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Presented By: Institute for Research on Women and Gender

Queering Reproductive Justice: Opportunities and Challenges in Michigan

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A roundtable discussion featuring:
- Lydia Ahlum Hanson, Director of Programs, Affirmations, Ferndale, MI
- Miriam Zoila PĂ©rez, Writer, speaker, activist, author of The Radical Doula Guide, columnist at Colorlines
- Rayna N. Brown, Center for Interdisciplinary Inquiry and Innovation in Sexual and Reproductive Health, University of Chicago
- Alexandra Minna Stern (moderator), Professor of American Culture and ObGyn, University of Michigan

Reproductive Justice encompasses the right to have a child, not have a child, and raise that child in a healthy and supportive environment. These needs are critical to LGBTQ families and communities, who often struggle for visibility and recognition. This roundtable offers an opportunity to learn from leading local and out-of-state activists and advocates and think together about how LGBTQ issues and Reproductive Justice overlap and can inform social justice efforts in Michigan.

Refreshments will be provided.

Cosponsored by Awaken Michigan.

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