If you plan to go to school, why not plan to not get pregnant?

As October begins, we reach the halfway point of another semester. There’s mid-semester grades to worry about, and there’s the five projects and papers due next week, and it seems that you’re just now getting into the swing of things. So, now would be a terrible time to get those unexpected two little lines on Read more about If you plan to go to school, why not plan to not get pregnant?[…]

Road to Victory: The Progress We’ve Made & the Work Yet to Come

At the Healthy Child Summit on June 28, the Natural Wonders Partnership Council celebrated ten years of addressing the various aspects of child health and the challenges faced by children in Arkansas every day. One such challenge is the high rate of teen pregnancy in our state. Andrea Kane of the National Campaign to Prevent Read more about Road to Victory: The Progress We’ve Made & the Work Yet to Come[…]

May: Raising Awareness for Teen Pregnancy Prevention

If you’re reading this, you are probably aware of the effect pregnancy has on teens. However, as National Teen Pregnancy Prevention Month comes to a close, it’s important we reflect on what we can do year-round to continue the conversation on pregnancy prevention among young adults. This matter affects each and every one of us, Read more about May: Raising Awareness for Teen Pregnancy Prevention[…]

Turning Ideas Into Action

Yesterday, at the Clinton Health Matters 6th Annual Activation Summit, Former President Bill Clinton recognized the work of the Arkansas Department of Higher Education (ADHE) and Angela Lasiter in the prevention of unplanned pregnancy for young adults across the state in public two and four year colleges and universities. Public health leaders from across the Read more about Turning Ideas Into Action[…]

How to Prevent Unplanned Pregnancies in 140 Characters or Less

Last week we had the amazing opportunity to present at the Texas Campaign to Prevent Teen Pregnancy 6th Annual Symposium in Grapevine, Texas. Speakers from across the globe gathered to share information and inspiration on adolescent health programs. From the World Health Organization and the Centers for Disease Control to UC Berkeley and various other Read more about How to Prevent Unplanned Pregnancies in 140 Characters or Less[…]

WE ARE LIVE!

Drum roll, please………………………………… You’ve heard me talking about this thing…called a website for our work with preventing unplanned pregnancies.  THIS IS IT!  Well, this is not really it.  But it will be “it” in a few days when I can get some things added. I’m so excited.  #thearkansascampaign #may4nationalday #whatadaytostart   Angela