Category Archives: Education

A bit of our President’s History: Brandon Bennett

I awoke on the morning of February 3, 2003, after being asleep for approximately two days and decided to make my last sale.

I had considered this for some time, as I had become alienated from every true friend and family member, not for any specific bad deed but for what I was doing to myself and what I represented. Read the rest of this entry

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Teen Health Seminar: Friday, May 3rd at GY2KC!

*Over 20 Contraceptive Methods
*Hormonal Implants and many more
*Counseling and Education
*STD’s and HIV/AIDS (Diagnostics and Treatment)
*Pregnancy Diagnosis and Counseling
*Postpartum Services
*Services for Male Patients
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Donate to the Generation Y 2000 Diversity Center!

Donate Now to Yuma’s only youth and young adult Diversity Center! Read the rest of this entry

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World AIDS Day 2012 in San Luis, AZ

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YUMA WORLD AIDS DAY EVENTS, 2012!

Once a year, on December 1st, a global commemoration of World AIDS Day remembers the millions of lives lost to this disease, draws attention to the needs of millions more living with HIV/AIDS, promotes education to prevent new infections, honors the progress made in the battle against AIDS, and renews commitments made to tackle the epidemic. World AIDS Day is important in reminding people that HIV has not gone away, and that there are many things still to be done. Read the rest of this entry

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Yuma: 11 Convenient Vote Centers takes the debate out of where to VOTE!!

Yuma, Ariz. – Registered voters in Yuma County don’t have to debate over where to vote! During previous Presidential Elections there was confusion over which Polling Place voters were supposed to check-in. Read the rest of this entry

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Join us for “Rock your Vote”!

To support National Latino AIDS Awareness Day (NLAAD) on October 11, 2011, Back to the Basics Please, Inc. (BTTBP), and the Regional Center for Border Health, Inc. (RCBH) will host a FREE to the public event called ROCK YOUR VOTE on Thursday, October 11, 2012 from 7pm – The event to be held at our Generation Y 2000 Diversity Center, 447 S. Main Street, Yuma. Free HIV testing and health screening provided by the RCBH mobile medical unit between 11:00 am and 4:00 pm! Read the rest of this entry

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The Anniversary – A Short Film for World AIDS Day

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Yuma: Dec 10th, United Nations Human Rights Day

On Monday, December 10, 2012 – United Nations Human Rights Day – Yuma gay and lesbian history will be made again! There will be a public celebration and affirmation for committed gay and lesbian relationships. This is a non-religious experience. Read the rest of this entry

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PFLAG San Diego: Holding Families Together (pt. 1)

PFLAG’s “Holding Families Together” part 1 of 4:

Holding Families Together looks at social problems that result when parents reject their LGBT sons and daughters. Teens that come out are more likely to become homeless and turn to drugs, prostitution and crime. When rejected, these gay, lesbian and transgender teens become depressed and suicidal. Many problems are avoided, however, when young people receive the support they need. Read the rest of this entry

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