Calendar

Oct
6
Tue
MORE
Culture Reframed Parents Program
Oct 6 @ 6:30 pm – 7:30 pm
Culture Reframed Parents Program

The world online has changed! This FREE program presented by the Shawnee County Anti-Human Trafficking Coalition gives parents and guardians the educational tools and resources to be ready for the virtual world children are in, now more than ever. The Program for Parents of Tweens guides parents through topics that provide skills to build a child’s resilience and resistance to hypersexualized culture and the impacts of pornography. Aimed at parents and guardians of children aged 9 to 12 years old, this program is divided into 5 sections and 13 modules. Visit Program for Parents of Tweens at www.culturereframed.org to access the modules.

 

 

Course Format and Subject Matter:

LIVE Virtual Discussion: October 6, 2020 from 6:30-7:30 PM via Zoom

Section 1: Catch Up and Keep Up: Does My Tween Know the Basics? – Getting Started, Skills and Knowledge, Developing a Game Plan

LIVE Virtual Discussion: October 20, 2020 from 6:30-7:30 PM via Zoom

Section 2: Helping My Tween Navigate Online and Offline Friendships – Boundaries, Consent and Privacy; Managing Technology

Section 3: Relating to Their World – Hypersexualized Wallpaper of a Tween, How do Kids Get Exposed to Porn, Developing Vocabulary

LIVE Virtual Discussion: November 3, 2020 from 6:30-7:30 PM via Zoom
Section 4: Family Decisions – Family Culture, Masturbation, Fantasy and Porn; Responding to Healthy Curiosity
Section 5: Conversation Strategies – Leading Discussions skillfully, But What Do I Say?

Sign up for Culture Reframed Parents Program Now

Oct
20
Tue
MORE
Culture Reframed Parents Program
Oct 20 @ 6:30 pm – 7:30 pm
Culture Reframed Parents Program

The world online has changed! This FREE program presented by the Shawnee County Anti-Human Trafficking Coalition gives parents and guardians the educational tools and resources to be ready for the virtual world children are in, now more than ever. The Program for Parents of Tweens guides parents through topics that provide skills to build a child’s resilience and resistance to hypersexualized culture and the impacts of pornography. Aimed at parents and guardians of children aged 9 to 12 years old, this program is divided into 5 sections and 13 modules. Visit Program for Parents of Tweens at www.culturereframed.org to access the modules.

 

 

Course Format and Subject Matter:

LIVE Virtual Discussion: October 6, 2020 from 6:30-7:30 PM via Zoom

Section 1: Catch Up and Keep Up: Does My Tween Know the Basics? – Getting Started, Skills and Knowledge, Developing a Game Plan

LIVE Virtual Discussion: October 20, 2020 from 6:30-7:30 PM via Zoom

Section 2: Helping My Tween Navigate Online and Offline Friendships – Boundaries, Consent and Privacy; Managing Technology

Section 3: Relating to Their World – Hypersexualized Wallpaper of a Tween, How do Kids Get Exposed to Porn, Developing Vocabulary

LIVE Virtual Discussion: November 3, 2020 from 6:30-7:30 PM via Zoom
Section 4: Family Decisions – Family Culture, Masturbation, Fantasy and Porn; Responding to Healthy Curiosity
Section 5: Conversation Strategies – Leading Discussions skillfully, But What Do I Say?

Sign up for Culture Reframed Parents Program Now

Nov
3
Tue
MORE
Culture Reframed Parents Program
Nov 3 @ 6:30 pm – 7:30 pm
Culture Reframed Parents Program

The world online has changed! This FREE program presented by the Shawnee County Anti-Human Trafficking Coalition gives parents and guardians the educational tools and resources to be ready for the virtual world children are in, now more than ever. The Program for Parents of Tweens guides parents through topics that provide skills to build a child’s resilience and resistance to hypersexualized culture and the impacts of pornography. Aimed at parents and guardians of children aged 9 to 12 years old, this program is divided into 5 sections and 13 modules. Visit Program for Parents of Tweens at www.culturereframed.org to access the modules.

 

 

Course Format and Subject Matter:

LIVE Virtual Discussion: October 6, 2020 from 6:30-7:30 PM via Zoom

Section 1: Catch Up and Keep Up: Does My Tween Know the Basics? – Getting Started, Skills and Knowledge, Developing a Game Plan

LIVE Virtual Discussion: October 20, 2020 from 6:30-7:30 PM via Zoom

Section 2: Helping My Tween Navigate Online and Offline Friendships – Boundaries, Consent and Privacy; Managing Technology

Section 3: Relating to Their World – Hypersexualized Wallpaper of a Tween, How do Kids Get Exposed to Porn, Developing Vocabulary

LIVE Virtual Discussion: November 3, 2020 from 6:30-7:30 PM via Zoom
Section 4: Family Decisions – Family Culture, Masturbation, Fantasy and Porn; Responding to Healthy Curiosity
Section 5: Conversation Strategies – Leading Discussions skillfully, But What Do I Say?

Sign up for Culture Reframed Parents Program Now

Nov
6
Fri
MORE
November Racial Justice Facilitation Training
Nov 6 @ 11:00 am – 1:00 pm

YWCA Northeast Kansas is dedicated to promoting racial equity by partnering with individuals, organizations, and businesses through racial justice training, advocacy, outreach and education.

The first step in a racial justice journey is to understand what racism is and learn how to talk about it.

We invite you to get up and #dothework by joining us for a FREE two-session racial justice facilitator training. By registering for this training, you commit to attending the sessions on both Friday, November 6, AND Friday, November 13 from 11:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. Please complete your free registration by clicking the ticketing link.

This training is limited to 25 registrants, free of charge, online, and open to the public. Due to a limited number of registrations available, we ask that you send us an email should you need to cancel your registration so that it may become available to others.

YWCA’s racial justice work is made possible in part by the generosity of Kansas Gas Service and their commitment to their core value of inclusion and diversity. Check out YWCA’s Advocacy and Racial Justice work and advocacy priorities here and find this event on Facebook.

Nov
13
Fri
MORE
November Racial Justice Facilitation Training
Nov 13 @ 11:00 am – 1:00 pm

YWCA Northeast Kansas is dedicated to promoting racial equity by partnering with individuals, organizations, and businesses through racial justice training, advocacy, outreach and education.

The first step in a racial justice journey is to understand what racism is and learn how to talk about it.

We invite you to get up and #dothework by joining us for a FREE two-session racial justice facilitator training. By registering for this training, you commit to attending the sessions on both Friday, November 6, AND Friday, November 13 from 11:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. Please complete your free registration by clicking the ticketing link.

This training is limited to 25 registrants, free of charge, online, and open to the public. Due to a limited number of registrations available, we ask that you send us an email should you need to cancel your registration so that it may become available to others.

YWCA’s racial justice work is made possible in part by the generosity of Kansas Gas Service and their commitment to their core value of inclusion and diversity. Check out YWCA’s Advocacy and Racial Justice work and advocacy priorities here and find this event on Facebook.