:20
Lindsay Alperin, Partners for Youth with Disabilities
Jane Hirschi, CitySprouts
18:21
Jane Hirschi, CitySprouts
Ann Gogol
18:21
Ann Gogol, Discovering Justice
Penny Ouellette
18:22
Penny Ouellette - Handel and Haydn Society
Elizabeth Hale
18:22
Liz Hale- Science from Scientists
Kate Milazzo
18:22
Kate Milazzo, Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum
Becky Vogel
18:23
Becky Vogel, OneGoal
Sara Sam
18:23
Sara Sam, UMB Talent Search/Project REACH
Brenden McHenry
18:23
Brenden McHenry, he/him, Boch Center
Alia Verner, EdVestors (she series)
18:25
Good Morning everyone! Alia Verner, EdVestors
Courtney Bruno | She/Her
18:26
Courtney Bruno, Big Sister Boston
Ellie Rosen
18:26
Ellie Rosen, OneGoal
Eileen Turpin
18:26
Eileen Turpin, Waypoint Adventure
Hannah Weinstock
18:28
Hannah Weinstock- Science Club for Girls
Solomon Montagno
18:28
Solomon Montagno- CitySprouts
Holly Dyer (she/her)
18:32
Holly Dyer - Community Music Center of Boston
Addison Ray- BYW
18:32
Addison Ray- Boston Youth Wrestling
Peter Darling - Boston Partners
18:32
Peter Darling - Boston Partners in Education
Erin McGrath
18:33
Erin McGrath, Boston Partners in Education
Jonna Casey
18:34
Jonna Casey - Prime Time Extended Learning Services
Mitchell Heisler | 3Point
18:35
Mitchell Heisler - The3PointFoundation
Libby M
18:40
Libby, Kodia, Carly and EMily, catie's closet
Cassie Bride
18:41
Cassie Bride Museum of Fine Arts
Lauren
18:42
Lauren Cooke- Latino stem alliance
Tiana L. Bonner, Higher Ground
18:45
Tiana Bonner, Higher Ground
Meagan Anderson
18:49
Meagan Anderson - IMPACT/Triangle, Inc.
Laura Bullock
18:51
Laura Bullock, Making Music Matters
Adrian Heneveld
18:52
Adrian Heneveld, Harlem Lacrosse
Allyson Shifley
18:58
Allyson Shifley, The LEAH Project at Health Resources in Action
David Landrigan (Navigation Games)
19:06
David Landrigan, Navigation Games: VoIP/txt 978.238.9169 David.Landrigan@NavigationGames.org
Esa
19:11
Esa Brandao-Project Right/Boston Trauma Response
Erica Rivers
19:14
Erica Rivers, 3PointFoundation
Ms. Sullivan
19:17
Mary Sullivan, Steppingstone
Ive Mendoza (Boston Scores, she/her)
19:30
Ive Mendoza, Boston Scores
Sharon Shakur
19:35
Sharon Shakur, MA/ Dance with Books
Kerry J. McGowan
19:42
Kerry McGowan, Phillips Brooks House Association
Eric Thompson
20:16
Eric Thompson, EVkids
Roxanna (she/her)
20:16
Roxie Myhrum, Puppet Showplace Theater
Emily Scheinberg (she, her, hers)
20:31
Emily Scheinberg, Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
Heidi Sampson
20:40
Heidi Sampson, Read to a Child
Maureen Myers
21:15
Maureen Myers Little voices
Jen Bodde, Courageous Sailing
24:03
Jen Bodde, Courageous Sailing
Linda Winin
25:50
Linda Winin, Read to a Child
Libby Lichter
26:25
Libby Lichter, Row Boston/ Community Rowing Ing.
Harold L. Miller, Jr.
26:34
Amazing to see all of these wonderful partners! We cannot thank you enough! Students First!
Jokaimy Caceres
26:42
Jokaimy caceres- higher ground boston
Corey Evans
26:59
Corey Evans, Boch Center
Jamison Collier
27:00
Jamison Collier, Becoming A Man (BAM)
Wes Enicks
27:25
Wes Enicks, Generations Incorporated
Leilani (she/her)
33:23
Leilani Ricardo (she/her/hers) Urbanity Dance
Harold L. Miller, Jr.
34:45
https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B9wyAfDUs4JoZHBmb1o0YkE3clk/view?usp=sharing
Christopher Schroeder
36:29
Chris Schroeder, Boston Music Projects
Harold L. Miller, Jr.
37:11
Continuum: https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B9wyAfDUs4JoZHBmb1o0YkE3clk/view?usp=sharing
Becky Shuster
38:11
Where are you as an organization? Consider:Policy development and changeCapacity-building for anti-racism through training and skill-buildingStaff demographicsUse of racial equity planning tool, including community engagement and disaggregated data analysisGoal setting and monitoringHow are your efforts similar to or different from BPS anti-racism initiatives?What is one next step you can take?
