Date(s) - Thursday, October 12, 2017
6:00 pm - 9:00 pm
1 in three teens have experienced dating violence. Come to a presentation on teen dating and the persistent attitudes that contributes to violence in teen relationships. Michael Lyde, Ph.D., our presenter, will bring his extensive background in violence prevention.
6:00 pm —dinner
7:00 pm —presentation and facilitated discussion
Dr. Michael Lyde, an active member of UUCLB, serves on the Community Advisory Board for the Interval House African American Network for Violence Free Relationships and recently served as Project Director of Interval House’s Ujima Project to Engage Men and Boys, which seeks to educate and empower men and boys of color to become allies with women and girls of color to stop gender-based violence.
For more information and to register, email Adult Religious Education. Additionally, to learn more, stop by the Religious Education table/cart after church service on Sundays and talk to someone.
Childcare available. RSVP to make reservations for childcare at Adult Religious Education.
$5.00 suggested donation.
Presented by the Lifespan Religious Education Committee.