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Measure J Subcommittee: Diversion, Behavioral Health, Health - Shared screen with speaker view
Johnny Torres
56:49
Johnny Torres Soledad Enrichment Action
Victoria Bibby-AVPH (She/Her)
57:09
Victoria Bibby-AVPH
Nancy Volpert she/her
58:06
Nancy Volpert, Jewish Family Service LA
@LABamby (She, Ella)
01:00:44
I would like to see healing the multigenerational trauma that has been built in our communities!
@LABamby (She, Ella)
01:01:46
By investing in the lives of the most marginalized including Black, Indigenous, Latinx, Trans and other people of color
Joseph Maizlish
01:01:47
Brilliant, Bamby. We can intervene in the cycles of harm and make it turn the other way, into a cycle of healing!
Marie Mazzone she/her Bend the Arc
01:05:51
patience
Sophia Li she/her
01:06:23
YES Eunisses!!
Boyce Osife
01:06:45
to remember why we are here
Tanya Mercado, School Mental Health-LAUSD
01:06:45
Assume positive intentions
@LABamby (She, Ella)
01:06:54
One agreement, keep on task
Nancy Volpert she/her
01:07:12
Ditto to Tanya - hard to read tone sometimes on screen and in chat
Hector M. Ramirez (he/they)
01:07:15
Compassion for your self in this space.
Dean Church (he/him) HackForLA.org
01:07:23
Agree
Claudia Murillo
01:07:25
In agreement
Mike Russo (he/him), Advancement Project
01:07:25
I agree
Daniel Wherley (he/him)
01:07:26
I agree
John Helyar
01:07:27
I agree
Ashley Locke (she/her)
01:07:28
I agree
Paul Gonzalers (he,him)
01:07:28
agree’
Vaughn Villaverde (he/him)
01:07:28
I agree
dave stein
01:07:28
i agree
Ivette Ale
01:07:30
I agree
Arturo Magana (he/him/his)
01:07:30
I agree
Michael Haymer
01:07:31
agree
Ellen Giesy she/her
01:07:31
I agree
Erica Lawson
01:07:31
I agree
Joseph López (He/Him/His)
01:07:31
Agreed
Janise Escobar 1, she, Tongva land
01:07:33
agree
David Argueta
01:07:34
I agreee
Tracey Whitney
01:07:34
Agree
joanna berton martinez (she/her)
01:07:34
i agree
Erica Shehane she/her
01:07:35
agree!
Kristen Harrison
01:07:35
agreed
Yvette Townsend
01:07:35
I agree
Mariana Mendoza (she/her)
01:07:35
agree
Katherine Owojori
01:07:36
Agree
Johnny Torres
01:07:36
I agree
rashida, they/she, Gender Justice LA
01:07:36
i agree
MARIA ALEXANDER
01:07:39
Agreed
Victoria Bibby-AVPH (She/Her)
01:07:39
I agree
Mark-Anthony he/him
01:07:40
Agreed
Maagic Collins
01:07:43
Agree
Ezak Perez, they/them, he/him, Gender Justice LA
01:07:44
agree
Nisa (iliniza) Baty (she her) Venice Family Clinic
01:07:45
clinic emergency, I will be back soon. I agree
Marie Mazzone she/her Bend the Arc
01:07:48
agree
@LABamby (She, Ella)
01:07:48
Minimal participation from County Officials
Suzie Oh
01:07:50
agree
Amanda Sarmiento
01:07:50
Agree
Nakeya Fields
01:07:51
agree
Shaune Gatlin
01:07:51
Agree
Abby Mack she/her
01:07:52
agree
Sheila Pinkel
01:07:55
agree
Shoshanna Scholar (she/ her)
01:07:58
agree
Shannon Knox
01:08:01
agree
Kristen Ochoa
01:08:29
I agree
Wende Julien (she/her)
01:08:32
agree
Kelly La Duke
01:09:50
agree
Kelly Emling (she, her)
01:14:09
agree
Thomas Bell
01:14:33
agree
Michael Haymer
01:15:04
Here!
