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Educator Preview: Design Thinking

Before signing their class up for a virtual experience, educators can take part in this Wednesday afternoon preview session where they will be able to meet Discovery Center staff, ask questions and watch a program demonstration. Each preview workshop qualifies for one Washington State Clock Hour. Design Thinking is open for Elementary school, middle school, high school classes. Students will use design thinking to create systems or objects to address one of three global challenges. Register for one or more sessions. Sessions are not required for registering your classes for a virtual experince.

Life, Law, and Love | Latinx and Living with HIV: A Community Conversation

We hope you can join us for a special virtual event commemorating Latinx Heritage Month. Experience powerful storytelling from artivists (artists + activists) Hugo Moro and C.L. Severson. Engage in a conversation with clients and legal representatives from Entre Hermanos, a Seattle-based nonprofit serving the Latinx LGBTQ community, The United States People Living with HIV Caucus, Center for MultiCultural Health, and Through Positive Eyes. Learn about the intersections between topics like decriminalization, stigma and immigration. Esperamos que pueda acompañarnos en el evento virtual especial que conmemora el Mes de la Herencia Latinx. Disfrute de una narración poderosa de los artivistas (artistas + activistas) Hugo Moro y C.L. Severson. Participe en una conversación con clientes y representantes legales de Entre Hermanos, organización sin fines de lucro con sede en Seattle que presta servicios a la comunidad LGBTQ latina, The United States People Living with HIV Caucus, Center for MultiCultural Health, y Through Positive Eyes. Entérese sobre lo que hay en común entre temas como la despenalización, el estigma y la inmigración. El enfoque hacia nosotros, como personas que vivimos con VIH, nunca podría reducirse a una cuestión singular. Nuestra vida transcurre a menudo por las diversas convergencias que se dan entre la vida, la ley y el amor con el VIH/SIDA. Acompáñenos para tener una conversación comunitaria que es posible gracias al US PLHIV Caucus (Caucus de PVVIH de EE. UU.) y cultivada por y para PVVIH y nuestras alianzas.  Apoyo adicional de Entre Hermanos,  Center for MultiCultural Health y Through Positive Eyes. Cubriremos una sección transversal de temas como la despenalización, el estigma, la inmigración y, por supuesto, nuestras vidas en la era “Indetectable = intransmisible” (Undetectable equals Untransmittable, U=U) a medida que fortalecemos nuestras relaciones en las comunidades en las que vivimos y que amamos.  

Through Positive Eyes: Live Artivist Storytelling

This real-time, interactive presentation of Through Positive Eyes will invite you to confront stigma and build empathy for the resilient spirit of those facing the challenges of HIV/AIDS. Local ‘artivists’ (artist + activists) Bill & Positively Positive will share their personal stories about living with HIV, and encourage participants to join the efforts to banish stigma – a major roadblock to both prevention and treatment.

Educator Preview: Data in Action

Before signing their class up for a virtual experience, educators can take part in a Wednesday afternoon preview session where they will be able to meet Discovery Center staff, ask questions and watch a program demonstration. Each preview workshop qualifies for one Washington State Clock Hour. Numbers in the Wild: Critical Thinking on Data Storytelling is open to classes of all ages. Students will practice interpreting real-life, everyday data so they can critically engage with media. Register for one or more sessions. Sessions are not required to register for a virtual experience.

Educator Preview: COVID-19, Your Story

Before signing their class up for a virtual experience, educators can take part in a Wednesday afternoon preview session where they will be able to meet Discovery Center staff, ask questions and watch a program demonstration. Each preview workshop qualifies for one Washington State Clock Hour. COVID-19, Your Story is suitable for all ages, as each student has a unique pandemic story to explore and express. Register for one or more sessions. Session not required for registration in a virtual experience.

Through Positive Eyes: Live ‘Artivist’ Storytelling

This real-time, interactive presentation of Through Positive Eyes will invite you to confront stigma and build empathy for the resilient spirit of those facing the challenges of HIV/AIDS. Local ‘artivists’ (artist + activists) CL & Kia will share their personal stories about living with HIV, and encourage participants to join the efforts to banish stigma – a major roadblock to both prevention and treatment.

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