About the Summit
The Texas Black Women’s Reproductive Justice Summit & #TXBlackWomenRiseUp campaign was created in direct response to the state of Black women’s reproductive health in Texas.
The 2016 TXBWRJ Summit, held in Dallas, sought to connect Black women with Reproductive Health, Rights, and Justice organizations working in Texas. Attendee’s shared stories to facilitate healing and built relationships for long-term change; acquired a framework to implement in their respective districts, communities and organizations.
This was a convening where Black Women Lead critical abortion and reproductive rights conversations. As a result, TAC was able to lay the foundation for an intersectional policy agenda focused on groundbreaking solutions.
Reproductive Justice + Faith
How can people of faith support the lives of Black Women in their spiritual homes?
TX Black Women’s Reproductive Justice Summit: The Black Church’s Response to RJ
We’re gathering faith-leaders, layfolk, and activists for engaging panel discussions on Faith Based Reproductive Justice.
“What Does God Have to Say About It?” opening reception featuring Dr. Yvette Flunder, Presiding Prelate of The Fellowship of Affirming Ministries and Marsha Jones, Executive Director of The Afiya Center.
“Radical Reproductive Justice” book signing with Dr. Toni Leonard Bond.
“Death by Delivery” film screening with discussion led by Dr. Joia Crear Perry
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