Johnny Torres
01:15:12
I was here
Janise Escobar 1, she, Tongva land
01:16:51
I was here too
Gabi Vazquez (she/her)
01:17:37
1000% Chrysta!
@LABamby (She, Ella)
01:20:16
stack please
@LABamby (She, Ella)
01:22:57
Please share the presentation. Thank you
Chrysta Wilson [she/her] on unceded Kizh-Tongva-Gabrieleño Land (Los Angeles)
01:31:25
Shoshana yes—I just saw a message from Eunissess. Not sure about the other name
Shoshanna Scholar (she/ her)
01:32:18
we are good - kristen ochoa and i are both set. henry connected with us and we now know what to do. thank you
Gina Viola she/her WP4BL
01:34:43
What have we done to make sure the communities you are identifying here are being informed about these meetings?
Jane Dorotik, she, her, Hawthorne CA
01:36:18
Great presentation Mike, One thinks we know all about disparity, but your presentation is very revealing. Thanks
Dana Cherry (she/her)
01:37:09
Is some of access to healthcare due to immigration status?
Tanya Mercado, School Mental Health-LAUSD
01:41:29
Great presentation, is this data categorized by age groups?
Monique Castro (she/her)- Facilitator
01:41:51
www.racecounts.org
Jessica Ellis (She/Her), CYS
01:42:29
Thanks Mike!!
Paul Gonzalers (he,him) LAUSD
01:42:41
data by gender as well
Robyn Gomez (she/her) Pukuu CCS-TUTCINT Youth Empowerment
01:42:51
Thank you for the information.
@LABamby (She, Ella)
01:43:32
I have asked to be on stack. Can I please ask my question before the breakout session please and thank you
Sophia Li she/her
01:52:54
didn't get a chance to say this to my group before we got re-routed but really appreciated that breakout
Ivette Ale
01:53:17
Yes, really appreciate the breakout as well to get to know folks :)
@LABamby (She, Ella)
01:54:04
I think the presentation provided was information that we already know. We know about the disparities and the needs of our people. I would like to talk more about what are the recommendations that we need to provide and funding allocation. I don't think this process is being effective.
Lyda Truick
01:54:21
yeah none of what was on that slide resonated with my memory of what was discussed
Dana Cherry (she/her)
01:55:51
will we have time to discuss some of the information and ask questions to Mr. Russo? I think understanding the data assists in figuring out how we go about making changes based on the data.
Amanda Sarmiento
01:56:09
I am learning valuable skills like adobe illustrator InDesign and photoshop through the library
Mike Russo (he/him), Advancement Project
01:56:29
Thanks for that, Bamby -- I very much agree that the conversation needs to be about how to move funding where it needs to go. If data can help that process, great, but if not it shouldn't be holding things back
@LABamby (She, Ella)
01:58:33
stack please about the presentation. Thank you
Mike Russo (he/him), Advancement Project
01:58:40
(Sorry, I'm trying to go back through the chat log since I missed these when they came in)We don't have data broken down by gender identity, unfortunately -- that's an important need. We do have some data broken down by age, focusing on youth of color, that we're hoping to release in a couple of months, which we'll be glad to pass along
Sheila Pinkel she her
01:59:17
Missing is data about income distribution
Chrysta Wilson [she/her] on unceded Kizh-Tongva-Gabrieleño Land (Los Angeles)
01:59:34
Hi All: Everyone in this meeting doesn’t have the same understanding of data/information- the data is setting us up for the tail end of the meeting where the subcommittee will engage in a process to identify “WHO” should be a priority population to fund and “HOW” Measure J can support those folks.
Shadeequa Smith
02:00:10
Could you reiterate how the data was collected?
Mark Gale
02:00:32
Mike, thank you for all of the great detail. Can you give us and the Advisory Committee how we go from reams of data to real decision making about where funding should go and how it should be prioritized.
Dana Cherry (she/her)
02:01:13
is there a point where we can email someone to get answers to questions? This information would be extremely helpful to be able to utilize the data more effectively
Mike Russo (he/him), Advancement Project
02:01:52
Sheila -- yes, income and other economic data is very critical! I think there'll be some more data on that at the Economic Opportunity subcommittee next week (it's a lot to fit in!)
