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The Time Is Now: Restorative History and Racial Justice in America - Shared screen with speaker view
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21:59
Does anyone have any questions or action items?Let's capture them in the meeting notes: https://otter.ai/u/wBfVb6KV-FKS2NudPZwfGaDx1xU
International Coalition of Sites of Conscience
22:22
You can also find the podcast here: pod.link/1628874540
Yael Danieli
56:29
Please, visit the International Center for the Study, Prevention and Treatment of Multigenerational Legacies of Trauma at http://ICMGLT.org and/or contact me directly at yaeld@aol.com
International Coalition of Sites of Conscience
01:06:46
www.gijtr.org
DONNA PERKINS
01:12:04
What is the best way to connect our local truth and reconciliation efforts with Sites of Conscience?
Ana Edwards
01:15:30
And yes, museums have a critical role in supplemental expression of the historical and topical concerns as well as being repositories of the resources that can be tapped when needed. The American Civil War Museum is in the middle of this dynamic - the new popular realization of that War's relevance to today's issues. Museums are resources for educators traditionally, but now the community is tapping them. acwm.org
International Coalition of Sites of Conscience
01:16:41
Global Initiative for Justice, Truth and Reconciliation - www.gijtr.org
International Coalition of Sites of Conscience
01:18:38
The first episode of the TJ in America podcast is now available at: https://pod.link/1628874540
International Coalition of Sites of Conscience
01:19:01
A new episode will be released every Thursday for the next five weeks.
International Coalition of Sites of Conscience
01:20:23
Also, for more information about our work or to connect with our staff, you can email coalition@sitesofconscience.org and we will get back to you shortly!
International Coalition of Sites of Conscience
01:20:36
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