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Measure J Subcommittee: Re-entry - Shared screen with speaker view
Erica Gross
54:36
Erica Gross (she/her) Bend the Arc
Tim Kornegay
54:59
What part of the processes you just mentioned was your firm involved in?
JIL BALOGH she/her
57:11
Sorry, JIL BALOGH Tarzana, CA from Chumash land.
irma Cooper
57:16
Good evening, Irma Cooper, Covina, CA Family Member
irma Cooper
58:09
Services- Transitional Housing, Mental health services
Kelly Hulbert
01:03:28
i agree
Eloise Snedden
01:03:30
I agree
Astrid Carrillo
01:03:30
I agree
Steve (he/him)
01:03:30
I agree
Casie Casanova
01:03:30
I agree
Kacey Bonner (she/her)
01:03:30
I agree
Dean Church (he/him) HackForLA.org
01:03:32
I agree
Alejandro Haezaert
01:03:32
I agree
Ebani Abram
01:03:32
I agree
Lee (he/him)
01:03:32
I agree
Rayceana Rocha
01:03:32
I agree
Michael Haymer
01:03:32
agree
Veronica Jaramillo
01:03:33
I agree
Duc Ta
01:03:33
I agree
Anthony Garcia(he/him) LARRP
01:03:33
I agree
Alan Richards
01:03:33
I agree
Doug Bond
01:03:34
I agree
Adriana Mendez
01:03:34
I agree
Teresa Ward
01:03:34
I agree
Melissa Mojica
01:03:34
I agree
Elizabeth Carnes
01:03:34
I agree
Roberta Shintani
01:03:35
I agree
Mike Russo (he/him) Advancement Project
01:03:35
I agree
Andrea Welsing
01:03:35
I agree
Kristian Huling
01:03:36
agree
Tina Padilla-Zamora
01:03:36
I agree
henry bratton
01:03:36
I agree
Jessica Porter
01:03:36
I agree
Alex Sizemore
01:03:36
I agree
Roberto Luca (Co-Chair)
01:03:37
I agree
irma Cooper
01:03:37
I agree
Osas Otasowie
01:03:37
I agree
Darlene Luca
01:03:37
I agree
Kelly Emling
01:03:38
agree
Myles Flournoy
01:03:38
I agree
Michael Mendoza
01:03:39
I agree
Shelby King
01:03:39
I agree
Jessica Rey
01:03:40
I agree
Abel Romero
01:03:40
I agree
LaTanya Ward
01:03:40
I agree.
Karen Bernstein
01:03:40
Agree
Dominique Davis
01:03:41
I agree
Tedman Cheung
01:03:42
I agree
cesar perez
01:03:42
I agree
Joelle Kirtley
01:03:42
I agree
Annalisa Mitchell
01:03:42
I agree
Sheila Pinkel she her
01:03:42
I agree.
Regina Goree
01:03:43
I agree
Thomas Sago
01:03:43
I agree
David Bradshaw
01:03:43
I agree
Núñez Esteban
01:03:43
I agree
Karlo Haros
01:03:43
i agree
Paul Edmeier
01:03:44
I agree
Joseph Petitt (He/Him) LARRP
01:03:44
I agree.
Michael Ortega(He/Him)LARRP
01:03:45
I agree
Troy Vaughn
01:03:45
I agree
Gabriela Vazquez
01:03:45
I agree
Kristine C
01:03:45
I agree
Patrick Settles
01:03:46
I agree
Jose Osuna (he/him)
01:03:46
I agree
Christopher Cisneros
01:03:46
I Agree
Lillian Marquez
01:03:46
I agree
Pamela Thompson
01:03:47
I agree
Yolanda Cordero
01:03:48
I agree
Marcie Gibbs
01:03:48
I agree
Adrian
01:03:48
I agree
John Baima
01:03:48
I agree
Jamie Beck (she/her)
01:03:48
I agree
genea richardson
01:03:49
I agree
Dolores Canales
01:03:50
I Agree
Tim Kornegay
01:03:53
I agree
Joann Sanchez
01:03:54
Agree
Lami J.Glenn LARRP LEADERS Academy Education Team Co-hort
01:03:54
agreed
Alex Sanchez
01:03:56
agree
Martha Camacho Rodriguez
01:03:57
agreed
Elvia Ortega
01:03:59
I agree
Alana Hassanein
01:04:00
I agree.
Carol Silva
01:04:04
I agree
Carmen Jacinto
01:04:04
Carmen Jacinto-I agree
Roberto Luca
01:04:05
I agree
JIL BALOGH she/her
01:04:06
I agree
Dontay Hayes
01:04:08
I agree
Daniel Rubio
01:04:12
i agre
Carlos Rodriguez
01:04:14
Agreed
Daniel Rubio
01:04:16
agree
Presely Briley “Journey”
01:04:17
I agree
Reese Hart (she/her) - Tech Assistant
01:04:20
Meeting ID: 817 9127 8029
Bamby Salcedo
01:04:31
Can we agree to not have county presentations and just hear directly from the people. That would be a great group agreement! Thanks
Shadeequa Smith
01:04:45
^^^^^^^^^^
Tina Padilla-Zamora
01:04:46
Ben "Taco" Owens agrees
Elvia Ortega
01:04:51
I agree
Presely Briley “Journey”
01:05:01
Bambi .......
Dolores Canales
01:05:33
I second Bambi’s proposal!
Presely Briley “Journey”
01:06:00
Me too Dolores
Jason Espinoza
01:06:04
I agree!
Elena Nourrie (she/her)
01:06:15
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Aquil Basheer
01:06:47
I Agree
Dominique Davis
01:06:59
me 3
Bamby Salcedo
01:07:00
Can my suggestion be included please and thank you
Shadeequa Smith
01:07:19
I did not find the breakout groups last night to be helpful at all.
Tim Kornegay
01:07:26
I also support the proposal not to hear county presenters/presentation and hear from the people closest to the pain.
Yolanda Cordero
01:09:47
Will the slides be made available?
Bamby Salcedo
01:10:01
if it's TRUE that we are members, then please hear from the people. we dont want presentations, we want dialogue, discussion, agreements in recommendations. Please make sure that as community representatives you speak about the needs of the people. No Presentations PLEASE!! Only, people's voices!
Reese Hart (she/her) - Tech Assistant
01:10:10
@Yolanda Yes, the slides will be sent out to everyone on the call!
Gabriela Vazquez
01:10:14
^^^^^ What Bamby said
irma Cooper
01:10:51
I agree we need to hear from the members especially the ones who are affected on front lines when their loved ones are released back to the community and what services they need for their loved ones to successfully transition back to the community
Presely Briley “Journey”
01:11:48
We need to hear fro the People!!!!!!
Shadeequa Smith
01:12:12
Who decided what information should be presented?
Chrysta Wilson (she/her) on unceded Kizh-Tongva land
01:12:41
Meeting #3 is going to be focused on Community Wisdom and Community Ideas
Presely Briley “Journey”
01:12:46
I'm also curious to who decides what is presented
Veronica Jaramillo
01:12:47
I appreciate the presentations because I like to learn about the resources that are available as examples for ideas
Gabriela Vazquez
01:12:49
The county did
Shonique Williams
01:12:52
& this is why voting a 3rd co-chair was so important to us as a community. it is being stated what we want for our community & yet the subcommittee is deciding that's not what they want
Shadeequa Smith
01:13:02
^^^^^^^^^^^
James Runion
01:13:23
Also curious about who decides the avenda?
Presely Briley “Journey”
01:13:35
I would Love to know who decides the presentation!!
Presely Briley “Journey”
01:14:01
A 3rd Co-Chair is definitely needed
Reese Hart (she/her) - Tech Assistant
01:14:18
Andrea Welsing, Office of Violence Prevention, Department of Public Health
David Bradshaw
01:15:03
Robert Saucedo, President of Community Build, Inc. should be contacted to participate in this subcommittee. The number is 323-290-6560.
Dolores Canales
01:15:35
@Journey I think someone said the “County” decided who presents? Is this correct? I thought community orgs were going to present and that community groups were going to lead re-entry?
