Reproductive In(Justice): Birth Behind Bars

Friday, April 30, 2021
10:00 AM - 02:30 PM

The Center for Justice and Law in partnership with the Ostara Initiative, the Minnesota Prison Doula Project, and the Alabama Birth Project presents our Spring conference Reproductive In(Justice): Birth Behind Bars featuring local and national advocates, community members, and leaders on Friday, April 30th 10:00am-2:30pm CST.

Join us for an in-depth conversation centering the experiences of incarcerated people navigating pregnancy and birthing. This four and a half hour event will include a series of panels, conversations, and a Keynote with cross-sector justice-impacted leaders, activists, scholars, and practitioners. Our last panel will highlight the advocacy efforts underway across Minnesota, Wisconsin, and Alabama to elevate awareness on legal and policy initiatives for reproductive justice. Stay tuned for the final speaker announcement.

The following CE credits will be available:

  • Continuing Legal Education (in progress)
  • Minnesota Board of Social Work (in progress)
  • DONA International Continuing Education (in progress)



If you have any questions or concerns, please reach out to us at cjl@hamline.edu.


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General Admission

$27.59

General Admission with CE/CLE Credit

$53.85

Hamline Faculty & Staff

FREE

Students

FREE

Justice-Impacted

FREE

Community-Funded Tickets (available upon request)

$27.59

Solidarity Donation

$

MN PDP, Ostara Initiative, and Alabama Birth Project Partners

FREE

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