What you will learn:

This training will be exploring the various intersections of social justice, race, socioeconomics, and reproductive health. The reproductive justice movement scrutinizes the effects of unfair laws and systems on marginalized communities. Racial bias, gender discrimination, and economic inequality are sources of injustice that catalyze ongoing activism. Health rights are meaningless if people lack access to them. This training is an opportunity for folks who are Black, Indigenous, people of color (BIPOC) and allies to learn about advocacy, specifically around reproductive rights.

About the instructor:

Briona "Bri" Jenkins is an activist, consultant, and public speaker who uses her platform to evoke change in the workplace.

Bri has over eight years of experience in the nonprofit sector and has worked for a variety of organizations across several sectors. In the summer of 2020, Briona decided to start her consulting business, Briona Jenkins Consulting where she strives to help organizations and companies become more accessible, diverse, equitable, and inclusive. Additionally, she works with nonprofit organizations on their fundraising and marketing goals, and shares her story as way of encouraging others to see the power in themselves. In October 2019, Briona began hosting her podcast, The Tea with Bri, where she sits and chats with a different guest every week about various topics. Outside of work and podcasting, Bri sits on five nonprofit boards, loves to travel, and is working on her first book.
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