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RESULTS Monthly National Webinar - Shared screen with speaker view
Alexandra Saulenas
15:18
Hello everyone, happy Saturday!
Karyne Bury
15:26
Happy Saturday Maxine!
Karyne Bury
15:34
Hello Alexandra!
Ashley Swaby
15:37
Good to be (virtually) back together! Hello everyone from Bloomington, IN
Jazmine Smith
15:43
Hi Karyne!
Sarah Leone
15:58
Welcome Ashley!
Jazmine Smith
16:06
Hi Hwa and Dilani!
Hwa Young Lee
16:16
Hey, Jazmine!
Leslye Heilig
16:27
Hi from western MA—the sun is out for the first time in a week
Jim Hennigan
17:00
hello dr. leslye!
Maxine Thomas
17:00
Nice Leslye, enjoy ☀️
Lindsay Saunders
17:06
Hi All! So glad to be with you today. For your convenience, here is the link to our awesome Anti-Oppression resources: https://results.org/volunteers/anti-oppression/
Yolanda (she/her)
20:45
Congrats to Jazmine Smith and Erika Jarmon on getting published.
Hwa Young Lee
20:54
CONGRATULATIONS!
Karyne Bury
21:03
Nice! Congrats Jazmine and Erika!!
Jennifer M. Koo (Jennn) | CT
21:04
Go Jazmine & Erika!!!
Maxine Thomas
21:04
🎉🎉🎉
Kazmyn Ramos
21:37
Great work! Your voices are definitely needed in this moment!
Maxine Thomas
21:51
😩😩😂🤣😂🤣 no, the cheer horns
Leslye Heilig
23:26
Boo on the eviction crisis
Ann Oliva
24:12
CBPP’s dedicated page on voucher expansion: https://www.cbpp.org/research/resource-lists/expanding-housing-vouchersOne pager/infographic: https://www.cbpp.org/sites/default/files/5-3-21hous-infographic.pdfToolkit: Check out our NEW toolkit on housing vouchers with talking points, sample social media content, and ideas for action in your community.https://drive.google.com/file/d/1dz6Uu5jB9hjBI_wGEYWbJGnRSNYwmGMA/view
Susan Beckett
24:12
What 5 states and 27 cities were chosen for the eviction statistics, and why them?
Michael Santos
27:57
@Susan, those were the ones selected by Eviction Lab. Data on evictions is very spotty, and this is why we're advocating for better national database collecting evictions so we have a better picture on the national level. https://evictionlab.org/
Michael Santos
28:48
Hearing is here: https://financialservices.house.gov/calendar/eventsingle.aspx?EventID=407952; Ann's testimony is here: https://financialservices.house.gov/uploadedfiles/hhrg-117-ba00-wstate-oliviaa-20210609.pdf
Sarah Leone
30:22
Hi Susan, the 5 states that were chosen were: Connecticut, Delaware, Indiana, Minnesota, and Missouri
Michael Santos
30:57
Maxine Waters' Ending Homelessness Act is here: https://financialservices.house.gov/uploadedfiles/bills-117pih-endinghomelessnessactof2021.pdf. The Housing is Infrastructure Act is here: https://financialservices.house.gov/uploadedfiles/bills-117pih-housingisinfrastructureactof2021.pdf
Anuroop Kumar
31:15
Is there a place or good resource to access state-specific data?
Lindsay K. Saunders (she/her/hers)
32:07
@Anoop, this link has great state-by state data: https://nlihc.org/housing-needs-by-state
Anuroop Kumar
32:17
Thanks Lindsay
Lindsay K. Saunders (she/her/hers)
32:45
You're welcome, Anoop! It gives an overview of affordable housing needs at the state level. Select a state to explore the data. It helped me write a really targeted op-ed last year.
Karyne Bury
32:47
Thanks Lindsay! It's a great resource!
Kazmyn Ramos
34:13
Youth exiting foster care are at an extreme disadvantage when it comes to finding safe, stable, and affordable housing
La’Shon Marshall
34:20
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Michael Santos
34:45
@Anuroop, there are also state level data in our IC conference resources page here: https://results.org/resources/2021-international-conference-resources/
Anuroop Kumar
34:58
Thanks Michael
La’Shon Marshall
35:02
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Michael Santos
35:15
https://results.org/wp-content/uploads/State-Fact-Sheet-Data-2021-1.xlsx
Hwa Young Lee
35:15
@Kazmyn, that's true! The moment they turn eighteen, many of them lose all support
Ruth Thurmond Scott
35:41
Additionally, LI college students have emerged as a populations with significant housing instability.
