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Jamie Rowen's Zoom Meeting - Shared screen with speaker view
Donna Coker
01:09:11
My anecdotal experience in conversations with Black officers who are engaged in restorative justice work is that they believe that it is critical that they stay there to moderate the otherwise harmful treatment of youth. Kayla, did you find any that thought that way?
Jennifer Lundquist
01:15:35
I have to go at 5pm but want to thank the panelists and the organizers for a thoughtful, insightful discussion. Your work is incredibly important and it has got me thinking.
Toussaint Losier
01:16:27
Thanks for joining us Jennifer!
Jessica Lopez-Espino
01:19:16
Wonderful presentations, thank you for sharing! I think these talks are helpful for our thinking as we re-shape the society we want to be in. One way forward is for tenured faculty to aggressively support scholars doing this work! Look forward to future discussions (have to log off).
Kay Levine
01:20:23
thank you, panelists! This discussion was inspiring.
Jamie Rowen
01:20:34
Thanks for joining Kay!
Kalfani Turè
01:34:46
There is some momentum, but I do we ensure folks remain active and committed to social change and reform
Kalfani Turè
01:34:48
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Amy Spendik
01:36:27
I have other commitments so I have to leave. Thank you to all the panelists frothier insights. Much appreciated.
Jamie Rowen
01:36:43
thanks for joining!
Donna Coker
01:37:01
I have to jump off, too. This was great. Thank you!
Jamie Rowen
01:37:18
Thank you Donna! Hopefully we get to your question and will have a video to share.
Jamie Rowen
01:39:13
for those leaving, the video will be on UMasscjls.org
Ellen Cohn
01:44:20
Thank you so much to all the speakers!
Kalfani Turè
01:45:00
BiPoC is a interesting but strange term
Kalfani Turè
01:45:20
Right, we need to interrogate diversity
Kalfani Turè
01:46:10
Can we discuss how best to study policing ethnographically? Curious, what are the challenges the panelists experience assuming they operate in this particular epistemology?
Lauren McCarthy
01:48:06
Thanks panelists and organizers! This has been an absolutely fantastic discussion. I'm sorry to have to leave early.
Kalfani Turè
01:50:10
By all means, please go over time. This is a great discussion
Leah
01:59:44
Thank you panelists!
Julianne Zala
02:00:04
A big thank you to the panelists for their time!
Lisa Solowiej
02:00:39
Thank you all so much for an incredibly informative panel!
Kerwin Kaye
02:00:51
Thanks to all of you!
Kalfani Turè
02:01:01
Thank you all
Ajima Olaghere
02:01:15
Thank you everyone!!
Henry N
02:01:19
Thank you for setting up this event and bringing so many great panelists!
Jennie Moss
02:01:44
Thank you so much!!
Youngmin Yi (she/her)
02:01:45
Thanks to everyone for the powerful and critically important research and to the new Center for this panel. Grateful for the opportunity to listen and learn.
Sazia Patel
02:01:45
thank you!