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From our friends at Rally + Rise: HANDS-ON ACTION STATIONS • POLICY EXPERTS • LOCAL REPS • BEER • FOOD • RAFFLE • CONVERSATION • RESISTANCE Join us in Fort Greene for an afternoon of activism and resistance, along with beer, food and fun. We’ve zoomed in on four social causes—reproductive rights, immigration, healthcare, and climate change—and created actions around each to resist the Trump administration. For each social cause, we’ll provide experts from leading organizations, materials to take action…Find out more »
Lady Parts Justice League's inFormation video is screening on Saturday, March 25th at 4:30pm at Picture Farm Festival 2017! From our friends at Picture Farm Festival: Picture Farm is proud to announce the 2017 edition of the Picture Farm Film Fest, with a program made up of: Global Environment Issues for the Local Audience, Black Voices in Independent Film, Defying Gender Identity Labels and Untold Stories of Struggle & Change from Around The World. Opening night will feature the New…Find out more »
Lady Parts Justice League is tabling at this event! Stop by, and support! From our friends at Strand Book Store: Think of it as The Vagina Dialogues. Dr. Anne Davis, Medical Director of Physicians for Reproductive Choice, is an associate professor of clinical obstetrics and gynecology at Columbia University Medical Center. Her research include new hormonal contraceptives, how women use contraceptives, and contraception in women with medical problems. Jessica González-Rojas is the Executive Director at the National Latina Institute for Reproductive…Find out more »
Molly Gaebe had an abortion exactly one year ago. Every month since she has been celebrating in some way on social media to spread the good word about abortion. This one year project culminates tonight in a theatrical party for repro rights access and to reduce stigma around abortion. A variety of acts will join Molly in honor of the anniversary, and the night will culminate with her attempting the entire dance from one of the best abortion films of…Find out more »
Herstory in the Making, hosted by LPJL staff writing team, Buzz Off, Lucile! Come celebrate Women's HERSTORY Month with a comedy show benefiting the Reproductive Health Access Project! Performances by: Buzz Off, Lucille Leah Bonnema Keisha Zoller Maya Deshmukh Alise Morales Sriya Sarkar and special guest Ruth Bader Ginsberg!!!!! When: Thursday March 30th @ 8pm! Where: Dean Street bar! http://www.deanstreetbrooklyn.com/ $15 - Donations go to Reproductive Health Access Project!Find out more »
From our friends at Barnard: Barnard Women in Entertainment is pleased to host a special screening of the HBO Documentary Film Abortion: Stories Women Tell. Directed by Tracy Droz Tragos, the film presents a candid dialogue about one of the timeliest issues facing America today. The film sheds new light on the contentious subject, with a focus not on the debate, but rather on the women themselves: those struggling with unplanned pregnancies and the providers who show up at clinics…Find out more »
LPJL Fearless Leader Lizz Winstead sits down with Dr Willie Parker about his new book, “Life’s Work: A Moral Argument for Choice”
In Life’s Work, an outspoken, Christian reproductive justice advocate and abortion provider (one of the few doctors to provide such services to women in Mississippi and Alabama) pulls from his personal and professional journeys as well as the scientific training he received as a doctor to reveal how he came to believe, unequivocally, that helping women in need, without judgment, is precisely the Christian thing to do. Dr. Willie Parker grew up in the Deep South, lived in a Christian…Find out more »
Our own Lizz Winstead Joins Toure and #OneBookNY at The Schomburg Center to talk feminism, repro rights, and Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie’s ‘Americanah’
From our friends at The Schomburg Center: The Schomburg Center is excited to partner with the Mayor's Office of Media & Entertainment on the new “One Book, One New York” initiative, for which residents of all five boroughs are encouraged to read the selected book, Americanah by Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie (available in the Schomburg Center collection and for purchase at the Schomburg Shop). “One Book, One New York” is the largest community read in the nation, and the city’s first ever reading program for which…Find out more »
LPJL Ring Master Kat Green joins Got a Girl Crush for a great panel on How to Turn Exhaustion into Empowerment
From our friends at Got a Girl Crush The Women's March mobilized millions around equality and r-e-s-p-e-c-t. We were there and wanted to keep the momentum going (in a non-overwhelming way), and as a first step, we compiled an online resource for those who asked the question: now what? Next, we wanted to create an actionable, physical extension of the town hall-style convos we're having and hearing all over social media where questions like the following have consistently been asked: How…Find out more »
LPJL Founder Lizz Winstead and staff writing squad Buzz Off, Lucille at the Women In Comedy Festival!!
From our friends at WICF: The 8th Annual Women in Comedy Festival will run from Wednesday, April 19th through Sunday, April 23rd, in Boston and Cambridge, MA. The festival will include acclaimed stand-up comedians, improv and sketch groups, musical comedy groups and solo artists, filmmakers, and storytellers. Women in Comedy Festival will feature shows in a variety of venues ranging from an intimate 40-seat cabaret space to a historic 1200-seat theater. Come see Boston in early spring bloom! As part of our festival we…Find out more »
Werk Werk Werk Werkshops
If you need help developing your kickass idea to change the conversation around reproductive rights and aren’t sure where to start, we do and we’re ready to help!
Lady Parts Justice League will work with you and your friends to create fun and effective ways to combat it all. We want to share our comedy expertise and love of this work by giving you some new tools to continue your work in this space and cause a little (or a lot of) trouble in some new/creative ways. Email us to set up a werkshop in your area!