Religious Freedom/Women’s Reproductive Rights from a Jewish Perspective, 50 Years Post Roe v. Wade, 1 year post Dobbs v. Jackson
Spaces are filling up for Hadassah Richmond’s relevant and thought-provoking program on Sunday, Oct. 15, 9:30 a.m., at the Weinstein JCC.
Our keynote speaker will be Heather Booth, an iconic American civil rights activist. (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Heather_Booth).
Heather will be joined for a statewide perspective by U.S. Congresswoman Jennifer McClellan (pictured above) and Del. Eileen Filler-Corn, 56th Speaker of the Virginia House of Delegates (pictured below)
Rounding out the speakers will be Dr. Megan Cohen, Assistant Professor in the Division of Complex Family Planning at Emory University; and Elizabeth Cullen, Director of Government Relations at Hadassah in Washington, D.C. The cost for the event is $36.
You must register in advance for the program at https://hadassahsupersouth.org/ReproductiveHealth
Event chairs Ann Eisenberg (email@example.com) and Gail Moskowitz are thrilled to have such a dynamic and important conversation here in Richmond. And having Heather Booth here in person is the icing on the cake.
Heather Booth, Jennifer McClellan and Elizabeth Cullen will all be participating in further dialogue at a luncheon following the program.
The limit will be 50 guests to ensure an intimate discussion. Moderators for the luncheon will be Rebecca Young and Diane Bisgaier. Luncheon chairs Claudia Biegler and Barbara Simon are working with Amy Beth Lehman who will prepare the delicious meal.