Presely Briley “Journey”
01:15:43
Thank you David
Steve (he/him)
01:15:44
For folx who are neuro-diverse and those who process in distinct ways it would be helpful for all presenters to provide PPT presentations in advance of our meetings for review and prep. Would that be possible?
Dominique Davis
01:15:52
is this a pitch?
Veronica Jaramillo
01:16:19
thank you for taking the time to present
Presely Briley “Journey”
01:16:41
I'm thinking so Dom
Ebani Abram
01:16:46
Who provides this prevention work through your department? And how do they get those positions?
LaTanya Ward
01:16:49
I thought the same Delores.
Presely Briley “Journey”
01:17:27
I'm still curious about who decides what will be presented..
Chrysta Wilson (she/her) on unceded Kizh-Tongva land
01:17:29
@Dominque: Not a pitch. These folks are presenting information to give folks in the room who might not know what’s going on with Reentry a sense of the information.
Bamby Salcedo
01:17:45
please, we do not need to hear about the county programs. we need to hear from people. we need to talk about new programs and how to fund them. The establishment is taking over what is supposed to be a community driven process and all of us are contributing to what "they" want us to do. I would like to propose that we cancel all the following presentations and gear directly from the people!!
JIL BALOGH she/her
01:18:15
I agree, I don't trust the county!
Presely Briley “Journey”
01:18:41
Mz Chrysta, who decides what will be presented?
Shonique Williams
01:18:51
agreed @Bamby
Gina Viola she/her WP4BL
01:18:52
I'm deciding to view these presentations as what is NOT working.
Bamby Salcedo
01:18:53
what about generating new data using community participatory research???
irma Cooper
01:18:54
We need Transitional Education Centers located in different areas of the city to help former incarcerated persons to learn what have changed, learn basic resources in the community, get driver license, get ID card, how to fill out an application, How to build a resume, How to use a phone, how to use a computer, how to hold a conversation, re-enforce how to control anger, how to manage in the work place, etc.
Dominique Davis
01:18:55
ebony great question
joana chai-chang az
01:18:55
agreed!!
Chrysta Wilson (she/her) on unceded Kizh-Tongva land
01:18:57
Out of the information that came from Meeting #1, ATI staff identified presenters. Co-chairs sent information to each presenter to help ensure what is shared can supplement the wisdom that everyone in this meting came with.
Gabrielle Melville
01:19:03
I am enjoying hearing about what the current county departments are doing for the reentry population. I'm sure we will be hearing from people with lived experience at some point before any decisions on how to spend the money are made.
Presely Briley “Journey”
01:19:08
Why cant the people (members) present
Bamby Salcedo
01:19:57
We should be hearing from other models that work and not what the establishment has designed for us!!
Roberto Luca (Co-Chair)
01:20:03
We have some great presentations coming up from CBo's doing the work on the ground.
Ebani Abram
01:20:06
Exactly, Gina!
Chrysta Wilson (she/her) on unceded Kizh-Tongva land
01:21:36
Want to uplift our group agreements. I know systems harm communities—I’m a Black woman—I believe that everyone here, community members and the County staff that is working on Alternatives to Incarceration—are here working on Measure J because they deeply care about decarceration and community healing. I just want to be mindful of connecting the identification of presentations to nefarious intent.
Ebani Abram
01:21:43
Are we about to be presented all 24 slides?
Presely Briley “Journey”
01:22:42
At some point?
Boyce Osife
01:22:58
Let's keep in mind there are community members like myself who haven't heard some of this stuff. I appreciate everyone's input to further my understanding and learning.
irma Cooper
01:23:39
There has been a lot of research and data on formerly incarcerated persons but criminal justice systems,the cities and states are not using the data. I want to the funds to go to where it is needed in the neighborhoods
Ronald Taylor
01:24:18
Million dollar hoods is doing some great work with that, Irma
Presely Briley “Journey”
01:24:37
Ronnie!!!!!
Chrysta Wilson (she/her) on unceded Kizh-Tongva land
01:24:40
@Irma: Please bring these ideas when you all start making these recommendations on where and what to fund.
Gabriela Vazquez
01:25:18
Yes thanks for uplifting Million Dollar Hoods
Gabrielle Melville
01:25:21
To add equity, perhaps the county departments could help to analyze how well the grass roots organization are doing. That way there would be access to exactly what the people we are serving need. We should all work together to capture the needs of the reentry population in order to direct the funding to the most important services needed.
Ronald Taylor
01:25:42
Hi Journey!
Bamby Salcedo
01:25:49
@Chrysta, it is not about the county, it's about the people. money should not go to any of these programs but rather to the people. Were you proposed these presentations or were they told to you that this is what you should do? It's about transparency and not about dictatorship...
Roberta(she/her)Coalition for Engaged Education
01:26:07
Agree Gabriela
Baba Akili BLMLA, FLHI
01:26:18
How do we determe
Erica Gross (she/her)
01:26:47
+1 to Bamby’s note.
Bamby Salcedo
01:26:57
Do people want to know how we are doing work to eliminate the violence that Trans people face?
Bamby Salcedo
01:27:21
tell me what you're doing about eliminating violence in Trans women of color
Baba Akili BLMLA, FLHI
01:27:34
How do we determine gang homicide and violence from general violence?
Veronica Jaramillo
01:27:58
service planning areas
Tasha Stiger
01:28:28
Basically Zoning by geographical areas
Alejandro Haezaert
01:28:29
http://publichealth.lacounty.gov/chs/SPAMain/ServicePlanningAreas.htm
Kristian Huling (S/H) SEIU 721
01:28:38
based on census
Bamby Salcedo
01:30:05
theres a reason why there is so much violence, because people have not gotten the support that they need in order to survive. if we provide basic services, there will less violence, that is proven!!
Dolores Canales
01:30:12
Compton, Crenshaw, Florence, Paramount, Rosewood, Watts, West Adams, Willowbrook, Windsor Hills … Million Dollar hoods has data on these SPA’s that are under-resourced and have high incarceration rates
Bamby Salcedo
01:30:33
on top of that they dint even respect the time....
Presely Briley “Journey”
01:30:36
Thank You Dolores
Shonique Williams
01:30:43
nail on the head @Bamby
Roberta(she/her)Coalition for Engaged Education
01:30:44
Yes Bamby!
irma Cooper
01:30:53
what is the relationship between gang homicide and the type/quality of resources put into the SPA’s? is money for schools, teen centers, unemployment etc. What has been done to improve these stats that you are talking about?
Presely Briley “Journey”
01:31:00
So the County will get more time then the people
Ebani Abram
01:31:23
The county cannot determine, better than those of us with LIVED experience here in (and from) South Central Los Angeles, where the money should go AND the resources needed.
Presely Briley “Journey”
01:31:24
that was a long 45 seconds
LaTanya Ward
01:31:43
I want to know what's being done to heal & empower BLACK GANGMEMBERS to reduce the violence from an equitable & truthful lens the gang banging & gang violence is a COLLATERAL DAMAGE of the violence that Black folks endure historically & curre
Shonique Williams
01:31:53
I just want to say these slides could have been emailed. Breezing through this information is not actually effective education.
Shadeequa Smith
01:32:02
^^^^^^^
Kristian Huling (S/H) SEIU 721
01:32:03
Can this presentation be shared?
LaTanya Ward
01:32:11
currently!!!!!!!
Shadeequa Smith
01:32:40
Thank you Ms. Welsing
LaTanya Ward
01:32:43
Exactly Shonique
Kelly Hulbert
01:32:58
Thank you Andrea
Dontay Hayes
01:33:00
Latanya ward is on point and the question should be asked and answered
Eloise Snedden
01:33:04
Thank you
Steve (he/him)
01:33:10
Kristian Huling - AGREED - can the presentation be shared?
Bamby Salcedo
01:33:19
stack please
Doug Bond
01:33:48
agreed! Thank you
David Bradshaw
01:33:54
Thank you
Jose Osuna (he/him)
01:34:08
that’s right Alex
LaTanya Ward
01:34:13
Thanx Dontay
Angela Chung
01:34:22
yes how is state violence being measured and tracked
irma Cooper
01:34:22
Thanks Dolores Canales
Joann Sanchez
01:34:23
Great subject Alex
Andrea Welsing
01:34:45
Thank you for allowing me to present. Do not hesitate to reach out to me if I can further answer questions or provide additional information. In peace, Andrea, awelsing@ph.lacounty.gov
Jamie Beck (she/her)
01:34:47
Yes this is so important Alex, thank you for raising it!!
