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By on May 3, 2012

May the Odds Ever Be in Your Favor: ‘Hunger Games’ to promote healthy relationships

Kelly Miller and Brandy Sutherland of the Center for Healthy Teen Relationships, a project of the Idaho Coalition Against Sexual & Domestic Violence, describe how they engaged young people to discuss gender equity at the opening of the popular move “The Hunger Games.” The Center for Healthy Teen Relationships conducted a survey and have released a lesson plan for teachers on gender empowerment.

 

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