Becky Shuster
50:40
Few themes
Becky Shuster
50:43
Question you are left with
Roxanna, Puppet Showplace Theater
51:18
Themes: Slow / frustrating pace of change; unevenness across organizations (e.g. students and younger staff vs. Board).
Polly Carpenter
51:50
How far we’ve come this year but how far we still have to go.
Erica, Mass Poetry, she/her
51:54
Trying to pace the work—trying to move too quickly or moving too slowly. And try to maintain the momentum and urgency for this work that was felt last spring.
Ive Mendoza (Boston Scores, she/her)
52:18
Themes for our group: Recognized that we have a lot more work to do. Our staffing structure and the successes & struggles of making sure they look like the students we are serving.
Meg O'Brien (she/her)
52:45
I love that, Becky
Eddy Mog
54:36
Operationalizing the effort so that it is not silo’d in a specific department/staff member’s responsibilities and instead can be shared as a priority by everyone & so the effort to create identity change is a long lasting evolution
David Landrigan (Navigation Games)
55:32
One of our themes was importance of language and constructs and how intentionally and unintentionally it creates gaps and separation … for example “social distancing” rather than saying physical distancing for health and safety, and the ways social distancing is manifest intentionally and unintentionally whether practices like redlining, org policies etc
Kimberly Bartlett-Ra
56:32
We found a theme of working in disciplines (debate and architecture) that are deeply entrenched in (and even created to perpetuate) white supremacy and the challenge of dismantling that
Meg O'Brien (she/her)
56:37
I echo this - our t
Meg O'Brien (she/her)
57:03
Task Force held extensive interviews before choosing, for this reason. It was a moment that felt “too slow” but in the end was exactly what we needed to be taking the time to do
Jen Bodde, Courageous Sailing
59:17
Ditto, Kimberly! And it's easier to ensure equitable access to a diverse group of youth than it is to have a staff that represents the backgrounds of the kids we serve.
Mitchell Heisler | 3Point
59:23
Wanted to shout out both TiElla and Jamison for sharing their passion and incredible insight in the small group - loved and appreciated our conversation together! :)
Becky Shuster
59:42
What was most useful today in three words or less?A few people share outOthers welcome to write in chat
Tricia McGuiness
01:00:06
The Continuum Tool!
gary kaplan
01:00:22
We ran out of time before I could mention our blog posts during Black History Month at www.jfynet.org.
Jen Bodde, Courageous Sailing
01:00:22
listening and sharing
Roxie, Puppet Showplace Theater
01:00:57
Learning some of the internal language / tools used in BPS
Erica, Mass Poetry, she/her
01:00:58
definitions and self-assessment tools
Kimberly Bartlett-Ra
01:01:04
Talking with others
Leilani (she/her)
01:01:11
tools & context for them
David Landrigan (Navigation Games)
01:01:23
Is this the other referred to title Slavery’s Capitalism? https://www.upenn.edu/pennpress/book/15556.html
Toni Elka Future Chefs
01:01:28
the resource lists
Sara Egan
01:01:35
Tools, rubrics & conversation
Gail Zarren, Young Audeinces of MA
01:01:39
Listening without judgement
Emily Scheinberg (she, her, hers)
01:02:00
Tools are especially useful
Meg O'Brien (she/her)
01:02:09
Thank you so much!
Gail Zarren, Young Audeinces of MA
01:02:10
Wonderful meeting/ Thank you!
Abigail Bowling (she/hers)
01:02:12
Shared language
Holly Dyer (she/her)
01:02:12
Thank you very much!
Tawanna Fulton
01:02:14
Thank you
Leilani (she/her)
01:02:14
Thank you!
Cassie Bride
01:02:15
Thank you
Jokaimy Caceres
01:02:16
Thank you
Jordan
01:02:16
thanks yall
Ali Ricketson | YMCA Boston
01:02:17
Thank you!
Jen Bodde, Courageous Sailing
01:02:18
thanks!
Addison Ray- BYW
01:02:18
Thank you!
Kate Milazzo
01:02:18
Thank you!!
Jose Correia Jr
01:02:21
Thank you !!!
David Landrigan (Navigation Games)
01:02:25
Thank you
Mia Branco (she/her) - Open Door Arts
01:02:31
Thank you!
Paula Paris - JFYNetWorks
01:02:31
If I may, I would like to add, The Sum of Us -- What Raciscm costs Everyone, by Heather McGhee.
Roxie, Puppet Showplace Theater
01:02:47
Thank you!
Sharon Shakur
01:03:22
Thank you! Dance with Books