David Bradshaw
01:34:50
Thank you Andrea
Doug Bond
01:35:30
Thank you!
Angela Chung
01:35:30
and how do we bring reparations back to community thru jobs, resources, and healing and fundamental investments in most impacted communities
Alex Sizemore
01:35:40
Is it possible to have more time for public comment in the future? There are a lot of insightful comments in the chat and 170+ community members on the call. It would be great if we could hear from more than 5 folks after each presentation
Troy Vaughn
01:35:47
Thank you Andrea
Troy Vaughn
01:35:56
Great point Alex
Gabriela Vazquez
01:36:09
+++
Tim Kornegay
01:36:12
✊🏾
Dominique Davis
01:36:15
say it Tanya!!!
Presely Briley “Journey”
01:36:40
Tanya, the truth!!
Ebani Abram
01:36:41
Aparna, can you please be a timekeeper for county employees in the same way you are doing with community members?
Presely Briley “Journey”
01:37:17
Great point Ebani
Jay (she/they)
01:37:21
Yes we need to support hire and train folks with lived and shared culture and experience to support reentry efforts. This funding should not go back to county programs.
Jay (she/they)
01:37:54
YES
Shonique Williams
01:38:07
public comments set at 1 minute & immediately dismissed in the middle of speaking is not effective communication. the subcommittee speaking unlimited amount of time and still not answering the community comments thoroughly
Presely Briley “Journey”
01:38:07
Speak Baba!!
David Bradshaw
01:38:15
Agree with Baba
Laura Coholan
01:38:22
Yes Baba Akili!!!
Ebani Abram
01:38:37
Speak on it Baba Akili!
carrie u. she/her
01:38:42
Yes Baba Akili!
Laura Coholan
01:38:55
Say THAT!!!!
Presely Briley “Journey”
01:38:58
Not give them to County programs. The Grass Root Orgs should be receiving all the funds
Rabia Qutab
01:39:04
Amazing Point!!
Jay (she/they)
01:39:11
YES grassroots struggle, not centering institutional representatives or voices.
LaTanya Ward
01:39:11
YES.
Gina Viola she/her WP4BL
01:39:14
Yes, defund the sheriff and invest in our communities
Laura Coholan
01:39:24
Defund the SHERIFF
carrie u. she/her
01:39:30
^^^^!!!
Jamie Beck (she/her)
01:39:38
I agree that there should be much more room for discussion and less presentations. We should have breakout groups that generate discussion and items for the broader group to consider. The selection of anyone to present inherently limits the voices to a small few who are pre-selected. There is so much wisdom and lived experience in this group and I personally want to hear from the members of the group.
Shadeequa Smith
01:39:54
Why can't we get the info ahead of time to start digesting it? This is counterproductive
Jessica Porter
01:39:57
How do you get to present your organization?
Tina Padilla-Zamora
01:40:13
We need to have a way that shows true outcomes of the re entry population and how it is working for those of color black and brown how it affects gang members. We need to be able to have people who have lived experience to be the teachers, we need people with lived experience to be able to say how this money will work best for us!
Shonique Williams
01:40:28
We can google search what the organizations are doing. those of us in this line of work know who doing what so the presentations. so who are the presentations for?
Ebani Abram
01:40:39
The people on the ground who are respected, and do it for FREE
LaTanya Ward
01:40:50
YES JAMIE! That handpicked shit is BULLSHIT!
Baba Akili BLMLA, FLHI
01:40:59
More resources to meet the needs
Rabia Qutab
01:41:12
Yes agencies* that claim to help others, but fail to do so!!! AGREE
Dontay Hayes
01:41:27
Jamie beck has said all that needs to be said. The legacy continues. If we are limiting the voices to the few preselected chosen ones guess what. They are doing the same thing with the funding.
Ebani Abram
01:41:37
And thats OUT
Elizabeth Carnes
01:41:41
Just want to acknowledge and extend appreciation for earlier chat comments from LaTanya Ward, Ebani Abram, Irma Cooper, Dolores Caneles, Bamby Salcedo, and Ronald Taylor.
Ebani Abram
01:41:42
@Dontay
Aquil Basheer
01:41:50
Greetings team, salutes to you Brother Ray. Most of you know me and our Organization. We’re on the ground across the nation, we’re here to assist in any way we can. Here is our contact information: build program.org (takechargeinc@aol.com) (213) 219-9204
Tina Padilla-Zamora
01:41:58
Lived experience those with lived experience are the ones who need to decide where this money goes
Dominique Davis
01:42:09
gang preve tonight
Victoria G - Pride In Truth
01:42:47
yuppp
Dominique Davis
01:43:46
gang prevention, housing, elder care for lifers coming home, family reunification, trauma informed care by people who have been there with loved experience for the community by the community
Jamie Beck (she/her)
01:43:52
To the question of barriers - the barriers are there are too many strings attached and limitations to government funding. These limitations are created by people who do not do this work or understand the populations we work with. It makes it so hard for us nonprofits to do the work we are trying to do and we spend more time applying for funding and managing it than doing the work.
joana c., she/her, translatin@ coalition
01:43:52
thank u bamby yesss!!
Doug Bond
01:44:01
Thank you all for being the voice of the community
Victoria G - Pride In Truth
01:44:46
If we could receive the timeline that y’all have planned, that would be helpful for us to put this time into perspective
Tina Padilla-Zamora
01:44:54
Los Angeles Intervention Coalition
Vanessa Martin
01:44:54
Why are we not lifting up the recommendations from the ATI report?
Jay (she/they)
01:44:59
There is deep distrust because many "community meetings" just end up being platforms for institutional representatives to speak or present. this is a real and valid tension. maybe county can share data and stuff beforehand and not be centered going forward. THANK YOU BAMBY
Dominique Davis
01:45:09
what VANESSA SAOD
Dominique Davis
01:45:12
said
Gabriela Vazquez
01:45:16
Also if there are going to be presentations can we get the presentations ahead of time
Vanessa Martin
01:45:33
That work was done with community input.
Dominique Davis
01:45:34
we did this work already thru ATI WITH POST IT NOTES AND EATING
Baba Akili BLMLA, FLHI
01:45:47
Why so many county presentations and limited time for public comments
Ebani Abram
01:46:44
With all due respect thats way over 1 minute
LaTanya Ward
01:47:08
Ur taking up time that could be used more wisely
Ronald Taylor
01:47:20
I like the suggestion of building a survey of ATI policy recommendations for everyone to vote and start conversing on
Dolores Canales
01:47:55
Thats why the ATI community engagement went with the top 7 SPA’s on Million Dollar Hoods and Advancement Project data and had the community suggest what orgs should lead the community engagement in different SPA’s. It was amazing organizing with Homeboy Industries, Good Seed, Accent, Paving The Way, Proto Types, Community Coalition … and more! But it was organizations with system impacted folks leading
Alex Sanchez
01:47:58
Immigrant youth are being criminalized, they are falling pray of gang violence and they are seeking somewhere to belong to feel protected. We need to invest in our immigrant youth.
Jay (she/they)
01:48:23
We do not want to hear from probation officers and parole officers, more institutional folks that are paid to cage people.
Elena Nourrie (she/her)
01:48:27
Doug Bonds, Troy Vaughn and Sam Lewis, Anti-Recidivism Coalition who will share about State and Local Reentry efforts
Roberta(she/her)Coalition for Engaged Education
01:48:36
No Parole and probation, they had their chance
Tim Kornegay
01:48:41
what!?! seriously??? probation has NO PLACE in a measure J. conversation
Ronald Taylor
01:48:52
It was a beautiful process @dolores
Victoria G - Pride In Truth
01:48:56
Nope, do not want police, probation or parole officers here. No thank you
LaTanya Ward
01:49:41
EXACTLY TIM!
Rabia Qutab
01:49:49
@Victoria G: AGREED
LaTanya Ward
01:50:30
WHO TF WANTS TO HEAR FROM THE MUTHAFUCKAS WE'RE AIMING TO PUT OUT OF BUSINESS. BE FOR REAL!
