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January 08, 1993 - Image 23

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1993-01-08

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was not clear how accurate
• the findings were. However,
' there is a perception that our
• children are having sex," Mr.
/--
Wise said. "To wait until they
are juniors or seniors in high
school to teach them about
AIDS prevention is absurd.
It's like closing the barn door
after the cows have gotten
'out."
Mr. Wise acknowledged
that through the media –
Magic Johnson, MTV, televi-
sion specials – most high
school students know the ba-
sics about AIDS. However,
studies show teens are still
> Engaging in unprotected sex.

"We're hoping to help de-
velop a better rapport be-
• tween parents and children
in regards to sexuality. And
we're using Jewish values
that we are already teaching
to help change the risky be-
havior of our children," Mr.
Wise said.


On the first evening of the
• program, students will re-
main in their classes while
parents discuss AIDS and its
relationship to Jewish val-
'\, ues such as kedushah (holi-
ness), b'tzelem Elohim (being
/-,
`- created in God's image) and
pikuach nefesh (saving a
file.) The assignment to the
____narents is to talk to their chil-
dren about what they have
learned.

The second week, parents
will discuss their talks with
their children while students
meet separately, getting the
information their parents did
the week prior. The students
will also break into small
groups to produce videos
about AIDS and specific val-
ues.
The final evening, parents
and students will join to-
gether to meet people with
AIDS and those who have
been touched by the disease.
7—The students' videos will be
,9hown. Finally, families will
break into smaller groups
and meet with a member of
the panel to ask questions
and spark discussions.
'We're trying to assist par-
ents in their rapport in this
area. This (sexuality and
AIDS) is a difficult subject
and it needs to be discussed
in the home," Mr. Wise said.

All Temple Emanu-El stu-
• dents will engage in age-ap-
> propriate curriculum about
Jewish values in regards to
AIDS and sexuality. ❑

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