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COVID-19 Presentations I - Shared screen with speaker view
Mary Galstian
48:11
Very excited everyone!!!
Neville Hoad
01:21:21
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Lucie White
01:22:17
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Julia Koehler
01:23:53
Very important work. We know these things in the abstract, but the specifics you brought to bear are so critical. How are you disseminating these findings? How are you bringing them back to the poultry workers you examined?
Sabrina Barton
01:25:35
What are obstacles to getting access to research and data from poultry and other industries? Ideas for increased transparency?
Karen Engle
01:25:52
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Snehal Patel
01:25:55
Thank you for a wonderful presentation! Have y'all done any estimations of public costs incurred from maintaining poultry production and creating this COVID hotspot (public health care costs, estimates to family incurred costs, etc vs private corporate profits over the past few months)
Dan Danielsen
02:23:07
We may run short on time and do not want to lose this opportunity for your questions and comments. We are recording the chat. If you have questions or comments please post them here. Also, if you have thoughts after the program, please send comments or questions on the first two presentations to Prof. Dan Danielsen at d.danielsen@northeastern.edu and on the final presentation to Prof. Lucie White at lwhite@law.harvard.edu. Thank you!!!
Julia Koehler
02:30:57
Outstanding presentation! - Your points about food access are so important. Massachusetts grass-roots immigrant advocacy organizations have been spending all their days and weekends distributing food boxes, precluding their ability to advocate for justice measures needed to protect immigrants. It is a way to dramatically weaken immigrant organizations during this crisis. Do you see ways to counter this system of food supplementation as people have lost jobs?
Julia Koehler
02:35:27
To clarify - Chelsea Cllabrative was swamped with needs for advocacy and political action before COVID - now all that is taking a back seat to food distribution which people need to survive
Julia Koehler
02:40:08
thank you so much Leanna and Robin and your team, for brilliant irk!
Julia Koehler
02:40:52
sorry, brilliant work!
Karen Engle
02:41:05
Amazing job, teams!
Leanna Katz
02:42:17
Thank you Julia, huge credit to you for your support and amazing advocacy!
John Fossum
02:42:20
Thanks everyone for your attention and questions
Karen Engle
02:42:36
Please send comments and questions.
Mary Galstian
02:42:55
Thank you colleagues and professors!
Marcus Mitchell
02:43:12
Great job everyone, thank you all for sharing everything you've learned with us!
Sarah Eliason
02:43:41
Wednesday registration: https://utexas.zoom.us/meeting/register/tJMldeutrDIiHtwfDdulZsT1ap5NNUWyw2Ur