Let’s Not Let This Drop!

It’s important that we not let these moments of intense concern about the youth being sexually exploited in North and West Vancouver flash out into diffused apathy next week. Collaborative problem solving and learning new ways of delivering our youth  programming and educational materials is the challenge of the next decade, not just this week. Here’s an excellent article to ponder while we’re worrying about what to do about Craigslist.

“Teens Divulge Risky Behavior on Social Networking Sites
But e-mail intervention may spur some adolescents to change, study finds

MONDAY, Jan. 5 (HealthDay News) — More than half of teens who use the social networking site MySpace have posted information about sexual behavior, substance abuse or violence, new research shows.”