Episode 56 - Reproductive Health as a Social Justice Issue with Regina Townsend
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In this episode, Fifty Feminist States Fellow L’Oreal Thompson Payton interviews Regina Townsend, aka @brokenbrownegg. Regina shares her infertility journey and why she created The Broken Brown Egg, “an infertility advocacy blog and source of connection for individuals seeking a personal story of infertility written from the African-American viewpoint.”
L’Oreal and Regina also chat about what it’s like being Black women navigating infertility, why reproductive health should be considered a social justice issue and how this is all about much more than babies.
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