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AHWG: 2017 Providers Gathering: Moving Toward Health and Justice: Transform...

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Futures Without Violence

100 Montgomery Street

The Presidio

San Francisco, CA 94129

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Join the Adolescent Health Working Group in discussing health outcomes for Boys and Young Men. We are gathering to discuss the relationsihp between gender and health lead by The Representation Project with clips from the film The Mask You Live In. Ashanti Branch from the Ever Forward Club/Siepmre Adelante will be guiding our participation in the #100KMasks challenge. In addition, there will be six breakout mini sessions thoughout the day. And a panel discussion on Sexual/Reproductive health and PrEP.

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San Francisco Department of Public Health: Behavioral Health Servces MHSA & MCAH

Department of Children Youth & Families

Program:

Opening: Shamann Walton - San Francisco Unified School District Board President

Keynote: Dr. Joseph Marshall Jr. - Author, lecturer, radio talk show host, and community activist; Executive Director at Alive & Free; featured in the documentary film, The Mask You Live In

Partnered Organizations:

The Representation Project: The Mask You Live in: http://therepresentationproject.org

Stay Alive and Free: http://stayaliveandfree.org

Ever Forward: Ashanti Branch https://everforwardclub.org/#overview

San Francisco Getting to Zero: Adolescent Health Work Group

Huckleberry Youth Programs

San Francisco Unified School District

With Breakout sessions by:

Ashanti Branch - Teacher, community activist, Founder and Executive Director at Ever Forward Club; featured in the documentary film, The Mask You Live In

Magaly Marques - Expert in gender- and sexual health-transformative interventions; NAMEN, Steering Committee member (North American MenEngage Network)

Maurice Byrd- Therapist at The Center for Harm Reduction Therapy

Shawn Taylor- Director of Gateway to College Program at Laney College; Lecturer, San Francisco State University; Former Probation Program Supervisor at Seneca Center

City Surf Project- http://citysurfproject.com/our-mission/

Erik Martinez - Program Manager, LGBTQ Support Services, San Francisco Unified School District
Victor Travis - Health Educator, San Francisco Department of Public Health

Panel on Sexual/Repro Health + PrEP: The San Francisco Getting to Zero Initiative - Aimed at eliminating new HIV infections, HIV-related deaths, and HIV stigma

Closing remarks: Adrian Acencion - Community Organizer and Policy Advocate, ACLU of Southern California



Audience: SF/Bay Area Providers of Adolescent Health Care: Medical Doctors, Nurse Practitioners, Medical

Support Staff, Social Workers, Behavioral Health Practitioners, Teachers, Public Health Workers, Non-profit

workers, youth development specialist, Juvenile Probation and Juvenile Hall Staff


8:30am: Breakfast and Registration

9am: Welcome and Keynote & 100K Mask Challenge

10am: The Representation Project: Panel discussion on gender and health

11-11:15am: Break

11:15am-12pm: Break out session 1

12-1pm: Lunch and Netowrking

1-1:45pm: Break out session 2

1:45-2pm: Break

2pm: Afternoon Gathering

2:30pm: Energizer/Performer

3pm: Getting to Zero Panel discussion on Sexual Reproductive Health and PrEP

4pm: Closing Remarks and Evalutations


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