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RESULTS Monthly National Webinar - Shared screen with speaker view
JoAnne Gostas
23:09
Hello from Cheyenne WY where it's mild - already 50 degrees!
Lisa Marchal
23:21
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Leslye Heilig
23:36
Hello from western Massachusetts
Lindsay Saunders (she/her/hers)
23:56
Thank you so much for highlighting this important value and that key element, Meredith. Appreciate your leadership tremendously in our AO work.
Carole Dodson
24:05
Hello from Houston, Texas!
Lindsay Saunders (she/her/hers)
31:20
I love Diane on Twitter. Great info and personality comes through as she's been "warrioring" for the housing and equity issues! I live on there too. @LindsayKelleyS
Susan Oehser
33:35
Our new RESULTS member in Oakland, CA is Chanel Falk. Chanel spoke very movingly in our California meeting with Senator Feinstein's aides about her experience with disability, homelessness and difficulty waiting a year getting a section 8 voucher. She then found no affordable housing in SF under section 8. Chanel found many landlords who knew nothing about section 8. She pointed out that there is a big need to educate and encourage landlords about section 8. Chanel also had her first letter to the editor published in East Bay Times. Yay. Chanel.
Joanna DiStefano
34:13
WTG, Chanel!
Ashley Swaby
34:19
Yay, Chanel!!!!!! Way to go! Outstanding
Meredith Dodson, RESULTS (she/her)
35:22
for more on the rental assistance passed in the last few COVID relief packages: https://results.org/blog/latest-from-capitol-hill-on-coronavirus-and-poverty/
Joanna DiStefano
36:06
are there significant differences in affordable housing needs and solutions between urban and rural areas?
Randolph Splitter
38:03
Question from Tom Corbett (who is getting a COVID shot): Given that existing housing is in poor condition or even unsafe, should we prioritize rehabilitating existing affordable housing or building new housing?
Patsy O'Shea
38:56
Yes, do rehab of existing homes too.
Ashley Swaby
39:03
I just yesterday received my copy of Color of Law by Richard Rothstein ("a forgotten history of how our government segregated America"). Very excited to read!
Jos Linn (pronouns: he/him)
40:11
President Biden's infrastructure plan released this week includes over $200 billion for building up housing supply, which includes building new units and improving existing ones
John Cole
40:33
Are people on disability assistance eligible for Choice
Michael Santos, RESULTS (he/him)
40:37
To get more information about the asks and issues that Diane had raised, you can check out: https://nlihc.org/housed
Carole Dodson
41:21
I have a friend whose brother had to wait 8 years to get an apartment using housing assistance.
Lisa Schliff
41:33
I recommend that everybody read "The Color of Law" by Rothstein to get a thorough and accurate understanding of why we are where we are in housing in America.
Sara Buckingham
44:31
Do the vouchers have rental deposits (first/last/cleaning/pet) included?
Michael Santos, RESULTS (he/him)
44:46
FMRs mean fair market rents
Michael Santos, RESULTS (he/him)
44:55
they are tied to local communities
Carole Dodson
44:59
Thanks Diane for commenting on the need to support schools in the neighborhoods where people already live.
janet brumbaugh
45:39
Are there measures in place to ensure that landlords do not raise rents because of vouchers?
Lucinda Winslow
45:40
What are they called again? Small area…?
Delores Lyons
46:02
FMR?
Hwa Young Lee
46:03
Small area FMRs
Jim Driggers
46:22
Tax credits appeal to libertarians and conservatives more than direct aid.
Carole Dodson
46:29
Please plan to join our second discussion on the book The Color of Law on April 28. We will focus on the last 4 Chapters.
Michael Santos, RESULTS (he/him)
46:31
Re: question about HCV and security deposit, the agency administering the voucher pays the security deposit if the landlord asks for that
Michael Santos, RESULTS (he/him)
47:33
People with disabilities may be eligible for housing choice vouchers
Hwa Young Lee
50:16
Thank you, Diane! This was so informative!
Sara Buckingham
50:16
Will the increase in vouchers drive the market build more housing?
Michael Santos, RESULTS (he/him)
50:19
Someone asked about prioritizing rehabilitating affordable housing - yes, we are asking Congress and President Biden to prioritize this and is included in our asks, now and in the future
Rayna Castillo
50:22
So informative, thank you!
