On Thursday, January 26, Jen Keighley (YLS '10) from Planned Parenthood Federation of America’s Litigation & Law department will be here to discuss the role of expert evidence in reproductive justice litigation.
This project focuses on the harm reduction and safe abortion practices of feminist movements, such as abortion hotlines, and their direct action and guerilla tactics including postering, street art, and public spectacle. Within these movements, access to information as a harm reduction measure is practiced as part of a larger struggle to challenge the state and its authority. Harm reduction seeks to radically disrupt and decenter public power, and inspired by a collective freedom, to construct new and alternative ways of caring and living.
Louise Melling, Deputy Legal Director and Director of the Center for Liberty at the ACLU, will explore the different way in which the public has viewed refusals to serve LGBT people for reasons of faith versus refusals to serve women seeking reproductive health services motivated by religious beliefs.
A panel with Reva Siegel, Linda Greenhouse, and Stephanie Toti, and moderated by Cilla Smith
Please join the ISP's Program for the Study of Reproductive Justice, Law Students for Reproductive Justice, and the Latinx Law Students Association for a discussion of reproductive healthcare for unaccompanied immigrant minors.