Ebani Abram
01:51:16
Thank you Elizabeth
Chrysta Wilson (she/her) on unceded Kizh-Tongva land
01:51:32
Group agreement reminder: #3 “Practice Grace and Openness - We are all here with good intentions and want to improve people’s lives, let’s give each other a chance”
Chrysta Wilson (she/her) on unceded Kizh-Tongva land
01:51:46
Please refrain from profanity in the chat.
Aparna Shah l she/they l Wilson & Associates
01:51:51
We have all agreed to community agreements to speak, chat and treat each other with humanity. Please respect these agreements
Dominique Davis
01:51:53
ronald and Dolores we've done the work made the recommendations now we have to do it again?
Anthony Garcia(he/him) LARRP
01:52:11
RIP OZELL. He was amazing!
Presely Briley “Journey”
01:52:38
Thank You Doug
Jason Espinoza
01:52:51
Ozell we love and miss you!
Gabriela Vazquez
01:52:53
Just want to highlight that Measure J language was clear that money cannot go to probation or law enforcement
Dominique Davis
01:52:59
amity is awesome
LaTanya Ward
01:53:13
PROFANITY?! PROFANITY IS THE LEAST OF OUR CONCERNS MA'AM.
Jose Osuna (he/him)
01:53:20
Speak Doug!
Annalisa Mitchell
01:53:21
Thank you Doug, it takes the building up of people to develop healthier communities
Jason Espinoza
01:53:59
Thank you Dominque! Love you!
Kristian Huling (S/H) SEIU 721
01:54:01
Thank you Doug!
Annalisa Mitchell
01:54:03
Real Talk! speak Doug!
Casie Casanova
01:54:04
Thank you, Doug. Collaboration is key.
Dominique Davis
01:54:11
SAY THAT DOUG
Carol Silva
01:54:18
Thank you Doug
Joseph Petitt (He/Him) LARRP
01:54:25
Thank you Doug
Presely Briley “Journey”
01:54:25
Definitely the community voice Doug
Jason Espinoza
01:54:30
Awesome Doug!
Rayceana Rocha
01:54:40
Thank you! All the children impacted should be a priority because that's the next gen
Alan Richards
01:54:48
Thank you Doug for sharing your story and shining light on the community work that’s being done in the trenches
Veronica Jaramillo
01:55:00
unity is needed. too much division.
Presely Briley “Journey”
01:55:01
You're doing an Amazing job Troy
Dominique Davis
01:55:11
we need to end the cycle of generational trauma
Jose Osuna (he/him)
01:55:13
Salute Troy!
Darlene Luca
01:55:20
Thank you, Doug.
Dolores Canales
01:55:25
Thank you @Doug Bond! Ugh the children :-( Wow @Troy I knew you were FIP but had no idea you were homeless too! Thanks for the work you both do for incarcerated and formerly incarcerated thats whats up!
LaTanya Ward
01:55:25
Grace & openness is not disregarding the asks of community who went through the struggle of making this all possible or having institutional representatives attempt to speak over our heads as tho we aren't best equipped for the tasks being uplifted.
Annalisa Mitchell
01:55:28
Well said it takes all of us to help any of us thank you Doug!
Presely Briley “Journey”
01:55:46
Now that;s speaking for the community
Tedman Cheung
01:55:52
Thank you Doug, well said!
Osas Otasowie
01:55:57
Hi Troy! Good to see you, and God bless you for the great work you are doing. Thank you for remembering the AV!!
Gina Viola she/her WP4BL
01:56:12
Second what LaTanya is saying!
Adriana Mendez
01:56:21
thank you Doug and Troy
Presely Briley “Journey”
01:56:40
Preach Troy!!!!!
Baba Akili BLMLA, FLHI
01:56:54
Has Susan Burton of A New Way of Life been contacted?
Dolores Canales
01:56:56
YESSSS Troy thats REAL! We have lost so many of our formerly incarcerated sisters :-(
Presely Briley “Journey”
01:57:04
We did it.... The community not the county
Barry Lindstrom (he/him) @ Amity Foundation
01:57:14
Lets help some more folks along side Troy Vaughn and LARRP....thanks Doug...
Dominique Davis
01:57:14
^
Ebani Abram
01:57:26
Exactly and its all of OUR money
Alan Richards
01:57:28
Troy we are grateful that you are a member of the community and here to be of service.
Carol Silva
01:58:20
Say that Troy :-))
Presely Briley “Journey”
01:58:24
People of Color, so there should be more color..
Dolores Canales
01:58:25
Whoa! From Victim to Victorious!!! Come on Now I know thats right!
Rayceana Rocha
01:58:25
Substance abuse curriculum would help.
Annalisa Mitchell
01:58:34
Stay Woke!
Wayne Garcia
01:58:37
Thank you both Doug and Troy on your leadership. Community support, resources, and mentorship is the key to defeat incarceration and overdoses in our community.
Presely Briley “Journey”
01:59:25
Speak on it Troy!!! this is called the TRUTH!!
Dolores Canales
01:59:31
Clapping hand emoji!!! A lot of them! Troy keep on and saying what communities need
Tina Padilla-Zamora
01:59:37
Speak ON
Ebani Abram
02:00:02
Absolutely! We are in a public health crisis, long before covid
Presely Briley “Journey”
02:00:13
Now this is a Presentation...
Dolores Canales
02:00:30
Right @Journey!!!!
Victoria G - Pride In Truth
02:00:37
All are invited to a Town Hall discussion TOMORROW @ 4:00 PM, regarding visitation for incarcerated people and strengthening rights and paths for family connections.
Victoria G - Pride In Truth
02:00:38
https://www.facebook.com/events/214519933707863
Annalisa Mitchell
02:00:46
Absolutely speak Troy we have a responsibility to set them up for success
Presely Briley “Journey”
02:00:55
More of this and less of the other stuff!!
Gabriela Vazquez
02:00:56
I agree with Baba Akili .. I think reaching out to Susan Burton is a great idea. And reaching out to TransLatinaCoalition leaders like Bamby needs to happen as well
Jose Osuna (he/him)
02:01:08
Thank you Elder Troy!
Roberta(she/her)Coalition for Engaged Education
02:01:09
Yes, public health! not just for those with insurance who don't care. they come out with nothing, they leave health last
David Bradshaw
02:01:15
Healthcare should include providers who are trusted by communities, respect culture and may not be licensed.
Annalisa Mitchell
02:01:30
Agree Teach!
Baba Akili BLMLA, FLHI
02:02:00
That is why we need universal health care not connected to employment a single payer system
Shadeequa Smith
02:02:12
^^^^^^^^
Dominique Davis
02:02:14
FAAAAAACTS
Roberta(she/her)Coalition for Engaged Education
02:02:26
yes Troy!
Ebani Abram
02:02:27
Yes!!!
Dominique Davis
02:03:00
Troy! Speak to em'!!!!
Jay (she/they)
02:03:00
pipeline of care, YES
Annalisa Mitchell
02:03:09
Teach Troy!
Alejandro Haezaert
02:03:20
great presentation
Ebani Abram
02:03:29
Exactly, so many intersections
Victoria G - Pride In Truth
02:03:36
Yesssss
Vanessa Martin
02:03:39
This is an excellent presentation, Troy!
Annalisa Mitchell
02:03:44
Real Talk straight talk!
Tedman Cheung
02:03:46
Fantastic presentation!
Vanessa Martin
02:03:47
YES TO SYSTEMS NAVIGATORS!
Ebani Abram
02:03:47
Whole person care
Jose Osuna (he/him)
02:03:56
Troy!!!!!!!!!
Wayne Garcia
02:04:02
Preach and teach it my friend...…...
Jay (she/they)
02:04:15
YES in our lifetime
Annalisa Mitchell
02:04:28
Break every chain !
Jose Osuna (he/him)
02:04:31
Lift it up brother
Anthony Garcia(he/him) LARRP
02:04:38
Amity(MCRP), ARC housing, & LARRP helped me in my transition after over a decade of incarceration. Now we need to expand, enhance, elevate, and make inclusive in our reentry systems. Making an overall Healthy Reentry must be our focus! Coming together is the only way.
