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Tanya Palit Husain
41:57
https://native-land.ca/
Steph Miami (she/her)
42:12
Seminole Tequesta territory
Linda (she/her) Vermont
42:18
Abenaki territory
GGRC Coordinators
42:25
Calling in from Seminole and Timucua territory!
Carson Cates
42:28
Osage territory
Jenna*Jaffe She/They GR:AVL&SB
42:37
Cherokee Territory
Tanya Palit Husain
42:47
Akimel O’Odham and Piipaash homelands
Kristi Balzer
42:48
Kalapuya, Multnomah, and Tribes of the Grand Ronde
Cathy, Indy, she
42:51
Myaamia (Miami)
Alice (she/they)
42:52
Piscataway territory
Kaci (she/her)
42:53
Haudenosaunee Territory
Arkin (she/her)
42:54
Mohican
newt pal asheville, nc
42:56
cherokee
Stef Rubino (they/them)
42:56
Seminole territory
Jess (they, Treaty 7)
42:56
Treaty 7 - Blackfoot territory
Mo (she/they)
42:56
Kenmore, WA - Snohomish, Coast Salish Land
clarissa (she/her)
42:58
Lummi land
Anita Mars
43:07
Nacotchtank
Sam Grabowska, PhD (they/them)
43:13
Cheyenee and Arapahoe land
Kaylee Sink (they/them)
43:14
Miami and Potawatomi territory
Rachael she/her
43:14
Tocobaga, Seminole
Shannon Webber (Girls Rock Denver, she/hers)
43:18
Cheyenne, Sioux
sav
43:19
Hi all! Calling in. From Tkoronto, Anishinabeg, Haudenesaunee, Mississaugas of the Credit, Wendat, and Chippewa nations <3
Nora (She/Her) Girls Rock Campaign Boston
43:21
Pawtucket and Massaadchueset Territory
Lacey, GRR, she/her
43:22
Tutelo land here in Roanoke, VA
jesse (she/her)
43:35
Tocobago/ Seminole
Gaby, she/her (Chicago)
43:37
Kiikaapoi here in Chicago
Rae, Dallas, she/her
43:38
Kiikaapoi (Kickapoo) and Wichita
April Blackbird
43:39
Treaty 1 Ojibway, Cree… and lesser known, Dakota
Sue (she/her/hers)
43:45
Peoria and Odawa
Kelly (They/Them)
43:49
Clackamas
Marti, Indy, she/her
43:56
Miami territory
Sarah Ventre
44:00
It really has!
Meg RnRC4GSD
44:08
Kumeyaay land
Genevieve (GiGi) M. (She/Her) Indianapolis, IN
44:14
Calling from Miami Kiikaapoi land
Silvana - LGRC (she/her)
44:18
Niitsitapi territory (Kainai, Piikani, Siksika nations), Metis Nation of Alberta
Erin (she/her/hers)
44:18
Pawtucket, Massa-adchu-es-et
Sarah Ventre
44:22
Animal O’okham, O’Odham, Yavapaiv Apache, and Cocopah land
Sarah Ventre
44:30
**Akimel O’Odham
Saman (she/her)
44:31
Manahoac territory
Melissa (she/her) San Diego
44:33
Kumeyaay
Margaret Chapman
44:55
Eno, Sappony,, Shakori and Catawba land
Mitchell (he/his)
45:08
Nacotchtank (Anacostan) &Piscataway
Anna Pajala, GR!F
45:08
Sápmi (Sámi)
brandi
45:09
Treaty One Territory
Miles Crabtree (he/him) Philly
45:41
Narragansett (currently in RI)
Sarah (she, her)
45:47
Kiikaapoi, Wichita, Comanche
Monique Smith
45:58
Seminole and Calusa territory in Orlando, FL USA
Saman (she/her)
46:05
It was a hard time y'all!
Jaime Noah (she/her) - Denver/Drums Instruction
46:55
Cheyenne and Jicarilla Apache (Colorado Springs, CO)
Frankie McSweeney
46:58
calling in from Canarsie territory!
Senorita 2 (she/they)
47:15
mvskoke (muscogee creek) im in atlanta ga
Carly (she / they)
47:51
Callin’ in from Duwamish and Coast Salish territory
Kate Lahey
48:06
Calling in from Mi’kmaq, Beothuk, Innu and Inuit territory <3
Morgan (she/her) / Bryan (he/him), Indy
48:33
Miami territory
Monique Smith
51:24
yes!
