A chair and three members sharing on the topic of Young People in AA

Brendan C from Arizona - 14 years
Jacqueline M from California - 2 years
Jenn H from New York - 11 years

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Nicola K. from Dusseldorf, Germany speaking at the EURYPAA conv. in Denmark - July 27th 2012

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Panel Meeting: Walking through pain in sobriety at WACYPAA Las Vegas 2012

Diana C: Oceanside

Miguel B: Sherman Oaks

Danelle B: Nairobi Kenya

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Adam G. from Bellingham, WA the young people's speaker at the Olympic Roundup last weekend

May 20 2017

I had a vague idea what I was doing was not to smart

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Kerry, she got sober at 18 and gives a pretty great talk on the steps, it has some q&a at the end, the questions can't be easily heard but the answers make the questions fairly clear. Sound is slightly hollow.

Victoria, Australia VicYPAA 2013

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May 11, 2017

Topic: Sponsorship

Steve - Brief speak on the topic followed by introducing the main speaker.

Hedi - Main speaker on sponsorship, I liked how up-front she is about needing help with outside issues after being sober a while

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Astrid H - A very direct young woman that kicks a little step ass.

The gift of desperation, is a gift.

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Joshua H. from Toronto, Canada speaking at the North Shore Roundup in Vancouver, Canada - 2009

It was the small actions.

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April 19, 2017

Casey R. - Sober at 16

Casey R. gives a great talk at an ICYPAA convention, she is an excellent speaker who "does well in institutions"

"We have discovered a common solution, a way out on which we can absolutely agree"

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Joshua H. - Telling his story about being young in AA at a ICYPAA confrence, I really liked what he has to say about the willingness to change.

Are you trying to tell me your name is dick head?

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Panel meeting about Controversial Issues in AA.

1st: Dating in early sobriety.

2nd: Mental health & medication in sobriety.

3rd: Talking about drugs in meetings.

Q&A for the last few min (there are a number of inaudable questions and answers, I have removed 4-5 min. of silence and left in the parts that you can hear), this also ends fairly abruptly.

 

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