Tanya Mercado, School Mental Health-LAUSD
02:02:05
When asking "WHO" are we seeking certain zip codes? Age groups?
Amanda Sarmiento
02:02:05
The presentation focused on data on latinx and African American in high risk areas is there research or interviews from success stories in higher socio economic spectrum that were raised in high need inequity spaces?
Lorna - TECH
02:02:33
Karen Bernstein from Department of Health Services, Correctional Health Services
Mike Russo (he/him), Advancement Project
02:03:43
Shadeequa -- most of the data I presented is from the Census or the California Health Interview Survey, which are helpful tools but definitely have some gaps. We also got some data from different County departments, but more is needed (like data on treatment beds and capacity of providers!)
Shadeequa Smith
02:04:07
Thank you!
Iván (He/Him/Him/El)
02:04:51
maybe if the presenter does not feel like the presentation make sense at this moment can we have more discussion allocated to the first or third presentation?
Brian Kaneda (he/they)
02:04:54
Tanya, I think all of that matters. I would even share that in the macro, establishing through data that justice-impacted Black people ought to be prioritized, if that is what people are getting from these presentations. It might seem a “given” because of the wisdom gathered in this room, but i think it’s important to state that not *everyone* acknowledges that, and if that’s our truth, it should be named as we decide the “who” of prioritization.
Gabi Vazquez (she/her)
02:05:10
What Ivan said
Mark Gale
02:05:36
I know something Karen could discuss that would be relevant
@LABamby (She, Ella)
02:06:04
How is it that there is a presenter that the organizers do not even know what they are presented about
Shadeequa Smith
02:06:31
^^^^^^
shirley torres
02:06:49
What is she shares….what does she see, hear, feel….what do people need? What works? What would help?
Dana Cherry (she/her)
02:07:06
I think this is important as they help so much in the linkage to all these CBOs
Mark Gale
02:07:19
May I ask Karen a question
Iván (He/Him/Him/El)
02:07:33
maybe we can get the slides emailed out from the presentation? I’m happy to
Iván (He/Him/Him/El)
02:07:41
look those over at a later time
Chrysta Wilson [she/her] on unceded Kizh-Tongva-Gabrieleño Land (Los Angeles)
02:07:50
We can work to get the slides posted and/or emailed out
Mike Russo (he/him), Advancement Project
02:09:29
Mark - yeah, that's the key question! There are some models out there that use need data to direct funding -- LAUSD has a Student Equity Need Index that we worked with them on, that makes sure higher-need schools get additional funding per high-need student. It's a balancing act though since some flexibility is definitely needed where the data isn't fully capturing lived experience -- but if there's too much flexibility, it's easy to get back to funding being spread out evenly, without equity
Hector M. Ramirez (he/they)
02:09:32
Can I get on the STACK
@LABamby (She, Ella)
02:10:13
This is about innovation and creating services for our people that have not been traditionally met the needs of our peoples. We need to develop our own recommendations not being influenced by the current system. I feel this is an attempt for us to continue to conform with the system and how the system has manipulated services for our peoples. WE NEED TO DEVELOP OUR OWN RECOMMENDATIONS!! and get away from the marginalizing system! This is so frustrating! Augh!
Nancy Volpert she/her
02:10:18
@karen Bernstein, thanks for this info
@LABamby (She, Ella)
02:11:05
Stack please and thank you
Michael Haymer
02:11:16
Who does the START program in the jails? It would be interesting to see how this funding is allocated within the current system
Stephanie Buckley Urban LA Nami
02:11:43
what is the criteria for eligibility in terms of the incarcerated individual with mental illness and into care? what happens to the individual who recycles and have taken deals in order to get into a program thereby compiling a record with felonies.
Michael Haymer
02:12:01
Is the Sheriff’s Department funded for this work?
Stephanie Buckley Urban LA Nami
02:12:15
no
Natalie (she/her/ella)
02:12:20
I would like to second Brian's comment. The disparity is outstandingly vast regarding incarceration amongst the Black community. Our starting point needs to focus on prioritizing resources towards the Black community to decrease this disparity.
