02 February 2010

Sherrybaby and Reproductive Justice: NCRW Reports

Our Sherrybaby screening and discussion was a wonderful success, but don't take our word on it, read Kyla Bender-Baird's perspective on the National Council for Research on Women's Big Five blog. She noted:
Coming out of communities rather than a legal framework, reproductive justice tackles a broad spectrum of issues from immigration to LGBT identities to worker rights, highlighting the intersections and recognizing institutional barriers. By exploring the themes of poverty, single motherhood, the criminal justice system, and the welfare system, the Ms. Foundation utilized Sherrybaby as a catalyst for greater discussion of reproductive justice.
Read the posting for more on our grantees: Migrant Health Promotion, National Advocates for Pregnant Women, and the Rebecca Project.

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