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RESULTS Monthly National Webinar - Shared screen with speaker view
Stephen Arnold
20:40
So grateful for everyone's participation
Oscar Lanzi
21:18
Hello from Chicago!
Meredith Dodson (she/her), RESULTS
21:32
Here is the great piece on housing that Anita worked to get published: https://www.fool.com/the-ascent/personal-finance/articles/as-evictions-rise-nationwide-these-people-are-doing-something-about-it/?utm_term=social_share
Misty Novitch
21:39
Hey y’all from Georgia!
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21:40
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Jack Jarvis (he/him)
21:48
Excited to join this morning!
Ken Patterson, RESULTS (he/him)
22:31
Welcome Jack, Misty, Oscar!
Sara Buckingham
22:46
Good morning from Dena’ina lands in Alaska!
Lynne Patalano
23:18
Good morning from Beaumont, California
Jan Kleinman
24:14
Hi everyone, from Baltimore, MD, former Piscataway (and other groups) land
Breanne Olwan
24:33
Good afternoon!
Lisa Marchal
24:51
So glad everyone's here for the important conversations. Welcome!
Mary Domingo
24:52
Hello everyone, Mary Domingo from Wisconsin
Sarah Smith
25:09
Thank you for being here Mr. Tegeler!
Lisa Huron
25:12
Good Morning everyone from Austin, Texas
Sarah Leone, RESULTS, She/Her
26:31
Joining you all from Kickapoii lands here in Fort Wayne, Indiana!
Collin Hepworth
26:51
Morning everyone from Boise!
Michael Santos
27:06
For more information about fair housing, read more here: https://results.org/blog/housing-justice-is-racial-justice/. More information about PRRAC here: https://www.prrac.org/vision/.
Aashiya Kolengaden
28:31
Good afternoon everyone!
Philip Tegeler
29:30
https://www.housingmobility.org/press-release-mobility-works-praises-inclusion-of-25-million-for-housing-mobility-services-in-bipartisan-fy-2022-omnibus-spending-bill-3-17-22/
Philip Tegeler
31:19
http://www.prrac.org/pdf/housing-choice-voucher-reform-agenda.pdf
Michael Santos
31:26
HUD = Department of Housing and Urban Development.
Susan Oehser
32:53
Thank you for being here, Phil. I'm getting a few points from your presentation that I'd like to share with others.
Alan Newberg
33:43
How soon will these benefits become available on the ground?
Susan Oehser
34:39
House can I talk to landlord friends to encourage them to rent to section 8 tenants?
Alan Newberg
35:19
Who will qualify? How about low income single males?
Betsy Suero Skipp
35:42
In FL we have a large concentration of charter schools finding by the state further taking away funds for public schools
Philip Tegeler
35:42
http://www.prrac.org/pdf/HousingLocationSchools2018.pdf
David Burns
35:43
For New Jersey, how do the Mt. Laurel Decisions affect NJ housing?
Philip Tegeler
37:13
http://www.prrac.org/pdf/Disrupting_the_Reciprocal_Relationship_JCHS_chapter.pdf
Lynne Patalano
37:18
When my husband was on our local planning commission, I was fortunate to go to a California state conference for planning commissioners, and the focus was on economically-integration for mixed-use development, near public-transportation, retail, and parks. My question is this: wouldn’t federally-incentivized pilot programs to develop better economically-integrated housing areas?
Philip Tegeler
37:55
school-diversity.org
Michaiyla Carmichael
37:59
Will these benefits and programs address gentrification and housing displacement?
yvonne montoya
38:44
redistricting has created a huge disparity in the quality of education certain areas are receiving
yvonne montoya
40:33
So. California has now restricted housing vouchers to the San Bernadino area where there is no real access to opportunities.
Kit Logsdon Columbus OH
40:47
How well do children living in poverty cope with the peer pressure when attending higher opportunity schools. If they can't afford the life style, do they still experience segregation?
Juliana Zhou, CLASP (she/her)
41:00
How should those working in immigration policy with asylum seekers and refugees be thinking about the housing crisis?
Susan Oehser
42:20
What do we say to MOC in rural areas about vouchers, housing?
