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Youth Leadership Manual (FINAL)

Youth Leadership Manual (FINAL)

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Published by Romel Antoine

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Published by: Romel Antoine on Mar 01, 2012
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TABLE OF CONTENTSBAGLY’S HISTORY…………………………………………...…..3TIME MANAGEMENT………………………………………………5LET’S TALK FACILITATION…………………………………....11
Facilitation Skills..…………………………………………..12Suggestions for Facilitation.………………………………. 13 The BAGLY ‘Script’………………………………………. 16Icebreakers…………………………………………...…… 17Positive Group Behavior…………………………………..20Disruptive Group Situations………………………………23Facilitating Disagreement……………………………...…27Resolving Conflict…………………………………...…….28Flip Charts………………………...……………………….29Content, Process, and Relationship…………………...….32Debriefing & Celebration……………………..…………..34
 
ANTI-OPPRESSION..……………………………………………39
Diversity…………………………………………………....40Examples of Oppression…………………………………….
Ableism…….………………………………………..42Sexism………………………………………..……..43Racism…………………………………..…………..44Anti-Semitism……………………..…………………46Classism……………………………………………..47Internalized Homophobia/Biphobia…......…………..48
 Trans 101………………………………………………..….50
Transgender & Gender Queer 101…………………...51Gender Normative Privilege…………………………..56Impact of Transphobia……………………………….58
 White Privilege: Unpacking the Invisible Knapsack……59 Working With a Diverse Team…………………………...69
 
 
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COMMUNICATION SKILLS…………………….…………….71
Group Decision Making…………………………………72Resolving Conflict………………………………………..77DESC Feedback Model………………………………….80 Active Listening………………………………………….83
 
HEARRT………………………………………………………….
History…………………………………………………...89Being Sex-Positive………………………………………90HIV/AIDS 101…………………………………………..92HIV Testing……………………………………………..95Sexually Transmitted Diseases (STDs)………………..96Substance Use’s Impact………………………………...99Queer Youth Resources…………………………..…….102
 
 
HISTORY OF BAGLY
BAGLY's roots reach back to the late 1970s when a contingent of youth from the adult-ledCommittee for Gay Youth voiced their frustration over the fact that there were noorganizations run by, and for, GLBT youth. With funding raised by the youth through acommunity auction, these courageous and visionary young people, along with an adultsupporter, founded and BAGLY in 1980. The founding members located a space indowntown Boston, established a youth Steering Committee (that included two adultadvisors) to make decisions, plan and implement programs and activities for its members.In the 1980s, BAGLY's most significant accomplishment was its pioneering role inproviding social support, youth leadership, and health promotion programs and activities forGLBT youth, long before there was political support and funding for this work. Thisincluded establishing a GLBT Youth Speakers Bureau, HIV/AIDS prevention andeducation programs and the nation's first Prom for GLBT youth.In the 1990s, BAGLY led the way in strengthening and expanding support for GLBT youthby establishing the GLBT Youth Group Network of Massachusetts, becoming a founding member of the Massachusetts Governor's Commission on Gay and Lesbian Youth, and afounding member of the National Youth Advocacy Coalition (NYAC) for GLBT youth in Washington, DC. BAGLY youth leaders were also instrumental in the advocacy efforts thatadded "sexual orientation" to the list of defined, protected groups in the MassachusettsStudents' Rights Law in 1993.

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