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Media Culture

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Media plays a big role in the lives of today’s pre-teens/teens. So it’s no wonder many of the messages young people get about their self-esteem come from the media they read and view. According to the Committee on Public Education, the average U.S. youth views nearly 14,000 sexual references each year, but only 165 of these will deal with self-control, positive body image, and setting boundaries. Join us in this webinar to learn tools that will help you teach kids how to be media literate and allow them to be an educated viewer who can notice and judge media content. Help your youth learn to recognize messages that are exploitive, irresponsible, and unrealistic.

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