Leslye Heilig
43:56
There is similar civil rights issues in rural areas
Danielle Bautista
44:10
I’ve seen a number of articles about “universal rent.” What are your thoughts about vouchers versus universal rent?
yvonne montoya
44:17
Leslye, I agree with you
yvonne montoya
44:28
100%
Philip Tegeler
44:32
ptegeler@prrac.org
yvonne montoya
45:30
Perhaps we need to have a separate discussion on rural area housing to address their needs
Joanne Carter
45:42
Thanks so much for being with us, Phil. and for your critical work.
Janet Brumbaugh
47:36
Yes I feel we should be discussing rural poverty as well as all people who face disparity.
Michael Santos
49:40
For those who also want to follow up with me on some of the issues we discussed today, you can reach out to me at msantos@results.org.
Delores Lyons
49:50
Yes Yvonne Montoya, I think it is a separate discussion because while the issues in rural areas are indeed civil rights issues, they are generally not racial issues. At the same time, poor people in rural areas have the same issues of poverty as people in the city. Poverty is poverty, but unfortunately we have systems that impact the two groups differently.
Randolph Splitter
49:50
What do we say to people who say that public spending increases inflation?
Meredith Dodson (she/her), RESULTS
51:19
@Randy our latest blogpost helps address this -- in particular, the minimal impact of extending the CTC on inflation: https://results.org/blog/the-latest-from-capitol-hill-on-recovery-package/. And more in this CBPP piece: https://www.cbpp.org/blog/inflation-report-underscores-urgency-to-extend-child-tax-credit-expansion
Misty Novitch
51:20
Wow!!!!!
Oscar Lanzi
53:29
Welcome Peter!
Meredith Dodson (she/her), RESULTS
54:22
On the conversation about rural poverty, a reminder that rural communities are more diverse than often portrayed in the media. Here is a NETWORK report and a great panel from a few years back that dives into this more: https://networklobby.org/raisingruralvoices/.
Meredith Dodson (she/her), RESULTS
54:39
And thank you Phil for joining us, and great to have you on Peter!
Leslye Heilig
55:13
Yes @meredith—rural areas are amazingly diverse
Roger Hudson
57:42
So offices on the hill are receiving constituents in person now, "post-COVID 19?"
Roger Hudson
58:20
Are Peter's stats for GFATM-supported programs, of overall for world?
Delores Lyons
59:26
I agree that rural areas are quite diverse, unfortunately it's not viewed that way so thank you Meredith for the Network Report. 👍
Michael Santos
01:00:37
@yvonne, delores, janet, I'd love to have an offline discussion about rural poverty and the intersection with housing. Please feel free to reach out to me directly and happy to take the conversation offline.
Lisa Marchal
01:00:44
Roger, visitors are able to meet in congressional offices in more limited and controlled ways now, but I'll wait to see if others who live in Washington, DC (I'm in Indiana) have any more specific information on how it's working these days.
Leslye Heilig
01:01:17
@ Michael—you can include me as well
Delores Lyons
01:01:57
Will do Michael.
Joanne Carter
01:02:22
please post questions in the chat!
Jack Jarvis (he/him)
01:03:06
I can’ remember — do we know when the replenishment conference is happening?
Joanne Carter
01:03:58
late September or early October.
Ken Patterson, RESULTS (he/him)
01:04:25
Will the $18 billion help us also prepare for future pandemics?
Beth Wilson, Olalla, WA (she/her)
01:05:22
If memory serves, the Trump administration did not send a delegation to make a pledge at the last conference in France. The US Congress sent a delegation of MOCs to make it's pledge. Those MOCs might be especially strong international advocates.
Leslye Heilig
01:05:27
Will the Global Fund support current efforts to get Congress to allocate any money to global COVID vaccinations
Lynne Patalano
01:06:23
Is it likely that there will be an opportunity for supportive MoCs to speak at the Replenishment Conference? Or should we try to get them to make statements in the media (which seems like a tough ask in contentious election year)?
Jack Jarvis (he/him)
01:07:52
Is the Global Fund supporting any efforts to increase access to PrEP around the world?
Collin Hepworth
01:08:34
Is there anything we can do to get other countries on board to help with the global fund that currently are not?
