Abortion is a controversial topic. Unfortunately, that controversy often translates to silence on the issue, especially within the Latino(x) community. Join SPARK Reproductive Justice NOW and Somos Sur Art Collective as we delve into this conversation head on this Thursday 10/19 from 7-9pm at Honey Bubble located at 798 Ponce De Leon Ave NE, Atlanta, GA 30306
Image by Victoria Argañaraz, find more at borrachayamanecida.tumblr.com. We’ll be creating shirts with that stunning image, so be sure to attend and BRING YOUR OWN SHIRT.
Afterwards, you can wear your new shirt and catch SPARK tabling at MJQ with La Choloteca! Can’t wait to see you there!
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We’re getting to that time of year again! There’s only a couple of months left until we throw down at our 3rd Annual fundraiser, SPARK A CHANGE!, taking place on Friday Dec 8th. We will also be celebrating our 10th Anniversary and invite you to join us in all of the merriment & jubilation that this joyous occasion brings. Stay tuned for more details and feel free to email Taylor, at Taylor@sparkrj.org, if you’d like to be one of the featured entertainers and artists this year!
SisterLove, Inc, in partnership with Spark Reproductive Justice Now!, presents Our Bodies, Our Lives, Our Voices: A Policy Brief produced by In Our Own Voice: National Black Women’s Reproductive Justice Agenda on The State of Black Women and Reproductive Justice.
This event will be held at the Center for Civil and Human Rights, located at 100 Ivan Allen Jr. Blvd., Atlanta, GA on Tuesday, October 31, 2017 from 9:00AM – 11:00AM.
Breakfast will be served at 9:00am followed by a panel discussion at 10:00am.
RSVP is required for admission, please reserve your place here.
SPARK Reproductive Justice NOW! invites trans and non-binary people of color to join us in forming a Trans Leadership Initiative. This initiative will focus on creating community and social events specifically for and by trans PoC in the month of November, 2017. We encourage anyone interested to come – especially those looking to grow their organizing strengths and build a stronger trans community here in Atlanta.
ALL WHO ARE INTERESTED should fill out this form: bit.ly/SPARKTLI
The meeting will start at 3PM at Hodgepodge Coffee (720 Moreland Ave SE, Atlanta, GA 30316) on Sunday, Sept 24th. Parking is available and MARTA Bus #4 runs directly in front of the building.
Any questions? Email Taylor at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Lit For Liberation was a blast! Thank you all for 10 years of love and support. Here’s to another ten!
The beautiful photography was provided by maymunah stroud.
We are partnering with Reproductive Justice organizations across the country as part of the In Our Own Voice: National Black Women’s Reproductive Justice Agenda movement along with SisterLove, Inc, Women with a Vision, Inc., Black Women For Wellness, Black Women’s Health Imperative, New Voices Pittsburgh, SisterReach and The Afiya Center for the first annual #RJWeekofAction to let our elected representatives know that restricting access to abortion care and comprehensive sex education makes Black women less safe.
In Atlanta, SPARK is collaborating with SisterLove, Inc to offer advocacy training webinar that will equip you with all the necessary skills you will need to meet with local, state, and federal policymakers to discuss the reproductive health and rights of Black women in your community. As a constituent, we want you to be able to talk with your representatives about your experiences and the issues that impact your day-to-day lives.
Register HERE for the webinar taking place TONIGHT, from 8-9pm, and add your voice to the national movement to build power in our communities!
Questions can be sent to Sequoia Ayala, Policy and Advocacy Program Manager, at email@example.com.
Tickets for our 10th Anniversary party are up for sale! Get them while they’re 🔥🔥🔥 and share the event with your friends.
We’re hours away from FYRE 2017, “Rhythm Nation” and can’t wait to dance through the revolution with the effortlessly delightful Nicole Murphy. Nicole is a professional dancer that combines her love of movement with her passion for helping humanity. When she is not preparing high schoolers to dance competitively, Ms. Murphy travels internationally and takes teens to create fine arts camps in Punta Gorda, Belize and Lilongwe, Malawi. Her love for dance is a physical and spiritual journey that she enjoys sharing with others.
From the flag, to the acronym, to anti-Blackness in the community, and more – there’s a lot to discuss within the community. What does proper representation look like? What does a non-corporate Pride look like? Why is anti-Blackness so unchecked?
Join Southern Fried Queer Pride and SPARK for Stonewall Sit-Down, a community discussion! On Thursday, Jun 29th at 6PM at the Little 5 Points Center for Arts & Community! Food and refreshments shall be served.
This event is specifically for those of the queer and trans/LGBTQIQAP2+ community.
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SPARK Reproductive Justice NOW! is putting out a call for transgender & non-binary identifying individuals of color seeking to enhance their leadership skills and develop trans-oriented programming as part of a new SPARK initiative!
Want to get involved?
Join us for an Interest Social on TUESDAY, JUNE 13th from 6-9pm at the Georgia Hill Neighborhood Center to learn more about the initiative. You can also email the program coordinator, Taylor Trimble (they/she) at Taylor@sparkrj.org for more information.
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