John Cole
50:24
Thank you Diane!
Ashley Swaby
50:33
That was stunning. Thanks, Diane!
Lindsay Saunders (she/her/hers)
50:40
We appreciate your partnership. Thank you, Diane!
Timea Renfrow
50:59
That was very informative
Ashley Swaby
51:09
Hello, Michael and Max!!
Roxanne Allen
51:12
What was the number for housing in the Rescue bill?
Michael Santos, RESULTS (he/him)
51:49
https://reports.nlihc.org/gap
Jos Linn (pronouns: he/him)
55:43
Roxanne, $21 billion for rent relief, $4 billion for those experiencing homelessness, and $5 billion in utility assistance
Hwa Young Lee
56:00
Thank you, Joanne
Meredith Dodson, RESULTS (she/her)
56:46
Now that I'm able to read the chats without getting distracted, way to go Chanel and other RESULTS California folks!
Roxanne Allen
56:48
Thanks, Jos.
Michael Santos, RESULTS (he/him)
58:38
@Roxanne, $50B in housing and homelessness assistance in American Rescue Plan
Roxanne Allen
01:00:23
Thanks, Michael!
Meredith Dodson, RESULTS (she/her)
01:00:29
For those interested in more discussion on our housing work, will put info in the chat so you can register. First one: First 100 Days Office Hour (focused on coaching for lobby meetings)Monday, April 5, 4:00 pm ET Join at tinyurl.com/2y6pqtcf, passcode 2030
Meredith Dodson, RESULTS (she/her)
01:00:46
Monthly Policy Forum: Evictions 101. Why It’s Important for the Federal Government to Act NOWSpecial Speaker: Michael Santos, RESULTS Senior Policy AssociateThursday, April 15, 8:00 pm ET Register at:https://results.zoom.us/meeting/register/tJEoc-CvrD4oGNLFmh30yEWDpdb0JypCRveT
Meredith Dodson, RESULTS (she/her)
01:01:28
Color of Law follow up discussion hosted by our Grassroots Anti-Oppression Working Group on April 28, register here: https://results.zoom.us/meeting/register/tJAldu-ppzkoE9Zf_Qs-R-5a8KeIqHGsjvB6.
Lindsay Saunders (she/her/hers)
01:01:43
Always a powerful statement from you. Thank you so much for your inspiring leadership, Joanne. So grateful to be on this journey with you.
Meredith Dodson, RESULTS (she/her)
01:02:48
and please take the Anti-Oppression Survey Joanne mentioned: https://survey.alchemer.com/s3/6249181/Anti-Oppression-and-Equity-SurveyDeadline to complete it is Tuesday, April 13
Lindsay Saunders (she/her/hers)
01:03:40
There's our group on that NC map! So proud of all the work of so many new advocates with RESULTS Raleigh and across this country. Your growth and bold actions are so inspiring!
Hwa Young Lee
01:03:58
Congratulations, Lindsay!
Blake Jensen
01:04:26
Great work, everyone!! Go, NC!! :)
Lucinda Winslow/she-her
01:04:57
We learned from a NH meeting that Sen. Collins is likely to be working in a bi-partisan way. How can we get advocates to her?
David Plasterer
01:05:34
Shout out to all my Indiana advocates! So proud of how well we all work together and all of the meetings we have had already! Thank you!
Lisa Marchal
01:05:39
Great work, everyone! Let's keep going!
Leslye Heilig
01:05:42
I can look at my DFW contact lists in Maine
Craig Roshaven
01:07:02
I love the idea of numbering our requests.
Lindsay Saunders (she/her/hers)
01:07:15
Polite persistence usually pays off folks! Keep at it. Love that idea of numbering too, Craig.
Leslye Heilig
01:07:16
That worked for me recently
Jim Driggers
01:07:45
Hard to ignore a post it on the seat, and it lets a staffer know someone else knows they're tardy in replying.
Michael Santos, RESULTS (he/him)
01:09:15
A bit delayed but for those of you with questions about housing/homelessness that weren’t address, please feel free to reach out to me: msantos@results.org
Meredith Dodson, RESULTS (she/her)
01:12:52
Back to Lucinda's flag re Sen Collins, who is one of several senators interested in working on a bipartisan way -- more about that group for those interested: https://www.cbsnews.com/news/senate-whats-next-bipartisan-senators-to-meet/
Meredith Dodson, RESULTS (she/her)
01:15:49
But candidly, on Thursday Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell predicted that no Senate Republicans would support Biden’s proposal https://www.nytimes.com/2021/04/01/us/politics/biden-infrastructure-plan.html so the next big recovery package is likely to pass via a Democratic-only reconciliation package
Misty Novitch
01:16:46
Great to chat with y’all In the breakouts!
