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Understanding and Responding to Mass Incarceration 2022 Conference Morning Programming - Shared screen with speaker view
Roberta Gibbons
40:45
Thank you to Dr. Gort and Dr. Raj for the heartfelt welcome and acknowledgements
Gabrielle Casey
01:03:34
Yes, this is needed here in MN! So many organizations don't understand how powerful Restorative Justice and Circles can be for those who have been sexually victimized!
Christina Lutchen
01:04:11
Incredible, BRAVO!
Connie.Fontaine
01:04:36
I did not notice the time Burma started speaking, let me know when we should wrap up and allow time for Q&A
David
01:17:44
Can we know the total number of those hurt and who caused harm β€” and how many were addressed successfully without prison? And if at possible for what cost? And finally what the lasting impact and challenges still unaddressed? πŸ’œπŸ™
Reese Graham-Bey
01:31:12
How do predatory laws affect the circle process/community justice?
Gabrielle Casey
01:32:00
Let's do this MN!
Brian Higbee
01:32:42
clap clap clap
Muna Mohamed
01:34:47
professor libby muna 1050
Brian Higbee
01:34:54
10 minute break before our panel presentation and discussion on "Individuals Who Have Experienced Sexual Violence"
Connie.Fontaine
01:36:50
it is very difficult for those living off the community and finding resources, the current term our country uses is "restorative justice", not many places that fully accept offenders released from prison
Brian Higbee
01:43:52
Coming back from break momentarily
Brian Higbee
01:47:18
closed captioning has been enabled, if you click the CC button
Jodi Bantley
01:52:46
I can hear on Zoom
Nikki Engel
01:57:17
Can someone post the names of the panelists in the chat? Thank you.
Brian Higbee
01:57:26
Panel on "Individuals Who Have Experienced Sexual Violence" with panelists KiloMarie Granda, Shvonne Johnson, and Sofi Shank. Facilitator is Dr. Raj, Metro State University
Nikki Engel
01:57:36
Thank you.
Kissy's Stay Put Services
01:58:45
Yes Shavone
Kissy's Stay Put Services
02:05:18
Yes Kilmomarie
Muna Mohamed
02:07:57
for smaller traditional communities, talking about sexual assault is not often confronted, sometimes this is because individuals wanting to protect the person who did it because they maybe part of the community and family of the victim. An because if it comes out the victims family or themselves are afraid of victim shaming. How can more traditional closed communities confront sexual assault and provide resources for both victims and offenders in a way in which they are not shamed. To prevent or reduce generations of offenders that exist, because there is no accountability.
Kissy's Stay Put Services
02:22:15
What about civil commitment folks who cares about them? Where is the restorative justice at
Reese Graham-Bey
02:23:12
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Reese Graham-Bey
02:27:52
How do we confront this issue in a way that considers the wrongfully accused offender? Is there space in restorative/transformative justice to deal with actual innocence?
Brian Higbee
02:30:06
We're taking some questions from the audience in the auditorium, will try to get to as many questions posted in Zoom as we can!
kimberly hall
02:44:56
Very good panel discussion! Thank you.
Gemma Punti
02:45:04
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Brian Higbee
02:52:19
"The Problem with MSOP" with Eric Janus, Professor, Mitchell Hamline School of Law
Brian Higbee
02:53:52
Counseling available online: Contact Dr Sky Smith, LICSW, Zoom 414 845 7873
Brian Higbee
03:01:42
Paula do you have a question for Dr Janus? You could type in chat or the Q&A.
Paula J Halverson
03:02:09
Sorry....error.
Brian Higbee
03:02:25
No worries.
Malinda Lamb
03:06:45
Would it be possible to get these slides/powerpoint?
Brian Higbee
03:17:41
Malinda, good question. Most likely yes, we will check with Eric Janus
Malinda Lamb
03:21:43
Wonderful-thank you!
Kissy's Stay Put Services
03:22:53
How can we connect if we are not at Metro
holly.kelley
03:23:13
What were those books?
Brian Higbee
03:26:30
Well, looks like we ran out of time for questions...
kimberly hall
03:27:10
Enjoyed Eric Janus’s presentation. Thank you.
Gemma Punti
03:27:15
Thank you!