Louisa Barkalow
01:12:24
Dr Paul Farmer set the bar Health Care Equity. Let’s honor this great doctor by demanding EQUITY
Dorothy Monza
01:12:56
We have heard recently about the reversal in progress on TB. Are you seeing such severe reversals in the other diseases? Does the global fund have a plan to “catch up” on TB given how so many TB resources were redirected to covid-19?
Collin Hepworth
01:15:26
Thank you!!
Jack Jarvis (he/him)
01:15:31
Do you have any concern about what happens with the funding for the third year of funding, and what could happen if Democrats lose control of Congress?
Jack Jarvis (he/him)
01:16:26
Thank you!
Debbie Hoover
01:17:54
Thank You so much for this meeting.Great information!!
Sarah Leone, RESULTS, She/Her
01:17:59
Thank you so much Peter!
Meredith Dodson (she/her), RESULTS
01:18:01
A quick chime-in re DC lobbying -- it is still very limited and I think most/all visitors have to be escorted by Congressional staff. But have heard from staffers that they are getting people coming in for meetings. Overall there is a phased reopening, a bit more here: https://www.nytimes.com/2022/03/23/us/politics/capitol-reopening-tourists.html?unlocked_article_code=AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAACEIPuomT1JKd6J17Vw1cRCfTTMQmqxCdw_PIxftm3iWka3DODmwZiPkORJCH_0bRZKF4INA6xzWHQ9sEKrIoXPF0z-lQelBqVhOpuYef3pQZJiF_4aSCYlQL5bOfF7Yp7W2tKWCjNOZ0wLD44U6IbWDtCqfA1nR2IxJip5dkaQmo0XYXlq7GG-Ej2tN-3PgiFYk6EWlbHFSCuPLrDxh_PtiUPFqLukRtBbYvCXyElsWc6rkAbAxUFVvGKXt66mo649lYU8gFaOe9d1VzPZqj3shCTzBgP4yrBJYuRoTLlr4MsbDFrRGEysXe1OwhGWbrbqerhg-wk3Q7U0N-&smid=url-share (gift link) and also here https://www.cnn.com/2022/03/14/politics/us-capitol-reopening-covid/index.html.
Roger Hudson
01:24:41
Are we not doing a push/letter on education and GPE in particular?
Louisa Barkalow
01:24:54
Why is this info in blog ? Instead of actions
Roxanne Allen
01:24:57
Many offices have forms instead of taking letters. They are sometimes hard to figure out. How do we negotiate them?
Ken Patterson, RESULTS (he/him)
01:25:01
https://results.org/blog/fy23-appropriations-tell-congress-to-fund-the-fight-against-poverty/
Beth Wilson, Olalla, WA (she/her)
01:25:17
Can you please clarify the difference between Maternal Child Health and our Nutrition ask?
Betsy Suero Skipp
01:25:20
What if your MOC is on appropriations will they accept out request
Cynthia Tschampl
01:26:12
Say it isn’t so, John!!
Carter Davis
01:26:12
The scorecard has been really helpful in making connections to MoC past decisions to make requests!
Beth Wilson, Olalla, WA (she/her)
01:26:56
So sorry to hear this!
Misty Novitch
01:27:02
😱😱😱
Misty Novitch
01:27:06
Nooooooooooo
Lisa Marchal
01:27:14
To share a farewell for John: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSciFO1vsfvLc1kWdSBZkoJLQ41GqKY2h1ojHtA4jJ1Kd7fTAQ/viewform
Cynthia Tschampl
01:27:15
😭
Breanne Olwan
01:27:24
Wishing John the best!
Misty Novitch
01:27:28
Don’t let him leave! Someone stop him!!
Delores Lyons
01:28:03
Oh Wow... Jon, we will definitely miss you! Best wishes in your new endeavors.
Lisa Marchal
01:28:33
Again, to share a farewell message for John: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSciFO1vsfvLc1kWdSBZkoJLQ41GqKY2h1ojHtA4jJ1Kd7fTAQ/viewform
Anish Pedi (he/him)
01:28:41
is that incliding you
Kathleen Duncan
01:29:25
There were eight RESULTS Houston folks who joined virtually. We were not together .... yet
Peter Stoel
01:30:10
Dear John, thank you for all your work with us, especially the briefings at the National Conferences before we headed to the Hill! Best Wishes, Peter
Margaret Smith
01:30:45
14 or 15 plan to be at our local Zoom following this. No idea who is on now.
