Raynah and LaToya.... Our training sessions are not recorded. The session last week on 6/17 was not originally scheduled, but we added it because we had many inquiries about the workshop from people on the East Coast. We had offered the W/S in the past on a 1pm-5pm PT schedule, which on the East coast makes for an 8pm ending. So 6/17 was 8am-1230pm PT, which attracted many more East Coast students. We don't have another regularly scheduled session for GIS for ESJ until October ( https://kingcounty.gov/services/gis/training/Catalog/gis-for-equity-and-social-justice.aspx ), but if there was sufficient demand we'd add another public session mid-summer. We are going to be presenting the class four more times within the next month, but these are dedicated sessions, two for the City of San Jose and two for the City of Seattle. Related to the GIS for ESJ workshop, I am finalizing the development of a GIS for ESJ Best Practices document, as my AGS EthicalGEO Fellowship project ( https://ethicalgeo.org/thoughtleaders/ ). The public peer-review process has just closed and I am making final revisions. After this has been endorsed by my peer contact group, it will be submitted to the GIS&T Body of Knowledge as a new article. Cheers.... Greg Babinski
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Hi Esther West, no worries on the delayed reply Veronica Velez recently spoke at the GIS for Equity & Social Justice SIG at the UC but unfortunately those were live events and the recordings are not available. However, I do have the link to a presentation she gave earlier this year at a different webinar if you are interested...here is the link Women and GIS | Webinar Video | Esri.
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