Presely Briley “Journey”
02:04:53
You must listen to this Presentation
Ronald Taylor
02:05:06
Great points Troy! We can learn a lot from you
Annalisa Mitchell
02:05:50
Family support is key
Jose Osuna (he/him)
02:05:55
You continue to be a great teacher Troy!
Darlene Luca
02:06:09
Thank you, Troy!
Presely Briley “Journey”
02:06:10
touching almost all basis!!
Chrysta Wilson (she/her) on unceded Kizh-Tongva land
02:06:32
So much wisdom for reentry programs and services to identify the gaps to support our returning siblings and families in this chat and in these speakers.
Jay (she/they)
02:06:33
How do we connect/ outreach/ care for folks before they are even released?
Annalisa Mitchell
02:06:46
Absolutely we are better together
Veronica Jaramillo
02:07:09
yes collaboration.
Dominique Davis
02:07:19
I am a former ab109er
Victoria G - Pride In Truth
02:07:30
@ Jay - There are orgs that work with folks who are about to exit, assist with the exiting support, and reentry after. Pride In Truth is one of these organizations.
Dominique Davis
02:07:33
breaking Barriers needs funding
Dominique Davis
02:07:42
NOTE THIS PLEASE
Jay (she/they)
02:07:53
Thank you, Victoria!
Gabriela Vazquez
02:08:43
AB109 showed us that we should not have money move through LASD and Probation!
Lami J.Glenn LARRP LEADERS Academy Education Team Co-hort
02:08:54
Speak on it..
Joann Sanchez
02:08:58
@Anthony Garcia thank you for sharing, that's amazing!
Darlene Luca
02:09:01
Yes, Troy!!!
Victoria G - Pride In Truth
02:09:04
We need an entirely new channel of funding unrelated to the systems that cause us harm..
Jay (she/they)
02:09:04
Can we collect a list of all the great groups and efforts that are mentioned here doing reentry support?
Gina Viola she/her WP4BL
02:09:05
But this was the point of Measure J - to divest from legal and law enforcement and INVEST in communities
Bamby Salcedo
02:09:09
the money should go to the people and not the establishment
Baba Akili BLMLA, FLHI
02:09:10
Most of the $$ goes to law enforcement
Tim Kornegay
02:09:10
great point Troy
Dominique Davis
02:09:15
there should be someone noti.g solutions from the chat in real time
Jay (she/they)
02:09:21
Yes, Bamby
Victoria G - Pride In Truth
02:09:49
@ Dominique, most of these solutions are mirrored in the ATI recommendations
Lami J.Glenn LARRP LEADERS Academy Education Team Co-hort
02:09:49
Amity has grown and evolved over the years in terms of support and programming for returning citizens..
Jay (she/they)
02:10:15
Yes. We need autonomous, CBO, community land trusts efforts too for long term resilience.
Rayceana Rocha
02:10:23
Yes Lami...and then they hire us :)
Dontay Hayes
02:10:23
Amity…??
Bamby Salcedo
02:10:37
that is why we are here. to ensure that there is programs driven by our peoples and not by the establishment
Karlo Haros
02:10:55
AMEN Dontay!!!!!!
Bamby Salcedo
02:11:05
yes @Jay!!
Dontay Hayes
02:11:48
Yeah they don’t know the amity those of us released within the past six months that we know
Pamela Villasenor
02:12:06
WHO is being neglected: Native Americans, specifically the First Nations from these landsWHAT: Tribal Government have NOT been invited/allowed into the service process. In contrast, the Fernandeno Tataviam Band of Mission Indians had to secure a State contract for youth diversion.HOW to change: Embrace Tribal Consultation (this CAN work and is used by many state and federal entities). Embrace other ways of knowing including serving populations that are NOT place based (I.e. historically resilient communities that have gone underserved such as Native Americans. Embrace datasets that are not ONLY using/requiring ZIP Code based data sets. Embrace culturally competent programs and services. Currently ZERO county contracts are operated by Native Americans entities (there is a definition) with specific training to work with this population. Embrace new County infrastructure that is more flexible. Embrace a a framework that acknowledges that communities are their own experts. Embrace a program/services model
Dominique Davis
02:12:12
@victoria understood but of they are asking for us to uplift these places again why not note it agao. and run it with the i for gathered at the ati tables (i facilitated 2 ati workgroups)
Victoria G - Pride In Truth
02:12:12
Is anyone here expert or work with creating those community land trust type structures ?
Bamby Salcedo
02:12:25
we get the resources by allocating the resources to the people and not the police, probation etc
Lami J.Glenn LARRP LEADERS Academy Education Team Co-hort
02:12:34
Amity has grown since my days there in 2015.. multiple sites, ODR-Whole Person Care, more services than before, etc,
Dominique Davis
02:13:04
health right 360 el monte waldenhouse
Veronica Jaramillo
02:13:07
I can't wait to really look into all these slides. I'm exited to see what the process is and how it's put into action
Veronica Jaramillo
02:13:16
great presentation
Pamela Villasenor
02:13:36
…(continued for public comment) mbrace a program/services model that honors and allows community to offer needed supports. Embrace changes to the way contracting works that allows a more diverse set of incorporated entities to "do the work" (i.e. broader allowances for contracting agency types). Embrace trauma informed care, especially since some Native Americans have shared they did not receive Native American religious/ceremonial access while incarcerated, thereby were not treating all their traumas therefore not being healed. Embrace leveraging resources/other types of programs that are doing innovative work to help. Embrace differing evaluation methods (i.e. Indigenous programs have been developing their own evaluation models and collecting datasets that PROVE outcomes outside status quo "evaluations").
Veronica Jaramillo
02:13:41
excited
Baba Akili BLMLA, FLHI
02:13:57
We must shift the culture of punishment
Casey Massimino, Green Arrow CoLab (she/her)
02:14:09
Is there data that shows recidivism rate over time?
Annalisa Mitchell
02:14:11
Real talk educate
Casey Massimino, Green Arrow CoLab (she/her)
02:14:22
Time from release?
Veronica Jaramillo
02:14:37
yes educate 👏
Jamie Beck (she/her)
02:14:47
@Pamela yes so true!!!!
Annalisa Mitchell
02:15:34
Teach!
Casey Massimino, Green Arrow CoLab (she/her)
02:15:54
*ie: after 3 vs 6 months from release
Gabriela Vazquez
02:16:05
Reentry programs should also be harm reduction based not just 12 step programs or coercive treatment and programming. Sometimes all people need to re-enter is permanent housing
Daniel Romero
02:16:23
Teach Doug!!
Tim Kornegay
02:16:27
absolutely!
Daniel Rubio
02:16:35
yess
Annalisa Mitchell
02:16:42
Thank you we need to stay woke! keep teaching
Alan Richards
02:16:54
Thank you Doug. Amity, along with all the organizations represented here can work towards an effective way to change the landscape of impacted community
Bamby Salcedo
02:16:59
peer led programs are proven to work
Daniel Romero
02:17:01
Yes Collaboration ! We build together!
Vanessa Martin
02:17:02
Yes to service navigation and care coordination
Jay (she/they)
02:17:04
yes, trauma informed support, stipends for organizations that support alternatives to the police (will not immediately call the police)
Vanessa Martin
02:17:17
Yes to peer led, Bamby!
Annalisa Mitchell
02:17:28
We are better together
Baba Akili BLMLA, FLHI
02:17:29
When I was in prison and when I came out in the early 70’s there some support trying to end recidivism but a few year later it lock them up throw away the key because the people were Black
Joe Paul
02:17:35
Excellent presentation Troy and Doug!!
Sam Lewis
02:17:38
Union Jobs
Vanessa Martin
02:17:39
The research on what works in reentry focuses on mentors and peers
Sam Lewis
02:17:50
Fire Fighter Jobs
Roberta(she/her)Coalition for Engaged Education
02:17:56
thank you Amity, Doug and Troy, we need to collaborate with you and your team,
Bamby Salcedo
02:17:57
we also need to talk about incarcerated trans people and the criminality that Trans people face, particularly trans women of color
Sam Lewis
02:18:33
Jobs in the entertainment industry
Annalisa Mitchell
02:19:09
Excellent presentation
Gabrielle Melville
02:19:12
We need to see the amount of funding that was given to the CBOs who provide the services and how much was kept by the larger foundations and organizations
Tedman Cheung
02:19:43
Great presentation!!
