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Catholic Mobilizing Network virtual gathering of Washington State Allies - Shared screen with speaker view
[tech] jeff, CMN
21:03
Welcome! Thank you for joining us today. We’re so glad you’re here.Please feel free to introduce yourself in the chat!✔️Name✔️Where in Washington State✔️Your ministry, school, or organization
Linda Jo Devlaeminck
21:34
I'm Linda Jo
Ellen Maccarone
21:59
Ellen Maccarone, philosophy professor at Gonzaga University
Kevin
22:03
Hi all! My name is Kevin Schilling, I live in Burien, WA. I am a pastor's assistant at St. Francis of Assisi and also serve on the Burien City Council.
Terry Barber
22:21
Deacon Terry Barber in Olympia.
Annie
22:21
Annie Welch from Bellingham
maureen
22:38
Maureen Augusciak, St Luke parish, IPJC Board
Mike and Barb Luxenberg
22:42
Hi, I'm Barb Luxenberg from Mary, Queen of Peace in Sammamish
[tech] jeff, CMN
22:44
Welcome! Thank you for joining us today. We’re so glad you’re here.Please feel free to introduce yourself in the chat!✔️Name✔️Where in Washington State✔️Your ministry, school, or organization
Morningstar Stevenson
22:58
Morningstar Stevenson, All Saints Parish in Puyallup, PA for Outreach
Shannon
23:03
Shannon O'Donnell from the King County Jail in Seattle.
Sister Eileen Reilly
23:11
Hi, from Sister Eileen Reilly, SSND,, the newest CMN staff member
Kelsey
23:21
Kelsey Harrington, Bellingham, Agape Service Project
Crystal Cardona
23:22
Crystal Cardona, Coordinator of Service and Justice and Saint Martin’s University
Crystal Cardona
23:33
in Lacey, Washington
Judith
23:37
Hello from Judy George SP
Linda Jo Devlaeminck
23:55
I'm Linda Jo from St. Joe's in Vancouver
robin miranda
24:11
robin miranda from st luke parish in shoreline, washington
Kevin and Pam Myles, St. Joseph, Vancouver
24:11
This is Pam and Kevin Myles, from St. Joseph Parish, Vancouver. We are glad to join you.
*bfincher
24:15
Brenda Fincher at Holy Spirit Parish in Kent, WA.
Andrea Mendoza
24:17
Andrea Mendoza, Covington, St. John the Baptist Outreach
Jane Villanueva
24:30
Mario Villanueva with the State Catholic Conference
Catherine Grunenfelder
24:35
Hi all. I’m Catherine from St. Michaels, Olympia
Helen Sullivan
24:39
Helen Sullivan from St Joseph
Steve
25:07
Hi everybody, Steve in Seattle here affiliated with St. Joseph's and JRS
PatErickson
25:10
Pat Erickson, from California.Member of IPJC and Catholic Mobilizing Network. Worked as nurse practitioner at San Quentin x 2 years.
*Judy Byron
25:12
Great to see our IPJC community!
susanpreciso
25:37
Hi There—I’m from St. Leo in Tacoma, a member of the social justice commission.
[tech] jeff, CMN
26:32
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26:53
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[tech] jeff, CMN
31:41
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Jane Villanueva
01:08:22
lost sound?
[tech] jeff, CMN
01:10:48
Something I want to hear more about.....
[tech] jeff, CMN
01:11:14
Something I want to hear more about.....
kay
01:11:37
how do we teach restorative justice to students?
Mike and Barb Luxenberg
01:11:41
what I can personally do
Kelsey
01:11:42
best practices for restorative justice in everyday life - in families, schools, community organizations, etc.
Kevin
01:11:42
Methods to bring restorative justice to local communities. Would love to bring a workshop and training to local officials (city councils, police chiefs, city managers, human services workers) on specific steps to take to bring restorative justice to cities and localities.
Sarah Craft
01:11:42
What states will be trying to end the death penalty in 2021? :)
Catherine Grunenfelder
01:11:42
structures needed to utilize restorative justice in our court system
Morningstar Stevenson
01:11:42
local opportunities for engagement
Andrea Mendoza
01:11:42
Fully ending the death penalty in WA State so that it has absolutely no chance of being reinstated in the future
Annie
01:11:42
How I can talk to folks who are for the DP?
Terry Barber
01:11:43
Restorative justice resources
Renee
01:11:43
How I can advocate on behalf of people on death row.
Helen Sullivan
01:11:43
Opportunities to speak out locally and statewide
Celeste Maris (hosted by Kim K)
01:11:43
I want to hear the priests focus on this as a LIFE issue.
Ellen Maccarone
01:11:44
what WA can do to help the national movement
* Patrick Barredo
01:11:46
What tools are available for us?
maureen
01:11:51
How to initiate restorative justice practices
Jennifer Kelly
01:11:52
How can we support CMN in lobbying the new administration to abolish the federal death penalty?
kerchl@seattleu.edu
01:11:59
As I take all this in, I would like to hear about ways to talk to others, especially others who do not agree with restorative justice
Crystal Cardona
01:12:00
for ways that college students can advocacy
Steve Cox
01:12:01
I'd love to hear more specifics about advocacy of resources for restorative practices to heal offenders and help them reintegrate
robin miranda
01:12:12
are there restorative justce events happening now?
