On Friday, September 16, members of the Cornell community gathered for a workshop presented by the Cornell Law School's Gender and Justice Clinic on the recent legal decisions rolling back reproductive justice.
Panelists included Professor Liz Brundige, Esme Booker, Peyton Brooks, and Jacinda Rivas.
The workshop began with a panel discussion reflecting on the Dobbs decision; its impact and implications, including for pregnant people seeking abortions and their families and health care providers, for individuals in need of other forms of health care, and for members of marginalized communities; and next steps for advancing reproductive justice after the fall of Roe. We then broke out into small groups to discuss these issues, identify questions, and share ideas. The workshop concluded with an opportunity for conversation among the panel members and audience.
Missed the event? Watch the event recording.
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This series is sponsored by the Feminist, Gender, & Sexuality Studies Program, the Women's Resource Center, Cornell Health, and the Cornell Law School Gender Justice Clinic