Wednesday, January 26, 2011

Working With LGBTQ Youth 1010

presented by
ROSMY-Institute for Equality
in partnership with
Virginia Home for Boys and Girls
Virginia Department of Behavioral Health
and Developmental Services

When: April 13, 2011
9am - 4pm
Where: VHBG
8716 W. Broad St.
Richmond, VA 23294

$30 per person
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  • Learn the basics such as accurate and respectful terminology and the difference between sexual orientation and gender identity.
  • Get practical experience navigating difficult dialogues such as how to ask "The question," the importance of asking, and how to determine when it is appropriate.
  • Additionally, you will receive 10 easy tips for being an advocate for LGVTQ youth.

ROSMY's training has won the Fitz-Turner Award from the Virginia Education Association for outstanding leadership in promoting positive inter group relations.

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