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TFEL Field Scholars - Cohort A - Shared screen with speaker view
Margaret Janse van Rensburg
14:43
So interesting the white saviour complex
Margaret Janse van Rensburg
20:51
This makes me think of history of social work also comes in here - i.e. Addams vs. Richmond - these historic roots also come into how we comprehend ourselves as social workers
Tricia Snyder
21:14
Yes Margaret!
Benedicta Asante
22:24
Exactly
Benedicta Asante
24:18
I didn’t know privilege can be addictive. Thanks for the education, Courtney!
Margaret Janse van Rensburg
26:00
No more banking method of education !
Lindsay Snoke
26:03
This reminds me of performative activism like people going to poorer countries and taking pictures with kids to make themselves look “godly"
Tricia Snyder
30:57
I think we cannot discredit the value of international experiences as long as the native population is self-determined and treated with dignity and agency. Our role within other countries is to practice cultural humility.
Tricia Snyder
33:56
I must say that one of our biggest challenges is not having students enter the experience with the perspective that they are not there to "fix"
Naomi Levitz Shobola
35:18
When the power dynamic is so uneven, how do we measure ‘community buy in’
Tricia Snyder
35:20
But we have to be careful if what the community wants is to perpetuate those divides
Tara C
37:43
I am just conscious of the time. Lindsay will be presenting in a few minutes so we will have to wrap up questioning soon.
Margaret Janse van Rensburg
37:44
When we are applying critical pedagogy in this context, can we allow many people to be learners? We can learn and co-create knowledge
Margaret Janse van Rensburg
41:04
It was more just to keep thinking of :)
Courtney Jones
41:56
Yes, that was an area of focus in the data! Co-creating knowledge. Thank you everyone for the insightful comments and questions :)
Margaret Janse van Rensburg
47:23
So important! I work in the SVPE sector right now and a constant thing that I hear from survivors is that we need to hear more about sex (and consent and sexual identity and fun sex) earlier :)
Tricia Snyder
48:24
LOVE this slide4
Tricia Snyder
53:44
I use this as a dialogue prompt in my diversity, equity, and justice class. I am wondering how this might support or detract from the concepts discussed in this presentation? (UK legalizing sex work=protections versus how sex workers are treated in the US) https://www.ted.com/talks/juno_mac_the_laws_that_sex_workers_really_want?language=en
Benedicta Asante
54:21
Thanks for the presentation!
Emily Murphy
54:40
Lindsay this is a really incredible area of research and very needed
Tricia Snyder
55:53
Can't wait to share your presentation with my faculty Lindsay!
Tricia Snyder
01:02:08
Call them young people
Naomi Levitz Shobola
01:03:00
“The cookie” comes to mind...
Tricia Snyder
01:03:27
Circles of Intimacy came from working with those with autism, can apply to anyone
Emily Murphy
01:03:59
Sex education in the USA is terrible
Margaret Janse van Rensburg
01:07:18
Especially warning signs for abuse!
Margaret Janse van Rensburg
01:07:21
Like DV
Margaret Janse van Rensburg
01:07:34
Sorry I am being pulled away thanks for a wonderful discussion everyone!
Lindsay Snoke
01:07:40
If you all have more questions you can email me at snokelindsay@gmail.com