Rose (She/Her) - Denver
54:23
disappointing that not all organizations participated in survey. 50%, give or take is better than most surveys but it is a great place to start.
Sue (she/her/hers)
01:12:23
You’re kind of breaking up
Sabrina Sierra she/her
01:12:34
Reminder & update for people just joining: this session is being recorded
Arkin (she/her)
01:13:18
Thank you for sharing that, J
Saman (she/her)
01:13:41
Shoutout to Seyi Amosu for formatting this beautiful zine and all its graphics!!!
Senorita 2 (she/they)
01:13:51
I didn't register for this, how can I receive the link for the zine?
sav
01:14:04
Its on the GRCA website too !
Senorita 2 (she/they)
01:14:11
ok thank you
Senorita 2 (she/they)
01:14:20
yourock
Sam Grabowska, PhD (they/them)
01:14:26
This zine is amazing. Thank you all for taking the time to make it and share it. Shared it with our entire volunteer base (and following up, engaging with its content).
karissa (she/her) Girls Rock Denver
01:14:36
file:///Users/karissaciarlelli/Downloads/Racial%20Equity%20in%20the%20GRCA%20Zine.pdf
sav
01:14:39
https://www.girlsrockcampalliance.org/blog/racial-equity
Anita Mars
01:14:56
Thank you, Nav!
Anita Mars
01:15:07
*Sav — dang autocorrect.
sav
01:15:13
<3 !
Alysha Haugen (she/her)
01:15:25
Thank you!!
Adonia - Denver
01:15:29
It would be really interesting to get our campers’ perspectives on these same questions.
Rose (She/Her) - Denver
01:16:02
This would be a great workshop for next week's camp!
Senorita 2 (she/they)
01:20:17
having trouble finding the zine on grca website
Tanya (shey/they) PHX/Akimel O'Odham land
01:20:34
For Zine try this link: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1Z1Ap0uMhX7uN2DjBaak9UwkmNynUxhTy/view?usp=sharing
Frankie McSweeney
01:20:36
I’m not able to stay and watch the rest of this, will we be emailed the recording of this? or will it be posted somewhere?
Sabrina Sierra she/her
01:20:43
https://static1.squarespace.com/static/5a73cec790bade60b93aeb1a/t/5cda0672b208fc615d0773e3/1557792377393/POC+Caucus+Zine.pdf
Sabrina Sierra she/her
01:20:48
That is the zine
Senorita 2 (she/they)
01:21:06
that you! got it
Sabrina Sierra she/her
01:21:33
Frankie, we will send an e-mail follow up with the recording info
Sunna
01:22:00
https://static1.squarespace.com/static/5a73cec790bade60b93aeb1a/t/5cda0672b208fc615d0773e3/1557792377393/POC+Caucus+Zine.pdf
Frankie McSweeney
01:22:17
thank you so much Sabrina! and thank you all for holding this and making these resources so easily available for us. excited to watch the rest of this later <3
Sarah Ventre
01:27:00
Re: screening…do you have recommendations for what to do if you find that someone says problematic things when answering these questions? Do you reject them as an (unpaid) volunteer? Do you accept them with stipulations?
sav
01:27:41
Sarah if you are coming to the session tomorrow on What Next? We’ll be talking more about strategies and actions!
Lacey, GRR, she/her
01:28:27
That's fantastic. That really resonated with me and I see opportunities for us to do much better than what we are, but definitely would love to have some guidance.
Senorita 2 (she/they)
01:28:32
oh sweet, I didn't know there was more than one session
Tanya (shey/they) PHX/Akimel O'Odham land
01:29:41
Great question @Sarah Ventre! We’ll have some time for questions today as well and if we can’t address, follow-up sessions will be tomorrow as Sav said! Those will not be recorded, FYI
Saman (she/her)
01:30:04
Sarah, it will be person to person but we usually reject them! Can talk about this more later
Senorita 2 (she/they)
01:30:22
"ouch" as a black person with locs, using the word dreads to describe that hairstyle is v v problematic to me
Tanya (shey/they) PHX/Akimel O'Odham land
01:32:06
Thank you Senorita 2 for voicing that
sav
01:33:23
yep!