Kazmyn Ramos
36:23
Definitely. Those who exit foster care and go to college struggle during breaks as they generally don't have family to return to like traditional college students
Craig Roshaven
36:50
How much would making Vouchers Universal cost/year? Which committee would take the lead on this?
Susan Oehser
37:16
How do I frame housing choice vouchers to a Republican rep in a rural district?
Lynne Patalano
37:26
Question: Why is it that members of Congress do not seem to see this crisis of lack of Affordable Housing? Why are they not able to see that this is a nationwide calamity? What can we do to make them see the urgency?
La’Shon Marshall
37:29
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amy stern
37:46
Ann, What's the most proven effective way to talk to Republicans who feel govt spending is already too high, on HCVs?
Lindsay K. Saunders (she/her/hers)
38:56
^^^ GREAT question/point, Amy! Our Senators are Republicans who acknowledge there is a housing problem, but refuse to commit to spending any more money....and just keep saying, "we'll come back from this." We need to intervene with this crisis.
Kazmyn Ramos
39:31
? I heard a lot of comments about voucher holders not increasing their income substantially over the years. However, I heard less about the benefits cliff. Are there places where we can access data about the impact of increased work for those with vouchers, SNAP benefits, and Medicaid?
Randolph Splitter
39:51
On cost: many such programs pay for themselves, in terms of long-term benefits.
La’Shon Marshall
40:23
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Anuroop Kumar
40:43
Thank you Ann - that was great!
Lynne Patalano
40:53
Question: Is there a convincing body of evidence that HCV are good for building local economies…ie good for landlords?
Anuroop Kumar
41:14
^^^I'd love more info on that!
Lindsay K. Saunders (she/her/hers)
41:39
Want to elevate how intersectional the housing issue is with the LGBTQIA+ community and people of color. https://www.americanprogress.org/issues/lgbtq-rights/news/2021/06/24/500918/lgbtq-people-color-encounter-heightened-discrimination/ opening story is the perfect illustration on a Black trans woman's experience trying to secure housing.
Ann Oliva
42:18
CBO estimated in 2015 that the cost of universal vouchers implemented over 10 years would be $410 B. But I try hard to address that question by pointing to the costs of NOT acting - the himan toll and costs related to homelessness.
Lindsay K. Saunders (she/her/hers)
43:18
Do we have a good resource or website with state-specific data on impact of making CTC permanent? A conversation with folks at Coalition on Human needs informed me it would be a 49% impact in NC, but I don't know the source or have a link to refer to.
Ann Oliva
43:52
@ Lynne, I believe we address this question through some papers on CBPP's web site. There is evidence that HCVs could help in another crisis, by supporting landlords when people lose work. The Urban Institute has some data on that as well.
John Fawcett
43:54
https://www.childtaxcredit.gov/
Lindsay K. Saunders (she/her/hers)
44:59
Tip on where/how to find it on that site, John? I'm looking now, but... still looking. :-/
Michael Santos
45:40
One quick note for everyone, in case you missed it earlier this week: Maxine Waters secured commitment from Biden to include housing in the reconciliation package! See here: https://financialservices.house.gov/uploadedfiles/bills-117pih-endinghomelessnessactof2021.pdf. This is a testament to all the advocacy that you've been doing. But the fight is far from over - we need to make sure that housing choice vouchers are included in this commitment! We'll have more updates in the next few days/weeks when Congress comes back from recess.
Misty Novitch
48:22
Joanne, you always make me cry 😭 in the best way ❤️💕
Karyne Bury
49:18
Ask for what is needed and reset expectations, so important!
Karyne Bury
49:23
Yes, always inspired!
Cheryl Harris
49:53
one less fighter plane = lots of TB money. Re-allocate!
Edward Syth
50:58
Self-care!!
Sarah Leone
53:20
This video is so inspiring!
Lindsay K. Saunders (she/her/hers)
53:22
So grateful and encouraged to be on this journey with all of you. Can't wait to hug you and exchange smiles and stories with you in person next year. With love, Lindsay in Raleigh
Anuroop Kumar
53:51
Is this video publicly available?
