"On Saturday, representatives from reproductive health and justice organizations across Cornell’s campus and beyond gathered on the Arts Quad for the kickoff of Our Bodies, Their Laws — an event series aiming to foster engagement and education on reproductive rights.
The organizations tabling at the event included the Cornell chapter of Planned Parenthood Generation Action, the department of Feminist, Gender and Sexuality Studies, End Abortion Stigma, Advocacy Center, Gender Justice Advocacy Coalition, Cornell Health and the Women’s Resource Center. The event also featured a tent where attendees could vent frustrations regarding the current state of reproductive rights. The tables distributed snacks, informational pamphlets and free condoms to attendees."
Read the full article from The Cornell Daily Sun.
Please join us for our next installment of this series:
OUR BODIES, Their Laws: Impacts of Dobbs V. Jackson on LGBTQ+ Communities
Tuesday, October 25, 2022 at 4:30pm
Goldwin Smith Hall, 132
This interactive discussion with presenters and audience focuses on the potential impacts of this legislation and Dobbs v Jackson for LGBTQ+ people and communities, including the issues of gay marriage, queer kinships, and transgender healthcare and rights.
Discussion leaders include Sara Warner, associate professor of Performing and Media Arts and director of LGBT Studies; Katherine Sender, professor of communications and Feminist, Gender, and Sexuality Studies; and Cortney Johnson, associate dean of students and director of the LGBT Resource Center.