InnerViews: Getting to Know SisterLove, Inc- Aimee Registe
InnerViews is a podcast that features the Reproductive Justice all-stars of SisterLove, Inc, an Atlanta-based nonprofit that centers people of color in their approach to promoting reproductive health, rights, and justice. This episode will feature Sybil Miller, our Director of Communications in conversation with Aimee Registe, our Policy and Advocacy Program (PAP) Manager Learn about our Policy and Advocacy Program https://sisterlove.org/pap Find out more about who we are https://sisterlove.org/who-we-are Find out more about what we do https://sisterlove.org/what-we-do Support our work to protect bodily autonomy, achieve reproductive justice, and address the intersectional health needs of vulnerable communities https://rebrand.ly/sli-fund Follow us on social media! https://linktr.ee/sisterloveinc
Kendra Scott and SisterLove's Women's Month Fundraiser
Look good and do good at the same time! In celebration of Women's History Month, SisterLove is partnering with Kendra Scott to host a one-of-a-kind fundraising event 20% of your purchases in stores and online will go towards our mission to provide reproductive health services, community education, and advocacy and outreach for women. Shop Online: https://kendrascott.com use code GIVEBACKBPCOY during checkout Shop In-Store From 12PM-4PM, join us at Kendra Scott Perimeter Mall in Dunwoody, GA for sweet refreshments and shopping.
SisterLove, Inc's Legislative Day of Action
Join SisterLove, Inc as we speak with Georgia lawmakers to discuss challenges, threats, and opportunities in the state legislature to reproductive health, social equality, and gender identity. FOLLOW US https://instagram.com/sisterloveinc https://twitter.com/sisterloveinc https://facebook.com/sisterloveinc https://tiktok.com/sisterloveinc
PrEP & Pregnancy: How to Stay Safe
65% of children born with HIV are Black. This is a direct reflection of the living lineage of racism and prejudice in our healthcare institutions and reproductive healthcare infrastructure in the black community. The most effective way to combat this is to arm yourself and your loved ones with knowledge. Things like #PrEP can help to prevent infection and transmission to your loved ones. You can even safely give birth without passing along HIV to your child. Learn the facts and figures behind PrEP, pregnancy, and how HIV affects Black mothers at our website. https://www.sisterlove.org/post/fact-sheet-hiv-prep-and-pregnancy-how-to-keep-your-children-partners-and-yourself-safe #PrEP #ShesWell #EndHIV #CureHIV #SisterLoveInc #HealthyLovingIsHealthyLiving #StopHIVTogether #U=U #NWAGHAAD #WomensHistoryMonth #BlackMothers #BlackWomen #HIVPositive #SelfCare