Casie Casanova
02:19:47
#Salute Doug and Troy, great presentation!
Darlene Luca
02:19:55
Thank you, Doug and Troy! Awesome and informative presentation!!
Gabriela Vazquez
02:19:59
Bamby 1000% we need to include trans people experiencing incarceration
Veronica Jaramillo
02:20:19
thank you so much to all the presenters. but super thanks to Troy and doug
Ebani Abram
02:20:22
Thank you, much respect to LAARP and the work you all do
Alejandro Haezaert
02:20:24
Great presentation, thank you for your wisdom and voices
Lillian Marquez (She/Her), Amity Foundation
02:20:25
Great job, Doug and Troy! Thank you!
Wayne Garcia
02:20:29
Excellent presentation and appreciate the support by all......Community is the answer.
Carmen Jacinto
02:20:45
Thank you Doug and Troy! Excellent Presentation.
Alex Sizemore
02:20:45
thank you doug and troy, such a great presentation!
Jason Espinoza
02:20:46
Excellent presentation! Thank you Doug! Thank you Troy!
Mariana Mendoza
02:20:47
yes Bamby! and yes to harm reduction and peer-led support!
Elizabeth Carnes
02:20:48
Thank you Doug and Troy.
Daniel Romero
02:20:53
Go Doug and Troy!!! We truly appreciate you!!
Tina Padilla-Zamora
02:20:54
Great presentation guys. I learned a lot and realize I have a lot more to learn. Ben "Taco" Owens
Bamby Salcedo
02:21:09
thank you for the presentation. I'm glad this was not another "county presentation"
Dolores Canales
02:21:10
Totally agree @Bamby!
Mark Faucette
02:21:10
great job Troy and Doug !!!
Tasha Stiger
02:21:37
Thank you gentleman (Troy and Doug) the presentation was thoughtfully delivered and received.
Joann Sanchez
02:21:38
Great Presentation Doug and Troy!
Chris Serrano (he/him)
02:22:00
Does Amity offer help for members of the LGBTQIA+ community?
Reese Hart (she/her) - Tech Assistant
02:22:01
Current Stack:Shonique WilliamsPhillip Rock LesterTrent GrandberryKristian HulingTim KornegayAdriana MendezKacey BonnerJose Osuna
Shadeequa Smith
02:22:03
Can we get presentation info ahead of time so we can digest it before the meeting?
john fabian
02:22:16
Great Presentation, thank you!
Dana Cherry
02:22:17
we need to make sure lifers who are coming home with major medical concerns are linked to services and funding prior to being released and have access to care
Dana Cherry
02:23:09
I have no idea
Dominique Davis
02:23:33
victims services, gang intervention, sustainable housing, family reunification, elder services, care for system impacted people COMMUNITY BASED CARE
Dominique Davis
02:23:47
Phillip Prevention yesssss!!!!!
Elizabeth Carnes
02:23:53
!!!!!!
Anthony Garcia(he/him) LARRP
02:23:55
Formerly incarcerated also looks like: Accountants, lawyers, Nurses, Insurance brokers, Mortgage brokers, Real estate agents, entrepreneurs, Investors, Lenders / Bank owners, business owners, etc... We still have a lot of work to do regarding career / Job opportunities.
irma Cooper
02:24:05
excellent presentation from LARRP. Thank you troy Vaugh and Doug Bond
Elizabeth Carnes
02:24:15
Thank you Phillip
Jay (she/they)
02:24:17
Thank you Philip
Barry Lindstrom (he/him) @ Amity Foundation
02:24:19
Great presentation. Can we get a copy distributed, this was a lot of information to digest...?
Vanessa Martin
02:24:24
Yes to focusing on lifers. We should make sure Francisco Homes has a voice in this space.
Donald Ward
02:24:27
Pound of prevention quote was powerful!!!
Presely Briley “Journey”
02:24:44
Great Presentation Troy and Doug
Shadeequa Smith
02:25:00
Thanks Troy and Doug!
Darlene Luca
02:25:03
Great question Philip! Love the quote as well!
Dominique Davis
02:25:19
take away the problem of disparity to prevent incarceration
LaTanya Ward
02:25:28
Much agreed Anthony Garcia on the work that needs to be put into workforce development for reentries!
Lili Herrera
02:25:34
Education and awareness!
Bamby Salcedo
02:26:30
We need to be able to build healthy people. We need to look at a holistic way to address the disparities in our communities
Rayceana Rocha
02:27:02
JOBS JOBS JOBS and job training :)
Jay (she/they)
02:27:16
well paying jobs so people feel valued
Tina Padilla-Zamora
02:27:20
Thank you Tim
Presely Briley “Journey”
02:27:39
Absolutely Tim!!
PAMELA THOMPSON
02:27:46
Good point Tim.
Joe Paul
02:27:47
Agreed Tim!!
Sam Lewis
02:27:53
Tim speak the truth!!!!!!
Ebani Abram
02:27:56
Speak on it TIM!
Alex Sanchez
02:28:02
WE NEED TO MOVE GANG INTERVENTION OUT OF THE MAYORS OFFICE TO CITY OR COUNTY, BETTER YET MAKE IT PART OF THE YOUTH DEVELOPMENT DEPARTMENT.
LaTanya Ward
02:28:09
TIM!!!!!!!
Presely Briley “Journey”
02:28:10
Bravo Tim!!!!
Joe Paul
02:28:15
Agreed Alex!!
Shadeequa Smith
02:28:24
Yes Tim!!
Joseph Petitt (He/Him) LARRP
02:28:40
Agreed Tim. Thank you 🙏🏼
Dominique Davis
02:28:47
TIM!!!
Ebani Abram
02:29:00
HAVE to filter out those only interested in money….not healing ourselves and communities. We are watching and are not going for any more imposters!
Jason Espinoza
02:29:24
Great job Philip!
Jason Espinoza
02:29:36
Great job Tim!
Ebani Abram
02:29:52
Yes! Thank you Kacey!
Gabriela Vazquez
02:29:53
Yes thank you!
Gabrielle Melville
02:29:55
I meant as a voice of outcomes
Tina Padilla-Zamora
02:29:55
We already have the work such as Gang intervention and Gang Prevention work being done in and around Los Angeles, we need to bring them in and have them help form the spending of Measure J
Jamie Beck (she/her)
02:30:00
Great point Kacey!!
Dontay Hayes
02:30:07
Well said
Gabrielle Melville
02:30:16
Being that a lot of small organizations don't have a lot of data
Bamby Salcedo
02:30:18
There is also an infrastructure development that needs to happen in our communities, particularly small organizations who do not have access to county funding. that is why is important that they do not distribute the money internally but rather to our peoples!
Shadeequa Smith
02:30:31
^^^^^^
Baba Akili BLMLA, FLHI
02:30:40
Thank you Kacey Bonner
Jay (she/they)
02:30:43
Yes we need to recommend, clear, simple, maybe 3rd party held funding process. Not burdensome or with heavy reporting. Also Background checks process can be a burden and barrier
Jose Osuna (he/him)
02:30:53
#housingfirst
Bamby Salcedo
02:30:54
SPEAK KACEY!!
Sophia Li she/her
02:31:08
Thank you Kacey +++++++
Rayceana Rocha
02:31:12
Data collection is a good idea. Vet that process well though
MJ King
02:31:19
thank you Kacey
PAMELA THOMPSON
02:31:24
Good Points Kacey
Roberta(she/her)Coalition for Engaged Education
02:31:29
Adriana good points
Erica Gross (she/her)
02:31:31
Great comments Kacey!
Darlene Luca
02:31:35
Agreed Kacey!
LaTanya Ward
02:31:36
Well said Kacey!
Roberta(she/her)Coalition for Engaged Education
02:31:39
Kacey right on with data
Baba Akili BLMLA, FLHI
02:32:05
Black people and womwn
Alana Hassanein
02:32:15
Yes!
Bamby Salcedo
02:32:39
Who do I need to speak to about the opportunity to present about adequate services for trans people?
LaTanya Ward
02:32:41
YES JAY!
