The Front Lines of Gender Justice: Criminalization of Pregnancy

Monday, November 19th, 2018 @ 3:00pm to 4:30pm
Jerome Greene Hall, Room 105
Nov 19
Monday, November 19th, 2018 @ 3:00pm to 4:30pm
Jerome Greene Hall, Room 105

Monday, November 19th
The Front Lines of Gender Justice: Criminalization of Pregnancy
Nancy Rosenbloom, Director of Legal Advocacy, National Advocates for Pregnant Women
Columbia Law School | 435 West 116th Street | New York, NY 10027
3:00 pm - 4:30 pm

Jerome Greene Hall - Room 105

Nancy Rosenbloom is the Director of Legal Advocacy with National Advocates for Pregnant Women. On Monday, November 19th, at 3:00 pm, Ms. Rosenbloom will speak as part of "The Front Lines of Gender Justice" series hosted by Professor Katherine Franke. The topic of Ms. Rosenbloom's lecture will be the Criminalization of Pregnancy.

This lecture is offered as a part of Professor Katherine Franke's Fall 2018 course in Gender Justice. The course provides an in-depth exposure to current advocacy efforts to advance Gender Justice.  In the first half of each class session (from 3:00 pm - 4:30 pm), Professor Franke will hosts a guest speaker who is a gender justice advocate working on an issue such as domestic violence, transgender rights, reproductive justice, migrants’ rights, the criminalization of pregnancy, gender and the Movement for Black Lives, or the decriminalization of sex work.  The guest lecture portions of the Gender Justice class are open for all Columbia University community members to attend.

For questions about this program, contact Liz Boylan, Associate Director of the Center for Gender & Sexuality Law and Faculty Assistant to Professor Katherine Franke, at [email protected] or 212.854.0167.

Contact Info: 
For questions about this program, contact Liz Boylan, Associate Director of the Center for Gender & Sexuality Law and Faculty Assistant to Professor Franke at 212.854.0167, or [email protected]
Event RSVP: 

RSVP recommended. Please RSVP via Eventbrite at the link in the event description, or call or e-mail Liz Boylan at 212.854.0167 or [email protected].