Stacie Moss from North Country Prenatal/Perinatal Council alerted us to this upcoming opportunity–thanks, Stacie!
rePRO is a five-day virtual film festival (running August 12-16) that will explore the past, present, and future of women’s reproductive health care, awareness, advocacy, and bodily integrity in America. Each day features a different topic:
Day 1: rePro Justice for Women of Color
Day 2: Believe Me, It’s My Body
Day 3: When Pregnancy Gets Complicated
Day 4: Let’s Talk About It
Day 5: All tickets are pay what you can. For those in need of a free ticket voucher they are offering a limited number of these for each session. All net ticket revenue will go to women’s reproductive justice advocacy organizations.
For more information, visit rePRO by mama.film.
Join us Friday at 11:00 for a discussion of non-binary identity, and what it is like for non-binary youth growing up today. Our jumping off point is this article from the New York Times:
The Struggles of Rejecting the Gender Binary
If you are unable to access the article, let me know at email@example.com.
Remember to register here. Talk to you soon!
STI/HIV Work Group Meeting – 6/23/20 (recording)
Shaquana Gardner: Remote Learning 101
Center for Community Alternatives
Shaquana Gardner presented on CCA’s video-based sexual health lesson plan for youth housed in Horizon, a juvenile facility. She discussed the overall process (challenges and successes included) for creating these video lessons, particularly highlighting the STI lesson plan as an example. The intended audience of the STI lesson plan overall is detained youth ages 14-21.
Slide 12 Video: Video URL: https://youtu.be/bf5RZpcyaOQ?t=35
(Start video at 0:37 and end at 1:48)
Slide 13 Video: Video URL: https://youtu.be/ktgLzCysQsI
(Start video at beginning and end at 1:07)
Thank you, Shaquana, for this excellent example of lesson planning and video creation!
This week for the club we are going with a video: learn from children and teens about what it’s like Growing Up Trans in this PBS/Frontline documentary.
And if you want to learn more (though it’s not necessary to watch this before the meeting), take a look at this MTV Doc: Transformation.
Don’t forget to register for the meeting.
Have a great week and let’s talk on Friday!
Anne Van der Veer: Personal Boundaries and Dating Abuse Workshops
Cohen Children’s Medical Center, Northwell Health
Intended audience? Middle school, flexible up through high school
Intended facilitator? Health Educator
How to use: To be presented via live video platform (Zoom, Google Meet, etc.), with supplementary pre- and post-workshop materials provided via email or through Google Classroom
Healthy Relationships Work Group meeting – 6/24/20 (recording)
Anne’s presentation begins at 5:30.
Resources: Personal Boundaries Workshop
Resources: Dating Abuse Workshop
Thank you, Anne, for sharing these terrific resources!