Breaking Bread: Roe v. Wade’s Impact on Poor America & The Post-Dobbs Era
March 27 @ 12:30 pm - 1:45 pm
With Cheri Lynn Honkala, co-founder of the Poor People’s Army
Cheri Honkala is a nationally-renowned advocate for the poor and unhoused. Born into poverty, she was a single teenage mother who completed high school although she and her son were living in her car. She has dedicated her life to eradicating conditions that cause poverty. Honkala co-founded the Poor People’s Economic Human Rights Campaign / Poor People’s Army. Honkala will address the Supreme Court’s rulings on abortion in Roe v. Wade and Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization and their impact on impoverished populations.
- Alumni Hall
- DSAC 1115
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