Sarah Leone
01:17:04
Had a great time speaking with Craig and Timea!
Jim Driggers
01:17:12
I like the breakouts. Wish we'd had a little more time.
Lucinda Winslow/she-her
01:17:32
Yes, more time.
Karyne Bury
01:17:52
Great chatting with you all Yanick, Patsy, Zelda and David -great ideas about maintaining personal relationships with consistent aids, introducing yourself to new ones, and making phone calls when emails don’t work.
Randolph Splitter
01:17:57
Question about meetings: should we try to have meetings now and also at the time of the June conference? Or prioritize.
Allison Gallaher
01:18:03
Theme of our breakout was persistence and building relationships.
Dave Cole
01:18:05
The importance of follow up and sending information was emphasized in our meeting.
Pat Payne
01:18:07
A RESULTS group leader contacted Leg. Director and asked for meeting with new Senator through her connection with Senator Feinstein. Worked well.
Michael Santos, RESULTS (he/him)
01:18:08
One of the things we discussed in our small group was that a MoC would refuse to sign on to avoid appearance of partisanship.
Elizabeth Berry
01:18:27
Asked group members to help recruit constituents in every district in VA.
Tari & Bill Nicholson
01:18:41
With GOP use the word 'investment' !!!
Meredith Dodson, RESULTS (she/her)
01:19:08
for Kathleen and anyone else interested in Individual Development Accounts, more about the federal program that was phased out: https://www.acf.hhs.gov/ocs/programs/afi
Lucinda Winslow/she-her
01:19:29
Can you put the link to the survey in the chat? Thanks
Meredith Dodson, RESULTS (she/her)
01:19:48
Again, sharing the Anti-Oppression survey link:https://survey.alchemer.com/s3/6249181/Anti-Oppression-and-Equity-SurveyDeadline to complete it is Tuesday, April 13.
Lucinda Winslow/she-her
01:19:53
Thanks
Lisa Marchal
01:19:55
@Randolph - you can meet now and then frame your June meeting as a follow-up.
Meredith Dodson, RESULTS (she/her)
01:19:57
should be getting an email from Joanne about it too
Meredith Dodson, RESULTS (she/her)
01:20:43
and to add to Lisa's response, lots will change in the next 2.5 months so your Congressional meeting/"asks" won't be repetitive, I promise :)
Robert Shumer
01:21:01
Connect with youth programs (high school and college) through groups like Campus Compact, Youth Service America, to get young people to connect with legislators as part of their service-learning programs. There are lots of youth organizations whose goals are civic engagement....so there are lots of young people who can get involved in contacting/lobbying with local, state, and national legislators.
Lucinda Winslow/she-her
01:21:23
The links can’t be clicked on. Again,if someone can repost here, great.
Beth Prevo
01:21:40
try a CUT and PASTE for those links
Kathy Nelson
01:21:47
NLIHC,org has data on housing-needs-by-state on its web site and VERY useful data for each congressional district. Congressional offices are often very pleased to be introduced to these data.
Misty Novitch
01:21:56
Which links?
Anne Child
01:23:02
all slides and therefore links in them are available here: https://results.org/volunteers/national-webinars/
Ken Patterson (he/him)
01:23:16
If you have questions about appropriations work or how to best influence them, put them in the chat for Keifer
Lindsay Saunders (she/her/hers)
01:24:08
Hi Everyone! I'm one of the current four RESULTS Grassroots Board Members. We're excited to welcome someone new to fill this upcoming opening slot. If any of you have questions about the experience, please feel free to reach out: lksaunders@results.org and do get your nominations of either yourself or someone else submitted. Nominations are due to Jesse Marsden at jmarsden@results.org by April 30.
Stephen Arnold
01:24:43
I've been waiting to contact Sen Young's office re approps because I wonder whether he is being solicited to be a lead on a sign on letter on bilateral TB. Is he?
