There is a human-centered design activity called a “dig” where cohorts present their idea to different audiences and they “dig” into the details by asking a lot of questions.
Two federal teen pregnancy prevention funding issues that will have a major and negative impact on Oklahoma need your attention.
Over the last 25-years, teen pregnancies have dropped overall, but nationally the rate is declining at a faster rate than in Oklahoma. This has kept Oklahoma near the top of the list.
Trump administration’s decision to cut nationwide sex ed programs is putting many young lives at risk.
With flimsy justification, and in small type buried in routine documents, the Trump administration has informed 81 local governments and health groups that it will end grants they have received to run teen pregnancy prevention programs, two years before the grants are scheduled to end. The decision is unsettling even by the disquieting standards of this anti-science administration.
Outbreaks of a deadly, sexually transmitted disease confound health officials, whose obstacles include drug shortages, uneducated doctors and gangs.
Thrive: A Sexual Health Collective for Youth is excited to announce its public launch. Thrive is leading a communitywide public-private collaboration with a bold vision to reduce the teen birth rate in central Oklahoma by one third by 2020.
Teen pregnancy prevention takes center stage with federal funding woes met head on by leadership in the education and medical communities.
In the months since the New York Times first broke the story about Harvey Weinstein’s alleged decades-long pattern of sexually harassing women, an avalanche of accusations against other powerful men have come to light.
After #MeToo, an unprecedented number of states are considering policies to teach sexual consent in high school. But some coaches are bringing the conversation straight to the locker room.