The A’Gin project looks to address issues of body sovereignty and personal empowerment for all stages of life. Healthy relationships are based on positive self-esteem and relationship dynamics with shared power and control. We cannot change one generation without acknowledging all generations. When we address body sovereignty we acknowledge young girls, young boys, mothers, fathers, grandmothers, and grandfathers. TWU along with our community is working to create a comprehensive health education curriculum that addresses our youth and aims to teach, learn and empower us all as a community.
A’gin: Tribal Prep
The Final summary reports on the last 5 years of the project:
Part Two, Fostering Resilience
Part Three, Healthy Sexuality and Body Sovereignty
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