"Teens & Sex…The Real Truth 2001" will be a fast-paced, teen-oriented one-hour live community forum presented by the Jacksonville Jaguars Foundation in partnership with the local media. The show will address the consequences of teen sex, including pregnancy and sexually-transmitted infections including HIV and AIDS. The purpose of the program is to promote thoughtful discussion and encourage responsible behavior. Hosted by actress, Shar Jackson of Moesha; broadcasting personality, Jennifer Candelino, and Miss Jacksonville 2001, Alju' Jackson, the show will feature a live studio audience of teens guided in discussion by a guest panel of medical and legal experts. Viewers will also be able to participate in the program via phone calls and the Internet. Teens & Sex…The Real Truth 2001 will be simulcast on WAWS, FOX-30 and WJCT, PBS-7 on Thursday, May 24, 2001 from 8:00PM-9:00PM and will be rebroadcast on all other local Jacksonville television stations from May 25-30.
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Jaguars celebrate Pride Month and raise awareness for JASMYN
The Jacksonville Jaguars encourage the community to help JASMYN reach their funding goal to complete their local campus.
Jaguars recognize James Weldon Johnson's life and legacy with special performance by WR Marvin Jones Jr.
Team to contribute $250,000 in support of Lift Ev'ry Voice and Sing Park
Sing a song
Jaguars donate $250,000 to Lift Ev'ry Voice and Sing Park in Jacksonville, Jaguars wide receiver Marvin Jones Jr. preformed a memorable version of the song
Josh Lambo visits with students at the North Florida School of Special Education.
Friday morning Jaguars kicker Josh Lambo met with students to teach soccer skills at the North Florida School of Special Education.
Khan Family and Jaguars Foundation make $1 million commitment
Jaguars launch partnership with LIFT JAX and Historic Eastside Community Development Corporation
Khan, Jaguars commit $1M to neighbors Out East
Jaguars partner with LIFT JAX and Historic Eastside CDC to support a culturally-rich and important neighborhood less than a mile from the team's home at TIAA Bank Field
In the community: The Jaguars and Florida Tech partner to provide a local high school with a new STEM Lab
Students receive new laptops and a productive place to apply to college
Jaguars support Cultural Council launch of "Arts +" campaign
NFL Draft week kicks off with online charity auction of custom footballs by Jacksonville artists
Jaguars RB James Robinson joins Dairy Council of Florida to combat food insecurity
Team hosts four mobile food pantry visits in March
Jaguars staff honor Martin Luther King Jr. with day of service in historic Eastside community
Volunteers join local Black-owned business in feeding the entire neighborhood