Watch the TEDMED 2014 talk featuring our CEO Dr. Nadine Burke Harris.

The talk I was Just Thinking Too Small” is a powerful look at how the experiences we have as children can have ripple effects for the rest of our lives. We set an audacious goal of one million views to demonstrate the momentum behind our movement, and we know we can get there with your help.

Here are three easy ways you can help:

1) Share Dr. Nadine Burke Harris' TED Talk to anyone you think would be interested.

2) Feature this talk on your website or blog.

3) Spread the word on social media - here are some sample social media posts you can use:

 
What’s the #1 public health issue of our time? Watch @DrBurkeHarris @TEDMED 2014 talk on #toxicstress now on @TEDTalks! http://go.ted.com/ysX

@DrBurkeHarris raises the alarm about #adversechildhoodexperiences, #toxicstress on @TEDTalks! http://go.ted.com/ysX



Watch CYW CEO Dr. Nadine Burke Harris on TED.Com
Our mission in the fight against ACEs and toxic stress is three-fold: prevent, screen and heal.
Prevent
We are helping to prevent toxic stress
by raising national awareness among
those who have the power to
make a difference.
Screen
We screen all kids who walk through the Center's doors for Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs) and toxic stress.
Heal
We are a national leader in
developing the best ways to heal kids
experiencing toxic stress.
How childhood trauma affects health across a lifetime
"The science is clear, early adversity dramatically affects health across a lifetime...The single most important thing we need today is the courage to look this problem in the face and say this is real and this is all of us."
Dr. Nadine Burke Harris - TEDMED 2014
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UPCOMING EVENTS

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May
African American Parent Advisory Council: 3rd Thursday of every month except December
2014: October 16, November 20; 2015: January 15, February 19, March 19, April 16, and May 21; 5:45pm-8pm     Leola Havard Early Education School Auditorium; 1520 Oakdale Ave
Join parents from around SFUSD to advocate for their children, learn about upcoming events for African American students and find out about SFUSD’s programs. Child care and dinner will be provided. Sponsored by the Office of Access and Equity: 415.401.2555 Thursdays - 2014: October 16, November 20 Thursdays - 2015: January 15, February 19, March 19, April 16, May 21 5:45pm-8pm
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Want to visit the New Exploratorium?!
July 1st 2014-June 30, 2015     Piers 15/17 SF, CA 94111
WHAT: Exploratorium Community Family Pass WHEN: July 1st 2014-June 30, 2015 WHERE: Piers 15/17 SF, CA 94111 WHO: Exploratorium & BMAGIC CONTACT: Jeaneane Young (415) 558-2487 or jeaneane@bayviewmagic.org NOTES: BMAGIC has been given a Community Day pass to access (FOR FREE!) the Exploratorium as part of a new year long pilot program. We would love to share this opportunity w/ BVHP families, children/youth participants. How it works: 1) Contact BMAGIC at least one week before you plan to make your outing to Exploratorium. The pass is intended for small groups of no more than 8 people including adults. 2) BMAGIC will give you the Pass 3) Return Pass back to BMAGIC w/in 48 hours of your trip. The Exploratorium also offers affordable opportunities for larger groups such as 5 free public days per year and free or reduced admission for weekday field trips for CBOs. For more info about these programs and hours visit www.exploratorium.edu. This pass is available on a first come first serve basis.