Challenging Systemic Racism in Our Regional Justice System: Session 1 - Community Perspectives

WELCOME: Jenae Ball – SCBA President LAND ACKNOWLEDGEMENT: Bailey Warrior Pahang, GU School of Law 3L, descendant of Lummi Nation, the Lhaq’temish people. BLESSING: Yvonne Swan-Wanrow, Sinixt Arrow Lakes Colville. Enrolled Tribal Member Confederated Tribes of the Colville Reservation KEYNOTE ADDRESS: Chief Justice Debra Stephens and Justice Raquel Montoya-Lewis This session is worth 1.25 ethics credits of the total credits (6.0 ethics) approved by the Washington State Bar Association. Must be viewed and reported by 09/26/25. WSBA Activity ID#: 1151132 Recorded: 09/26/2020
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Challenging Systemic Racism in Our Regional Justice System: Session 3B -Smash the School to Prison Pipeline

SMASH THE SCOOL TO PRISON PIPELINE FEATURING: Vanessa Torres Hernandez - Legal Director with Northwest Justice Project; Team Child Youth Voice, Nicole Jenkins-Rosenkrantz - Community Partner's Manager with Spokane Public Schools; Bob Murphy - Retired Judge from Oklahoma, and retired Washington Administrative Law Judge Moderator Inga Laurent This session is worth 0.75 ethics credits of the total credits (6.0 ethics) approved by the Washington State Bar Association. Must be viewed and reported by 09/26/25. WSBA Activity ID#: 1151132 Recorded: 09/26/2020
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Challenging Systemic Racism in Our Regional Justice System: Session 3C - Advising People of Color Owned Businesses

ADVISING BLACK, INDIGENOUS PEOPLE OF COLOR (BIPOC) OWNED BUSINESSES FEATURING: Ben Cabildo, President of AHANA; Nima Motahari - Senior Architectural Project Manager at Womer & Associates and Moderator Briana Ortega This session is worth 0.75 ethics credits of the total credits (6.0 ethics) approved by the Washington State Bar Association. Must be viewed and reported by 09/26/25. WSBA Activity ID#: 1151132 Recorded: 09/26/2020
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Challenging Systemic Racism in Our Regional Justice System: Session 4 - SCBA Task Force on Our Local Justice System

ADDRESSING RACIAL AND ETHNIC DISPARATIES AND ACCESS TO JUSTICE IN OUR REGIONAL JUSTICE SYSTEM. Featuring: President Jenaé Ball, Morgan Maxey, Briana Ortega, Natasha Hill, and Inga Laurent. This session is worth 1.0 ethics credits of the total credits (6.0 ethics) approved by the Washington State Bar Association. Must be viewed and reported by 09/26/25. WSBA Activity ID#: 1151132 Recorded: 09/26/2020
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DIVERSITY LUNCHEON (2017)

BLACK HISTORY & BELOVED COMMUNITY Phillip Tyler - President, Spokane NAACP 1.0 ethics credits in WA. Must be viewed and reported by 02/10/22. No written materials. WSBA Activity ID #:1032754 Recorded: 02/10/2017
Price: $35.00

DIVERSITY LUNCHEON (2019)

THE CASE FOR DIVERSITY: A National Priority -The State of Diversity in a divisive climate -Diversity Statistics in the State of Washington -Public Dialogues & Cultural Conversations -Challenges of Diversity -Strategies for Inclusive Success Dr. Shari Clarke is a nationally recognized award-winning diversity educator with over 25 years of expertise. Dr. Clarke holds a Ph.D. in Higher Education Administration from the University of Nebraska, an MA in College Student Personnel from Bowling Green State University and a BA in Sociology from Lane College in Jackson, Tennessee. 0.50 ethics credit in WA. Must be viewed and reported by 02/08/24. WSBA Activity ID #: 1099967 Recorded: 02/08/2019
Price: $17.50

TRAUMA INFORMED ADVOCACY (2018)

CULTURAL COMPETENCE: A Key Principle of the Trauma Informed Approach Aaron Riley, Regional Long Term Care Ombudsman - SNAP 1.0 Law & Legal credit in WA. Must be viewed and reported by 11/16/23. WSBA Activity ID #: 1085132 Recorded: 11/16/2018
Price: $30.00