Hosted by: Columbia School of Social Work through the Reproductive Justice Initiative, Social Work Action Lab for Social Justice , and Office of Professional Excellence; and Columbia University Institute for The Study of Sexuality and Gender
This project is funded in part by the Racial Justice Mini-Grant Program through University Life and supported by the Institute for Religion, Culture and Public Life
Description and Objectives
We welcome you to join us for a panel discussion on recent Texas legislation regarding abortion access, SB 8, and its social, personal, health, and political implications. Panelist will also describe the intersectional impact of anti-abortion access legislation.
By attending, participants will better
understand the disproportionate impact that the SB 8 law has on Black women and women of color, immigrants and refugees, impoverished persons, young people, trans and nonbinary persons, single mothers, and survivors of incest, rape and domestic violence
identify action steps that they can take to assure access by all individuals to their legal right to abortion and reproductive health more generally