About Our Reproductive Freedom Walking Tours

New! Starting in May 2019 We’re joined with Social Justice Tours for Reproductive Freedom Tours Through Lower Manhattan!

Find out more, and join us, at Social Justice Tours!

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Dates for May and June 2019!

Sunday. May 12 at 1
Sunday, May 26 at 1
Wednesday, Jun 12 at 2
Sunday, Jun 26 at 1
Saturday, Jun 29 at 1

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$12

10% of proceeds to New York Abortion Access Fund

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HISTORY OF OUR WALKING TOUR

We began with our Reproductive Freedom Walking Tour five years ago with a one-day interactive walk, festival, video and toolkit!

REPRODUCTIVE JUSTICE WALKING TOUR
Visit our Reproductive Justice Walking Tour site!

What was it?
An exciting new project to literally put reproductive justice on the map in our lives, our history and our communities! Our starting place: New York City!

Reproductive Justice Walking Tour, June 7, Honors Pioneers

-A guided walk with a dozen performances through Tribeca and Greenwich Village
-A Roundup and Fair with interactive events, more performances and refreshments
-A Video about Reproductive Justice in our communities and our lives

Goals:
-To put Reproductive Justice on the map in New York City and in our communities, our lives
-To see the connections between social justice and reproductive rights and health
-To mobilize, engage, appreciate our history and current challenges

Screenings of our Reproductive Justice Walking Tour video:
The International Women Artists Salon at Dixon Place in NYC on Sept. 20
Screening online with the UK Festival of Choice, Sept 23-28
Feminist Film Festival by WBAI and Joy of Resistance in Brooklyn, October 3, NYC

Follow up Blog: Putting Reproductive Justice on the Map

Read a wrap-up newsletter: Words of Choice News Update Sept 23 2014

SEE photos on Tumblr, here.

Find a Toolkit to DO YOUR OWN.

See our video on YouTube.

Like the Reproductive Justice Walking Tour on Facebook!

Twitter @ReproJWalk and #ReproJWalk!

IG: ReproFreedomArts

Supported by The Puffin Foundation, the Abortion Conversation Project, the Anne Hale Johnson and Arthur Johnson Trust of the Community Foundation of Washington, and individual donors. Partner: Women’s eNews.
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