This moderated 90-minute virtual panel will bring together scholars and practitioners working at the intersection of racial-ethnic health disparities and reproductive justice, and will include time for audience questions.
The panel will feature local and national experts on Latinx/e and Black maternal health, and will include time for audience questions.
For the Zoom link, register at tinyurl.com/NDRJpanel.
Elena Rebeca Gutiérrez
Associate Professor of Gender & Women's Studies & Latino Studies, University of Illinois-Chicago
Assistant Director of Health Equity & Overseer of Community Health Worker program, St. Joseph County
Miriam Zoila Pérez
Award-winning queer Cuban writer and activist.
Marchelle A. Pettit
Program Coordinator for BASE Doula Program, Goodwill of Michiana, and certified doula
The Reproductive Justice: Talks for Solidarity and Social Change event series is sponsored by the Notre Dame Gender Studies Program and the Reilly Center for Science, Technology, and Values,
with support from the Initiative on Race and Resilience, the Center for Social Concerns, the Institute for Latino Studies, the Departments of American Studies, Anthropology, English, Film, Television & Theatre, History, Political Science, and Sociology, the St. Mary's College Department of Gender and Women Studies, and the Indiana University-South Bend Women's and Gender Studies Program.
Originally published at genderstudies.nd.edu.