SUN NOTES: Community Engagement Breakout Session
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Du Boisian Scholar Network, 2019 Convening
Session Notes
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Note Taker(s):Nabila Islam
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Email of Note taker(s):nabila_islam@brown.edu
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Date:Sun, May 5
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I. TopicsII. Summary CommentsIII. Action Item
IV. Date of First Contact/Follow Up
V. Contact Lead Name(s)VI. Contact Lead Email
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Outstanding questionsDon't trust my institution with the people I care about. what do I do in that case?
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Concretely learning from network folks how to leverage and mobilize funds from universitiesTraining; best practices; benchmarking - these should be ongoing conversation as part of the website
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Leverage the expertise of university staff
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Partnering with corporate or law firms to further emancipatory goals
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Engaging with mediaOp-edsKalfani Ture
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Developing digital info centers and public communication (podcasts, etc.; use campus media, etc.)
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Partnering with journalists - the researcher is the resource for data and ideas; both feed them information/ story ideas and invest in relationships with them by reading their other work, etc.
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Community IRBsEstablish community review boards (examples: Ross Community College, American Bar Foundation, Sovereign Nation, Community Campus Partnership/ Community Partners Research); the DBSN can create an endorsable processJadelle
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Do a SWAT Analysis (marketing term from Nicole GVC) for community irbs so that the processes we create don't backfire or create incentives for institutions like the police to create their own irbs
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Engaging the community in the conversationMove the convening off-campus like churches, community centers, and other publicly accessible places
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Develop data sharing agreements with community groups
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Making the research digestible for a public audience
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Engage children and elders and facilitate intergenerational conversations and knowledge sharing
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Engage artists
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Create accessible archives that are based in the community
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DBSN - Inward-facingIf the network wants to prioritize actions, then the action-oriented breakout sessions should receive at least the same amount of time instead of half
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Themes: Survey + FormGeorgina M, George G, Nabila I
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Add Community Engagement folder to the Pedagogy folder already created on Google DriveLaura Garbes, Tina Park
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Identifying what are DBSN members' multiple communities and how they position themselves; this applies to academics and activistsCrystal Eddins
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Locating the members' publics and foregrounding community knowledge first (because university is a secondary epistemic space)
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Develop counter-narratives for those who troll our works in our departments
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Working to build a justice-focused working group at your institution or community space
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Different social justice institutions - fleshing out/ auditing what the landscape looks like at various universitiesPam Oliver
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Create a group chat or something similar so that we can mobilize easily to partner with progressive movements/ initiatives (example from Crystal E: mobilizing for HR40, the congressional bill to study reparations for slavery)Nabila Islam, Crystal Eddins
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Develop a list of social justice related themes
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Summary Comments from the session:
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