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Spotting Race: Intro to Race-Based Claims - Shared screen with speaker view
TAMRA LETT
33:00
Tamra Lett, 2nd year attorney, Legal Aid Society of San Diego
Anna Ratner
33:03
Anna, 4th yr practicing atty, Redding LSNC
Gayle Tamler
33:05
GAyle Tamler from Bet Tzedek LA - 30+ year attorney
Adam Reese
33:06
Adam Reese, prospective law student, Los Angeles
Kate Wood
33:09
Kate Wood. 7th year attorney. CRLA Oxnard, CA
Inga Nelson
33:13
Inga Nelson, sixth year of practice as an attorney, Colorado.
Barbara Siegel
33:18
I am Barbara Siegel. I am a retired Legal Services attorney specializing in health care.
Olivia Alden
33:20
Olivia Alden, summer intern (rising 3L), Chicago
Diana Cabrera-Vega
33:21
Diana Vega, Summer Law Clerk at Bay Are Legal Aid
Lydia Nicholson
33:21
Lydia Nicholson, 3L, los angeles
Emani Oakley
33:22
Emani Oakley, Summer Law Clerk at Public Counsel, Rising 2L at UCLA School of Law
Moira Cullen
33:22
Hi! I'm Moira Cullen, 5th year as practicing attorney, from Legal Advocations for Children and Youth (Law Foundation of Silicon Valley)
Emma Hagemann
33:23
Emma Hagemann, summer intern, Legal Aid Foundation of Los Angeles
Jarrell Mitchell
33:23
Jarrell Mitchell, 4th Year, Neighborhood Legal Services of LA County,
Martha Youssofi
33:26
Martha Youssofi, second-year attorney, legal aid society of San Diego
Jennifer Umberg
33:26
Jenn Umberg, Summer intern at LSNC, rising 2L in Sacramento
Joanna Krause
33:27
Joanna Leitch, rising 3L at Loyola Law Los Angeles, Ed Equity intern at ACLU SoCal
Jason Shefferd
33:29
Pablo Moraga (he/him). Undegrad summer intern. Berkeley
Abigail Stewart-Webb
33:29
Abigail Stewart-Webb, summer intern, Public Counsel
Rebecca Moskowitz
33:30
Becky Moskowitz, 11th year attorney. Law Foundation of Silicon Valley.
Tania Schloss
33:31
Tania Schloss, 2nd year attorney, Disability Rights California based in San Diego
Eve Rutzick
33:33
Hi all, I'm a supervising attorney at Inner City Law Center here in Los Angeles. 12th year
Iraida L. Oliva
33:34
Iraida L. Oliva, Public Law Center in Orange County. Practiced family law for 15 years and decided to jump into housing!
Esther Lim
33:35
Esther Lim, Summer law clerk at Yolo LSNC
Elaina Steenson
33:39
Elaina, law student, clerking with Root & Rebound in Oakland
Erin Simonitch
33:39
Erin Simonitch, 3rd year attorney, Coalition of California Welfare Rights Orgs.
Elizabeth Robles
33:40
Hi, Elizabeth Robles, 1st year attorney w/California Rural Legal Assistance in Fresno, CA
Rebecca Moskowitz
33:41
Hi Matt!!!
Vi Tran
33:42
Vi Tran, 5th year attorney, Disability Rights CA in San Diego
Henrissa Bassey
33:45
Henrissa, 4th yr. attorney California, BayLegal
Myla Garcia
33:48
Myla Garcia, Ed Equity Summer Intern, CRLA
Andre Enriquez
33:49
Andre, 2L at Loyola Law LA, Summer Law Clerk
Christine Harbster
33:49
Christine Harbster, rising 2L, Los Angeles
Joe Rendon
33:49
Joe Rendon, Community Worker, CRLA, Inc
Alora Howard
33:50
Alora, UCLA Law grad and Fellow at Disability Rights Legal Center in Los Angeles!
Maria A
33:51
Maria Aguiniga, Summer Intern CRLA at Stockton,CA
Darius Dehghan
33:52
Darius, 2nd year attorney, Inner City Law Center in Los Angeles.
Lucia Choi
33:52
Lucia Choi, 5th year attorney, Disability Rights California in Los Angeles
MacKenzie Canniff
33:52
MacKenzie Can. Tiff, 10-yr atty. In LA at Mental Health Advocacy Services
Lizzette Gomez
33:52
Lizzette Gomez, 2nd year staff attorney at DRC in Sacramento CA
micah clatterbaugh
33:58
Micah clatterbaugh, 3rd year of practice, Oakland - public advocates
Emily Ikuta
33:58
Emily Ikuta, staff attorney, Disability Rights California (DRC)
David Harris
34:03
Hi everyone. David Harris. Rising 3L at Berkeley Law. Based in Oakland.
Josephine Mongare
34:07
Josephine a LLM student Loyola Law School
Diana Hernandez
34:08
Law Clerk at Disability Rights California , Rising 3L at LLS
Jason Shefferd
34:12
3L Ventura, CA
Jason Shefferd
34:22
Brit Nuckles, rising 2L University of Washington law student in Seattle
*Josh Cottle
34:44
Thank you all for sharing where you are and what you do! Thanks so much for joining us!
