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When our hijas, hermanas, y amigas have the information and resources to plan whether and when to have children, it’s good for them, and good for the whole society. Check out why at www.iamYoSoy.org #iamYoSoy
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RT @DorothyERoberts: Not everyone can, but I explained why I had my babies at home & why #midwives matter to #reprojustice -- https://t.co/…
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Oct 21 - Blog
As we approach the end of Hispanic Heritage Month,
Our e-LOLA is an initiative at the NLIRH designed to accommodate to the lives of busy young women by allowing them access to the materials presented at the traditional, rigorous two and a half day LOLA trainings.
Our next e-LOLA training, Talking about Abortion, will take place online on January 22nd, via an hour-long webinar session. This webinar training will provide Latina activists, with specific skills building tools to prepare them to speak to their communities about abortion, and to take action for reproductive justice
After the training, e-LOLA graduates will receive:
Click Here for English or Spanish.
Applications are Due by
January 21, 2013
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
1. What if I can only attend part of the training?
We only have a limited number of slots and we want to make sure that everyone who is selected can participate in every webinar session. Unfortunately, we will not be able to accommodate participants that cannot attend all three sessions.
2. I have never been active on reproductive rights issues; can I still apply?
This training is for Latinas of all backgrounds and experiences. During the training we will devote an entire session to the history of the reproductive rights movement as well as provide participants with reading material and resources.
3. How much does the e-LOLA cost?
There is no charge for participating in the webinar sessions.
4. What is the application process?
Applications are now available! Make sure you submit your online application by January 21st. Submit the completed Google Document (English or Spanish) and if desired, send your resume with “e-LOLA: (your name) Resume” in subject line to Angy Rivera at Angy@latinainstitute.org. After we review your application we will contact you with the webinar information.
Go here for our online application: English or Spanish.