Carmen Taylor Jones
02:12:33
Those MH numbers seem really low. What programming is offered to the NoN Sheltered for MH Level P1-P4?
Shadeequa Smith
02:13:05
Perhaps what's being done in the jails is relevant to help us make appropriate alternatives recommendations, however, I do not believe that time should have been allotted for a presentation of this information. Providing it for review on our own time would have been more helpful. This time could be used to hear more from community.
Carmen Taylor Jones
02:14:02
So..what happens? If someone is a P4 and they are released from jail and there is NO bed available?
Elaine L [she,her]
02:14:05
Is that this subcommittee or reentry?
Shadeequa Smith
02:14:15
*alternative and supplemental programs
Stephanie Buckley Urban LA Nami
02:14:30
The MH numbers are only of those individuals who have been identified. let’s keep in mind that substance abuse is included in mental health.
Thomas Bell
02:14:44
Great presentation
Mark-Anthony he/him
02:14:45
Stack
Ivette Ale
02:15:05
Stack
Shadeequa Smith
02:15:06
Thank you Karen for your time and the information
Liz Sutton
02:15:07
stack
Claudia Murillo
02:15:28
@karen Bernstein I appreciate your transparency off the top about the relevance of the presentation.
Daniel Wherley (he/him)
02:15:53
Stack - can these services be moved into community-based care settings and still qualify for these funding streams?
Daniel Wherley (he/him)
02:16:49
Streams including Medi-Cal, Whole Person Care, etc.?
@LABamby (She, Ella)
02:19:00
That is why we need to possibly recommend what you requested @AmandaSarmiento
Boyce Osife
02:20:07
communication between agencies
Mike Russo (he/him), Advancement Project
02:20:49
Hi Amanda -- I don't think there's a lot of research about this, at least that I'm familiar with -- it's a great example of how data can be very deficit-focused. As Bamby says, recommending better studies and collecting better data might be something to prioritize
Claudia Murillo
02:20:57
I can completely relate to the need for co-occuring enhanced programs. Mental health and substance use disorder.
@LABamby (She, Ella)
02:23:04
Yes, @MarkGale, the issue is that Non Profit organizations who have done work for our peoples do not get funded. What we need is to provide funding to organizations who have direct connection with the communities that we serve so that our communities are directly supported.
Ivette Ale
02:23:05
Thanks Hector - assessment by BICOP professionals that are culturally humble and also peer navigation are two things that come to mind
@LABamby (She, Ella)
02:23:57
Yes, @Ivette, Peer Models are proven to work. We need to find community based models!!
@LABamby (She, Ella)
02:24:14
I meant FUND!
Elaine L [she,her]
02:25:19
This is one alternative approach to mental health care Kerry Morrison’s work: https://www.healthaffairs.org/doi/full/10.1377/hlthaff.2020.00047 https://www.accoglienza.us
Vera Calloway - she/her
02:27:27
We need a truly "real-time" and integrated data input/collection system. Many bits of critical information falls through the cracks as information changes and is no longer current. There's always something missing and those missing elements affect the timely provision of services upon release.
Tanya Mercado, School Mental Health-LAUSD
02:28:51
Data shows that Black and Brown communites were hisrocilly already highest need, i.e. South LA, this is even more evident in the midst of COVID, the inequity surrounding the educational and mental health needs of our children has been further exacerbated for our youth of color
Lorna - TECH
02:29:14
Michelle Gibson from County of Los Angeles Public Health
Deborah Rocha
02:29:34
Couldn’t agree with you more !LABamby! So many non-profits are providing services for those in the community, without funding!
Nick Maiorino
02:30:16
more options for housing. ODR does bridge housing which is great. some in bridge housing do well in this type of shared living environment yet the current home’s are time limited. it would be nice to create a new level permanent yet shared housing as an added housing option. .
