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Community Conversations for Wellness and Supportive Roseville Area Schools - Shared screen with speaker view
Raj Sethuraju
45:37
co-creating
Mary Sue Hansen (SRFC)
56:33
SUCH GREAT WORK! BRAVO STUDENTS!!!!
Mary Sue Hansen (SRFC)
59:05
Thank you Scholars for teaching us the way!!!
Meredith
01:14:06
Great jobs to these student leaders.
Meredith
01:14:23
job*
Robin Mohs
01:15:00
They are remarkable. I'm so proud that these are young women who represent Roseville Public Schools.
Etienne Djevi
01:16:01
Thank you Jomi on having that uncomfortable conversation. it is critical if any of this is ever going to change.
LAURETTA DAWOLO-TOWNS
01:16:47
Absolutely, Princess! Not our problem…
kristy pierce
01:17:34
I got kicked out …. And now don’t see everybody
LAURETTA DAWOLO-TOWNS
01:22:20
…and partnership takes away the hierarchy and low expectations.
LAURETTA DAWOLO-TOWNS
01:22:53
Parents and the FIRST teachers!
Etienne Djevi
01:22:56
How about teaching anti-racism in the school, in the classroom?
Bridget
01:24:01
I would love to hear the wisdom from this panel on how white families can show up in a helpful and relevant way to do the work of anti-racism, led by students and families of color.
kristy pierce
01:24:04
Where’s does restorative practices enter these conflicts
Rhonda Rousseau
01:24:57
https://youtu.be/qSTSLBSAzd8this is a helpful video that I shared to those who are not aware of their own biases. good source to pass on.
Joy
01:25:14
The Queens!
MARY BUSSMAN
01:25:35
All right…! Yes!
Christina Hester
01:25:39
So proud of my students
Reies Romero
01:25:55
Much respect to Jomi and Princess!
Naida Grussing-Neitzel
01:26:10
Thank you, Kevin!
Christina Hester
01:26:37
Thank you Kevin. Much love for facilitating this.
Kevin Lindsey MHC
01:26:52
Job of leading conversation is easy when you have a great panel
Susan Montgomery
01:27:05
I have 2 black male RAHS sophomores next to me. They want the problems they discussed with parents and staff in 7, 8 and 9 grade to be addressed, especially when it comes to racism in sports, historical trauma, students who have already been victims of police brutality in public school having their voice heard.