REPRODUCTIVE HEALTH ACCESS
IN LATINA/O COMMUNITIES
Agave Room - Student Union
The Center for Latin American Studies is proud to host Elizabeth Estrada, who has worked to tout reproductive justice in Latino/a communities throughout the United States. Most recently she was working in Brownsville, TX supporting
local organizers in efforts to secure access to reproductive health facilities.
Elizabeth Estrada erves as the National Field Coordinator for The National Latina Institute for Reproductive Health and will speak on the efforts of Latina women in Texas and throughout to address the disparities of access to reproductive healthcare.
She will also host an informal Q&A regarding her broader experience working in social justice movements centered on reproductive justice in Latina/o communities.