Michigan Unitarian Universalist Social Justice Network (MUUSJN)-led panel on the role faith plays in supporting pro-choice, pro-access values and what everyone can do be involved in an intersectional fight for reproductive justice.
-The Progressive Women’s Caucus campaign to restore reproductive health care access
-How these policies will improve care in Detroit clinics
-Reclaiming the narrative of faith calling one towards the anti-choice movement
-Explaining why faith calls many boldly and compassionately towards the fight for reproductive justice and accessible care
-The role of men in the fight for reproductive justice
Jenny Byer, Reproductive & Economic Justice Organizer for MUUSJN, Royal Oak
State Representative Kristy Pagan (D-Canton)
Joshua Berg, Humanist Celebrant, Huntington Woods
Rabbi Kim Blumenthal, Interfaith Council for Peace & Justice, Ann Arbor
Ashia George, Scotsdale Women’s Center, Detroit
Glenn Northern, Catholics for Choice, Washington D.C.
To attend, you can purchase a 3-day (10/27-10/29) or 1-day (10/27) registration to the Women's Convention in the link for tickets.
You can also volunteer for a Friday, (10/27) shift and attend the Convention for the rest of the day: bit.ly/2guwe5E