Mo (she/they) BHAM/Lummi, Nooksack, Coast Salish
01:33:23
yes!
Rachael she/her
01:33:27
Yes
Steph Miami (she/her)
01:33:27
yes
Amy Cadence (she/her)
01:33:35
Yes Señorita thank you! I’ll definitely keep that in mind in the future
Ewa Gigon
01:33:37
it's a bit distorted
Ruby Baron
01:33:56
ur breaking up a little bit!
Crystal Harrison (she/her)
01:34:10
Very hard to hear
Katie Gray
01:34:35
agreed the audio is breaking up a bunch
Marti, Indy, she/her
01:34:46
a little
Sarah (she, her)
01:34:51
yes
Sunna
01:35:03
a bit but I can still hear almost everything you are saying
Alta (they/she)
01:35:04
we can still hear you! there’s just static
Saman (she/her)
01:35:06
I hear you now Jei
Sarah (she, her)
01:35:10
better
Jess (they)
01:35:11
Way clearer now!
Jess (they)
01:35:12
Thanks
annaliese (she/her) - RnRRNYC!
01:35:26
are we talking about anti-racism as a whole or specifically about anti-blackness at camps?
Tanya (shey/they) PHX/Akimel O'Odham land
01:36:22
@annaliese I think specifically with a camp lens, but acknowledging that camp is a kind of microcosm of the broader world
Saman (she/her)
01:36:44
I think we’re talking a bit about both - feel free to jump in if you’ve got comments, esp at the end
Saman (she/her)
01:36:54
^^@annaliese
Sabrina Sierra she/her
01:39:45
The Follow-up tomorrow for non-black POC will definitely get more into nuance and addressing anti-black racism
Darlene Reina (she/hers)
01:44:18
What Sabrina said!
Sarah Ventre
01:44:54
If anyone is able/willing to take notes during tomorrow’s follow up for those of us who can’t make it, that would be very much appreciated!
Tanya (shey/they) PHX/Akimel O'Odham land
01:45:19
Per Saman please look up “non-profit industrial complex”
Tanya (shey/they) PHX/Akimel O'Odham land
01:45:59
@Sarah Ventre - thanks for this reminder - we’ll remind follow-up session facilitators
Sarah Ventre
01:46:18
@Tanya - Thank you! <3
Sabrina Sierra she/her
01:46:23
@ all, if you are not on the GRCA community network yet, it is a place where we are sharing and uploading a lot of resources, would be a good place to keep follow-up notes: https://community.girlsrockcampalliance.org/
Saman (she/her)
01:47:40
People know! The POC already know about the racism y’all
sav
01:48:24
The Revolution All Not Be Funded is a great resource to start thinking about the nonprofit industrial complex from INCITE!, which is a collective of fem BIPOC organizers
Saman (she/her)
01:50:48
(will* not be funded!)
sav
01:51:03
Thanks saman!!
Gaby, she/her (Chicago)
01:51:08
Anyone from Chicago who I didn’t already message, lmk if you want to chat with our group after this meeting! Sorry if I missed you!
Anita Mars
01:51:58
Where do mixed folks fit in all this?
Jaime Noah (she/her) - Denver/Drums Instruction
01:52:07
Have we done any research/surveys about racism for the campers and their feelings about it?
Jess (they)
01:52:45
Free PDF for ‘the revolution will not be funded’:
Jess (they)
01:52:47
https://collectiveliberation.org/wp-content/uploads/2013/01/Smith_Intro_Revolution_Will_Not_Be_Funded.pdf
Jaime Noah (she/her) - Denver/Drums Instruction
01:53:05
Thank you!
Sabrina Sierra she/her
01:53:19
@Anita, would love to talk about this more, not sure if you will be able to addend either follow up tomorrow or how you identify in other ways?
Mo (she/they) BHAM/Lummi, Nooksack, Coast Salish
01:53:28
Yes, please! You rock!
Sabrina Sierra she/her
01:53:29
@attend
Anita Mars
01:54:06
@Sabrina - because I’m mixed, I feel like I have to attend everything, which feels confusing.
Adonia - Denver
01:54:35
@Anita - agreed! Me too! Thank you for acknowledging that.
