Join us at a seminar in Chatham on Wednesday, March 28 to learn how you can help protect access to reproductive health care.
Reproductive freedom is under attack in Congress and in state legislatures throughout the country.
The seminar, hosted by Upper Hudson Planned Parenthood, is intended to help people advocate for reproductive freedom.
Featured speakers will be Patricia McGeown, CEO of Upper Hudson Planned Parenthood, and Melissa Goodman, NYCLU senior litigation and policy counsel.
The evening will begin with a light dinner at 6 p.m. After the speakers, we will settle into small groups to discuss new strategies to protect women's rights to access services.
The seminar will be held at Real Food Market Co-Op at 15 Church St. in Chatham. It is open to the public.