Access for All: What's Next for Reproductive Rights & Justice

With multiple cases pending at the U.S. Supreme Court, state legislatures across the nation taking aim, and local municipalities weighing in on bans, access to abortion is entering a new phase. Hear from national and state experts on the latest news from the courts and where reproductive rights stand in Delaware.

Beyond the uncertainty of what may be next, there is hope: Delaware recently protected the right to abortion and ended antiquated criminalization laws. This panel discussion will also include ideas for how state and local leaders can expand access to abortion, as well as address economic, environmental, and societal issues that impact reproductive justice.

Access for All: What's Next for Reproductive Rights & Justice
Thursday, December 9, 7 p.m.
Virtual via Zoom & Livestreamed on Facebook

Presenters & Panelists include:

  • Lorie Chaiten, senior staff attorney, ACLU National;
  • Nick Beard, chair, Reproductive Justice Task Force, NOW Delaware;
  • Ruth Lytle-Barnaby, president/CEO, Planned Parenthood Delaware;
  • Shané Darby, founder, Black Mothers in Power; and
  • Moderated by Javonne Rich, policy and advocacy director, ACLU of Delaware.

Admission is free.

Registration is required to receive the Zoom attendee link. Zoom event will be recorded. This event will be virtual via Zoom and streamed on our Facebook page.

If you are in need of assistance or have questions, please email Priya Hay-Chatterjee, digital communications strategist, at phc@aclu-de.org

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