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Defying The Odds Part 2 - Shared screen with speaker view
Samantha Corrington
32:39
i don’t want to take up space that isn’t mine but I’d love to add a thought when possible on this
Samantha Corrington
38:31
Same with narrative being seated (stolen from) in indigenous traditional storytelling
Adejare McMillan
38:51
YES! About Narrative!
Giancarlo Simpson
39:24
I tried to catch him before he barked
Samantha Corrington
39:47
let’s see the puppy!
Edmound Davis
43:16
Holding our elected officials (even university personnel) accountable!!
James Guerin
01:04:41
One day a week I work with federal prisoners on early release, who are pretty much all brown and black, one of the things that I am required to do is use cbt as a methodology. As a family therapist, I come from a systemic relational perspective. How do each of you utilize your theories of change from a systemic perspective
Samantha Corrington
01:06:44
I wonder if there would be concern around developing a theory that could be utilized as a weapon to pathologize the black experience without locating that experience within a system of historic and current injustice and white supremacy
James Guerin
01:19:05
I have to leave at 2, I have a client, good to see you Sam
James Guerin
01:19:20
Thanks guys
Samantha Corrington
01:19:25
you too Jami
Edmound Davis
01:19:28
Thank you, James.
Giancarlo Simpson
01:19:31
Thank you again James
Adejare McMillan
01:20:13
Than you for coming James !! Be Well!
Giancarlo Simpson
01:26:08
I have to step away but I thank everyone for their time and patience with my rambling.
Samantha Corrington
01:26:23
i have to go shortly also friends
Samantha Corrington
01:26:42
Can we do this again? Maybe peer supervision!
Giancarlo Simpson
01:27:04
Im open to it
Edmound Davis
01:27:05
Great idea, Samantha.
Samantha Corrington
01:27:28
let’s connect on this
Edmound Davis
01:28:00
you can email us :-)
Giancarlo Simpson
01:28:05
gs699@mynsu.nova.edu
Adejare McMillan
01:28:17
sr1020@mynsu.nova.edu
Samantha Corrington
01:28:38
scorring@uvic.ca