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Critical Race Theory and Ethnic Studies - Shared screen with speaker view
Dr. Cheryl Matias
38:33
Perhaps tell us who you are and where you are from.
Dr. David Martinez
38:38
I see you
Penny Christian
39:22
Penny Christian, Lexington. Prichard Committee
Mariama Lockington (she/her/hers)
39:31
Hello everyone! We are happy to have you here. Feel free to introduce yourself and when you are from in the chat.
Kirsten Foti
40:07
Kirsten Foti from Mansfield Texas - high school teacher and doctoral candidate in reading educaiton
Lyman Alexander
40:31
Lyman Alexander- California
Mariama Lockington (she/her/hers)
40:33
Education and Civil Rights for the New Decade Conference: https://education.uky.edu/civil-rights/conference/
Dedric Doolin
40:34
Dedric L. Doolin, Cedar Rapids Branch #4013 and Iowa-Nebraska NAACP State Conference
Mariama Lockington (she/her/hers)
40:44
Education and Civil Rights for the New Decade Conference: https://education.uky.edu/civil-rights/conference/
Dr. Marvin Lynn
40:46
Marvin Lynn, Professor and Dean, College of Education at Portland State University in Oregon. I’m looking forward to transitioning back to the faculty soon. I’m originally from Chicago.
Sharon Bailey
40:47
Hi. Sharon Bailey from DEIJ committee in the Texas Woman's University College of Professional Education.
Sara Sneed
40:53
Can others hear what is being said?
Christine Waters
40:58
Christine Waters NAACP NYS Conference, Education Chair, I Vice President NAACP Freeport Roosevelt #2147
David Ginsborg
41:35
Go Rev. Moore!
Barbara Bolling-Williams
41:46
Barbara Bolling-Williams Indiana State President NAACP and Member of the National Board of Directors
Mariama Lockington (she/her/hers)
42:16
Please add your questions to the Q & A so we see them.
Dr. Cheryl Matias
45:54
Cheryl E. Matias, Professor, Motherscholar, and Director of Secondary Teacher Education, University of Kentucky
Mariama Lockington (she/her/hers)
46:34
We will take questions in the last ten minutes. Please enter your questions into the Q & A box so we see them!
Sierra SLD
52:24
Can the panel share the books and the scholars names in the feed? Thanks for this convo … go NAACP!
jan adkins
53:00
Can you recommend one current work that explains the issues of Critical Race Theory?
Mariama Lockington (she/her/hers)
53:08
If you’re able, please share these book recs I the chat, someone has asked for this
Dr. Marvin Lynn
53:11
Derrick Bell, And We are Not Saved
Dr. Cheryl Matias
53:19
Faces at the bottom of the well
Dr. Cheryl Matias
53:26
Derrick Bell
Dr. Marvin Lynn
53:36
Crenshaw and Colleagues: Critical Race Theory: The Key Writings that Formed the Movement
Mariama Lockington (she/her/hers)
53:46
Make sure you are messaging panelists and attendees
Dr. Marvin Lynn
54:07
Delgado and Stefancic: Critical Race Theory: The Cutting Edge
Dr. Cheryl Matias
54:25
Face at the Bottom of the Well, Derrick Bell
Dr. Cheryl Matias
54:38
Eric Yamamato
Dr. Marvin Lynn
54:47
Crenshaw and Colleagues: Critical Race Theory: The Key Writings that Formed the Movement
Dr. Marvin Lynn
55:05
Marvin Lynn and Adrienne Dixon, The Handbook of Critical Race Theory in Education
Dr. Cheryl Matias
55:07
Gloria Ladson billings what is CRT doing in our nice field like education
Dr. Cheryl Matias
55:23
Foundations of CRT in Ed Ed Taylor, GLB, and Dave Gillborn
Lisa Norton
56:10
Love Gloria Anzaldua's work in conjunction with LatCrit and CRT theory. She was one of my theorists for my dissertation work Latina Leaders which was intersectional with feminist theory.
Mariama Lockington (she/her/hers)
57:38
The Echo for Greg might be because his audio is picking up someone’s audio that is not muted. If you are not speaking, please make sure you are muted so we can avoid this feedback.
Suzanne Miller
57:40
Greg your feedback is probably because you have a second computer or smartphone that has this Zoom meeting on. Turn the second one off or turn of it's microphone AND speaker.
Dr. Gregory Vincent
57:57
Yes!
James Staten
58:22
Well said Jeff
Darcy Orellana
58:42
In NH https://legiscan.com/NH/text/HB544/id/2238380 a bill was put forth - HB 544: Bill Title: Relative to the propagation of divisive concepts. It is attempting to restrict curriculum and training to not include "Divisive concepts" such as those that "include any other form of race or sex stereotyping or any other form of race or sex scapegoating" and so on. Local politics matter! Yes, run for school boards, councils, etc.
Dr. David Martinez
58:56
Absolutely, connecting Glorias work to Angela Davis’ work has really helped me to problematize the action of patriarchy in school finance policy construction.