Presely Briley “Journey”
02:32:54
African Americans
Rayceana Rocha
02:33:08
poor people
Baba Akili BLMLA, FLHI
02:33:13
Black people and woman are the most impacted why isn’t one the co-chairs a woman or a Black person?
Dontay Hayes
02:33:18
The children who lost a parent ton this system for the past 20-25 years
Bamby Salcedo
02:33:23
we need to heal the intergenerational trauma that our peoples have experience from the system
Doug Bond
02:33:26
www.whanautahi.com best data system on generational change
Daniel Rubio
02:33:29
is already there ppl
Jose Osuna (he/him)
02:33:31
Trans people that have experienced incarceration
Darlene Luca
02:33:38
What about our youth who are impacted by mental health issues…age out of probation and end up homeless.
Phillip Rock Lester
02:33:40
African Americans!!
LaTanya Ward
02:33:59
AFRICAN AMERICANS.
Alex Sanchez
02:34:08
Everyone has different needs that impact their own communities.
Victoria G - Pride In Truth
02:34:09
Yesss Baby, we need to heal intergenerational trauma and heal families
chichi locci
02:34:15
elderly formally incarcerated it's no housing or employment that can sustain in re entry
Presely Briley “Journey”
02:34:52
Miles!!!!!
Rayceana Rocha
02:34:57
Hi Miles
Kacey Bonner (she/her)
02:36:14
Thank you Bamby for lifting up the needs of trans people throughout this process and making sure they are not left out of this process or services.
Sheila Pinkel she her
02:36:16
Transformative/restorative programs for pre and post incarcerated people for conflict resolution.
Dominique Davis
02:36:19
@Alex 💯
Roberto Luca (Co-Chair)
02:37:00
ARC inspired me while I was sitting in my cell with 2 life terms. Thank you ARC...
Doug Bond
02:37:24
Yes!!!! Thank you Myles
Jason Espinoza
02:37:33
ARC playeda huge role innmy
Presely Briley “Journey”
02:37:34
People Closest to the Problem is Closest to the Solution..
Chrysta Wilson (she/her) on unceded Kizh-Tongva land
02:37:50
^Truth
Casey Massimino, Green Arrow CoLab (she/her)
02:37:52
Are the slides supposed to be changing?
Phillip Rock Lester
02:38:06
Good!!
Rayceana Rocha
02:38:23
no casey massimino
Casey Massimino, Green Arrow CoLab (she/her)
02:38:34
Thanks Rayceana
Anthony Garcia(he/him) LARRP
02:38:39
@Robert Luca & @Jason Espinoza, Same here!
Jason Espinoza
02:38:49
ARC played a huge role in my transition! Awesome organization!
Dominique Davis
02:38:51
🖤💛
Sam Lewis
02:42:53
Simply doing the work everyday
Troy Vaughn
02:43:34
Great work ARC… Putting it in always…
Sam Lewis
02:44:33
75% of ARC staff are formerly incarcerated.
Tina Padilla-Zamora
02:44:57
Yes Prevention and Intervention Programs work
Dominique Davis
02:45:08
💜
Bamby Salcedo
02:46:44
we need to develop individualized case plans for people, in other words, work with them to designed what would work best for them rather than forcing them to do something that they do not want to do. People know what they need and want, not what we think they need or want. The work needs to be informed by the people
Casie Casanova
02:46:57
ARC is one of the leaders in this work and truly a collaborative organization, nice job Myles.
Tasha Stiger
02:47:09
Excellent job Myles
Lillian Marquez (She/Her), Amity Foundation
02:47:12
Good job Myles! I learned from you today.
Tommy Morris (He/Him) Anti-Recidivism Coalition
02:47:14
Great Job Myles!
Tina Padilla-Zamora
02:47:16
Thank you Myles
Troy Vaughn
02:47:19
Excellent job
Dominique Davis
02:47:21
great job Myles!!!!
Presely Briley “Journey”
02:47:22
Thank You Myles!!
Jason Espinoza
02:47:22
Great job Myles!
Josh Pynoos
02:47:23
Great job Myles!!
Darlene Luca
02:47:29
Great job, Myles!! Love ARC fam!
Michael Haymer
02:47:29
Thank you, Myles! Appreciate you
Barry Lindstrom (he/him) @ Amity Foundation
02:47:32
Great presentation Myles!
Núñez Esteban
02:47:40
thank you, Myles!
PAMELA THOMPSON
02:47:42
THANK YOU MILES
Reese Hart (she/her) - Tech Assistant
02:47:49
https://www.menti.com/1uzxr69bje
john fabian
02:47:55
A ride home should be a key component to successful reentry. Thank you Myles!
David Bradshaw
02:47:56
Thank you for the presentation. Excellent
Daniel Rubio
02:48:05
Arc Organization is on point
Dontay Hayes
02:48:13
Bamby that’s what germany does from the moment you are incarcerated for a crime. They have the lowest recidivism rate in the world
Reese Hart (she/her) - Tech Assistant
02:48:30
Menti: https://www.menti.com/1uzxr69bje
Alex Sanchez
02:49:15
Immigrant!!!!!
LaTanya Ward
02:51:43
AFRICAN AMERICAN GANGMEMBERS!
Rayceana Rocha
02:51:57
Women of color
Baba Akili BLMLA, FLHI
02:52:03
BLMLA help fund and did a lot of work to pass Measure J I question if wecan’t continue to be supportive unless there are Black woman in leadership of this committee
Rayceana Rocha
02:52:15
LGTBQ+
Dominique Davis
02:52:21
what is the code?
Baba Akili BLMLA, FLHI
02:52:26
Black woman
Tasha Stiger
02:52:31
African American/Black Families (children and families)
Dominique Davis
02:52:32
menti code
LaTanya Ward
02:52:39
I concur Baba Akili
Elena Nourrie (she/her)
02:52:40
The code is 23 84 07 4
Tina Padilla-Zamora
02:52:46
Brown and Black Women run Orgs
Rayceana Rocha
02:52:49
2384074
Reese Hart (she/her) - Tech Assistant
02:52:56
Link: https://www.menti.com/1uzxr69bje
Doug Bond
02:53:50
Family reunification
Baba Akili BLMLA, FLHI
02:54:18
Health care
Tina Padilla-Zamora
02:54:30
healing generational trauma
Baba Akili BLMLA, FLHI
02:55:27
Law enforcement is a barrier
Veronica Jaramillo
02:55:34
resources for men who have experienced domestic violence.
Alana Hassanein
02:55:42
Abolition.
David Bradshaw
02:56:03
Foster care youth need love
Sheila Pinkel she her
02:56:13
vocational and technical training.
john fabian
02:56:13
System impacted individuals with drug use disorder and mental health
Baba Akili BLMLA, FLHI
02:56:38
Common sense gun control;
Jamie Beck (she/her)
02:56:40
Post-conviction relief - In order to get jobs we need to help people clean up their criminal records so they can get a fresh start and not have barriers to getting jobs, housing, education, etc.
Jay (she/they)
02:56:46
yes, policing is a big barrier. need alternative crisis response measures
Barry Lindstrom (he/him) @ Amity Foundation
02:57:04
Black and minority owned housing providers with underused capacity given priority.
Bamby Salcedo
02:57:32
Yes, @JoseOsuna!
Dominique Davis
02:57:34
🙏👏🏾👏🏾👏🏾
Chrysta Wilson (she/her) on unceded Kizh-Tongva land
02:57:48
IF you haven’t entered your ideas, feel free to to share: https://www.menti.com/1uzxr69bje
Ebani Abram
02:58:00
YES!
Vanessa Martin
02:58:47
Yes to Bamby presenting. Could we also invite Susan Burton to speak?
Baba Akili BLMLA, FLHI
02:58:48
The same with Susan Burton sharing
Bamby Salcedo
02:58:51
Thanks @Gabriela <3
Ramy Kim (she/er/s)
02:59:10
+1 to Susan Burton and Bamby
Michael Haymer
02:59:32
+1 to Susan Burton and Bamby
Bamby Salcedo
03:00:00
I love Susan B!
Dontay Hayes
03:00:16
Thank you everyone. I appreciate your time. Have a peaceful and blessed night
Ebani Abram
03:00:25
ALL FACTS! Thank you Sam!
