Please join us for a special Tweet chat to talk about what the Supreme Court’s decision on the health care law (known as the Affordable Care Act, or ACA) will mean for women, people of color, LGBTQ folks, and other underserved groups. Read more »
Latinas and Cervical Cancer: Cuídate. Ármate. Edúcate.
What: A virtual cafecito (informal discussion over coffee) to discuss Latinas and cervical cancer hosted by the National Latina Institute for Reproductive Health with guest speaker Dr. Mildred R. Chernofsky. Read more »
This year’s theme, Caminamos: Justice for Immigrant Women, will invite the nation to join NLIRH in moving toward a brighter future for immigrant women and their families. Come meet other reproductive justice advocates, enjoy recession-friendly drink specials, and learn about ongoing activities that NLIRH is doing around the country. Read more »
As part of the 2nd Annual Latina Week of Action for Reproductive Rights, please join the National Coalition for Immigrant Women’s Rights (NCIWR) to discuss the important roles that immigrant women play in our communities and the increasing pressures they are experiencing with hostility and negative rhetoric meant to demonize them. This important phone call will discuss the negative rhetoric and the harmful programs that have stemmed from it. We will also give listeners a sneak preview of the Right to Liberty, Right to Family campaign that NCIWR will be launching in the fall. Read more »
Latinas and immigrant communities stand to lose the most in current Medicaid negotiations in Congress. Medicaid is the cornerstone of health care for low-income Americans; more than 58 million individuals are currently enrolled in Medicaid, including 13 million Latino adults and 9 million Latino children.
Join us for a virtual cafecito where we'll discuss the challenges current negotiations present to Latina communities.