Please join Child's Hope, Wayne County SAFE, and Kids-TALK Children's Advocacy Center on Friday, October 25th, 2019 at the Detroit Institute of Arts (DIA) Lecture Hall for a film screening of "At the Heart of Gold: Inside the USA Gymnastics Scandal," followed by a panel discussion moderated by Channel 7 Action News Anchor Carolyn Clifford. Doors open at 6:00 PM. Networking with the panelists featured in the film will begin at 6:30 PM. The film will be shown at 7:00 PM, followed by the panel discussion and an opportunity for Q&A. The "Let's Protect: Preventing Child Sexual Abuse" workshop will be held the following day, Saturday, October 26th, 2019, in the Michigan Room of the University of Michigan-Dearborn College of Education, Health, and Human Services (CEHHS) Building, Fairlane Center South, 19000 Hubbard, Dearborn 48126. CEUs will be available for the workshop, at no cost.There is no cost for either event, and both are open to the public. A huge thank you to the DIA for donating their space for this special event!For more information, please contact Lacea Zavala, LZavala@guidance-center.org or Kelly Pinson, firstname.lastname@example.org.About the film:For more than two decades Dr. Larry Nassar was the osteopathic physician for the U.S. women’s Olympic gymnastics team, as well as a physician at Michigan State University (MSU). During that time, he sexually abused hundreds of female athletes.Based on years of research by producers Dr. Steven Ungerleider and David Ulich and featuring brave testimonials from the athletes at the center of the story, director Erin Lee Carr’s powerful documentary, At the Heart of Gold: Inside the USA Gymnastics Scandal, reveals a dangerous system that prioritized winning over everything else, including protecting young female athletes. Through interviews with dozens of survivors, as well as coaches, lawyers and journalists, the film exposes an environment in which young women spent their youth competing for victory on a world stage, juxtaposed against a culture where abuse was hidden, and lives were forever damaged.