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Bianca I Laureano, MA, CSES

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Bianca I Laureano is an award-winning sexuality educator and curriculum writer. She is a foundress of the Women of Color Sexual Health Network (WOCSHN) and ANTE UP! Professional Development for Justice Workers. She has written several curricula including What’s the REAL DEAL about Love and Solidarity (2015); Communications MixTape: Speak On It vol 1 (2017); and has contributed to the OWL 2017 Update for high school participants, and wrote the Sexual and Reproductive Justice discussion guide for the NYC Department of Health and Mental Hygiene (2018). She is offering an ANTE UP Certification which focuses on justice frameworks and implementation. She may be reached at www.BiancaLaureano.com and visit www.AnteUpPD.com where her upcoming online courses and SARs are listed.

How We Doin’ it: Incorporating Disability Justice & Multimedia Into Sex Education Spaces

August 16 @ 2:45 pm - 4:15 pm

Presenters: Bianca I Laureano, MA, CSES, Patty Berne, G Gomez

Disability oppression, aka ableism, impacts us all. Able-bodied normativity and its demands for conformity is everywhere all the time and we have the power to resist such oppression by understanding and intentionally including a disability justice framework into our work and lives. This workshop will offer an overview of anti-ableist practices steeped in Disability Justice by using the Sins Invalid Disability Justice Primer (available for small donation / purchase) by G Gomez, followed by an introduction to the film short…

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Crash Course: Intersectionality Theory, Framework, Practice

August 17 @ 9:00 am - 10:30 am

Presenter: Bianca I Laureano, MA, CSES

Intersectionality is more than a buzzword, it's a theory, framework, and a practice. Intersectionality has become a useful framework when examining power. Issues of power are always at the heart of liberation. From how to create a learning objective to implementing key concepts, to establishing trainings, workshops, and materials, intersectionality is what is being used in our field when there is little to no training on *how* to do so. In this workshop we will do a brief overview of…

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