NHCA: Community Conversation
NHCA Community Conversation on the intersection of Economic Justice and Reproductive Justice
More families than ever require two incomes. More families than ever have a woman at the head of the household who is most likely a single, working mom. It's 2015 and we need to really consider what this cultural change means. Should the difference in male and female anatomy make an economic impact on women that follows them throughout their lifetime - from their reproductive years into their retirement? Today this is the case. Let's talk about solutions and moving into the 21st century together! Wednesday, 12/2/15 5:30-7:00 p.m. Hannah Grimes Center 25 Roxbury St. Keene
YES - I'll be there! Keene, on Wednesday 12/2/15 5:30-7:00 Hannah Grimes Center
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