Tina Padilla-Zamora
03:00:32
YES!!!! PREVENTION ANS INTERVENTION
Jose Osuna (he/him)
03:00:35
+1 for Susan and Bambi!
Bamby Salcedo
03:00:36
Yes to that!!
Baba Akili BLMLA, FLHI
03:00:36
Yes, stop it before start a subcommittee
Presely Briley “Journey”
03:00:39
The Formerly Incarcerated....... We lived it!!!!
Jay (she/they)
03:00:57
Yes another committee for prevention and intervention, and also another subcommittee of formerly incarcerated folks only to review all of these suggestions
PAMELA THOMPSON
03:01:04
Very well said Sam Lewis
Troy Vaughn
03:01:10
Well said Sam
Dominique Davis
03:01:14
jay yaasss
Dontay Hayes
03:01:16
We should start that subcommittee. The formerly incarcerated. We know how to get it done
Presely Briley “Journey”
03:01:17
Another Sub Committee
Jose Osuna (he/him)
03:01:24
That’s right Alex!
Victoria G - Pride In Truth
03:01:42
yesssss
Rayceana Rocha
03:01:51
Undocumented friends should be made whole
Tim Kornegay
03:01:53
That's right Sam! Truths that can't be DENIED! w
Daniel Rubio
03:02:05
well said Alex
Jose Osuna (he/him)
03:02:08
Neighborhood approach
Presely Briley “Journey”
03:02:09
We cannot use the same approach to every neighborhood.
PAMELA THOMPSON
03:02:11
Thank you Alex. Good point
Bamby Salcedo
03:02:20
If there is an opportunity, I would like to say something...
Presely Briley “Journey”
03:02:37
Great Points Alex
Dontay Hayes
03:02:52
And it has continued in the transitional houses
Jamie Beck (she/her)
03:02:55
Yes!!!
New Opps Org. / Mariya B.
03:02:59
Yes !!
Victoria G - Pride In Truth
03:03:21
All are invited to a Town Hall discussion TOMORROW @ 4:00 PM, regarding visitation for incarcerated people and strengthening rights and paths for family connections. Event Details - https://www.facebook.com/events/214519933707863
Chrysta Wilson (she/her) on unceded Kizh-Tongva land
03:03:33
Reentry needs extra intentionality with Covid. Thanks for this.
Presely Briley “Journey”
03:03:40
Transparency Of Where the funds are actually going!!
Victoria G - Pride In Truth
03:03:42
Hosted by Coalition for Family Unity
Lillian Marquez (She/Her), Amity Foundation
03:03:43
Thank you, Jason.
Rayceana Rocha
03:03:46
Very little services as of now for our undocumented friends leading to increased drugs use, worsening mental health, and so on.
Presely Briley “Journey”
03:04:44
Very Questionable aboutnot having the voice of any Black Person..
Jay (she/they)
03:04:49
Black women abolitionists made this happen
Kacey Bonner (she/her)
03:05:20
Thank you Baba Akili
Presely Briley “Journey”
03:05:28
We spoke that at the first meeting!!
Gabriela Vazquez
03:05:34
Yes thank you Baba Akili for uplifting Susan Burton and other femme leaders from BLMLA
Ebani Abram
03:05:48
Absolutely!
Shadeequa Smith
03:05:50
Perhaps one of the chairs could give his seat to a Black woman
Presely Briley “Journey”
03:05:52
What about being on the subcommittee!!
Tasha Stiger
03:06:06
Thank you Sir Baba
Bamby Salcedo
03:06:17
but a Black Woman needs to be not just in this committee but in the ATI who is impacted!!
Doug Bond
03:06:45
Happy to talk with Susan about joining this conversation. Love the idea
Tasha Stiger
03:06:50
If a seat is rendered bylaws are irrelevant,
Victoria G - Pride In Truth
03:06:56
Go to facebook.com/AsmRobBonta tomorrow @ 4:00 PM for the Town Hall discussion
Tim Kornegay
03:07:07
What Shadeequa Said!!
Bamby Salcedo
03:07:13
I am sorry Roberto but you are justifying the system. That is awful!!
Jay (she/they)
03:07:14
This is where Roberts Rules is really limited/ traditional/ aka exclusionary. Maybe find a way to have a 3rd Black women cochair in practice even if it's not official. We need to change these processes
Myles Flournoy (He/Him/His)
03:07:21
Thank you, Roberto.
Gabriela Vazquez
03:07:37
What Jay said!
Bamby Salcedo
03:07:39
Yes @Jay!
Rayceana Rocha
03:08:19
Thank you and your heart is in it!
PAMELA THOMPSON
03:08:27
Thank you Roberto
Lillian Marquez (She/Her), Amity Foundation
03:08:36
Women often lead from a position without an important title. It's called ROBERTS RULES of order for a reason.
Anthony Garcia(he/him) LARRP
03:08:36
Ozell was Amazing! Thank you Robert
Presely Briley “Journey”
03:08:39
I believe in you Roberto
Tommy Morris (He/Him) Anti-Recidivism Coalition
03:08:40
thank you Roberto! love brother!!
Dominique Davis
03:08:44
thank you Robert
Sam Lewis
03:08:47
No matter what ARC will continue to support ALL formerly incarcerated people.
Bamby Salcedo
03:09:04
I move that we elect a Black Woman to be part of the leadership of this group even if its not acknowledged by the system
Sam Lewis
03:09:09
Thank you Robert.
Doug Bond
03:09:13
Collaboration and Community
Dontay Hayes
03:09:27
Thank You Sam and ARC for all that you do
Bamby Salcedo
03:09:28
it has never been sexy but it we are resilient!
Dolores Canales
03:09:47
Yes Tommy is excellent! I didnt get to hear Myles because I was on a call but I can imagine how great he did!!! Thank you all for your amazing work. And Sam I totally agree that no one can speak for the actual experience of spending days, years in a cell. And thank you to Roberto and Raymundo both for being open and transparent
PAMELA THOMPSON
03:09:50
That’s right Bamby I agree with you on that
Troy Vaughn
03:09:56
I felt that Roberto. What a blessing…
Jay (she/they)
03:09:58
I agree Bamby- we have a choice in how we practice real time even if its not on paper.
Doug Bond
03:10:08
Thank you Robert
Lillian Marquez (She/Her), Amity Foundation
03:10:20
Ozell was an incredible human being and many of us are better people because of him. His light continues to shine through the many people who's lives he touched.
Tasha Stiger
03:10:30
Thus, this is why its important to have a Black Woman in leadership in this space, because its not appropriate to use the word "sexy" in the context that you are using it. Respectfully stated, we need a seat to be relinquished.
Tim Kornegay
03:10:36
👍🏾
Rock
03:10:41
Absolutely!! that a fact in LA.💪🏿💪🏿
Ebani Abram
03:11:04
The pie AND the ingredients to bake more!
Victoria G - Pride In Truth
03:11:05
Our babies learn from our division and competition. We can change that
Presely Briley “Journey”
03:11:08
A couple shout outs to a few African Americans and I should feel appeased...
Bamby Salcedo
03:12:16
But the truth is that this particular system has been already set up. It has not been a community process. This how the system is wrong!
Dolores Canales
03:12:18
@Victoria SO True!!!! And not only can we change that but it should be our responsibility
Doug Bond
03:12:29
Ozell would be proud to see this and so many coming home. He was brought through a process by incredible women like Regina Slaughter and Naya Arbiter.
Roberta(she/her)Coalition for Engaged Education
03:13:11
yes, let's come together and be a new vision and force
Presely Briley “Journey”
03:13:12
Right Bambi.
Victoria G - Pride In Truth
03:13:23
@Dolores Yup!!
Elena Nourrie (she/her)
03:13:27
If you have recommendations on speakers, please send those to ati@lacounty.gov
Elena Nourrie (she/her)
03:13:48
County Website to access materials: https://ceo.lacounty.gov/measure-j-2021-spending/
Presely Briley “Journey”
03:13:56
why can't we have advanced notice of what's going to occur at the next mettig
Ebani Abram
03:14:11
Thank you, good night everyone
Chrysta Wilson (she/her) on unceded Kizh-Tongva land
03:14:12
Agendas are posted on the main website
Dolores Canales
03:14:14
Thank you and good night everyone great meeting!