Wed. at UCLA: Sexual and Reproductive Health in Incarcerated Populations
Sexual and Reproductive Health in Incarcerated Populations
Wednesday, April 1st, 2015
12:15 to 1:30 PM
UCLA Law School Room 1447
Non-pizza lunch provided!
Professor Beth Colgan, Assistant Professor of Law at UCLA Law
Ruth Dawson, Staff Attorney at the ACLU of Southern California
Join us for a discussion on sexual and reproductive health in incarcerated populations. UCLA Law’s very own Professor Beth Colgan will be discussing the sexual health
aspect (namely her work around guard sexual abuse of female prisoners), and Ruth Dawson of the ACLU of Southern California will be discussing the reproductive health aspect (namely her work around the shackling of pregnant inmates).
Co-hosted by: Law Students for Reproductive Justice & Law Women
Co-sponsored by: American Constitution Society, Criminal Justice Society, Epstein Program in Public Interest Law and Policy, & Women’s Law Journal