A look back at the Women's History Month Keynote:
Birthing Justice: Reproduction, Policing, and the Making of Freedom
Presented by the Department of Women’s, Gender, and Sexuality Studies
A keynote conversation between Monica Raye Simpson (SisterSong) and Johnetta Elzie (We The Protestors, This is the Movement) moderated by Dr. Whitney Peoples (University of Texas-Arlington). This conversation explored the deep links between the reproductive justice movement and the Black Lives Matter movement and took place on Thursday March 24th at 6PM at Emory University’s Oxford Presentation Room.
News and Highlights
- Congratulations to Nowmee Shehab, programming assistant at the Center for Women at Emory, for being awarded the Brittain Award, the highest honor given to a student at Emory University.
Center for Women Call for Applicants: Praxis Leadership BoardPassionate about issues concerning women, gender, and sexuality and a commitment to fostering an actively engaged intellectual community on campus? You should apply! submit applications to www.tinyurl.com/emorypraxis. For more information contact email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.orgDeadline: Sunday, April 24 at 5:00 PM