When you hear the words reproductive justice, combined with college campus, you might think it is a move to make affordable birth control and abortion services available. But at Howard University in Washington, D.C., and Spelman College in Atlanta, thanks to the Black Women’s Health Imperative’s My Sister’s Keeper, it means so much more.
Linda Blount, the president and CEO of the Washington, D.C. based, Black Women’s Health Imperative, says that she has been working to expand the view of reproductive justice as a movement. She says that starting My Sister’s Keeper on college campuses made sense.
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