Marti, Indy, she/her
01:54:44
Please share that survey with Indy Jei Jei
Senorita 2 (she/they)
01:54:45
i worked with Chattanooga Girls Rock last summer (ATL is my home camp) and i did a nonformal Campers of color minicaucus throughout the week and that was very helpful to gain insight on their experience. for context, i'm a queer black cisfemale
Senorita 2 (she/they)
01:55:14
most of the conversations happened one on one and i kept notes
Sarah (she, her)
01:55:39
Please put any docs, etc on the Mighty Network so we can all access it
Saman (she/her)
01:55:44
Thanks for sharing that!
Anita Mars
01:55:48
As mixed, it feels like more is put on us — which happens a lot, in my experience.
Jaime Noah (she/her) - Denver/Drums Instruction
01:56:45
I’m asking from the perspective as a drum instructor - not a leadership position - and I am curious if we can do better with instruction for our campers, if they feel that what they are learning about music is missing the mark. I can chat with our Denver leadership group to keep the conversation going, tho. :)
annaliese (she/her) - RnRRNYC!
01:57:37
DECOLONIZE THE PLAYLIST
annaliese (she/her) - RnRRNYC!
01:57:44
No one wants to hear joan jett 5 times a week!
Jaime Noah (she/her) - Denver/Drums Instruction
01:57:52
Yeah - I’m definitely missing the mark on that. :( time to shift the content!
sav
01:57:54
lolol
Sam W (she/her)
01:57:56
^^
Sabrina Sierra she/her
01:58:12
Re: mixed identity—it is complex. I did a group for multiracial folks last year at conference, would love to do another one and can organize one if there are other folks who are interested. As for follow-up sessions tomorrow, attend what resonates with you and what you feel will be helpful. You can e-mail me if you are interested in a space for multiracial/mixed folks to be in conversation about race and racism - sabrina@girlsrockcampalliance.org
Mel (Girls Rock Philly)
01:58:14
With instruction and “non-white rhythms” — I would just caution against cultural appropriation!!!
Sarah (she, her)
01:58:15
Great org called “Decolonizing the Music Room” that addresses a lot of music education topics. They are on Facebook.
Mo (she/they) BHAM/Lummi, Nooksack, Coast Salish
01:58:15
Also if you ARE teaching about punk, make sure you include Black punk artists! Punk rock has always been a very Black art form and that history gets erased!
Stef Rubino (they/them)
01:58:38
^^^ !!!!!!
Darlene Reina (she/hers)
01:58:54
YES!!!!!!
Lacey, GRR, she/her
01:59:01
YES!!
Tanya (shey/they) PHX/Akimel O'Odham land
01:59:30
A great vid about the Very Black History of Punk: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WgIWDZ1xxdM
Adonia - Denver
01:59:30
Not just black Punk history, but Chicano Punk History!
Mo (she/they) BHAM/Lummi, Nooksack, Coast Salish
01:59:39
^^^ YES!!
Sarah (she, her)
02:00:00
https://decolonizingthemusicroom.com
Tanya (shey/they) PHX/Akimel O'Odham land
02:00:01
Another vid about the Latinx History of Punk: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PSyo1zd9jcw&t=2s
Anita Mars
02:00:03
Thank you, @Sabrina. The extra work is coming at a time when I don’t have spoons for it. Intersectionality and the emotional labor in my job right now… it’s all very real.
Lacey, GRR, she/her
02:00:25
Thank you guys for the resources!
Saman (she/her)
02:01:33
And please don’t book culturally appropriative camps for lunchtime bands! It somehow keeps happening!
Darlene Reina (she/hers)
02:01:37
Honesty and transparency go a long way
Saman (she/her)
02:01:45
bands* not camps whoops
Adonia - Denver
02:01:47
Acknowledge that you, as a white person or non BIPOC, are also learning something new. Learning WITH kids is so important!
Jaime Noah (she/her) - Denver/Drums Instruction
02:01:53
We were teaching some Indian rhythms by watching a video from an Indian woman… I feel like this conversation should continue so the curriculum is reflected appropriately?
Saman (she/her)
02:01:59
^^Adonia!!
Jaime Noah (she/her) - Denver/Drums Instruction
02:02:05
Absolutely! This is great info. Thank you
Aleeya Wilson (she/they) {Girls Rock Denver}
02:02:18
Can I ask a question about how to combat white guilt in leadership?
Mitchell (he/his)
02:02:35
Tanya is 100% right, blues- such a foundational piece of American history and music education! cant have one without the other
Saman (she/her)
02:02:49
absolutely aleeya!