Misty Novitch
54:10
What a great video!!!
John Fawcett
54:28
video is here: https://results.org/conference/about/
Kathleen Duncan
54:42
Great Video Karyne!
Ken Patterson (he/him)
54:43
and here: https://youtu.be/SieVaUTFqBs
Lindsay K. Saunders (she/her/hers)
55:37
I regularly visit the RESULTS YouTube channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCty3JNWUDFIpY5x0n-R-W8w
Karyne Bury
55:43
Thanks, Deb from our team did an amazing job in capturing the IC!
Edward Syth
58:03
Wow, this is amazing!
Cynthia Levin
58:17
Yay Jamaal!
John Fawcett
58:27
I *just* heard from GPE that their CEO Alice Albright is sending an invitation to Rep. Bowman to join the replenishment meeting. Go RESULTS NY!
Karyne Bury
58:36
Persistence Usually Pays Off, great that you got the meeting and got him to attend! Kudos to you and your team Amy!
Leslye Heilig
58:47
That is awesome news!
Lindsay K. Saunders (she/her/hers)
58:49
Those are the best surprise appearances! Love Jamaal Bowman too! He's so inspiring.
Sarah Leone
59:10
That's absolutely fantastic!
Carolyn Prouty
59:17
We just had a meeting with our brand new rep, who said “the freshmen run in a pack” and so said she’d ask other new congresspeople to sign onto the GPE Resolution!
Cynthia Levin
59:41
Yara t got to meet Jamaal outside the Capitol last week!
Lindsay K. Saunders (she/her/hers)
01:00:16
Awwww, the Levins are everywhere. Yay Yara!
Paul & Beth Wilson
01:01:13
Yeah, Carolyn and all the members of the Olympia and the Tacoma, WA RESULTS groups! So grateful for this extra work on the GPE. I will let Bowen Peard, Rep. Kilmer's aide who is leading the effort in Kilmer's office on the bipartisan GPE letter from the House to the Biden Administration.
Yolanda (she/her)
01:01:19
Way to go Yara!
Susan Oehser
01:01:29
So good to see and hear from you, Imtisal. May you enjoy many years as an advocate in RESULTS.
Kathleen Duncan
01:01:40
Thank You Imtisal! Welcome!
Lindsay K. Saunders (she/her/hers)
01:01:45
Amy and Imtisal's stories are SO inspiring. We're SO glad you're part of this movement. Way to go!!!!
Imtisal Imran
01:02:46
Thank you everyone! I am so glad to be a part of RESULTS :)
Stefani Ritter
01:03:17
Elizabeth! Thank you for all your work as our group leader!
Ashley Swaby
01:03:56
I've never felt as powerful as when I do RESULTS work. We can do this. We can and must change the world!
Yolanda (she/her)
01:04:27
Way to Michaela!
Yolanda (she/her)
01:04:36
Way to go Michaela
Michaela Mishoe
01:04:48
Great teamwork all around from Virginia :)
Lindsay K. Saunders (she/her/hers)
01:04:51
Phenomenal stories!
Grace Higginbottom
01:05:00
Thanks, Elizabeth!!
Maxine Thomas
01:05:25
+1-Ashley
Nancy Morgan
01:05:39
Yeh Elizabeth and Virginia !!!!
Karyne Bury
01:06:08
Great shares Amy, Imstisal and Elizabeth! Thanks for your incredible work and making change happen!
Michael Santos
01:07:24
Ditto!
La’Shon Marshall
01:07:42
hello maxxxxx
Imtisal Imran
01:07:59
Thank you for giving me the opportunity to speak about my experience with RESULTS! I’m excited to continue advocating and contributing to change!
Lindsay K. Saunders (she/her/hers)
01:08:06
TERRIFIC feedback and work to keep TB on the forefront! Wow. I was in Zambia 3 years ago helping open a new TB ward. I've seen how this is so needed, pivotal, and wanted to people in developing countries.
Pat Behenna
01:08:46
What a great story about your group making travel and your meetings work! Bravo! Pat Behenna
Karyne Bury
01:09:25
Wow! Great work everyone!
Leslye Heilig
01:09:57
We have one more meeting with a new Rep himself on Tuesday—with Rep Auchincloss in MA.
Jazmine Smith
01:10:00
Incredible!!
