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Reflecting on Roe: Reproductive Health, Reproductive Freedom and Racial Justice in the new decade

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In 1973, Roe v. Wade enshrined a woman’s Constitutional right to make choices about her own reproductive health without being restricted by the government. Fifty years after this landmark decision, abortion access is under direct threat, and reproductive justice is still a constant struggle –– particularly for Black womxn, who disproportionately face maternal health challenges. On February 11, join Zioness and an extraordinary panel of leaders in the fight for reproductive freedom to discuss the obstacles and challenges women still face, as well as the intersection of white supremacy and the anti-choice movement. The event will begin with an introduction by Zioness National Organizing Director, Rabbi Lindsey Danziger, who will teach us how Jewish text commits us to the fight for abortion rights.