Adonia - Denver
02:03:03
^^ Aleeya, yes!!!
Tara V, (she/her)
02:03:07
Chatt Girls Rock here and so thankful for Señorita!
Darlene Reina (she/hers)
02:03:23
I’ll hop on that one Aleeya.
Anita Mars
02:04:21
Yesss!!!
Saman (she/her)
02:04:54
Thanks Señorita Awesome!
Alfie (she/her)
02:04:54
Thank you for that!
Vanessa (she/her)
02:04:59
<3 <3 <3
Anita Mars
02:06:09
It’s really hard when that leader has power over your participation.
Lacey, GRR, she/her
02:07:20
Thank you Darlene. We've had a situation like that at camp between volunteers a couple of years ago.
Sam Grabowska, PhD (they/them)
02:07:29
I like that. Asking people to take a minute is amazing.
GGRC Coordinators
02:07:46
@ Darleen how would this apply as a white camper experiencing these feelings?
Alfie (she/her)
02:08:33
Sometimes there is fear of asking someone to take a minute for further hurt feelings or retaliation
Saman (she/her)
02:08:34
That’s such a common reaction Aleeya I really relate
Alfie (she/her)
02:08:41
essentially, what Aleeya is speaking to
Adonia - Denver
02:09:39
**snaps**
Saman (she/her)
02:10:43
And if you’re white and hearing this, make sure you don’t do it! And if you see other white folks doing it, intervene
Sabrina Sierra she/her
02:12:09
Teaching Anti-Racism to Youth Resources: https://community.girlsrockcampalliance.org/topics/2556757
Anita Mars
02:13:02
It can be difficult for people to identify who is a POC. Some people don’t think Asians, Latinx, and mixed are POC.
Kristi Balzer
02:13:07
Thank you Saman, Darlene, and Jei for your labor today and for holding space for this conversation. So grateful for the support of our movement!
Sabrina Sierra she/her
02:13:23
I would like to address Anita’s question
Flavia - (she/her) -Brazil
02:14:46
yes and that include different cultures too
GGRC Coordinators
02:15:11
Thank you so much
Saman (she/her)
02:15:19
Sabrina the floor is yours!
Adonia - Denver
02:15:27
Thank you for that, Darlene!
Saman (she/her)
02:17:42
I think we have time for one more question after Sabrina’s if folks have last questions
Lyndi (she/her)
02:18:40
are there specific resources for identifying and addressing microaggressions in an online/zoom setting?
heather she/her/hers
02:19:17
Thank you, Sabrina! That's a really helpful break down for us to share with folks in Miami, specifically
Alfie (she/her)
02:19:43
I'm so sorry to jump off, I have to grab a flight. Thankyou so much for holding this space for all of us and instigating these incredibly important conversations.
Saman (she/her)
02:19:54
Thanks for coming Alfie!
jen (she/they)
02:20:31
thank you for that, sabrina!
Mel (Girls Rock Philly)
02:20:36
Thank you Sabrina! <3
Mel (Girls Rock Philly)
02:20:43
thanks all for this labor
Flavia - (she/her) -Brazil
02:20:47
Thanks Sabrina ♥️
Sabrina Sierra she/her
02:21:28
You can e-mail me at Sabrina@girlsrockcampallianace.org if you are interested in a multiracial/mixed/mestizx group outside of the follow-ups happening tomorrow
Arkin (she/her)
02:22:12
Thank you to Saman, Darlene, Jei Jei, T for this thoughtful discussion (did I miss anyone?). I appreciate this.
Lyndi (she/her)
02:22:14
thank you!
Rachael she/her
02:22:19
Thank you for facilitating this conversation.
Cathy, Indy, she
02:22:21
Thank you so much!
Stef Rubino (they/them)
02:22:21
Thank you all for putting this together!!!!
Marti, Indy, she/her
02:22:22
Just to say thank you for your time and labor
newt pal asheville, nc
02:22:22
Thank you so much for everything!
Linda (she/her) Vermont
02:22:23
Thank you!
sav
02:22:24
THIS WAS AMAZING thanks y’all
Mo (she/they) BHAM/Lummi, Nooksack, Coast Salish
02:22:24
YOU ROCK!! THANK YOU SO MUCH!!
Kate Lahey
02:22:25
Thank you!