Dr. Marvin Lynn
59:07
Will need to talk about Trump’s Executive Order
Miggy P.
59:16
Is this a discussion on the relevance and applications of CRT or an echo chamber? It be great to know who the panelists will be applying CRT in the real world.
Mariama Lockington (she/her/hers)
59:33
Make sure to respond to panelists and attendees if you want people to see your responses!
Miggy P.
01:00:00
To be honest, this discussion seems to lack epistemic humility. How is this going to be addressed?
jan adkins
01:02:16
Cloaking Inequities blog -how can I read your blog??
Mariama Lockington (she/her/hers)
01:03:32
Dean Heilig’s Blog: https://cloakinginequity.com/
Mariama Lockington (she/her/hers)
01:04:57
Don’t forget to type your questions into the Q & A box. Panelists will address these in the last 10 minutes of the webinar tonight.
Miggy P.
01:07:04
Kamala Harris said this following Biden’s SOTU: "Well, first of all, no, I don't think America is a racist country, but we also do have to speak the truth about the history of racism in our country and its existence today," How do you reconcile/contrast this with Senator Tim Scott’s response?
Mariama Lockington (she/her/hers)
01:07:05
Please enter your question into the Q & A, so we don’t lose it in the chat! Thank you.
Miggy P.
01:12:13
What are your thoughts on the World Socialist Web Site’s critique of the 1619 Project?: https://www.wsws.org/en/articles/2020/12/04/intr-d04.html
jan adkins
01:12:15
How does CRT address TV advertisements that promote a subordinating outlook of black men and women? How can these inequalities be addressed?
Benjamin Saseyi
01:13:03
What is the difference between Critical Discuss Analysis, Critical Narrative Analysis, and Critical Race Theory?
Mariama Lockington (she/her/hers)
01:13:20
Love these questions! Please put your questions in the Q & A if you can. We may not be able to capture them all if you put them in the chat.
Miggy P.
01:14:18
Muchas gracias!
Miggy P.
01:16:32
How do you think CRT can be bridged with data-driven analysis?
Dr. Cheryl Matias
01:17:17
https://www.wsws.org/en/articles/2020/12/04/intr-d04.html
LaSonya Moore
01:17:23
Can you please place those text titles in the chat?
Lisa Norton
01:17:55
Thank you Dr. Munoz for pointing this out. Such an important point!
Dr. Cheryl Matias
01:18:07
CRT is about love. https://www.wsws.org/en/articles/2020/12/04/intr-d04.html
Dr. Cheryl Matias
01:18:24
https://search.proquest.com/openview/e89da027c5ac16ad4876edadc109dda9/1?pq-origsite=gscholar&cbl=31133
Dr. Cheryl Matias
01:19:24
My bad the latter link is an article that combats ideas that CRT is about hate. https://search.proquest.com/openview/e89da027c5ac16ad4876edadc109dda9/1?pq-origsite=gscholar&cbl=31133
Michael Curry
01:19:40
Question: One of my favorite African proverbs is “Hunters will cease being heroes when lions have historians.” We have only scratched the surface of “the truth” about American history. How do we incent, fund, promote and memorialize research and analysis that liberates all of us from this fallacy about America?
Wm Derek Grasty
01:19:45
Yes, Reverend Moore.
Michael Curry
01:20:12
Question: One of my favorite African proverbs is “Hunters will cease being heroes when lions have historians.” We have only scratched the surface of “the truth” about American history. How do we incent, fund, promote and memorialize research and analysis that liberates all of us from this fallacy about America?
Mariama Lockington (she/her/hers)
01:20:33
So many great questions coming in! Please put them in the Q & A so we don’t miss them.
April Eddie
01:21:04
Yes Dr. Martinez!!!
Abigail Tarango
01:21:18
Yas! Dr. Martinez!
Benjamin Saseyi
01:21:47
Shift in value/
Abigail Tarango
01:21:54
Yes And…
Vincent bezares
01:22:04
Dr. Martinez, are you equating current policies on CRT as similar to Jim Crow Laws? The implication would make me reevaluate the Jim Crow laws. But that doesn’t seem to make sense, because the Jim Crow laws were an atrocious attack
Vincent bezares
01:22:19
That seems like bad reasoning Dr. Martinez
Christine Waters
01:23:35
As movements coopt the SAVE Our Schools Movement to https://www.amazon.co.uk/Half-Has-Never-Been-Told/dp/046500296X
Jennifer Sughrue
01:23:35
CRT has already been banned in Florida public schools.
Dr. David Martinez
01:24:23
No I wouldn’t categorize it as tantamount.
Vincent bezares
01:24:58
But you just said that, you’re trying to claim parity
Mariama Lockington (she/her/hers)
01:25:11
Conference info link: https://education.uky.edu/civil-rights/conference/
Dr. Cheryl Matias
01:25:57
Most of the bans were in response to the Trump Executive Order, which has now been repealed under the new administration
Kirsten Foti
01:26:10
Thank you for sharing the information about the conference.
