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Reproductive Justice 101

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Join Chicago Abortion Fund and Sekile M. Nzinga-Johnson, PhD, MSW for a workshop on Reproductive Justice.

Sekile is the current Director of the Women's Center at Northwestern University. She received her PhD from the University of Maryland in Human Development (2001), her Masters of Social Work from Ohio State University (1994), and her Bachelor's of Science in Social Work from Morgan State University (1993). Nzinga-Johnson previously was a tenured Associate Professor of Social Work and is the founding director of Nazareth College’s Women and Gender Studies Bachelor of Arts program. Her scholarship and prior teaching have centered on the intersections of race, class, and gender in reproduction and parenting; critical feminist university studies; and child welfare & family policy. She is the editor of Laboring Positions: Black Women, Mothering and the Academy (Demeter, 2013) and her second book manuscript Lean Semesters: The University as Hyper Producer of Inequity is under review with Johns Hopkins University Press. In addition to her academic career, Nzinga-Johnson's social work practice and community engaged work have focused on Black women’s and girls’ health and mental health, reproductive justice, healing from sexual trauma, program development & evaluation, and intersectional feminist leadership. She also serves as a board member for the Chicago Abortion Fund and is a member of the Illinois’ statewide Women’s Justice Taskforce.

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