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March 16 @ 9:30 am - 3:30 pm

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Because There shouldn’t Be A Next Time

Hosted by the grassroots organization Sisters in Sync, the #MaybeNextTime Summit will feature discussions, presentations, and entertainment addressing the disparities faced by Black women and girls.

Panel Discussion

We’re thrilled to have been selected as panelists for Panel Discussion: “The Role of Cybersafety in Mitigating the Impacts of AI and Online Violence Against Black Women and Girls.” During our session, we will discuss the importance of reframing the discussion around violence against women, the ways in which technology is used to perpetuate violence, and empowering participants with education about tech-facilitated, gender-based violence such as sextortion, cyberbullying, and more.

Exclusive Course Preview

We will also be presenting an exclusive first-look into our brand-new, FREE cybersafety and cybersecurity course: “Charting Your Course: A Map From Cybersafety To Cybersecurity” which was designed specifically for Canadian teens. The course features everything from personal cybersafety best practices, to exploring exciting cybersecurity careers and pathways.

Interested in learning more?

Charting your Course: A Map from Cybersafety to Cybersecurity

Register Today

Visit https://sistersinsync.org/maybenexttime/ to register and learn more!

#WeGotYouSis #MaybeNextTime #ThereShouldntBeANextTime

Resources

The One-Time Passcode Scam: How Spot it and Stop It

One-Time Passcode Scam – Visual Explainer

What’s The Harm?

Being Pseudonymous Online – or Why You Should Lie online!

How to Skim a Privacy Policy before clicking “I accept”

Sextortion Scam Awareness: what teens need to know

Sextortion Scam Awareness

Extortion Scams: How to Spot it and Stop it

Scam Red Flags: the hallmarks of an online scam

Details

Date:
March 16
Time:
9:30 am - 3:30 pm
Website:
https://sistersinsync.org/maybenexttime/

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