Advocating for Non-Coercive LARC Policy

Reproductive coercion targeting incarcerated individuals, people with disabilities, low-income people, young people, and people of color has been documented well into the 21st century and actively shapes how vulnerable communities interact with public health initiatives today. In this session, presenters from SisterReach, the National Women’s Health Network, and National Institute for Reproductive Health will place state-based reproductive health policies, including LARC policies, in the context of coercion past and present, and discuss strategies, partnerships, and resources to mobilize for good policies and against coercive ones.


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