If you are in the New York City area, come check out our event:
Beyond Roe: Reproductive Justice and Sterilization Abuse in the Latina Community
NLIRH board member Dr. Elena Gutierrez will discuss her new book, Fertile Matters: The Politics of Mexican Origin Women’s Reproduction, and how racism and fears surrounding immigration and Mexican-origin women’s so-called “hyper-fertility” led to their coerced sterilization. Opening remarks, as well as the Q&A and discussion that follows, will draw connections between abortion and the involuntary sterilization of our communities, demonstrating how state policies and court decisions hinder reproductive autonomy and fuel our movement for reproductive justice.
Friday, January 25, 2008 6 pm – 8 pm
New York University Wagner School of Public Service
295 Lafayette Street, 3rd Floor
(corner of Lafayette and Houston Street)
New York, New York 10012
Subway: B/D/F/V to Broadway-Lafayette St; 6 train to Bleecker St; or N/R to Prince St
Refreshments will be served! Books will be available for purchase and time will be allotted for book-signing by author Dr. Elena Gutierrez.
Sponsored by NLIRH and the Women of Color Policy Network.
To RSVP, please email Taja at intern2[AT]latinainstitute.org or call 212.422.2553