It’s not a big anniversary for Roe v. Wade — 46 years — but it’s an important time to reflect on the landmark decision as the Supreme Court swings to the right and Kentucky lawmakers continue their efforts to limit a woman’s right to choose. The Kentucky Health Justice Network, Planned Parenthood Advocates of Indiana and Kentucky and other pro-choice organizations are holding two days of events to talk all things Roe and resisting changes to it.
‘Reversing Roe’ Documentary And Talkback, Dinner And A Movie
First Unitarian Church | 809 S. Fourth St. | Search Facebook | Free | 5-8 p.m.
The title says it all. Bring a dish and join in watching and discussing the 2018 Netflix documentary “Reversing Roe” about the state of abortion and women’s rights in America. Abortion journalist Robin Marty will participate in the talkback after.
‘Handbook For A Post Roe America’ — An Afternoon With The Author
Main Library, Louisville Free Public Library | 301 York St. | Search Facebook
Free | 2-4 p.m.
Journalist Robin Marty and other abortion-access experts will be talking Roe v. Wade and bodily autonomy in this discussion, featuring showings of the online video series, “No Choice.” Marty’s book, “Handbook for a Post Roe America,” is a self-described manual for anticipating changes to reproductive rights law. Light refreshments will be provided.