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Hip Hop and African American History as Teaching Tools to Reduce Sexual Risky Behavior, Part 2

Title: Hip Hop and African American History as Teaching Tools to Reduce Sexual Risky Behavior, Part 2
  
Date: 24-Jan-24

Location: Online, with both synchronous and asynchronous options 
 
Core Knowledge Area(s): C. Socio-cultural, familial factors (e.g., ethnicity, culture, religion, spirituality, socioeconomic status, family values), in relation to sexual values and behaviors.

Presenter 1: Kelvin Walston

Sponsor: Sex Ed Lecture Series  
  
Contact: Bill Taverner, MA, CSE  
  
Tel: 484.288.9896  
  
Email: Info@SexEdLectures.org  
  
Website: www.SexEdLectures.org  
AASECT approved for: 1 CE  
(AASECT CE Credits 60 minutes = 1 CE Credit)  
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