Mississippi First has had some great national press in Fall 2012. Below, see links to two national news pieces and one national blog post about our work promoting evidence-based, age-appropriate, and medically accurate sex education.
- NPR, “Teen Pregnancy Declines, but U.S. Still Lags Behind“–Executive Director Rachel Canter is interviewed on All Things Considered about Mississippi First’s work on sex ed.
- TIME Magazine, “Sex Education in Mississippi: Will a New Law Lower Teen Pregnancy Rates?”–Executive Director Rachel Canter and Deputy Director Sanford Johnson are both interviewed about sex ed.
- RH Reality Check, “Sex Education in Mississippi: Why it is Time to Celebrate Progress“–Jamie Bardwell of the Women’s Fund of Mississippi writes about the success of the CHART Initiative.
[Posted November 6, 2012]