Social Justice Movie Night -Multi-generational Poverty and Food Insecurity
Posted 6 months ago by Delanor Manson, Ma, Bsn, Rn
Join us for the last social justice movie night for the 2022 calendar year for an in-depth look at multi-generational poverty and food insecurity and the impact on health and healthcare. Watch the movie “Growing Up Poor in America” that discusses the effects of poverty and then join us at 7:00 PM for an expert panel discussion. Registration will close at 6:00PM on Wednesday October 19. A link will be sent to all registrants on Thursday morning. You may watch the movie at anytime during the day and then join us at 7:00 for the panel discussion.
At the completion of this presentation each participant will be able to:
1. Identify the significance of food insecurity among those living at or below the poverty level.
2. Examine the incidence of generational poverty and food insecurity in Kentucky.
3. Assess the physical, emotional and financial needs of children living in generational poverty.
4. Identify how growing up in poverty impacts adulthood.
Contact Hours: 2.4
Attendees must stay for duration of this program to be awarded contact hours for continuing nursing education, provide license number upon registration and complete an evaluation for the program. Partial credit will not be awarded for any session. We reserve the right to cancel or alter the program if unanticipated circumstances necessitate changes. The Kentucky Nurses Association is an approved provider of continuing nursing education by the Kentucky Board of Nursing (KBN). The KBN approval of an individual nursing continuing education provider does not constitute endorsement.