Get Smart B4U Get Sexy…making sex smart and smart sexy conference & campaign launch
Download the September 23 Annual Reproductive Justice Information PDF Here
Date & Time: September 23 2014 8:30 am – 6:00 pm
Center for Healthy Families (The California Endowment)
1000 N Alameda Street Los Angeles CA 90017
More info 323 290 5955 firstname.lastname@example.org
Morning Plenary – Sankofa Panel Presentation & Discussion
Looking Back & Moving Forward
Our history influences our health status several ways, through biology, access to health services, appropriate treatments and protocols to name a few. BWW is asking an historian to articulate and acknowledge our past experience seeking and securing health services. Technology is moving at fast forward, are our conversations on the ethics, morality and economics of reproductive technology keeping up? BWW is asking a futurist to look forward and visualize reproductive health for Black women & girls.
Session 1: Just the Facts – research, statistics and fact sharing.
Session 2: Connecting the Dots – Examining how media/public health/mental/financial/violence/public policy and other factors impact access to, utilization of and delivery of reproductive health education and services.
Session 3: Plotting & Planning presenting solutions, remedies, action steps and direction to integrate data, policy, experience and wisdom with eliminating reproductive health disparities.
Lunch Program: Active participation at the University of Black Women as we share books from at home and abroad that enlighten, educate and inform on the beauty of being a Black woman. Discussion with a panel of women who influence, move, rebel rouse and sometimes calm via the written word.
Afternoon Plenary: Representing Women of Color elected & appointed to represent women & girls
Innovations & Insights: 3 minute presentations highlighting movements, tools, resources and information useful with shifting culture to inspire, respect and affirm Black women & girls
Campaign Launch: Sharing tools, social media, objectives of
Get Smart b4u Get Sexy Campaign – making sex smart & smart sexy
Shifting the culture toward supporting reproductive life decision making
Sponsored by The Department of Public Health, Health Education Administration (HEA), a designated provider of continuing education contact hours (CECH) in health education by the National Commission for Health Education Credentialing, Inc. This program is designated for Certified Health Education Specialists (CHES) and/or Master Certified Health Education Specialists (MCHES) to receive up to 6 total Category I continuing education contact hours. Maximum advanced-level continuing education contact hours available are 2.
• Early Registration (ends Aug 31)
• Registration (August 16- Sept 15)
• Late Registration (Sept 15 – Sept 22)
Scholarships & work exchanges available: please call (323) 290-5955 and speak with Krissy.