洛杉矶，加利福尼亚 - 2020年4月14日 -In recognition of Child Abuse Prevention Month and Sexual Assault Awareness Month, The Foundation for Global Sports Development (GSD) and Childhelp are again joining forces and will present a free virtual Saturday matinee screening of在黄金的心: Inside the USA Gymnastics Scandal (ATHOG)，an HBO documentary produced by Sidewinder Films, GSD’s media division。本月初The Television Academy recognized ATHOG in its 13日电视学院荣誉，a prestigious award presented to television programs that harness “the power of television to inspire social change.”
虚拟筛选将于星期六，4月25日日at 4 pm Eastern / 3 pm Central / 2 pm Mountain / 1 pm Pacific and will be accompanied by a live Q&A session on Twitter. Directed by Erin Lee Carr,ATHOGgoes beyond the sensational headlines around the Larry Nassar gymnastics abuse case to expose a culture in sport that allowed Nassar to abuse hundreds of young athletes over the span of decades.ATHOGfeatures interviews with the survivors, coaches, and Judge Rosemarie Aquilina, who presided over the sentencing hearing in which an unprecedented 156 survivors gave victim impact statements.
“From the outset of the film’s production, we hoped在黄金的心将扩增幸存者的声音和需求如何我们的社会保障措施的运动员改变一个强大的工具，”史蒂芬Ungerleider博士说，ATHOG生产者和GSD板构件。
David Ulich, also a producer ofATHOG和GSD，加入板构件，“它是一种天然的伙伴关系，共主体这种筛选用CHILDHELP。我们与CHILDHELP几个项目，以结束滥用的运动，如“说出来，是安全的运动员课程合作，我们很高兴继续与这个虚拟筛选我们的努力。”
Childhelp Co-Founder & CEO Sara O’Meara said, “During the COVID-19 crisis, when so many families are together at home, it is a good time to reinforce prevention education: body safety, online security and opening up important lines of communication.”
Childhelp Co-Founder & President Yvonne Fedderson added, “We have been rescuing at-risk youth for over 60 years and have made it through wars, conflicts and recessions. We know the power of a survivor’s spirit. During difficult days, these brave athletes in the documentary在黄金的心remind us all that nothing is more powerful than using our collective voices to keep others safe.”
While it is free to attend the virtual screening, pre-registration is required. Please register athttp://athog2020.eventbrite.com。
Founded by Sara O’Meara and Yvonne Fedderson in 1959, Childhelp® has brought the light of hope and healing into the lives of more than 10 and a half million children as a leading national nonprofit organization dedicated to helping abused, neglected and at-risk children. Childhelp’s programs and services include residential treatment, children’s advocacy centers, therapeutic foster care, group homes and child abuse prevention, education and training. The Childhelp National Child Abuse Hotline serves children and adults nationwide 24/7 through phone, text and online chat. For more information, visitwww.childhelp.organd follow Childhelp atfacebook.com/childhelp，instagram.com/childhelpandtwitter.com/childhelp。