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Shine a Light: Speaker Series - Charlene Apok, October 19 - Shared screen with speaker view
Mariah Morgan
22:31
Thanks for joining in today’s discussion with Charlene Apok on Data for Indigenous Justice: Addressing MMIWG2S in Alaska. Please use the Q&A feature to ask a question, or use the Chat feature to add to the discussion.This event is being recorded and will be housed on the Northwest Campus website. To view recordings, visit nwc.uaf.edu and click on the “courses tab” at the top.If you have ideas on potential topics or speakers, please fill out our google form: https://forms.gle/q5aTqWKQkd6pjM6n8
Mariah Morgan
23:04
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Mariah Morgan
49:15
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Colleen Reynolds
50:18
Data For Indigenous Justice - We Are Calling To You report: https://dataforindigenousjustice.com/we-are-calling-to-you/
Dayne Broderson
57:37
Yes. There must be a variety of datasets & databases involved. Is this focused on a specific dataset & platform or coordination between multiple data management groups. Interested to understand what that looks like as coordination between different "owners" of data & datasets.
Kayt Sunwood
59:52
I like to read dissertations! Please share!
Keane Richards
01:00:09
There are some here who like to read dissertations Charlene! :-) Absolutely send it along!
Rachel Heckler
01:00:53
Would love to read your dissertation and what you found!
Frana BA
01:01:13
Yes, EXACTLY! It's sometimes used as a 'what about men?' to avoid accountability. Appreciate this mention, aqpik
Lisa Ellanna
01:07:02
I want to thank Dr. Apok for her incredible work on this issue, not just for Alaska, but on this issue nationally
Brian Barnes
01:07:07
thanks very much Dr. Apok; very important work
Sammy Lennie
01:07:16
Hi from Canada, would really like to read your dissertation.
Anupma Prakash
01:07:23
Dr. Apok - Thank you so much. This was so powerful. I look forward to reading your dissertation.
Ashly Crockett
01:07:48
I'm also very interested in reading your dissertation!
Dorothy Chase
01:11:45
Quyana Cakneq Aqpik (Thank you very much) for this powerful presentation! Your hard work and dedication is truly appreciated!
Colleen Reynolds
01:13:29
Thank you Dr. Apok. You are amazing and thank you for all the hard work that you do. You are a voice for many!
Michael Livingston
01:15:07
Thanks Charlene!
Frana BA
01:16:42
You're incredible, thanks aqpik
Kayt Sunwood
01:17:22
Thank you, thank you, thank you!
Karl Bergman
01:17:43
Thank you Dr. Apok.Thank you for your voice.
Mariah Morgan
01:18:06
This event is being recorded and will be housed on the Northwest Campus website. To view recordings, visit nwc.uaf.edu and click on the “courses tab” at the top.If you have ideas on potential topics or speakers, please fill out our google form: https://forms.gle/q5aTqWKQkd6pjM6n8
Diane O'Brien
01:18:07
Thank you Dr. Apok!
aqpik, she/they
01:18:20
Quyana!!
Jessica Glore
01:18:28
thank you