Two Years After Dobbs: Spatial Practice + Reproductive Health

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Join us for a discussion of architectural practice in the wake of Dobbs v. Jackson Women's Health Organization. This program is organized in conjunction with Spatializing Reproductive Justice, on view this summer at the Center for Architecture.

In conjunction with the two year anniversary of the Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization Supreme Court decision that overturned Roe v. Wade, the co-curators of Spatializing Reproductive Justice will engage a panel of women in practice in a discussion at the intersection of the architecture profession and reproductive health. The speakers will give insight into how various firms and organizations have responded to the post-Dobbs circumstances and uncertainties.

This program is a follow up to 50 Years after Roe v. Wade: Our Current Situation.

Suzy Genzler, CHID Certified Healthcare Interior Designer and Design Researcher, Ewing Cole; Program Director, Master Of Professional Studies In Healthcare Design, New York School of Interior Design
LarriJo Boone, Design Researcher and Clinical Expert, Ewing Cole
Amy Garlock, Associate Principal, SOM; Supervisor, SOM Women’s Initiative
Julia Murphy, Managing Partner, SOM; Co-Founder, SOM Women’s Initiative; Board of Trustees, Beverly Willis Architecture Foundation
Tizziana Baldenebro, Executive Director, Beverly Willis Architecture Foundation