Tuesday, September 8, 7:30pm
Owen Brown Interfaith Center
7246 Cradlerock Way
Columbia, MD 21045
Being a youth today is incredibly challenging, doubly so if you’re LGBT. Nothing is more important to the development of a child than having a strong support network, with their parents being the head of that network.
Open to all high-school-aged youth interested in justice, the UU College of Social Justice (UUCSJ)’s Activate programs offer you the chance to gain hands-on skills to help organize, transcend boundaries, and engage in justice work grounded in UU theology.
Wednesday, September 9, 10:00am-12:00noon
House Office Building, Room 12o
6 Bladen Street, Annapolis, MD 21401
The Joint Committee on Children, Youth and Families of the Maryland General Assembly will convene a hearing for the purpose of discussing and addressing the needs of LGBT youth in Maryland.
Saturday, October 3, 7:00pm
UU Congregation of Columbia
7246 Cradelrock Way
Columbia, MD 21045
Join the congregation for the first ever Artists Showcase Concert co-sponsored by the Unitarian Universalist Congregation of Columbia’s Social Action Council and Music Ministry. The concert supports Penn North’s new youth center in Baltimore City, a safe place for youth to play, study, and hang out.
November 13 & 14, 2015 in Baltimore
North Baltimore Plaza Hotel, Timonium, MD
Friday, November 13: Professional Symposium
Workshops, discussions and networking for education, medical, mental health and social service professionals.
Saturday, November 14: Family Day
Workshops for parents and caregivers; full programs for youth: teen workshops, tween programming and a kids’ camp.
Teen Talk is a monthly discussion group for teens run by trained PPM teen Peer Educators. It’s fun, informal and there’s free pizza! These programs cover a wide range of topics, from birth control to healthy relationships. Upcoming Teen Talks and Topics: October 17th: Sexual Orientation November 21st: Drugs, Alcohol, and Sexual Situations.
Generation Hope removes barriers to educational attainment by matching teen parents attending college in the DC metro area with individuals, organizations, and local businesses (Sponsors) to participate in a mentoring relationship that includes emotional and financial support