Kevin and Pam Myles, St. Joseph, Vancouver
01:12:13
Specific action we can do.
susanpreciso
01:12:43
I want to see more about restorative justice. Just watched an incredibly powerful documentary—‘since I been down” It’s about the dignity of prisoners and the ways that some have shaped community and education within their prisons.
Celeste Maris (hosted by Kim K)
01:12:55
are we working with WA State Courts to further implement restorative justice?
susanpreciso
01:13:02
How do we share these opportunities
Steve Cox
01:13:03
How are victim's families addressed and brought onboard?
Judith
01:13:34
How to be with and share with people that are convinced that death penalty is justified
Sarah Craft
01:13:37
Staying energized amidst a world that keeps me exhausted.
Helen Sullivan
01:13:38
Feeling isolated
Kevin
01:13:39
A continuation of individuals causing harm in society. Addressing root causes that lead to harm.
Ellen Maccarone
01:13:39
a challenge is how to message this important movement to others who are afraid of change
Andrea Mendoza
01:13:39
The damage that has been inflicted by the current administration by restarting federal executions
Annie
01:13:41
Being open to repairing the wrongs we have done
*Judy Byron
01:13:42
victims' families
Renee
01:13:45
how to help others see why the death penalty is unjust
Celeste Maris (hosted by Kim K)
01:13:46
we are challenged by state lawmakers who are revenge-oriented and encouraging it within their constituents.
kay
01:13:46
how do we as a Church broaden our definition of pro-life
Catherine Grunenfelder
01:13:46
overwhelmed by the far reaching nature of systemic racism
susanpreciso
01:13:46
How to reach across political divide to find ways that we share a value and can make change.
Kevin and Pam Myles, St. Joseph, Vancouver
01:13:47
Being in touch with my own racism.
robin miranda
01:13:47
no opportunity to interact with black community
Mike and Barb Luxenberg
01:13:48
if I don't work to end systemic racism, then I become complicit. But how can I do thiswork?
kerchl@seattleu.edu
01:13:51
The divisiveness between urban and rural, issues of "law and order"
Terry Barber
01:13:52
the problem of prison isolation as a discipline
* Patrick Barredo
01:13:59
Covid-19 and harm to low-income families
PatErickson
01:14:03
A challenge for me is realizing the silence of the church re: pro-life/death penalty
maureen
01:14:04
How to personally further and implement restorative justice
Celeste Maris (hosted by Kim K)
01:14:13
how are the families of the defendants included in the issue?
Jennifer Kelly
01:14:55
Maintaining stamina and persistence when backwards movement happens like the federal DP
Judith
01:15:34
challenged by the media who present the death penalty as necessary and justified
Ellen Maccarone
01:16:12
what resources are there from CMN for teachers?
Celeste Maris (hosted by Kim K)
01:16:15
has CMN been collaborating with the Washington State Coalition to Abolish the Death Penalty? I see little or no Catholic presence at their annual advocacy day.
susanpreciso
01:16:43
Can you share links to the recorded session and to CMN sources and ways to work with national and state government.
[tech] jeff, CMN
01:17:12
https://catholicsmobilizing.org/
maureen
01:17:25
CMN REOURCES TO INITIATE RESTORTATIVE jUSTICE PRACTICES IN VARIOUS JUSISDICTIONS
Ellen Maccarone
01:17:33
thank you!
Willa Gaines
01:17:49
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robin miranda
01:19:32
h are healing and? book 75 pages
[tech] jeff, CMN
01:19:45
Harm Healing and Human Dignity
[tech] jeff, CMN
01:20:12
https://catholicsmobilizing.org/harm-healing-and-human-dignity-catholic-encounter-restorative-justice
Jennifer Kelly
01:20:26
The collaborative works of Jesuits West Province has put together a wonderful toolkit on Community Organizing for Racial Equity (CORE) with helpful resources https://www.jesuitswestcore.org
Steve Cox
01:21:02
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[tech] jeff, CMN
01:22:27
Orlando Hall Prayer Vigil
[tech] jeff, CMN
01:22:29
https://catholicsmobilizing.org/virtual-vigils
[tech] jeff, CMN
01:22:43
Nov 19th
[tech] jeff, CMN
01:23:05
Thank you for joining us today
Ellen Maccarone
01:23:42
thank you! I appreciate the opportunity to be with you today!
Terry Barber
01:23:55
Thank you for the opportunity to participate in this gathering.
Catherine Grunenfelder
01:24:01
thank you
Jennifer Kelly
01:24:15
Thank you! This was wonderful!
Sister Eileen Reilly
01:24:56
"Harm, Healing, and Human Dignity" - book on Restorative Justice
Catherine Grunenfelder
01:24:58
Amen
Kelsey
01:25:01
Thank you!!
*Krisanne - Catholic Mobilizing Network
01:25:17
thank you all!
maureen
01:25:17
Thank you! So well done!
Kevin
01:25:22
Thank you all!