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Loretta Ross: What is Reproductive Justice?

  • Frist Campus Center, Multipurpose Room A (map)

In her talk, Loretta Ross will explore the term Reproductive Justice, including issues of reproductive oppression and its interrelated issues such as population control, immigration restrictions, gun culture, prison-to-school pipelines, prosecution of women for pregnancy-related behaviors, and others. Based on the human rights framework, Reproductive Justice is quickly becoming the primary framework used by new voices in the movement to advance beyond paralyzing debates of abortion politics.

All undergraduate & graduate students, staff, faculty and administrators are welcome to attend.

Sponsored by the Women’s Center.

Earlier Event: April 17
Tea with Feminists: Jean Semelfort
Later Event: April 19
Clothesline Project Study Break