Lisa Peters
01:10:01
Amazing number of meetings! Bravo to all the everyday heroes!!
Karyne Bury
01:10:17
Incredible that we already beat our 2020 numbers and we're half way through the year! Congrats to you all!
Craig Roshaven
01:11:09
Yay!
Lindsay K. Saunders (she/her/hers)
01:11:22
Thanks. I'll go camping the weekend when we'd usually have the webinar. Break from screens and self-care. :) <3
Steve Macy
01:11:57
8 PM for US poverty, we should assume?
Amy Morros
01:12:09
After months of trying, we just had a meeting with Congresswoman Bush's aide yesterday (MO-01) to talk about the GPE Resolution. Yeah!
Jos Linn (he/him)
01:12:30
8pm ET for US, 9pm ET for global on 7/22
Lynne Patalano
01:12:44
Didn’t the GPE close yesterday?
Karyne Bury
01:13:00
I think it's been extended again to Tuesday Lynne, July 13
John Fawcett
01:13:45
Yes, extended to COB Tuesday since the House was out of session this week
Lindsay K. Saunders (she/her/hers)
01:14:34
Important deadline reminder. Only 7 days left to vote in RESULTS Board election! The RESULTS 2021 Grassroots Board Election is taking place right now. Visit the RESULTS Blog for candidate bios, statement of intent, videos, and how to vote. Voting is open through July 17 for all active volunteers. https://results.org/blog/results-2021-grassroots-board-elections/
amy stern
01:16:27
NYTimes just had article today about Uganda, how they did everything right (shut downs, masks, prioritize essential workers etc) , but now have a surge because they can't get enough vaccines
Lindsay K. Saunders (she/her/hers)
01:16:44
I know her! Carol with CITAM+ in Zambia is incredible. And you're right. The COVID surge is TERRIBLE in Zambia. Three of my relatives, my best friend in Zambia, and her entire family have been sick with COVID. Thankfully, they've finally all recovered, but my friend was forced to keep working while sick with COVID.... and all my nephews and nieces are completely pulled out of school and my brother-in-law is hardly working, with no safety nets. :(
Hwa Young Lee
01:17:09
My goodness, that's heartbreaking
Karyne Bury
01:17:11
Yes that was a great piece Amy, here's the link if others are interested: https://www.nytimes.com/2021/07/09/opinion/uganda-covid-vaccines.html?smid=wa-share
Sarah Leone
01:17:36
For Action Network Managers and those interested: you can register for our added early afternoon Action Network Webinar session at 12:30 pm ET https://results.zoom.us/meeting/register/tJUrcu-sqzIjH9eunZwnnLyiV0-YN-mxbL-G
Roxanne Allen
01:17:44
visiting the ocean
Anne Child
01:17:49
went to the fireworks
Jos Linn (he/him)
01:17:50
Go to a movie
amy stern
01:17:51
A no brainer...my daughter's wedding
Rayna Castillo
01:17:52
Going to the beach!
Ken Patterson (he/him)
01:17:53
Seeing family
Stephen Arnold
01:17:55
eat in resturants
Hwa Young Lee
01:17:56
Putting on lipstick
Joanne DiDato
01:17:59
Going to the beach!
Kathy Shearer
01:18:02
Having “Mama Bear” camp with my grands.
Carolyn Prouty
01:18:07
Seeing my mom.
Wilma Solomon
01:18:09
Visiting family in vermont
Nancy Curtiss
01:18:15
Visiting in friends homes
Anita Lee
01:18:15
Live music!
Michele Bauer
01:18:19
hugging friends
DAVID COSTELLO
01:18:25
Going on a guided tour in Asheville, NC
Rich Renner
01:18:25
currently spending time with awesome 5 yr old granddaughter
Leslye Heilig
01:18:26
I had planned to go to Spain next week to see my granddaughters for the first time since 11/2019 but have had to cancel due to the Delta variant
Karyne Bury
01:18:31
I second that Anita! I miss going to live concerts!
Kim Gudimetla
01:18:34
Going to Eric Clapton concert
Marian J. Barber, PhD
01:18:38
Traveling to visit my 93 year old friend
Margaret Rohter
01:18:38
Family reunion
Peter Stoel
01:18:49
Our granddaughters wedding!
Rhonda in Houston
01:18:49
Fellowship with family and friends.
