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Glow Up for Reproductive Justice: Erin Grant

Erin is an inspiration, a key leader and resource in the fight for reproductive freedom across the nation. As Deputy Director at Abortion Care Network their role is to strengthen partnerships and work to deepen community based support for independent abortion clinics.

With nearly a decade of experience as an independent abortion provider, community doula, and with a passion for organizational development, Erin embodies an intersectional lens in the fight for reproductive freedom. They are deeply committed to reproductive justice and bodily autonomy in health care, and is a fierce activist at the local and national level across many different movements, including reproductive justice, racial justice, economic justice, gender justice, and prison abolition. Erin believes we must build with many communities to make room for all of our complexity and humanity, and so works to build our collective power and collective impact. Erin believes that we will win.

Catch Erin at our Facebook Live event, Glow Up for Reproductive Justice on Thursday, June 14th at 6:30pm EST. Learn more here.

 

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At Feminist Center, we provide a range of healthcare services and we are committed to making our services safe and welcoming to the LGBTQIA+ community. Through community education, grassroots organizing, and advocacy programs we work to advance reproductive health, rights, and justice.