*Josh Cottle
41:48
Throughout the presentation, if you have questions, please write them in this chat and we will answer them at the end of the presentation.
Mona Tawatao
44:18
Our other cocounsel in the Sacramento case are Disability RIghts CA and National Center for Youth Law.
Moira Cullen
44:39
Is the complaint for the Sacramento case available?
Mona Tawatao
45:35
Yes. I'll coordinate with Matt to circulate it to the group.
Moira Cullen
45:43
Thanks!!
Sophie Paeng
50:32
Federal law seems to require plaintiffs to prove intent in racial discrimination cases. Are statistics sufficient to make a disparate impact claim?
Mona Tawatao
51:11
We will be getting to your question, Sophie!
Sophie Paeng
54:25
Thank you!
*Matthew Warren
55:57
Enter your quiz responses here?
Jarrell Mitchell
56:10
6
David Harris
56:11
15
Myla Garcia
56:13
13
Christine Harbster
56:14
11
Ashley Plotkin
56:15
10
Camille Nguyen
56:16
10
Sophie Paeng
56:17
10?
Gayle Tamler
56:19
5
Moira Cullen
56:20
13
Inga Nelson
56:25
9
Gayle Tamler
58:05
Out of the 13 how many are ABA qualified?
MacKenzie Canniff
01:14:48
What is the full name of the Arlington case?
*Matthew Warren
01:15:11
Enter your quiz responses here!
Moira Cullen
01:15:32
C
MacKenzie Canniff
01:15:32
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Jarrell Mitchell
01:15:33
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Erin Simonitch
01:15:34
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Laura Siegel
01:15:35
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Isabella Ordorica
01:15:37
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Lydia Nicholson
01:15:38
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Jennifer Umberg
01:15:39
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Lucia Choi
01:15:39
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Diana Cabrera-Vega
01:15:39
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Camille Nguyen
01:15:44
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Emani Oakley
01:15:44
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Gayle Tamler
01:15:44
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Inga Nelson
01:15:44
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Kate Wood
01:15:49
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Barbara Siegel
01:15:52
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Myla Garcia
01:15:54
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Christine Harbster
01:15:56
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Sophie Paeng
01:15:56
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Jason Shefferd
01:16:02
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Olivia Alden
01:16:08
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*Josh Cottle
01:16:49
Village of Arlington Heights v. Metropolitan Housing Dev. Corp., 429 U.S. 252 (1977)
MacKenzie Canniff
01:19:18
Tnx
Lydia Nicholson
01:25:35
sorry to be that person but can these slides be sent out?
*Matthew Warren
01:26:37
Yes, slides will be sent out!
mandeeppooni
01:34:29
With respect to housing discrimination, how often have you (Matt or Mona) used housing element law?
*Matthew Warren
01:36:17
Housing Element law is a great way to address structural racism and residential segregation! Connecting it to fair housing claims is so important and allows for broad challenges
MacKenzie Canniff
01:38:36
d
Jarrell Mitchell
01:38:36
d
Leigh Ferrin
01:38:40
D
Erin Simonitch
01:38:41
D
Moira Cullen
01:38:41
D
Barbara Siegel
01:38:44
d
Olivia Alden
01:38:46
D
Jason Shefferd
01:38:48
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Emily Ikuta
01:38:48
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Diana Cabrera-Vega
01:38:49
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Ashley Plotkin
01:38:51
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Christine Harbster
01:38:51
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Gayle Tamler
01:38:53
D
*Josh Cottle
01:38:54
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Myla Garcia
01:38:56
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Sophie Paeng
01:39:02
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Jason Shefferd
01:39:03
d
Gayle Tamler
01:46:17
Could you please give the site for the Washington tool kit
*Josh Cottle
01:47:20
https://justleadwa.org/learn/rejitoolkit/
Erin Simonitch
01:47:31
there's a ballot initiative this year (prop 16) to change the constitution (section 31 Art 1) in order to enable affirmative action in education. That section is phrased as an equal protection law but it's misleading. If passed, will this have any effect on discrimination cases in state court?
micah clatterbaugh
01:47:38
rhna - regional housing needs allocation
Gayle Tamler
01:47:52
Too fast...to record Washington cite. in chat box please
Sophie Paeng
01:48:20
Are there cases other than Collins v. Thurmond (and Smith v. Regents) that discuss private right of action under 11135 in educational equity cases?
Gayle Tamler
01:50:44
Thanks!!
Erin Simonitch
01:51:20
Thank you!
Joe Rendon
01:52:47
If requested to provide feedback for Permanent Local Housing Allocation and how that works alongside the Housing Element Plan, how would one provide feedback on how to be equitable via these programs? What actions should they take before ratifying their plans?
Sophie Paeng
01:53:23
thank you :)
Barbara Siegel
01:56:30
Thanks for this presentation!
Rebecca Moskowitz
01:56:32
Thanks Matt, Mona, and Josh for an awesome presentation!
Jarrell Mitchell
01:56:32
Thank you!!
Eve Rutzick
01:56:45
Thank you so much! This was great!