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Race & Reproductive Rights Post-Roe: A Discussion with Author Natalie Moore and Chicago Abortion Fund

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Embodied Inequalities Event

About the event: This event focuses on reproductive justice in Chicago and features Natalie Moore, WBEZ journalist and author of the recently published play, The Billboard: A Play About Abortion. Set in Chicago's Englewood neighborhood, The Billboard portrays Black women fighting for reproductive rights and autonomy as the local government seeks to shut them down. Natalie will be in conversation with Alicia Hurtado, Communications and Advocacy Manager at Chicago Abortion Fund.

Please note that, following UIC guidelines, in-person attendees will be required to wear a mask.
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About the series: The Embodied Inequality: Unpacking the Impact of Race & Racism on Health series builds on important work documenting extensive health disparities. This interdisciplinary lecture series explores why race is so consequential for health outcomes and how scholars, practitioners, and community groups can intervene to improve health outcomes for vulnerable communities.