Posted February 14, 2018
Lorain County Community College’s Women’s Link and Human Resources department will host a screening of “Reviving Ophelia” along with a discussion on Thursday, March 1 at 7 p.m. in the Cinema Hall at Stocker Arts Center.
The movie, inspired by the best-selling book “Reviving Ophelia: Saving the Selves of Adolescent Girls” by Dr. Mary Pipher, will encourage conversations about teen dating violence. It is based on two mothers struggling to raise their teenage daughters and the abusive relationship between one daughter and her boyfriend. It examines issues in America such as dating violence, love, self-esteem and the societal effects on adolescents and their interpersonal relationships. The discussion will be led by Meg McIntyre, manager of community education at Genesis House.
This event is free. Reservations are appreciated, but not required. Call Women’s Link at (440) 366-4035 to reserve a seat, or for more information.