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Social Justice Speaker: Otis R. Taylor Jr - Shared screen with speaker view
Mickey Huff
24:22
www.projectcensored.org
Mickey Huff
24:28
mhuff@dvc.edu
Mickey Huff
24:38
mlevitin@dvc.edu
Sangha Niyogi, she/her/hers
25:15
https://www.kirkusreviews.com/book-reviews/michael-levitin/generation-occupy/
Mickey Huff
25:24
Take a JRNAL class! Be the media! https://www.dvc.edu/academics/departments/journalism/
Mickey Huff
25:59
Our Social Justice Program- https://www.dvc.edu/academics/departments/social-science/social-justice/
Sangha Niyogi, she/her/hers
27:06
Special thanks to Andrea Sorce (Economics) for connecting us with Otis.
Mickey Huff
28:41
Hear, hear!
adambessie
33:29
Just found this article Mr. Taylor is citing: https://www.science.org/doi/10.1126/sciadv.abg9508
Sangha Niyogi, she/her/hers
33:57
Thanks Adam!
Mickey Huff
49:17
This is exactly why journalism matters! Be the media with The Inquirer, DVC’s student voice- https://www.dvcinquirer.com
Theresa Lester
51:06
what does redlining mean?
Albert Ponce (he/him)
52:11
Here is a resource on redlining
Albert Ponce (he/him)
52:14
https://dsl.richmond.edu/panorama/redlining/#loc=5/39.1/-94.58&text=intro
Andrea Sorce
52:31
https://www.kqed.org/lowdown/18486/redlining
Albert Ponce (he/him)
54:16
Sundown towns. https://www.jstor.org/stable/pdf/26214270.pdf
Monique Bichard
57:36
Absolutely true…I was homeless for almost 2 years. It’s horribly traumatic.
Mickey Huff
01:02:32
The power of grassroots, people-centered journalism.
adambessie
01:04:35
Here is a link to the report on Bay Area segregation from The Center for Othering and Belonging: https://belonging.berkeley.edu/segregationinthebay
Albert Ponce (he/him)
01:04:41
Segregation in the bay. https://belonging.berkeley.edu/most-segregated-and-integrated-cities-sf-bay-area
Albert Ponce (he/him)
01:05:14
Thanks Adam
adambessie
01:05:55
Interactive segregation map for the same center — check out our college service area in particular: https://belonging.berkeley.edu/bay-segregation-map
Mickey Huff
01:08:41
https://giffords.org/lawcenter/gun-laws/policy-areas/other-laws-policies/tiahrt-amendments/
Mickey Huff
01:11:11
Solutions Journalism matters- https://www.solutionsjournalism.org
Mickey Huff
01:22:18
Excellent presentation!
princess hicks
01:22:29
That was such an amazing talk! Thank you!
adambessie
01:22:34
That was fire! Thanks Otis
Denia Van Servellen
01:22:49
Thank you so much, this was very informational!
Justin
01:23:09
Thank you
Shakila Ghasemi
01:23:21
Thank you som much
Amanda Farquharson
01:23:32
thanks for the talk!!
Parmis Farzanegan
01:23:35
Thank you so much! Very informative
Albert Ponce (he/him)
01:23:54
Journalism Professor Michael Levitin in NYT https://www.nytimes.com/2021/09/18/books/review/generation-occupy-michael-levitin.html
Amanda Farquharson
01:23:58
where can I find the recording of this?
Theresa Lester
01:24:03
Thanks Otis great speech!
telliott220
01:24:15
How can we as educators help with the improving homeless problem
Mickey Huff
01:24:16
I’ll be posting a link once up in Canvas for my classes...
Jessica S Jones
01:24:43
Awesome speech!
Alma Nuño (she/her/ella)
01:25:08
thank you so much!
Otis Taylor
01:25:29
Thanks for listening, y’all. 🙏🏽
Mickey Huff
01:26:11
Here is the Social Justice Program link again where the recordings of the talks from the series are housed- https://www.dvc.edu/academics/departments/social-science/social-justice/
Jessica S Jones
01:26:19
How can us students participate in getting these public officials out of office ?
princess hicks
01:26:37
HI! I just wanted to say that your speech was so amazing but my question is how can a young person like me get more involved in the community?
Mickey Huff
01:26:48
Try to get involved in local politics, in your community…
Juan Huerta Villicana (He/Him/El)
01:27:04
Students, There is a student lead event next week for Filipino-Amierican History month iby the social justice club, if any of you are in campus. This an in person event.
Juan Huerta Villicana (He/Him/El)
01:27:06
https://dvc.campuslabs.com/engage/event/7568097
Albert Ponce (he/him)
01:27:53
EBASE is one of our community partners Princess doing work https://workingeastbay.org/
Mickey Huff
01:29:06
Virtue signaling is real…
Sangha Niyogi, she/her/hers
01:29:07
Princess you can also join DVC student clubs: Social Justice Club, Womyn of Color Association (WOCA), Scholars for Justice Club
Mickey Huff
01:29:57
If you want to get more involved in independent media and grassroots journalism, get in touch with us at Project Censored and DVC’s Journalism and Social Justice Programs!
princess hicks
01:30:52
Great! Do I email or sign up?
Mickey Huff
01:31:01
mhuff@dvc.edu
princess hicks
01:31:30
Thanks!
Mickey Huff
01:32:13
Media is a very powerful frame for the powerful…but we the people need to be the media so these stories are amplified.
Mickey Huff
01:39:28
bell hooks- class matters- https://www.routledge.com/Where-We-Stand-Class-Matters/hooks/p/book/9780415929134
Michael Levitin
01:40:39
Solutions-oriented journalism appeals to folks because it gives them a sense they can go out and DO something after reading/viewing a story that moves them. Great to offer people venues for action.
Alma Nuño (she/her/ella)
01:41:33
family conversations
Otis Taylor
01:41:56
otaylor@kqed.org
Mickey Huff
01:42:14
Thank you, Otis! Stellar work…so glad you could share your wisdom and experiences with all of us today, especially our students!
Mickey Huff
01:47:27
Call out the neoliberal power structures…including those at KQED/NPR. You’re making a difference. Kudos to you for your great work!