ELAYO - Empower Latino Youth

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National and Regional Scientific Conference Presentations

  • “ELAYO: Empower Latino Youth – What Have WE Learned?” American Civil Liberties Union Sex Ed  Roundtable, November 2013, San Francisco, CA.
  •  “A New Majority: How do Latino Youth Succeed in the Context of Low Educational Expectations and   Assumptions of Sexual Irresponsibility?” Annual Meeting and Exposition of the American Public         Health Association, November 2013, Boston, MA.
  • “ELAYO (Empower Latino Youth): Promoting Youth Voice and Engagement Through the Use of  Technology.” YTH Live – ISIS Inc. Annual Conference on Youth, Tech, and Health, April 2013,          San Francisco, CA.
  • “Latina/o Teen Parents’ Narratives of Abortion: Implications for Policy and Practice.” Bixby Center for  Global Reproductive Health Abortion Seminar, April 2013, University of California,                            San Francisco, CA.
  • “Rethinking Approaches to Research on Latina/o Youth Sexual and Reproductive Health: Lessons  from the ELAYO Project.” Annual Meeting and Exposition of the American Public Health Association,  November 2012, San Francisco, CA.
  • “Flipping the Script: Rethinking Health Research on Latina Youth Sexualities.” National Women’s  Studies Association Annual Meeting, November 2012, Oakland, CA.
  • “Rethinking Latina Youth Sexualities: Intersections of Gender, Class, and Culture.” America    Sociological Association Annual Meeting, August 2012, Denver, CO.

Dr. Cynthia A. Gomez and Vanessa Mercado at APHA in BostonDr. Cynthia A. Gómez and Vanessa Mercado at American Public Health Association (APHA) 2013 in       Boston, MA.

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