Boston Readers, Event Tonight: “Race, Rhetoric, and Reproductive Justice”

“Race, Rhetoric and Reproductive Justice: How Current and Proposed Legislation Will Affect Communities of Color”

A Panel Discussion Featuring:

Loretta Ross, National Coordinator of SisterSong
Reverend Madison Shockley, Pilgrim United Church of Christ, Religious Coalition for Reproductive Choice
Tiloma Jayasinghe, Executive Director, Sakhi for South Asian Women
Elizabeth Barajas – Roman, Director of Policy, National Latina Institute for Reproductive Health
Priscilla Huang, Associate Policy Director, Asian & Pacific Islander American Health Forum

When: Thursday April 7th, 2011, 6:30-8:00pm, followed by RECEPTION (those wishing to attend reception MUST attend Panel). Event will begin on time.
Where: Northeastern Law School, Dockser Hall Room 240, 65 Forsyth Street Boston MA, 02115

Co Sponsored by:
Northeastern Black Law Students Association, Northeastern Asian Pacific American Law Students Association, Northeastern Latin American Law Students Association, Northeastern South Asian Law Students Association, Northeastern Human Rights Caucus, Harvard LSRJ, Boston University LSRJ, Northeastern Feminist Student Organization, and the Northeastern Women’s, Gender, and Sexuality Studies Department.

Reception after! Open to the public! Please FORWARD and distribute widely!

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  • Alan

    Northeastern Law student here – I went to this event last night and it was AMAZING.