4:00 PM - 5:15 PM - Talk
5:15 PM - 6:00 PM - Breakouts
Zoom Webinar - https://bit.ly/915-AftermathOfDobbs
What can the fight for reproductive justice learn from the struggle for trans justice? What are the costs of the failure of those movements to be in close conversation with one another?What should we make of claims in theNew York Times and elsewhere that gender-neutral descriptions of reproductive rights "erase women"? Bridges and Strangio will address these questions and more.
Speakers and Moderators
Khiara M. Bridges (Professor of Law, UC Berkeley School of Law) and Chase Strangio (Deputy Director for Transgender Justice,ACLU's LGBT & HIV Project), in conversation with Russell Robinson (Walter Perry Johnson Professor of Law at Berkeley Law, and Faculty Director of the Center on Race, Sexuality & Culture) and Leti Volpp (Robert D. and Leslie Kay Raven Professor of Law in Access to Justice at Berkeley Law, and Director of the Center for Race & Gender).
Following the talk, we invite you to engage in conversation about ways to be more directly involved in the struggle for reproductive justice -- Online via Zoom breakout rooms and in person at watch parties.
Hosted by the Center on Race, Sexuality & Culture at Berkeley Law, and the Center for Race & Gender .
Co-sponsored by the Department of Gender and Women's Studies and the Gender Equity Resource Center (GenEq) .
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