Chrysta Wilson [she/her] on unceded Kizh-Tongva-Gabrieleño Land (Los Angeles)
02:30:39
Lets keep these gaps in mind @Deborah and @Bamby because that’s what you are here to help figure out how to address with the rest of the Subcommittee <3 :)
Stephanie Stone
02:31:37
Is screen frozen?
Lyda Truick
02:31:53
I think she forgot to advance her slides
Ivette Ale
02:32:07
I see them too
Sophia Li she/her
02:32:15
I'm seeing the slides but it's still on slide 0
Stephanie Stone
02:32:32
Same
Stephanie Stone
02:32:36
Ok Yes thanks
Claudia Murillo
02:32:56
Thanks Michelle
@LABamby (She, Ella)
02:39:02
The problem with all of this is that "the county" funds usually the typical subjects, in other words, they usually fund the same treatment centers who are awful towards TGI people!!
@LABamby (She, Ella)
02:39:34
And not even accessible to black people as the pie chart shows
Gabi Vazquez (she/her)
02:40:34
Elaine, thanks for sharing Kerry Morrison’s work model, this is a great example of new ways to look at community care
Sophia Li she/her
02:40:52
What counts as "stable housing"?
Verah Bradford
02:42:04
and re stable housing: "28% find": who tracked that- how was that recorded/determined?
@LABamby (She, Ella)
02:44:24
The hot line is horrible!
@LABamby (She, Ella)
02:44:41
stack please
Lyda Truick
02:44:53
thank you that was very informative
Mike Russo (he/him), Advancement Project
02:46:15
I need to hop off to the Education Access and Youth subcommittee, but it was great to share space with y'all!
Sophia Li she/her
02:46:23
thanks, mike!
Brian Kaneda (he/they)
02:49:32
thank you mike!
Brian Kaneda (he/they)
02:53:43
reminder for non-stigmatizing language: we can use the term sex work instead of prostitution.
Brian Kaneda (he/they)
02:54:00
thank you for using that term shoshanna!
@LABamby (She, Ella)
02:55:23
I am so, triggered just by seeing those images in the presentation!! My stomach hurts!!
@LABamby (She, Ella)
02:56:06
OMG, I wonder who are serving Trans Women...
Nancy Volpert she/her
02:56:38
Are you looking at history of domestic violence as part of this project?
Brian Kaneda (he/they)
02:58:20
thank u shoshanna. this is great info.
Shadeequa Smith
02:58:35
Thank you Shoshanna
Boyce Osife
02:59:04
ODR great diversion program
@LABamby (She, Ella)
02:59:18
stack please
Diego Rodrigues
02:59:29
Thank you Shoshanna.
Carmen Taylor Jones
03:01:37
Thank you Mark Anthony
Dana Cherry (she/her)
03:01:51
thank you Mark Anthony for focusing and uplifting these facts
Robyn Gomez (she/her) Pukuu CCS-TUTCINT Youth Empowerment
03:02:01
great points Mark Anthony
Ellen Giesy she/her
03:02:13
Thank you Mark Anthony!
Kelli Poole
03:02:22
I want an entire presentation from Mark-Anthony!
Celestial Scott Free From Hardship
03:02:53
Thank you Mark!
Liz Sutton
03:03:02
I’ll pass my spot on the stack
Kristen Ochoa
03:03:11
I was going to cover that (mental health diversion), I was supposed to present today. Apologies, not sure what happened.
Kristen Ochoa
03:03:40
I've been standing by, but time has run out...
Shannon Knox
03:05:03
Decriminalize drugs
Deborah Rocha
03:05:29
Sorry all, I need to step away for clinical sessions with youth. I am looking forward to hearing where we can help the non-profits that are actually providing services for our community members without funding! Thank you for coordinating efforts to hear the needs!
Daniel Wherley (he/him)
03:06:06
Could Measure J provide that funding stream?
Maagic Collins
03:06:32
Can you add me to the Stack
Tanya Mercado, School Mental Health-LAUSD
03:07:11
I was on stack way earlier but haven't been called
Melisa Chavez
03:09:25
Maagic, same habits because of no other choice/services/enough services/fast enough services/etc.
