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Follow this🧵for live tweets of the #Barnraising panel discussion feat. @DrCMBoraas @UshmaU @ajeanstevenson Dr. Suzanne Bell & Dr. Siri Suh! @minnpop #abortion #healthequity
Dr. Siri Suh is faculty at @BrandeisU & teaches Sociology of Reproduction.

Last fall after the #Dobbs decision, enrollment in this class doubled. Shows interest but also alarm in the aftermath of overturn of #RoevWade. @minnpop #Barnraising #abortion
Dr. Siri Suh's research area is post-#abortion care in Senegal, which is a country where abortion is prohibited.

Recently, she has focused on use of misoprostol & working to decolonize reproductive health knowledge in Sub-Saharan Africa. @minnpop #Barnraising #healthequity
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We'll be live-tweeting the #Barnraising panel discussion feat. @DrCMBoraas @UshmaU @ajeanstevenson Dr. Suzanne Bell & Dr. Siri Suh! @minnpop #abortion #healthequity
The in-person #Barnraising group is grounding in the political history of #abortion in the US & globally, with @minnpop member Dr. Elizabeth Heger Boyle outlining US restrictions on #RoevWade from the 90s to #Dobbs. #healthequity #ReproductiveJustice
Dr. Elizabeth Heger Boyle continues to define PLACE as a social delineation, a distance, and as physical environment.

@WHO advocates for #abortion across the globe, but that international authority has different meaning in US. #Barnraising #healthequity #ReproductiveJustice
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We've sent a reading list of the #structuralracism articles @pbaJackson, @tysonbrown, @rolandjthorpe, & @RRHDr mentioned during their panel out to attendees of the @minnpop/@CARHEumn #ImprovingMeasurement #Barnraising!

It's an amazing list, so we're also sharing here!🧵1/
Each panelist referred to @CamaraJones's (2000) foundational "Gardener's Tale" piece in their working definitions #structuralracism.

This celebrated article is a must-read for everyone engaged in #publichealth & #healthequity. @AMJPublicHealth 2/…
Panelists also cited the more recent @zinzinator et al (2017) article "Structural racism and health inequities in the USA: evidence and interventions" for their working definitions of #structuralracism. @TheLancet 3/…
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