Gallery Sandra Teen
This event will be a combination of artist talk and (very low-key) participatory experience. All attendees are invited to self-asses the level of participation that feels right for them, even if that just means quietly listening. The walk will take place rain or shine, within reason, so please dress appropriately. Kids/tweens/teens are welcome to participate.
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On Tuesday evening, a group of young men walking in the 700 block of Washington Street heard gunfire break out behind them and began running away, taking cover in a nearby alley, Contreras said. Once there, one of the teens noticed that he had been shot in the leg and called police, staying in the alley until they arrived and took him to the hospital for treatment.
Every room can benefit from a bright touch on the walls, and that includes you teen's space! Perfect for brightening up bare walls in your teen's bedroom or hangout space, this print showcases a chalk-like drawing of a turntable with a text banner advocating for music's ability to help the world. Printed in the USA on canvas, this piece is wrapped around a wood frame for a gallery-ready look on your teen's walls. And with included wall mounting hardware, it's ready to hang right out of the box.
Games Day, 1-5 p.m. Saturday, Brewster Ladies' Library, 1822 Main St. Games with Matt Donle of Wicked Fun Games. Adults, teens and older children (ages 8 and up). 508-896-3913. FREE!
On Nov. 2, Lucy Mastrandrea, MD, PhD, chief of the Division of Pediatric Endocrinology in the Department of Pediatrics in the Jacobs School and a physician with UBMD Pediatrics, was a co-author on the NEJM study that found that a weekly injection of the drug semaglutide plus lifestyle intervention resulted in a mean percent reduction body mass index (BMI) of 16.1% in teens.
While the drug is widely used for diabetes control and weight loss in adults, it has yet to be approved for teens. The results were better than anything the participants or even the researchers had anticipated.
Thirteen-year-old Maleeka, uncomfortable because her skin is extremely dark, meets a new teacher with a birthmark on her face and makes some discoveries about how to love who she is and what she looks like.
During the worst years of official racism in South Africa, the story of one young girl came to symbolize the injustice, corruption, and arbitrary nature of apartheid. Born in 1955 to a pro-apartheid white couple, Sandra Laing was officially registered and raised as a white child. But at a school for whites, she was mercilessly persecuted because of her dark skin and frizzy hair. Her parents attributed her appearance to an interracial union far back in family history. Their neighbors, however, thought Mrs. Laing had committed adultery with a black man. The family was shunned. When Sandra was ten, she was reclassified as "coloured." As a teenager, she eloped with a black man, her parents disowned her, and having known only the privileged world of the whites, she chose to begin again in a poor, all-black township, where life was a desperate struggle against a legal system designed to enslave. 041b061a72