Amy Morros
01:19:59
Ate in a restaurant already. Really want to see a movie in person! Planning a trip with my friends in 2022 in Montana and Idaho. Dreaming of going to France.
Patsy O'Shea
01:20:36
Going to a music festival in Mendocino CA and being with family there.
Lindsay K. Saunders (she/her/hers)
01:20:52
I have LOVED traveling and visiting family and friends SO much now both my husband and I are fully vaccinated. Last weekend we attended a birthday/July 4th party and visited family and friends 3 states on the east coast. So tiring going everywhere, but what a wonderful gift to be able to really live again.
Sarah Leone
01:22:15
That sounds so fun Lindsay, I'm glad you were able to do that!
Anne Child
01:22:29
Why aren’t Diseases like HIV and Malaria, which still Kill Millions of People a Year, Called Pandemics? https://www.statnews.com/2021/07/06/why-arent-diseases-like-hiv-and-malaria-which-still-kill-millions-of-people-a-year-called-pandemics/
Leslye Heilig
01:23:06
Good article Anne
Delores Lyons
01:23:18
How is it that Pfizer is producing boosters instead of getting the initial shots out to Africa?
Susan Oehser
01:23:18
August will join step son, my son and some eastern neighbors and friends to memorialize husband Gordon at Adirondack camp cemetery in birch forest.
Jazmine Smith
01:23:20
Timor Leste is only 2% fully vaccin
Hwa Young Lee
01:23:31
2%?
Hwa Young Lee
01:23:36
WOW
Jazmine Smith
01:23:45
Timor Leste is only 2% fully vaccinated and 16% with at least 1 dose!
Delores Lyons
01:23:58
Crazy!
Hwa Young Lee
01:24:09
These meetings always make me so grateful that I'm fully vaccinated
Karyne Bury
01:25:08
That's tragic Jazmine, wow! We have a responsibility to ensure equitable vaccinations everywhere if we want to truly beat this pandemic.
Yanick Perodin
01:26:03
0 in Haiti in the middle of political crisis as well
Leslye Heilig
01:26:58
The work Public Citizen has done on the TRIPS waiver has been huge, and supporting it with Right t Health Action
Lindsay K. Saunders (she/her/hers)
01:27:11
The cost of inaction is far greater to our collective humanity than not acting. We must meet this moment.
Lindsay K. Saunders (she/her/hers)
01:27:26
Yes, agreed, Leslye! So important.
Anne Child
01:27:27
What a deal. Only $25 billion to end COVID!
Amy Morros
01:28:08
My friend in the Philippines just got vaccinated last month and she is a senior. I realize she is so lucky. I also have the J&J and that is such a lost opportunity in the US and abroad due to the pause and production problems. I am in Missouri and we are in crisis in the SW part of the state. People won't get vaccinated.
Leslye Heilig
01:28:23
We need to make publicly funded research available to ALL
Ken Patterson (he/him)
01:28:32
If you have questions for Rob or John, please put them here
DAVID COSTELLO
01:28:51
Where can I find a copy of this plan?
Kazmyn Ramos
01:29:10
The battles being waged concerning intellectual property and public health have been longstanding. Who will intervene on these issues to determine that the public good outweighs profits?
Eloise Sutherland
01:29:37
Listening to llive music
Paul & Beth Wilson
01:30:01
Are there any MOCs who support this important initiative already? Could this be part of the next Recovery Act?
Lisa Peters
01:30:13
How can we also help advocate for logistically make it possible to get the mRNA vaccines to resource poor areas since they require ultra cold storage?
Lisa Peters
01:30:25
*making
Liza Barrie
01:30:52
https://www.citizen.org/article/a-plan-for-the-peoples-vaccine/
Hwa Young Lee
01:31:14
Thank you, Liza!
Liza Barrie
01:31:39
Here is the Public Citizen costing analysis.$25 billion to vaccinate the world.https://www.citizen.org/article/25-billion-to-vaccinate-the-world/
Leslye Heilig
01:31:42
We need to create the infrastructure globally to be utilized for the future pandemics as well
Lindsay K. Saunders (she/her/hers)
01:32:10
Lisa -- valid point and great concern. The infrastructure to support Moderna or Pfizer vaccines in places like Zambia, Zimbabwe, etc. storage and distribution sadly just isn't there. Something that really concerns my husband, and me, Lisa.