Kit Logsdon Columbus OH
01:31:39
Should we also birddog the candidates for Congress & Senate?
Ken Patterson, RESULTS (he/him)
01:31:59
https://results.org/conference/advocacy-day/.
Lisa Peters
01:36:36
what is the current guidance re: sending letters to Congress? is mail, email, or facing best?
Lisa Peters
01:36:40
*faxing
Martha Karnopp
01:37:17
Now that most"letters" to MoC's are emails, what do you suggest for a letter-writing meeting? Have everyone bring thief laptops? what about people who don's have one?
Ken Patterson, RESULTS (he/him)
01:37:36
via their website is good, hand-carrying is still good. emailing works too.
Ken Patterson, RESULTS (he/him)
01:38:04
You can have folks bring laptops, but hand-writing will stand out if you decide to do that
Ken Patterson, RESULTS (he/him)
01:38:50
typing and printing to hand deliver when you can gets you a couple of ways to share letters
Roxanne Allen
01:39:44
Domestic-global question: do we have any specific material to help us get both keep domestic Covid funding and expand global access? I’m concerned that there are discussions about moving global funding to domestic funding after those funds were cut.
Ken Patterson, RESULTS (he/him)
01:41:51
There was an action set out to all Senate point people on Friday on global covid funding. We need all Senate point people to take that action to protect global covid funding in the supplemental currently being considered.
Lynne Patalano
01:42:03
Our group used to send hand-written letters to the MoCs LOCAL offices… it gets our names out to them, they forward to DC and/or show to MoCs when the Congress is on recess. We know that Congress will be on recess during the month of April, so letters sent to local offices this month will likely reach the MoCs when they are not in DC buried in committee meetings!
Ken Patterson, RESULTS (he/him)
01:42:20
There will be a similar action broadcasted on Monday.
Susan Oehser Oakland she/her
01:43:41
Wonderful enrollment practice, Sarah and Jos.
Collin Hepworth
01:44:36
Great job!!
Kenya Marshall
01:44:46
that was good!
Aishu Narasimhadevara
01:44:57
Excellent job!
Craig Roshaven
01:45:16
Very well done. Great objections Jos!
David Plasterer
01:45:35
Great job Sarah and Jos!
Lisa Huron
01:45:39
Thank you for the presentations, great work!
Cynthia Tschampl
01:46:09
Woo hoo Karen!
Joanne Carter
01:46:20
Some responses on prior appropriations questions: The sign-on letter on Maternal and child health and nutrition includes an overall ask on maternal and child health ($1.1B) and within that $300M for nutrition. If members of Congress as you to fill out a specific request form on appropriations, you can be in touch with grassroots impact staff or our policy staff and we can support you if it's complicated.
Cynthia Tschampl
01:46:29
Oops, I meant, Woo Hoo Karyne!!
Lisa Marchal
01:46:55
Confidence is building . . . !!!
Sarah Leone, RESULTS, She/Her
01:46:56
Yes Karyne is absolutely fantastic and can support you with your outreach endeavors!
Leslye Heilig
01:47:14
Karyne is awesome💜
Lisa Marchal
01:47:59
Karyne Bury - kbury@results.org
Martha Karnopp
01:48:20
In looking at the first poll, the question was how many people are with you? So groups of 2 would answer !. I think you should reword the question.
Melessa Rogers
01:50:12
Happy Spring everyone!!
Jack Jarvis (he/him)
01:50:24
Thank you!
Lisa Huron
01:50:32
Thank you Everyone!
Breanne Olwan
01:50:33
Bye everyone ! Thank you
Roxanne Allen
01:50:35
Bye, everyone! See you next month!
Mark Coats
01:50:36
THanks! Go Eloise - LTE in today's paper!
Anita Lee
01:50:39
Bye everyone!
Mark Coats
01:51:09
bye
Bernadine Williams
01:51:09
Have a great month of advocacy!
Lisa Marchal
01:51:32
Have a wonderful weekend, all!