Crickett Nicovich
01:26:03
Yes! Senator Brown and Senator Young have annually led that letter and we hope that he will again!
Misty Novitch
01:27:27
Thanks Keifer!
Ken Patterson (he/him)
01:29:11
If you have questions for Keifer, put them in the chat.
Misty Novitch
01:30:14
Question: What are some examples of the local/global connections that we can convey to MOCs?
Betsy Teutsch
01:30:32
Hunger!
Dave Cole
01:30:44
What can we do to get Covid-19 vaccination relief to countries like Papua New Guinea that have very few Public Health resources and are now having sharp increases in cases?
Susan Oehser she/her Ohlone land
01:30:55
Hi, Keifer. Good to see you again. Anybody in Congresswoman Lee's office I should see? What would you like me to say to the current champion of global and domestic antipoverty work?
Meredith Dodson, RESULTS (she/her)
01:31:16
Per Keifer's point about the importance of constituents making the "ask" on a sign on letter, etc. -- just want to share: we reached out to some of you who are Senate point people – and you did some amazing targeted work to get 41 senators on a letter that was sent to the Administration on March 26 urging them to prioritize making the Child Tax Credit and Earned Income Tax Credit permanent in their upcoming recovery proposal. The letter is here: https://www.brown.senate.gov/download/eitc-ctc-letter-march-2021__ along with this press release from Sen Brown: https://www.brown.senate.gov/newsroom/press/release/brown-lead-senate-democrats-tax-cuts-workers-families-permanent.There were only 17 senators on board at the start of the week and it was critical that 41 (of 50) Democratic senators signed this letter by the time it was sent four days later – and I *know* that many of you made the difference getting the vast majority of Senate Democrats on board in the last . I am so inspired by you!
Leslye Heilig
01:32:24
Giving a hand up instead of a handout
Hwa Young Lee
01:32:50
@Leslye, ooh, I like that! I'm writing it down!
Lindsay Saunders (she/her/hers)
01:33:03
When I worked for USAID, Administrator Mark Green really emphasized how our aid work is meant to empower developing countries get on "the journey to self-reliance." That was a key part of our messaging.
Susan Oehser she/her Ohlone land
01:33:31
Same message global and domestic
janet brumbaugh
01:33:33
And rural poor.
Jim Driggers
01:33:38
Question: Better to pitch aid as US trade investment or promote self-sufficiency or depends on office?
Misty Novitch
01:33:43
I love you all so much
Leslye Heilig
01:33:50
@Hwa Young Lee That comes directly from Together women Rise—formerly Dining for women
Hwa Young Lee
01:34:06
Thanks!
Meredith Dodson, RESULTS (she/her)
01:34:37
... the tax sign on above is in addition to some great work over the past 1.5 weeks on the Housing Dear Colleague letter Michael mentioned earlier -- look for a final list of those signers in our next weekly update https://results.org/volunteers/weekly-updates/. PS since they may still be getting the last signers on Monday am, if you already reached out on that letter and haven't heard back, maybe shoot one more email to ask if they've signed and urge them to do so. So handy: https://results.org/wp-content/uploads/March-2021-Dear-Colleague-Housing-Infrastructure-Priorities-Sign-On-letter.pdf
Meredith Dodson, RESULTS (she/her)
01:34:56
and love all the framing that unites our work!
janet brumbaugh
01:35:13
Also some of our more conservative reps and senators talk about rural poor.
Ken Patterson (he/him)
01:36:28
Great examples: Peace Corps Staffer, overseas study program
Ashley Swaby
01:36:34
https://www.ted.com/talks/benedetta_berti_the_surprising_way_groups_like_isis_stay_in_power
Lindsay Saunders (she/her/hers)
01:36:36
This is why building a relationship with the collective office of our Members is so important! We can then tailor or messaging towards their unique stories and experiences. Great points from Keifer to strengthen our advocacy.
Margaret Rohter
01:36:56
Peace Corps stories resonate with MOCs
Roxanne Allen
01:37:11
Women with resources are the best way to ti fight poverty, also the first to be affected when times are difficult.
Lynne Patalano
01:38:19
So I’m super excited that the Xpert machines we’ve lobbied for in the past were in place to help vulnerable communities around the world respond to Covid effectively. Will this be a useful point of information for advocacy with MoCs? Do you have any data around that to helpp us make that case?
