Tennessee Stories Project: Conversations About Abortion Workshop

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Tennessee Stories Project: Conversations About Abortion Workshop
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Tennessee Stories Project: Conversations About Abortion Workshop says
Too frequently when people who support abortion access talk about abortion it's purely political and black and white. We don't always talk about the complicated feelings people have about their abortions or our own values around abortion. The goals of this workshop are:

-To increase comfort talking about abortion with different groups of people.
-Learn how to talk about abortion in a way that affirms individual experiences and promotes empathy.
-Explore the range of values around abortion and how our values impact our work.
-Learn more about your peers in this group & their beliefs.
-Examine how frequently we use cis-normative language when talking about abortion and how we can be more inclusive.

The workshop will be held at the Margaret Cuninggim Women’s Center (316 W. Side Row) from 2pm-4pm. Registration is required for the workshop and you can register here: https://goo.gl/forms/ASfOksr3WUtRfmy92

This workshop is for people who are already supportive of access to abortion.

The Margaret Cuninggim Women’s Center is ADA-approved and offers wheelchair accessible restrooms, entry ramps, elevators to upper and lower floors, and handicap accessible parking spaces.
PARKING: Parking is free at Centennial Park and a 15min walk. Additionally, metered parking along West End is free for the public after 6pm. Paid parking garages can be found at Terrace Place Garage (21st. Avenue & Terrace Place) and Wesley Place Garage (21st. Avenue & Scarritt Place). �Other parking can be found on this map: http://cpc-fis.vanderbilt.edu/pdf/VisitorCampusMap.pdf�BUS: This location is reachable from the #3 and #5 bus (23rd Ave S and West End Ave). �

GENDER NEUTRAL RESTROOMS: Gender neutral restrooms are available in the building on both floors (the second floor restroom is accessible via an elevator).�
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By: Nashville Feminist Collective