NYCAASC 2018: Emergence Workshops

NYCAASC 2018 > Workshops: Track 1

Reproductive Justice 101

GC 288 , 11:45 - 1:10

Join Planned Parenthood of New York City in an honest conversation about the history of reproductive health care and abuse in communities of color. This workshop will not only dig deep into the history and origins of reproductive health in the US, at the expense of poor women of color, but will serve as an opportunity to strategize how to incorporate reproductive justice lens into personal politics and movement spaces.

Alice Hu

Alice Hu

Alice is a Columbia junior studying sociology and current Community Organizing Intern at Planned Parenthood of New York City. Originally from central Illinois, she has embraced the diversity and activism in NYC and has organized for immigration issues in addition to her current work at PPNYC. She is passionate about academic research that informs and empowers activism and policymaking, and intends to work at the intersection of social research and political advocacy in the future!

Khadija Hudson

Khadija Hudson

Khadija Hudson is a political organizer at Planned Parenthood of New York City. There she helps get reproductive friendly and progressive candidates get elected into office.

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