LouisaBarkalow Barkalow
01:38:32
is it time to eliminate the word POVERTY ? it has a stigma for many people..Why not
LouisaBarkalow Barkalow
01:38:58
describe a specific is#
Mary Minor
01:38:58
I am in a blue state. is it a strategy to ask how we can help our moc with their priorities?
Karyne Bury
01:39:01
Excellent point Keifer! We have the capability and need the political will to end TB.
Hwa Young Lee
01:39:04
@Louisa, interesting idea. What would we use to replace it?
Cynthia Tschampl
01:39:28
#EndTB !!!!!!!
Teresa Rugg
01:40:00
#End TB We all have power to do this!
Blake Jensen
01:40:00
Question: What kind of approach do you see being most successful for getting anti-poverty improvements made on an ongoing basis instead of just a one-off because of the pandemic?
LouisaBarkalow Barkalow
01:40:02
economically marginalized...educational deprived
Leslye Heilig
01:40:05
I got Rep Neal to sign onto the TB letter already!!!
Hwa Young Lee
01:40:19
@Louisa, thank you!
Hwa Young Lee
01:40:31
@Leslye, fantastic!
Cynthia Tschampl
01:40:34
@Lesleye awesome to hear!!
Roxanne Allen
01:40:40
Louisa, what did you mean by your last comment?
Ashley Swaby
01:40:42
Woop, woop!! Way to go, Leslye!
Beth & Paul Wilson
01:40:48
Not "poor", but rather "impoverished".
Lindsay Saunders (she/her/hers)
01:41:23
Solidarity.
Susan Oehser she/her Ohlone land
01:41:36
Keifer, you have inspired me to reach out once again for a meeting. Time to end TB, malaria. AIDS as well as COVID.
Lisa Marchal
01:42:00
The language choice conversation is definitely an important one as we seek to center and uphold the dignity of every person.
Leslye Heilig
01:42:17
We need to address pandemic prevention—working on a new global fund for that
Cheryl Harris
01:42:18
if we talk about people with resource shortages it puts the burden on us to provide resources, rather thn their fault they live in poverty
Lindsay Saunders (she/her/hers)
01:42:35
YES! Chills. So inspired by you, Keifer, even if you're not usually an optimistic person. We're WITH YOU.
Delores Lyons
01:42:36
COVID, poverty, etc. anywhere is COVID, poverty, etc. EVERYWHERE!
Teresa Rugg
01:42:58
Thank you for the inspiration, Keifer!
Crickett Nicovich
01:43:05
We all need a little optimism and Dolly Parton ;)
Roxanne Allen
01:43:10
New ideas and inspiration, Keifer! thanks!
Delores Lyons
01:43:14
We feel your passion Keifer! Thank you.
Hwa Young Lee
01:43:26
Thank you, Keifer!
Misty Novitch
01:43:32
Yes Keifer haha
Ashley Swaby
01:43:49
Vision grounded in real-world experience. Well-said, Joanne! Keifer--you are awesome.
Karyne Bury
01:43:59
Thank you for energizing us Keifer! We will bring the optimism!
LouisaBarkalow Barkalow
01:44:10
poor poverty has implications / prejudices poor people are weak. want to play th system..we need to describe the problem not the people,experiencing
Lindsay Saunders (she/her/hers)
01:44:52
Words and how you use them really DO matter. They have tremendous impact.
Babita Daware
01:45:22
what can compel senators to agree for a meeting? Texas senators don't meet with us only staffers so far
Patsy O'Shea
01:46:21
China is making inroads in providing resources to poor nations all over —vaccines, infrastructure. Our national security is at stake.
Cheryl Harris
01:48:12
Dem Senators are also harder to reach I think (New Mexico) than our House people. Hmmm... attitudes?
Leslye Heilig
01:48:58
We need to address TRIPS at WTO—teach them to make a vaccine not just give them one
Anne Child
01:49:00
quicker response to variants too
Emily Northrop
01:49:19
pet far?
Ken Patterson (he/him)
01:49:26
PEPFAR
Crickett Nicovich
01:49:26
PEPFAR
Cynthia Tschampl
01:49:26
This article from Dr. Pai talks a bit about TB tech that helped COVID but now that COVID innovations have moved so far ahead, we can use for TB: https://www.forbes.com/sites/madhukarpai/2020/10/22/time-to-tap-covid-19-innovations--systems-to-reimagine-tb-care/
Roxanne Allen
01:49:27
I keep remembering Sherrod brown’s comments that we shouldn’t accept the “no time” excuse.
