In honor of Indigenous Peoples’ History Month, the Women’s Resource Center will be hosting their fourth Coffee and Conversation of the semester—Resistance in Existence: Indigenous Peoples in the Struggle for Reproductive Justice—on Thursday, Nov. 3 from 5-6:30 p.m. in the Women’s Resource Center Lounge (Union 411).
This session of C&Cs will center Indigenous voices in the conversation surrounding the reproductive justice movement. We will hear from panelists Dr. Maile Arvin, faculty member in the history and gender studies departments, and Temerae Blackwater, health educator at the Center for Student Wellness, about what reproductive justice means to them and their communities.
Join the WRC from 5-6:30 p.m. on Thursday, Nov. 3 in Union 411 for warm drinks, sweet treats and critical discussion. Students can register here.