Dr. David Martinez
01:26:12
No, the resistance to CRT is part of the historical lineage. Not the same.
Payne Hiraldo
01:26:57
I unfortunately joined in late. Is the recording going to be sent to the attendees?
Marshall Beeler
01:26:58
https://www.sbc.net/resource-library/resolutions/on-critical-race-theory-and-intersectionality/https://www.sbc.net/resource-library/resolutions/on-critical-race-theory-and-intersectionality/
Dr. Cheryl Matias
01:27:44
To stand idly by in these bans is to act in one’s own dehumanization. They are wrong and must be contested
Vincent bezares
01:28:28
I won’t say I agree or disagree with the bans, but they were decided by a school board and legislature that were lawfully elected
Dr. Cheryl Matias
01:28:49
Slavery was also a legal sanction
Dr. Cheryl Matias
01:29:01
There’s a difference with legality and justice
Vincent bezares
01:29:17
Are you saying this is similar to slavery?
Dr. Cheryl Matias
01:29:56
I’m saying just because it’s legally elected doesn’t make it right
Vincent bezares
01:29:57
Dr. Vincent, who gets to decide what’s just?
Dr. Cheryl Matias
01:30:17
The extermination of Jewish people was legal
Dr. Cheryl Matias
01:30:29
The internment of Japanese Americans was legal
Vincent bezares
01:30:29
But shouldn’t we pursue these things within the parameters of the systems in place?
Dr. Cheryl Matias
01:30:53
It depends on who have the power to enact such a vote
Vincent bezares
01:31:13
This is slippery slope
Vincent bezares
01:31:21
This is a slippery slope*
Miggy P.
01:31:27
Displacement of Mexican citizens under the 1920s/1930s repatriation was “legal” - FDR continued that.
Jennifer Sughrue
01:31:30
Voting rights needs to be strengthened in order to have our voices heard!
Dr. Susana Muñoz (she, her, hers, ella)
01:31:56
Chinese Exclusionary Act 1882
Dr. Cheryl Matias
01:32:06
There is no slippery slope when wrong is wrong. It’s only a slippery slope the one refuses to share the balance of power
jan adkins
01:32:07
Immigration quotas are legal but unjust if based on race
Vincent bezares
01:32:16
So how should conservatives approach these views on justice?
Benjamin Saseyi
01:33:05
True
Onesimo Banda
01:33:12
Dr. Matias: THANK YOU
April Eddie
01:33:23
Yes Dr. Matias!
David Stanley
01:33:45
What is your take on Derrick Bell's racial realism idea? How do we reconcile the permanence of whiteness and racism?
Onesimo Banda
01:34:11
So many times teachers who wear their color of pride don't think their parents, grandparents were educated, COLLEGE EDUCATED and never knew poverty... but we have so few first generation college students as teachers
Vincent bezares
01:34:12
Wrong is wrong to who? The law’s are very imperfect, but they provide some consistency because we dont’ have the same conceptions of justice
Benjamin Saseyi
01:34:45
Prop. 227/58
Christine Waters
01:34:49
On Long Island are still living in Sundown Towns, what can we do to counteract the folks who run for school board cloaked in denial, and teach our children, but deny the need to teach the Truth about our history Equity and Inclusion and try to twist the meaning so as to inflame, rather than bring people together? How do we continue to get the truth out about CRT?
Lisa Norton
01:34:52
Or white teachers and leaders who really believe in all of this work and want this for our country and states as well. Willing to give up power because this is incredibly important to progress as a nation. Want to support in everyway.
Mariama Lockington (she/her/hers)
01:35:19
Thank you so much for your questions! Please come to our conference if you to discuss more: https://education.uky.edu/civil-rights/conference/
Rebecca Scheer
01:35:20
Great discussion. This really helped me immensely! Thank You!
Payne Hiraldo
01:35:24
Beautifully said Dr. Matias. Thank you!!
Christine Waters
01:35:25
https://sundown.tougaloo.edu/
Onesimo Banda
01:35:29
Thank you, each and every one of you, Gracias a todos ustedes..
Dr. Cheryl Matias
01:35:47
Salamat po
Lisa Norton
01:35:47
Thank you all really wonderful webinar!
Dr. David Martinez
01:35:52
When are laws consistent? How are the laws consistent when we know specific communities are targeted for persecution?
Benjamin Saseyi
01:35:55
Okay I will hold you up to that! See me soon!
Wm Derek Grasty
01:36:02
Thank you, All. Great conversation.
Sara Sneed
01:36:03
Excellent presentation. Thank you.
jan adkins
01:36:05
Thank You !!
Vincent bezares
01:36:06
Then use the means in place
Victoria Young
01:36:10
Thank you all.
Eric Cuellar
01:36:10
Gracias/Thank You. Outstanding
Sandy Guzman Foster
01:36:10
Thank you
Christine Waters
01:36:11
Thank you so much for this conversation as we are trying to navigate this topic.
Dr. Cheryl Matias
01:36:19
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