Babita Daware
01:49:34
PEPFAR
Sarah Leone, She/Her
01:49:42
https://www.state.gov/pepfar/
Yara Changyit-Levin
01:49:44
I would love to cite that $533M extra doses stat in an op-ed. Does anyone have a source for that?
Crickett Nicovich
01:49:48
President's Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief - our bilateral global HIV/AIDS program
Craig Roshaven
01:49:51
Thanks for being with us today Keifer!!!
Rayna Castillo
01:49:53
Thank you!!
Ken Patterson (he/him)
01:49:56
that was fabulous!!
Misty Novitch
01:49:56
Thanks Keifer!
Carol Hafeli
01:49:59
great talk keifer
Hwa Young Lee
01:50:08
I would LOVE to have you back!
Teresa Rugg
01:50:10
Thank you, Keifer!!!
Leslye Heilig
01:50:11
So inspirational. Thank you!
Meredith Dodson, RESULTS (she/her)
01:50:12
Thanks Keifer and great chat convo all
Craig Roshaven
01:50:24
Love your enthusiasm and insights.
Lindsay Saunders (she/her/hers)
01:50:28
For anyone not familiar, PEPFAR is the President's Emergency Plan for AIDS Relief. It is a United States governmental initiative to address the global HIV/AIDS epidemic and help save the lives of those suffering from the disease, launched by President George W. Bush in 2003. I worked with them in the field. Tremendously effective.
Cheryl Harris
01:50:30
Thank you!
Emily Northrop
01:50:54
Thanks, Lindsay.
Richard Remm
01:50:55
thanks
Misty Novitch
01:51:04
Thanks Lindsay
Jim Driggers
01:51:18
Great webinar this month!
Ashley Swaby
01:55:53
Sorry, what are these forms we're talking about?
Crickett Nicovich
01:56:11
Congressional offices Personal Appropriations forms
Crickett Nicovich
01:56:15
for fiscal year 22
Ashley Swaby
01:56:26
And we have to fil them out?
Hwa Young Lee
01:56:50
Either that or ask for help from Dorothy Monza or Crickett Nicovich
Ruth Thurmond Scott
01:56:56
Where can we find sign on Letters?
Crickett Nicovich
01:57:31
They help to inform Congress on the details of our appropriations requests - and they themselves have to submit their requests to the committee
Crickett Nicovich
01:57:38
The letters are here: https://results.org/blog/fy22-global-sign-on-letters/
Nancy Morgan
01:57:59
Wonderful mtg, everyone and great speakers!
Crickett Nicovich
01:58:04
and there's a link on that webpage for Which memebers have signed on
Leslye Heilig
01:58:13
Great webinar!
Crickett Nicovich
01:58:13
AND do join those office hours!
Lisa Marchal
01:58:19
Thanks for all your great work, everyone!
Cynthia Tschampl
01:58:21
Boston-1
Kavita Shah
01:58:24
Thank you!
Beth & Paul Wilson
01:58:28
Crickett, could you please send those sign on letter links via email to the list serve?
Randolph Splitter
01:58:29
Portland 1
Brian Jan
01:58:32
Thanks!
Jennie Vano
01:58:32
Tacoma - 1
Samantha Murray
01:58:33
Thank you!
Maureen Bowling
01:58:34
thanks again!
Amy Morros
01:58:40
Thank you! Happy weekend!
Beth & Paul Wilson
01:58:42
Olalla -2
Crickett Nicovich
01:58:42
They've gone out in weekly update!
Cesia Cotache
01:58:47
Austin Global
Lindsay Saunders (she/her/hers)
01:58:48
RESULTS Raleigh - 6
Lester Wyborny
01:58:53
Ann Arbor - 2
Craig Roshaven
01:58:54
5 attending from Fort Worth
Peggy Fitch
01:58:56
Des Moines Iowa - 1
Leslye Heilig
01:59:03
1 western MA
Joel Rubinstein & Sylvia Sabel
01:59:26
San Francisco (part) 2 in the room
Kazmyn Ramos
01:59:29
Kazmyn Ramos Indianapolis - 1