KU's chapter of Law Students for Reproductive Justice is part of a nationwide organization that believes reproductive justice will exist when all people can exercise the rights and access the resources they need to thrive and to decide whether, when and how to have and parent children with dignity, free from discrimination, coercion or violence.
The goals of this group are to advance understanding of reproductive justice and encourage multi-issue conversations and activism. Each fall, we have three webinars about why you should care about reproductive justice. Our main events last year focused on legislation having to do with reproductive rights. This year we are planning an event on domestic violence, a trivia night and an event on Roe v. Wade.
If you are interested in joining or learning more about Law Students for Reproductive Justice, you can join the KU Law Students for Reproductive Justice Facebook group. We will also be at the Welcome Picnic on Friday!
- Emily Warr, president, Law Students for Reproductive Justice
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