Blogging highlights from Rutgers-Camden (conference coordinated by Professor Kimberly Mutcherson)
A few blog highlights from the Beyond Roe conference at Rutgers-Camden:
Excellent Keynote remarks presented by Byllye Avery, founder of Black Women’s Health Imperative and MacArthur Foundation Fellowship (aka Genius Award). Dr. Avery urges a close examination of the states challenging reproductive access. She explains a link between former slave states as the new battlefront in reproductive equality…
June Carbone gives a provocative preview of her forthcoming book with Naomi Cahn: The Marriage Market
Dazon Dixon Diallo, President of Sister Love, Inc-presents new empirical data on race, youth, and reproductive decision-making and African American youths’ perspectives on abortion.
Young scholars to watch out for:
Aziza Ahmed, Assistant Professor at Northeastern School of Law presents a project on Scientific Expertise in Abortion Jurisprudence.
Lisa Kelly, SJD candidate at Harvard Law School gives an enlightening talk on Transnational abortion rights and the litigation emerging in Latin American countries.
Terrific project on the rise by Grace Howard, a PhD student at Rutgers University who presented a talk: When the Crime is Birth: “Meth Babies” and the Limits of Pure White