Join EyesOpenIowa and special guest Chelsea Gonzalez for an overview of the Parental Rights Movement. We've repacked a prior webinar to be watched on your own time, and at your own pace,
As the Law and Policy Analyst for Advocates For Youth, Chelsea has ample knowledge and experience to provide insight on the topic to those working within the field of Adolescent Sexual Health Education. Learn more about Chelsea here.
Chelsea will discuss the Congressional Parental Bill of Rights Act and state Parental Bill of Rights. In addition, she will provide historical context about the Parental Rights Movement.
Chelsea will help learners understand how much of a concerted effort the pushback against inclusive education has become and how interconnected library book bans, anti-CRT bills, sexuality education, minor consent and confidentiality laws, and bills targeting trans youth truly are. This will help organizations and individuals better understand their role in the fight against these restrictive pieces of legislation.
A 2014 graduate of the University of Northern Iowa, Val has a bachelor’s degree in Family Services. She is a trained facilitator in several sexual heath and other prevention-based curriculums. In addition, she was recently selected as a 2022 fellow for New Leaders Council, a distinguished institute for the changemakers of tomorrow. With extensive experience working as a health educator and within prevention services, she brings valuable insight to each of her trainings.
Val utilizes a strength-based approach to help learners meet their highest potential. During her trainings, you can expect easily digestible information, a relaxed atmosphere, and some humor mixed in!
In her spare time, she enjoys live music, stand-up comedy, and exploring new cities.
StartWhere is legislation at relating to the Parental Rights Movement, and is now the time to be proactive or reactive to this legislation?
StartHow are conversations that students have with their caregivers at home different than the conversations that caregivers who support the Parental Rights Movement want to be having with students or school staff?
StartThe Parental Rights Movement and lawsuits: What could happen?
StartWhat can individuals who work outside of advocacy/policy do to best support legislation that ensures best outcomes for young people?
StartWhat could somebody tell a supporter of the Parental Rights Movement to help them reconsider their stance on the issue?