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Dr. Charisse Burden Stelly - Shared screen with speaker view
Cassi Pittman Claytor
02:06:45
We didn’t talk about his but I just thought about social media, where Blacks are innovators but don’t benefit from ownership.
Amy Khare
02:07:40
We talked about public housing destruction and the creation of housing mobility and mixed-income communities
Michael Dover
02:09:10
Amy Khare in our group pointed out that beyond gentrification racial capitalism is functioning to expropriate vast amounts of land and buildings in central cities via a variety of processes that undermine black power and re-direct this land to control of the power structure. My best effort at a summary of her salient points.
Michael Dover
02:13:42
Mandel School Prof. Khare's point consistent with DuBois quoted by Burden-Selly in MR article: "The doctrine of forcible economic expansion over subject people must go.”
Cassi Pittman Claytor
02:16:34
Does BLM call for a redistribution of wealth?
Mary Erdmans
02:18:51
To Cassie: Isn’t “defunding” about redistributing resources differently?
Casey Albitz
02:18:56
Cassi - I would say yes that the call to defund the police asking for a reallocation of those resources
Casey Albitz
02:19:07
(ditto Mary)
Dale Dannefer
02:20:24
My guess is that most of the suburban houses displaying BLM signs would not be too receptive to Charisse's overall critique
Braveheart Gillani
02:21:12
+1 Dr Dannefer!
Tim Black
02:24:47
Claudia Jones?
Amy Khare
02:26:02
BLM also calls reparations. “Reparations for the wealth extracted from our communities through environmental racism, slavery, food apartheid, housing discrimination and racialized capitalism in the form of corporate and government reparations focused on healing ongoing physical and mental trauma, and ensuring our access and control of food sources, housing and land….Reparations for the continued divestment from, discrimination toward and exploitation of our communities in the form of a guaranteed minimum livable income for all Black people, with clearly articulated corporate regulations.”
Amy Khare
02:26:03
https://m4bl.org/policy-platforms/reparations/
Michael Dover
02:31:35
Wonderful presentation, thanks. Have 2:00pm about Ending Institutional Racism in Higher Education: https://academeblog.org/2020/07/09/ending-institutional-racism-in-higher-education/. On Sojourner’s Gerald Horne’s 2019 White Supremacy Confronted: US Imperialism, Anti-Communism vs. the Liberation of South Africa discusses their work. I cited the SACP’s Joe Slovo to support my critique of an Andy’s Clarno’s approach to racial capitalism my 2019 H&S theory of human injustice: https://journals.sagepub.com/doi/epub/10.1177/0160597619832623.- Mike Dover, Cleveland State University
Jason Grant Brooker
02:38:19
racial residential segregation, homelessness, and medical bias
Rebecca Manning
02:39:38
In addition, COVID vaccination research, testing, and trials mainly occurring in African nations.
Cassi Pittman Claytor
02:44:52
I have a question
Charisse Burden-Stelly
02:50:43
Ethnological schadenfreude
Charisse Burden-Stelly
02:50:46
J. Lorand Matory
Charisse Burden-Stelly
02:57:36
cburden@carleton.edu
Jacob Rivera
02:57:41
Thank you, Dr. Burden-Stelly for visiting us!
Charisse Burden-Stelly
02:57:46
Please feel free to send questions
Rebecca Manning
02:57:47
This was an amazing talk and I've learned so much from you. Thank you!
Dyanna Burnham
02:57:52
Thank you!
Abolade Oladimeji
02:57:52
Thanks
Marissa Gilbert
02:57:53
Thank you