Let's Talk Race and Resilience

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Saturday, March 16, 2019 from 1:00 PM to 4:00 PM

 

 

 

 

 

Living in Future Tense (LIFT)

Facilitator: Angie Mejia

Together for Resilient Youth 

presents

 

Let's Talk Race and Resilience

https://talkrace.eventbrite.com

 

 

 

Saturday March 16, 2019 1 PM – 4 PM

Golden Belt

807 E Main Street

Durham, NC 27701

 

This event is primarily for youth ages 14-17 however parents and adults are welcome.

 

Are our differences, our history, implicit bias and real-life experiences keeping us apart?

 

Being apart makes the climb harder.

 

We need each other.

 

LEARN

SPEAK

ACT

 

Stop Bullying. Stop Suicide. Live in Future Tense!!!

 

Refreshments

 

Guest Speaker: Mr. Cornell P. Wright, MPA Executive Director of the DHHS Office of Minority Health and Health Disparities

 

Guest Speaker: Dr. Wanda Boone, CEO Together for Resilient Youth (TRY)

 

Youth Panel: As I See It

 

 

 
 
 
 
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 Celebrate Family Dinner Day any Day
   

 

 

Why are Family Dinners Important?

 

It is not always easy to eat dinner together as a family. Research from the National Center on Addiction and Substance Abuse (CASA) has found that when they asked teens and parents why they did not eat dinner more often together, the two groups of people blamed each other.

The number one response for teens? Parents were either at work or had a late work shift.

The number one response for parents? Everybody is busy and has different activities.

Research studies, however, continue to highlight the power of family dinners. Now a new study 1 from CASA at Columbia University has been released, and it says that teenagers who do not eat dinner frequently with their family are:

  • Twice as likely to use tobacco
  • Almost twice as likely to use alcohol
  • More likely to use marijuana

The same is true with grades in school:

  • Teenagers who have five to seven family dinners per week are more likely to get As and Bs in school.
  • Teenagers who have fewer than three family dinners per week are twice as likely to report receiving mostly Cs and lower grades in school.
 
 
 
 
    
 
  
 
 
    

 

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