Ivette Ale
03:10:05
Maagic - I think this is where the community development piece really comes in. We have a huge opportunity to change the environment by investing in the most marginalized communities.
Ivette Ale
03:10:25
Yes! More green spaces in south la
Thomas Bell
03:10:27
Who will be in charge of making sure the money goes to the right places and is used in the right way.
Tanya Mercado, School Mental Health-LAUSD
03:10:51
https://www.latimes.com/california/story/2020-11-25/la-county-could-dismantle-juvenile-justice-system-for-care-first-model
Robyn Gomez (she/her) Pukuu CCS-TUTCINT Youth Empowerment
03:11:08
great question Thomas Bell
Chrysta Wilson [she/her] on unceded Kizh-Tongva-Gabrieleño Land (Los Angeles)
03:11:09
@Thomas: This Subcommittee!
Shadeequa Smith
03:11:44
Perhaps going forward (maybe not possible for this iteration of the subgroup) when you ask for community input on reimagining, you could also ask what Community needs to know to make informed decisions, instead of telling community what you think we need to know to make an informed decision. You can gather our input and craft presentations based on our needs. That would make this process more collaborative.
Abby Mack
03:12:03
^^^
Chrysta Wilson [she/her] on unceded Kizh-Tongva-Gabrieleño Land (Los Angeles)
03:12:09
Click think link and share your ideas: https://www.menti.com/jt3avhuquw
Monique Castro (she/her)- Facilitator
03:13:04
Code: 71 50 74
Maria Edwards (She/Her) Every ONE Free
03:13:09
Diversion - We need to fund diversion programs that address the trauma bonds between survivor and trafficker. This is a racial issue with victims who are predominantly black / brown. They need help to reduce feelings of attachment to trafficker and the culture of commercial sexual exploitation. Educate survivors of the harmful psychological coercion they were subjected to during their exploitation. Revealing the commonly-used, yet seldom-explained, mind control techniques used by traffickers, sexual abusers, media and other coercive agents. Survivors need to acquire skills to end “The Game.” Changing perspective reduces the rate of recidivism.
Anissa Muhammad
03:13:59
Black youth development programs
Tanya Mercado, School Mental Health-LAUSD
03:14:38
Black Youth support services
dave stein
03:14:48
youth
Christopher Ortunio
03:15:01
^^^
@LABamby (She, Ella)
03:15:10
it says that I already in this presentation and not able to provide anything
Paul Gonzalers (he,him) LAUSD
03:15:13
the students in these underserved communities.
Boyce Osife
03:15:23
those who suffer mental health disorders
Yvette Townsend
03:15:31
While Magic is correct that it would be nice to introduce environmental context to support but supporting families(of mentally ill) where people return to that need support also. Especially the Black community. People tend to return to their “old stopping ground”.
Hector M. Ramirez (he/they)
03:15:35
People struggling w/ mental heal challenges
Norma Palacios (She/Her/Hers)
03:15:36
Prioritize Black and Latinx folks who are facing challenges with substance use, we need to start funding intervention services i.e syringe services, evidence-based drug education that could fill the gap for people who are not ready to go into treatment.
joanna berton martinez (her/she)
03:15:36
Black Trans Sex Workers
Carmen Taylor Jones
03:15:48
Where is the need the greatest? Black Male TAY
Yvette Townsend
03:15:52
Black folks
Melisa Chavez
03:16:11
Diversion, which include black, trans sex workers, latinx
dave stein
03:16:18
meaningful trauma informed care for youth
Gabi Vazquez (she/her)
03:16:32
Chrysta for future menti polls could the character count be larger so that we can uplift folks properly
Mark Gale
03:16:41
People living with serious mental illness
Megyung Chung
03:16:54
Thank you for that @Brian
Janise Escobar, LAUSD 1, she, Tongva land
03:16:58
homeless trans BIPOC youth
Ivette Ale
03:17:08
Thanks for that Brian! Black immigrant folks are always lost in the convo
Maria Edwards (She/Her) Every ONE Free
03:17:16
Black/brown victims of commercial sexual exploitation
Gabi Vazquez (she/her)
03:17:39
The word limit is problematic
Sophia Li she/her
03:17:44
a single group/person is not intersectional though
Robyn Gomez (she/her) Pukuu CCS-TUTCINT Youth Empowerment
03:17:49
the word limit was a challenge
Anissa Muhammad
03:18:22
Black youth development: life skills, MH/BH, housing, parenting, DV counseling/relationship building
Tanya Mercado, School Mental Health-LAUSD
03:18:25
https://theavtimes.com/2020/05/26/l-a-county-starts-planning-for-shift-in-juvenile-justice-system/
@LABamby (She, Ella)
03:19:19
I just want to say that I know that folks are doing their best but this facilitation process is not working. I cant believe there was more time for presentations then for community to provide input. There needs to be more community input and not LAC influencing this process. THIS IS OUR PROCESS, NOT THE STABLISMENT!
