3nd Bridge Meeting
https://docs.google.com/document/d/1ikjA52JdnM_MJHfRqi2LrRKq8mkh2tBY6-E7fx-R_Ac/edit Third Meeting for Bridge Project Date: Nov 7th, 2020 Attendance Self Introduction with Favorite Food:
Dr. Yan Searcy: Phylis
Dr. Bing Bing Li: Menudo
Dr. Weimin Sun: Thanksgiving Turkey
Janice: Green bean casserole
Bosiu: Chinese Dumplings
Kerstern: Roast stew and cornbread
Student under Dr. Li
Shanlin (student) : Hot pot
Holly: Beijing Roast Duck
Kelani (student)i: Tamales (Chicken Tamales with Green Sauce)
Arthur (student): Mabo Tofu
Feng Li: Braised Pork Belly
Chang Li: Noodles
Aaron (student): Steak
Ning (Owen’s mom): Stir fried tomatoes with scrambled eggs
Ning: works at amgen as a scientist
Owen : Westlake highschool student, teaches scratch
Angela (student): Ramen
Granada Hills Charter student
Part of youth group
Taught speech and debate
Thanksgiving events planned?
Planning a workshop/discussion
Youth planning a workshop,
Agenda 1: Thanksgiving Events
Strong family time
Wants to establish a community
Wants to have a party, however, is overwhelmed by the events
Thanksgiving does not seem like a good time to plan events, postpone instead.
Agenda 2: Plan a workshop/discussion
Establish a workshop to build common ground
Around 1-2 hours to discuss histories together
Knows that Black and Chinese have been living together in the same area (Mississippi)
Could take a lot longer than just 1 session.
Will be actively engaged in tasks with one another
Utilized active learning, instead of just basic lectures.
Wants to understand history so that we can understand the present
Wants workshop to have conversations about stereotypes and demystifying stereotypes among one another
Stick to workshops between one another
Prefers to host interview workshops with one another
Could use youth group
Suggests to focus primarily on one aspect, instead of being to ambitious
Wants to help and establish common grounds due to their shared history of being oppressed in America
This workshop will be started by this time.
Will establish a series of workshops, and have breakout sessions
Workshop sessions will be about common shared histories and stereotypes between the two groups.
Agenda 3: Winter Break One Week ZoomCamp
Puts forth proposal of establishing a winter camp workshop.
Wants to gauge interest among communities.
Even at this moment, youth group is teaching courses to students.
Looking forward to people coming in and helping instigate activities in to the youth group
Wants people to join and help teach academic and fun classes in the youth group
Yan and Rosalind
Be patient, supportive of ideas
Very supportive of ideas, and allows for blacks to desire and want this.
Discourages more academics
Wants to include fun involved
Kinda like “hiding vegetables inside brownies”, analogy by Rosalind
Wants to integrate math into activities
Wants to encourage sports watching and other bonding activities
Could integrate “Freedom Writers” into each other allowing us to understand and get together greater.
Wants to help join each other and instead of driving a wedge between each other.
Thinks that this group can achieve a greater bonding agent and communication between the two groups.
This group has potential to achieve greater bond between two groups
Will have a workshop with one another
Will have the winter zoom classes with the two groups
Winter zoom classes will start/go along with the two communities
Future details (ie classes, topics) will be established and looking forward to doing.
Whats up: “Hi”
Check you later : “Good bye”
Chinese: 下次见， 再见