Voices of Reproductive Justice Hosted "This is What Resilience Looks Like: The Power Art Activism and Healing Webinar"
The Voices of Reproductive Justice, in cooperation with UNCG's She Can We Can, Beyond the Women's Suffrage Centennial, presented This is What Resilience Looks Like: The Power Art Activism and Healing Webinar, on Tuesday, April 13th. The panel consisted of Karen Anderson, Justice Advocate, Dr. Zitty Nxumalo, Creative Artistic Director of Zodwa Dance Co., Xavier Carrington, Visual Artist, and Keisha McKane, Chief Organizer Artists4Justice.
The guest panel was introduced by students from the Department of Public Health Education that included, Rebecca Eliassaint, Community Health Education and Dance Minor, Sulianie Mertus, Doctoral Student, and Elondra Harr, Masters Student.
Voices of Reproductive Justice Committee Co-chairs, Professor Christina Yongue and Professor Amanda Tanner coordinated and hosted this event. Professor Yongue and Dr. Tanner serve as reproductive advocates in the Department of Public Health Education as well as in the community. Additionally, this webinar would not have been possible without the incredible coordinating work of Hilda Midianga, who is a graduating senior in the Community Health Education Concentration. Hilda is completing her Health Education Internship with the Voices for Reproductive Planning Team. There are 14 members of the Voices for Reproductive Planning Team. We appreciate their dedication in making this event possible.
If you were unable to attend this Voices of Reproductive Justice virtual event, we hope that you will enjoy the recording.
Want more? Read, Mindfulness for Maternal Health and Reproductive Justice written by Elondra Harr, MPH candidate.