Medina Iván
03:21:13
^^^^
kim t
03:22:18
There is so much good stuff in the chat but we are not able to save it. Can you enable that feature next time? Thanks!
Maria Edwards (She/Her) Every ONE Free
03:22:31
Connect HT victims to resources to leave the life - the conduit is community based diversion programs
Daniel Wherley (he/him)
03:23:20
Those individuals and communities that've been most harmed by the existing system.
Kenya Kirkland
03:23:44
connect individuals to living wage jobs
Shadeequa Smith
03:24:45
Thank you Eunisses!
shirley torres
03:25:10
Thanks Eunissess for voicing that and being authentic!!
Medina Iván
03:25:24
stack
Hector M. Ramirez (he/they)
03:25:39
Thanks to the co-chairs and facilitators for the transperance
Nancy Volpert she/her
03:26:01
^^^
Victor Luna, LAUSD
03:26:27
Good Point Tanya!
@LABamby (She, Ella)
03:27:05
I have asked to be on stack multiple times. Can I please say something? Thank you
Chrysta Wilson [she/her] on unceded Kizh-Tongva-Gabrieleño Land (Los Angeles)
03:27:55
Hi everyone! I hear the feedback on Mentimeter and the character limits. We are trying to find ways to use technology to get community input in virtual spaces with 150+ participants where there’s not enough for everyone to speak verbally. Noting your feedback and we’ll continue to think about the questions we ask on Mentimeter and how it’s used. We just want to have other outlets beside Chat and Verbal shares
MARIA ALEXANDER
03:28:42
Streetworkers and victims of violence
Daniel Wherley (he/him)
03:28:59
Can the who question be expanded beyond just who is getting funds/services but also who is carrying it out? I.e. moving funds & programming out of County orbit into community-based care.
Medina Iván
03:30:24
can we get next weeks agenda sooner? also taking from the share out of information today can that agenda meet the needs of those priorities if there will be new presenters/presentation
@LABamby (She, Ella)
03:31:59
Thanks @Monique
@LABamby (She, Ella)
03:32:29
Thank you @Phillip!
@LABamby (She, Ella)
03:34:23
WE need to have presentations on using the arts as a way of healing and we need to transform the system as it is set up!
joanna berton martinez (her/she)
03:35:15
yes!
Shadeequa Smith
03:35:32
I'm okay with that!
Stephanie Stone
03:35:35
Will the link change again for next meeting? I got wrong link for meeting earlier
@LABamby (She, Ella)
03:35:39
Im ready!!
Chrysta Wilson [she/her] on unceded Kizh-Tongva-Gabrieleño Land (Los Angeles)
03:35:40
Same Link
Chrysta Wilson [she/her] on unceded Kizh-Tongva-Gabrieleño Land (Los Angeles)
03:35:47
Same Registration Link for the next 3 meetings
Monique Castro (she/her)- Facilitator
03:35:55
Same link and please invite others to participate.
Maagic Collins
03:36:10
Thank @Phillip for that
Monique Castro (she/her)- Facilitator
03:36:36
All links and information is also in the ATI website. https://ceo.lacounty.gov/measure-j-2021-spending/
Nancy Volpert she/her
03:36:57
Thanks