Fireside Chat: Reproductive Justice
Reproductive Justice: What Social Work Students Need to Know
As attacks on bodily autonomy continue across the country, social workers must adapt a reproductive justice (RJ) framework to better support the populations we serve. Conceived within an intersectional social justice framework, RJ focuses on populations who have been historically minoritized and support the rights to have children, not have children, and raise children in safe and healthy environments. So, why does RJ align so strongly with social work values and ethics, and what can students do to support the movement? Find out how.