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Global Initiative for Boys & Men recommended or created videos
PUSD and Our Sons: How Pleasanton Unified School District is Emblematic of California and our nation's Boy Gender-Gap in Education. In this brief webinar (that included a Q/A) parents, educators, and school boards across the country will learn the ways educational data mining tends to miss the collective outcomes of boys. From achieving basic literacy skills to meeting college readiness standards, boys of all races do worse than their female counterparts of the same race in meeting these standards as well as a number of other measures. GIBM also offers solutions and ways for parents to start asking the right questions from their school districts so policy can work on decreasing the Boy Gender-Gap.
PUSD and Our Sons: As Pleasanton Unified School District and other districts in California and the nation discuss equity and inclusion program, boys are often left out of the discussion. Join GIBM on Thursday, June 17, 2021 from 11:00 a.m . to 11:45 a.m. Pacific Time for a brief presentation and Q/A session regarding the education of our sons.
GIBM Interview with Filmmaker/Documentarian Ginger Gentile: Family Court is a $50 billion dollar industry that separates parents and children. Watch our interview with filmmaker/documentarian Ginger Gentile. Erasing Family and Erasing Dad are powerful documentaries that expose the harm done to children and parents by a system of special interest groups that undermine the health and welfare of children and their parents.
Peanut Butter Cheerios Commercial: How to Dad commercial is really awesome.
Dad Talk Today with Eric Carroll: Conversations with Senator O'Laughlin of Missouri and Dr. Warren Farrell on the Boys Crisis and challenges and needs of men is one of the most refreshing and open conversations regarding this topic.
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Videos to help and motivate our boys
Maya Angelou has certainly had her share of hardships; even one that included the kidnapping of a grandson by the biological mother that lasted for four years. In Letters to My Daughter, Angelou expresses what I think children know instinctively and what courts seem impervious to: "I've learned that regardless of your relationship with your parents, you'll miss them when they're gone from your life."
Angelou's words seem the very soul song of Ginger Gentile's Erasing Family, a documentary that reminds us that parental rights are human rights -so much so- that if we allow parents to love their children, the children will thrive.