Workshops

On Sunday, November 10th in Houston, TX, the Lilith Fund presents its second Community Continuing Education workshop. These workshops are designed to deepen Lilith Fund volunteers’ and supporters’ knowledge, and to facilitate a conversation with the community about the complexities of reproductive justice. Lilith Fund volunteers and the general public are welcome.

You must register to attend. Registration will be capped at 20 participants. The workshop will be held from 1-4:30 p.m. at an accessible location in the Montrose area of Houston– we will email you the location address once you have registered.

This workshop will present the genesis and history of the term “reproductive justice” and will discuss factors which intersect to limit Texans’ access to abortion – including poverty, income/assets, race, ethnicity, language, legal status, immigration, rape, partner violence, reproductive coercion, sexuality, gender identity, disability, illness, age, education and specific legislation and regulation.

To register, please complete this form. Selected applicants will be sent the location closer to the date of the workshop.

Thank you to everyone who attended our August 24 workshop in Austin!

Here’s where you can find this session’s ground rules, history and definitions of terms, and follow-up reading list.

The Lilith Fund is very pleased to announce a new workshop in Austin in August 2013.

On Saturday, August 24th in Austin, TX, the Lilith Fund presents its first Community Continuing Education workshop. These workshops are designed to deepen Lilith Fund volunteers’ knowledge, and to facilitate a conversation with the community about the complexities of reproductive justice. Lilith Fund volunteers and the general public are welcome.

You must register to attend. Registration will be capped at 30 participants. The workshop will be held from 1-3 p.m. at an accessible location in Austin – we will email you the location once you have registered.

Our first workshop, titled “Reproductive Justice and Intersectionality” will present the genesis and history of the term “reproductive justice” and will discuss factors which intersect to limit Texans’ access to abortion – including poverty, income/assets, race, ethnicity, language, legal status, immigration, rape, partner violence, reproductive coercion, sexuality, gender identity, disability, illness, age, education and specific legislation and regulation.

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