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Creating Cultures of Dignity - Shared screen with speaker view
Renee
17:26
Good afternoon. Renee from BHM Regional library in NC
Megan Mosher
17:28
Megan Mosher from Mooresville Public Library in Mooresville, NC
Debbie Brewer
17:31
Hi from Sparta, NC.
Mary
17:37
Thank you from Robbinsville, Graham County!
Anne Moore
17:38
Anne Cooper Moore, Atkins Library,UNC Charlotte
Beth List
17:38
Hi everyone - this is Beth from Lee County Libraries
Trina Rushing
17:51
Here from Henderson County
Jimi Rider
17:56
Hi everyone. This is Jimi from New Hanover County Public Library.
Amelia Midgett-Nicholson
18:08
Good afternoon! Here is a link to today’s presentation: https://prezi.com/view/K9buuhv9uIQvZocK3tPq/If you have any questions or technical issues, please send me a chat or email (amelia@nclive.org). We will get started at 2:00pm.
Kristy Cummings
18:11
I'm from Baltimore, MD. Not sure how I stumbled across this event but thank you for allowing me to attend!
Amelia Midgett-Nicholson
30:54
To view Charlie full screen - "pin" his video or use "speaker view"
Anita M Brown
47:38
mom - I felt safe, supported emotionally
timfeld
47:45
My father
bakere
48:15
My grandfather, easy to answer. He paid attention to me. He asked me to go along with him, doing the things that he liked to do. I felt included.
Charlie Kuhn
48:20
great! who, now why?
Charlie Kuhn
48:30
thank you, bakere
bakere
48:49
Now as an adult?
Jimi Rider
49:14
I want to say my parents, however when I see my son and the way he "respects" me now, I wonder if I really respected them. I definitely respected them and my son me, but when you are that age you often question them and are embarrassed by them also.
Charlie Kuhn
49:20
sorry for the confusion, bakere. you had a great answer
bakere
49:35
Thanks
Trina Rushing
49:36
My aunt - she spent time with me, listened, and gave me honest answers
Jimi Rider
49:51
Might be a soccer coach.
Erica Kanagy
50:11
Patty Pritchard. She was a friends mom and really cared about us. She took the time to listen. She gave of herself to others. I saw her give time that she didn't have.
Mary
50:21
Several teachers along with my parents. Teachers listened and encouraged.
Arwen Downs
50:26
Both parents.
Jill’s xr
50:35
sorry Jim.
Jessie Jones
50:41
I respected many of my teachers. They made me feel like I was capable without the caveat of being a member of my family who "had" to treat me well.
Jill’s xr
50:45
I’m a totally different person with a different belief set now.
Debbie Brewer
51:22
My grandmother. She was always there for me, always respected me and others.
Warren County Lib
51:23
My elementary school principal. I worked a summer job at his school after I became older and he talked me as 'not a kid'.
Renee
56:28
It's hard for me to answer. I was raised in a Military family so I had to "respect" any type of adult regardless. As far as a person who I felt cared for me, would be my teenage years and it would be my Youth pastor. He listened to me. He was very helpful with my teenage problems. My idea of respect is not necessarily someone I cared for me or I cared for them.
Anita M Brown
01:10:32
can't wait to review.
Anita M Brown
01:12:00
my first thought needs to be benevolent rather than neg-judgmental
Anita M Brown
01:15:47
youth are leaders 'now' not confined to future; they are smarter than me. :)
bakere
01:18:39
Summarize respect vs. dignity again
Mary
01:18:53
Role play with young adults..... To For With so they can see the process???
Amelia Midgett-Nicholson
01:19:59
https://prezi.com/view/K9buuhv9uIQvZocK3tPq/
Anita M Brown
01:21:15
this was really needed. fantastic op
Renee
01:21:45
Thank you. It was a great presentation. Amelia, I love your backround.
Jimi Rider
01:22:46
I would definitely say what he shared is applicable to our dealings with other adults too. For example, me as someone who believes in wearing a mask due to covid conversing with someone who feels strongly against wearing masks.
Amelia Midgett-Nicholson
01:24:23
https://culturesofdignity.com/portfolio/tiny-guides/
Renee
01:24:27
YES! Great example Jimi. That is something we deal with every day at the library with the public and our outside life.
Jessie Jones
01:24:30
I feel the same way Jimi. I am on the younger end of the profession and the whole time I was thinking, "I want the older libraries to do this with me."
Jessie Jones
01:24:43
*librarians
Jimi Rider
01:25:07
Thank you!
Mary Griffn
01:25:09
Thank you!
swilson
01:25:11
Thank you!
Cultures of Dignity
01:25:12
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Kristy Cummings
01:25:21
Thank you! I've been on your website and found it very helpful.
Cultures of Dignity
01:25:21
you’re welcome! it was a pleasure
Jill’s xr
01:25:32
great presentation! ty!!
Jen
01:25:37
Thanks Charlie!
Jessie Jones
01:25:40
thank you, Charlie!
Kelly Lawniczak
01:25:42
Thank you!
Arwen Downs
01:25:45
Thanks!
Kristy Cummings
01:25:47
Thanks for hosting!
Trina
01:26:09
Thank you Charlie!