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BHER Speaker Series - Shared screen with speaker view
Michele Millard
17:19
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Rachel Silver
50:01
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Sharareh kashi
58:52
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leslie Edith
01:07:27
Jewish = Hashem
Vidya Shah she/her
01:10:12
Thank you, Nombuso!
Marlene Lee-Gordon
01:13:27
Thank you Dr. Dlamini for the presentation. and allowing us to see ourselves
Sharareh kashi
01:14:30
What a great talk! Thank you Dr. Dlamini.
Marlene Lee-Gordon
01:14:49
through our own emotions. However, how do we get through the hurt and the pain of an oppressed past without being angry?
Nolizwe Mhlaba
01:14:50
Hi, all. I’m dialing in from Johannesburg. Thank you so much for holding this space for us, Dr Dlamini. I especially appreciated the first poem (read by Dr Osibodu).
Nolizwe Mhlaba
01:16:16
Is it accessible publicly? I’d love to share it with my educator-poet community and our students.
Molade Osibodu
01:16:33
Yes it is Nolizwe. We are recording the talk.
Rachel Silver
01:16:44
We will make the recording accessible on the BHER website.
Rachel Silver
01:17:09
https://www.bher.org/
Nolizwe Mhlaba
01:17:38
Thank you.
Catherine
01:18:29
Thank you Dr. Nombuso. I am a black graduate student at York and was wondering if you could speak a little bit about the struggles of black students in graduate studies in regards to support and guidance from professors. The feeling of not being good enough and not having the necessary tools to succeed e.g language
Mirco Stella
01:23:14
anger is disruptive, but I cannot think of radical moments of change which did not start with indignation.
Sharareh kashi
01:26:40
Anger is an energy, the matter is how to turn fury into a force for good!
Sharareh kashi
01:27:25
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Mirco Stella
01:34:11
i believe models of interconnected learning in postcolonial settings, such as BHER, certainly have the potential to introduce such elements of resistance - given particular circumstances.
Mirco Stella
01:34:29
and in fact we are seeing this already.
Mirco Stella
01:34:39
:)
Molade Osibodu
01:39:00
This is the last question. Thank you for learning with us.
Brianna Garneau
01:41:25
Thank you so much for this enriching discussion. These conversations are collective and community care, thank you.
Catherine
01:41:44
Thank you!
Michael Gulizia
01:41:48
Thank you!
HaEun Kim
01:42:02
https://www.bher.org/bher-speaker-series/
premdac
01:42:12
Thank you
Molade Osibodu
01:42:46
https://www.yorku.ca/edu/wp-content/uploads/sites/28/2020/10/ReciprocalLearning-overview_flyer_FINAL.pdf
Laura Colangelo
01:42:50
Thank you!!
m.bronwyndichiazza
01:42:53
Thank you so much Professor Dlamini for your talk. I found it so interesting your point of “stories being transformative”, and in connection to Aparna, the idea of stories in connection to conciliation and the importance of our stories in education. I am so interested in this area and the importance of the telling of our stories and bearing witness to the stories of others. Perhaps this is a type of “sustainable power” we should think more about moving forward? Thanks again!