Karyne Bury
01:32:15
Yes, agreed Leslye! Infrastructure is critical.
Leslye Heilig
01:32:38
COVAX may have the $$ but not the products
Lindsay K. Saunders (she/her/hers)
01:32:40
How to address the lack of infrastructure and supply chain barriers globally?
Liza Barrie
01:33:03
And this is the detailed report produced with Imperial College.https://www.citizen.org/article/how-to-make-enough-vaccine-for-the-world-in-one-year/
Ken Patterson (he/him)
01:33:32
Thanks Liza
Steve Macy
01:33:37
Moderna Stock price/share
Steve Macy
01:34:06
Sept 8, 2020 $54.34 july 9, 2021 $232.81
Lynne Patalano
01:34:11
I have been heartened to hear medical experts on NPR and on televised interviews insisting that this global pandemic requires us to press for vaccines for the poorest places in the world. How can we amplify those voices to light a widespread urgency fire of Political Will under our government leaders???
Gail Dolson
01:36:17
From Gail- visiting friends in their homes!
Lindsay K. Saunders (she/her/hers)
01:36:24
How can we get the J&J more widely distributed? AZ vaccine was available in Zambia, but my family refused it since the adverse reactions got so much publicity. They were afraid of it. :( Concerned about infrastructure and supply chain elements to support Moderna and Pfizer distribution.
Lynne Patalano
01:36:33
Do you, at Public Citizen, have a background sheet with this request/need that we can share out with our MoCs???
Patsy O'Shea
01:38:08
What’s happening with the TRIPS waiver. Which countries are holding up the approval of it?
Amy Morros
01:38:12
Good question, Lindsay!
Edward Syth
01:38:28
Gotta keep pharmaceutical companies accountable
Leslye Heilig
01:38:51
@ Patsy—Germany
Leslye Heilig
01:41:16
https://www.who.int/news-room/articles-detail/establishment-of-a-covid-19-mrna-vaccine-technology-transfer-hub-to-scale-up-global-manufacturing
Roxanne Allen
01:41:32
Could there be a GAVI-like organization to accomplish regional manufacturing?
Kazmyn Ramos
01:42:05
Love that idea Rob. Having regional researchers develop medicine for local problems is huge. It would definitely impact the industry but it would be empowering for lower income countries and create a diversity in researchers around the world
Amy Morros
01:42:11
If countries are not in control of the means of production for these vaccines, they are at a loss for sure. Great idea.
Anne Child
01:45:02
Congress will be in-district in August. In your neighborhoods. Find them and take this issue to them!
Lynne Patalano
01:45:12
We need some targeted info with specific requests!
Ken Patterson (he/him)
01:45:29
Thanks Rob—great message, very inspiring
Craig Roshaven
01:45:36
That was great!
Leslye Heilig
01:45:44
Thanks Rob. Inspirational
Joel Rubinstein
01:46:10
RESULTS used to do White House Call-in days. Now might be a good time to do this again.
Ken Patterson (he/him)
01:46:19
You bet, Joel.
Paul & Beth Wilson
01:46:20
We can do this! We MUST do this!
La’Shon Marshall
01:46:31
thank you so much rob
Karyne Bury
01:46:44
Thank you Rob! Now is a critical time to re-boost and reenergize for this initiative. This sets the stage for the work we do!
Karyne Bury
01:46:47
thanks again!
Lindsay K. Saunders (she/her/hers)
01:46:48
Catherine Hunt is having a tech challenge and asked me to share this from her:We can bring refrigeration, syringes, personnel over. Also Cuba has vaccines and will export vaccine and medical personnel. They lack the required number of syringes but we could supply those if we made a cooperative effort. Plus we have a lot of volunteers in our communities who are already talking about traveling to carry out vaccine clinics abroad. Let’s do it.Yes we do have to end monopoly control.if the military can power facilities in the middle of nowhere, it can be done for caregiving.
amy stern
01:46:58
Great choice to focus on global vax
catherine hunt
01:47:29
Thanks to everyone!
Rob Weissman
01:47:29
That's a nice goodbye tradition!
Lindsay K. Saunders (she/her/hers)
01:48:02
We end all our calls with chaotic, joyful, amusing hellos and goodbyes. I LOVE IT. :)