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Remembering, Restored and Ready: A Braintrust Centering Reproductive Health

September 20, 2023 @ 12:00 pm - 7:00 pm

Remembering, Restored and Ready: A Braintrust Centering Reproductive Health Event Poster

Join RH Impact for this 1-day summit bringing together reproductive health advocates, policymakers, and care providers to discuss the vital role reproductive justice plays in the fight for social justice and equity. Throughout the day, we will explore related policies and critical issues targeting global Black communities.

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1:00 PM – 2:10 PM
We Still Remember: The Black Reproductive Justice Agenda and Fight for Bodily

Over thirty years ago, Black women led a movement for reproductive freedom with the seminal brochure We Remember: African American Women for Reproductive Freedom. Over the past year, we’ve seen some of the most restrictive and regressive reproductive health care policies of our lifetime; however, the movement for bodily autonomy is more alive than ever. Hear from reproductive justice advocates about the work that is being done to restore and improve reproductive health and wellbeing and how communities can best support it.

2:15 PM – 3:25 PM
The Politics of Reproductive Justice: The Road to 2024 and beyond!

The fight is at the ballot! With the overturning of Roe v. Wade, it has been highlighted how crucial individual representatives are to protecting our bodily autonomy and right to choose. As we look ahead, there are tactics we should employ to help us restore power to Black communities. Hear strategies of how best to work with advocates, policy makers and more to protect your rights in the upcoming 2024 election cycle.

3:30 PM – 3:50 PM – BREAK

3:50 PM – 5:00 PM
Global Reproductive Health Policy: A Perspective on Haitians

Presented in partnership with CARE – This panel will shed a light on the health and humanitarian situation for Haitians living in Haiti, the U.S., and as migrants in the Dominican Republic, with a particular focus on the impact on Haitian women. The discussion will focus on what U.S. policy and influence can do to improve the situation in Haiti, what members of Congress are already doing to respond to the situation in Haiti, what the calls for U.S. policy are, and what the organizations on the panel want to see done.
5:30 PM – 7:00 PM
Networking Happy Hour

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