Let's Talk Reproductive Justice

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Let's Talk Reproductive Justice


Monday, April 8


6:30 P.M. EDT


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YWCA Delaware is pleased to extend an invitation to "Let’s Talk Reproductive Justice." Join us for an insightful discussion led by Becca Cotto, our Director of Racial and Social Justice and Advocacy, along with esteemed guests Brittany Taylor-Williams, Founder and CEO of Black Girl Health Collective, and Mara Gorman, Public Affairs Manager at Planned Parenthood of Delaware. Together, we will delve into the profound meaning and significance of Reproductive Justice, exploring its origins, contemporary relevance, and heightened importance in today's world. This promises to be a thought-provoking conversation you won't want to miss. Reproductive Justice encompasses the fundamental human right to maintain personal bodily autonomy, make choices about having children, not having children, and raising children in safe and sustainable communities. Coined in 1994 by the Women of African Descent for Reproductive Justice, this term emerged from the recognition that traditional women’s rights movements often failed to address the unique needs of women of color, marginalized women, and trans* individuals. Our discussion will explore a wide array of issues, from the importance of doula services to the complexities of IVF. By unpacking these topics, we aim to foster understanding and advocacy for inclusive reproductive rights that honor the diverse experiences and needs of all individuals, regardless of race, class, gender identity, or background. Don't miss this opportunity to learn and contribute to the pursuit of reproductive justice for all.




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