Tara V, (she/her)
02:22:26
Thank you from Chattanooga!
GGRC Coordinators
02:22:26
Thank you for holding space for this conversation!!
Kristen Perry
02:22:26
Thank you all so much for this incredibly valuable time
Morgan Bimm
02:22:27
Thank you all!
Steph Miami (she/her)
02:22:27
Thank you!!!!!!!!!
Kate W (she/her)
02:22:27
Thank you!
Charlotte (she/her/hers)
02:22:28
Thank you!!
Flavia - (she/her) -Brazil
02:22:29
Thank you all!!!
Noel Schroeder (they/them)
02:22:29
thanks pals!
rossella
02:22:29
Thank you :)
anne strickland (she/her/hers)
02:22:29
Wow! Thank you so much!
CHAVA
02:22:29
Thank you!!!!!! This was so rad
Lowell
02:22:30
Thank you!
Natalie (she/her)
02:22:31
Thank you so much! <3
Alexia Chororos she/her
02:22:33
thank you!
Kate
02:22:35
Thank you!
Lacey, GRR, she/her
02:22:36
Thank you guys so much!!! It's been incredibly helpful.
Mitchell (he/his)
02:22:36
thanks so much!!
Alta (they/she)
02:22:36
Thanks, y’all! <3 <3
Harmony Sheehan
02:22:37
Thank you all!
Sue (she/her/hers)
02:22:39
This was very helpful. Thank you so much! You all rock!
Makenna (She/Her(s))
02:22:40
Thank You!
Sarah (she, her)
02:22:41
Thank you for all of your hard work!
karissa (she/her) Girls Rock Denver
02:22:42
thank you Jei, Saman, and Darlene!
kit curl (he/him)
02:22:43
thank you so very much! very grateful for this opportunity.
Sam W (she/her)
02:22:45
Thank you so much— see y’all tomorrow. You rock!
Silvana - LGRC (she/her)
02:22:46
thank you!
Mo (she/they) BHAM/Lummi, Nooksack, Coast Salish
02:22:47
When will you send out the recording??
jesse (she/her)
02:22:47
Thanks for hosting this and holding this space!
Darlene Reina (she/hers)
02:22:47
darlene@darlenereina.com
Kristen Perry
02:22:49
See you tomorrow!
Rachael she/her
02:22:50
Will tomorrow's conversation be recorded as well?
Miles Crabtree (he/him) Philly
02:22:51
thank you!!
Jen McFarlin
02:22:53
Thank you!!
Genevieve (GiGi) M. (She/Her) Indianapolis, IN
02:22:55
Thank you for this.
Molly Fischer
02:22:56
Appreciate all the facilitators! Thank you!
Morgan (she/her) / Bryan (he/him), Indy
02:22:56
thank you!
Sarah Ventre
02:22:59
Is there a way to aggregate the resources listed in the chat so we don’t lose them?
Sarah Ristaino
02:22:59
Thanks so much ! <3 yall rock
newt pal asheville, nc
02:23:05
will the sessions tomorrow be recorded?
jesse (she/her)
02:23:07
will tomorrow's be recorded as well?
Sunna
02:23:09
Very grateful, thank you! See you tomorrow.
sav
02:23:10
Not tomorrow!
Vanessa (she/her)
02:23:14
Thanks, y'all
sav
02:23:16
We’ll take notes though
Rachael she/her
02:23:24
Thanks, Sav!
Bella Cole-Preciado
02:23:39
thanks for doing the work and having this zoom !!!!
Silvana - LGRC (she/her)
02:23:41
taking notes would be great. thanks so much!
saiyamiller
02:23:43
Thank you all, looking forward to next step discussion tomorrow as well!
Rachael she/her
02:23:50
Awesome, thank you!
Mo (she/they) BHAM/Lummi, Nooksack, Coast Salish
02:24:03
YOU ROCK!
Sam (she/her)
02:24:05
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Shannon Webber (Girls Rock Denver, she/hers)
02:24:06
Thank you
Gaby, she/her (Chicago)
02:24:06
Thank you all so much!!!
Sam (she/her)
02:24:09
y’all rock- thank you!!
Rachael she/her
02:24:10
Thank you! You rock!
Kaci (she/her)
02:24:10
Thank you all!!
Kelly (they/them)
02:24:12
thank you everyone for your time!!!