Learning From Our Histories: Activism in a post-Roe World

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On Sept. 7, Loretta Ross joined IIGH Director Sofia Gruskin for a conversation to kick off the 2022-2023 IIGH Lecture Series. This event, in partnership with the USC Law & Global Health Collaboration, the USC Keck School of Medicine Office of Social Justice and Center for Gender Equity in Medicine and Science, brought attention to past, present and future issues central to abortion activism in the United States and beyond. Bridging the local and the global, conversation focused on the importance of abortion as both a health and a human rights issue prior to the 1973 passage of Roe v. Wade, during the several decades when it was legal, and now given the recent Supreme Court decision.

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