Saturday, September 15
In Collaboration with The Living Bridges Project and Bay Area Transformative Justice Collective
(RSVP now closed)
Location: 1330 Broadway #300, Oakland, CA 94612
Birds, Bees and Wolves: How to Use The Talk as a tool to End Child Sexual Abuse
What exactly is “the talk”? At what age do parents discuss this uncomfortable but imperative topic? In a time where sex education in public schools is almost eradicated, how are young people obtaining these vital tools? Where do younger children fit into the conversation of sex and who decides what sex is? Join in the conversation to understand the power of comprehensive sex education for children and youth as a tool of power and a mechanism to combat child sexual abuse.
Monday, September 17
In Collaboration with Impact Justice
“S” is for Sex: Caregiver Edition
An interactive workshop for any adult (parents, advocates, guardians, family members) looking to expand their ability to talk about S-E-X with children/young people as a lifeskill and childhood sexual abuse (CSA) prevention tool. Topics will include health sexuality, sexual harm, sexual orientation identity and consent.