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Reproductive Health as a Human Right at Shiloh Room at the UC

Wednesday, 20 March, 2013

This is the last event for Amnesty International UT's Human Rights Week 2013. The night will consist of a panel discussion how birth control affects the female body, uses of birth control beyond contraceptives, stigmas surrounding birth control, and why access to contraception is a basic human right. Panelists include Dr. Kathy Brown, PhD, Director of Community Assessment and Health Promotion at Knox County Health Center; Anita Blatnik, nurse practitioner at UT Student Health and specializes in birth control in young adults; Corinne Rovetti, Co-Director and a nurse practitioner at the Knoxville Center for Reproductive Health; Tory Mills, External Affairs Coordinator of Planned Parenthood of Middle and East Tennessee; and Mark Mohundro, Director of the Knoxville Reproductive Justice Coalition. Q-and-A session to follow.

For more information, please contact amnestyutk@gmail.com.

This event is co-sponsored by: Issues Committee, Undergraduate Anthropology Association, Center for the Study of Social Justice, College of Nursing, and VOX.

Cost

Free

Venue

Shiloh Room at the UC
1502 West Cumberland Ave.
Carolyn P. Brown Memorial University Center
Knoxville, TN
USA

Event Contact

Ashley Charest

Phone: 6154845164
Website: Click to Visit

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