Hope Moving Us Forward: 41 Years of Roe

In the struggle for reproductive rights, health, and justice, we have been making our way through the desert. We have united, divided, converged. And now we emerge with the wisdom of 41 years since Roe v. Wade. What are our real, full, and true stories in our struggles for justice? What are the ways forward?

From the work of the abortion provider to the child-care worker, from reproductive rights lawyers to reproductive justice activists, we will celebrate our hope, our creativity, and our passion for making justice, compassion, and dignity a fully-lived experience for all.

Molded from the clay of progressive and justice-seeking faith traditions, particularly Unitarian-Universalism, this service is a space for those who
identify as spiritual and progressive-religious, as well as folks who identify as agnostic, atheist, and non-religious. 

Children welcome!

6:00-6:30 Light dinner 
6:30-8:00 Service to honor Reproductive Justice and the legacy of Roe v. Wade 
8:00-9:00 Dessert reception and celebration for the ACCESS/BADP partnership 

Featuring the Testimonies of: 

Debbie Bamberger, Nurse Practitioner and the first clinician to be trained to provide aspiration abortions through the UCSF study on which AB154 was grounded 

Shanelle Matthews, Co-founder of Black Women Birthing Justice 

Laura M. Perez, CPM, LM with Espiritu Midwifery and Sacred Birth Place

Zakiya Luna, PhD, Reproductive Justice Scholar

J. Parker Dockray, Executive Director of Backline

Steph Herold, Deputy Director of the Sea Change Program

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Serious question, how many times have you seen anatomy photos with Black women and Black babies in the womb? At the doctors office, medical books, anywhere?

This image is not only beautiful but it's POWERFUL @ebereillustrate MORE OF THIS PLEASEšŸ˜

This is one reason that keeping abortion legal is not enough. It's already extremely difficult for many people -- even in CA -- to arrange funding, travel, childcare, etc. It's also why we do what we do. When things are already that hard, it's vital to have a support system.

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