This series of discussions is presented in an effort to highlight and further inform the
complexities of reproductive justice. The considerations surrounding legislation on
reproductive rights often appear on ballots reduced to binary decisions, which
obscure the many contexts within which they exist. This series will draw upon the
knowledge of researchers and practitioners across areas of study and service, so
that we can learn more about the roots and ramifications of present-day decisions.


DAVID SLUSKY (he/him) Economics
SHARLA SMITH (she/her) Population Health, Kansas Birth Equity Network
MEGHA RAMASWAMY (she/her) Population Health
KELSEY GODDARD (she/her) Research and Training Center on Independent Living
ASH WILSON (they/them) Center for Sexuality and Gender Diversity
SARAH DEER (she/her) Women, Gender, & Sexuality Studies / Law / Public Affairs and Administration


Moderated by ALESHA DOAN (she/her) Women, Gender, & Sexuality Studies / Public Affairs and Administration

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