It’s All Connected: Women’s Reproductive Rights & Economic Well-Being
July 20 @ 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
Reproductive freedom and autonomy are integral to the economic security and well-being of women and families. Limited or strained access to the full range of reproductive health services, including abortion, can have an adverse effect on women’s short- and long-term earnings and income, job security, and career advancement, and increase the likelihood they will become impoverished.
Thank you for joining us for the release of our new Reproductive Rights Index and discussion with leading experts on the intersection of reproductive rights and women’s economic well-being and the link between reproductive health services in the states and other indicators of well-being and progress for women. If you missed the online event, you can now watch the recording by visiting the link above.
Dr. C. Nicole Mason, CEO and President, Institute for Women’s Policy Research
Christine Clark, Expert in reproductive rights philanthropy and programming
Candace Gibson, Director of Government Relations, National Latina Institute for Reproductive Justice
Jessica Pinckney Gil, Executive Director, ACCESS REPRODUCTIVE JUSTICE
John Boyd Jr., Principal, The Boyd Company, Inc.