We know that policies about reproductive health and rights don’t just live in our lawbooks. They live in real people’s bodies and experiences. And people are not one-dimensional. The ability to access reproductive health care can be affected by your zip code, socioeconomic status, immigration status, race, gender identity, and so much more.
Representatives from Navigate MN, ACLU of Minnesota, and the Trans Health Leadership Program at Planned Parenthood Minnesota Advocate will join us to discuss how reproductive health and freedom intersects with immigration rights, racial justice, and transgender health and rights. We will hear stories of how people’s reproductive health have been affected by their access to power and privilege and learn what we can do to fight for the rights and health of all.