Date and time: Tue, June 8, 2021 @ 4:30 PM – 5:30 PM PDT
More info & register: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/covid19-vaccine-education-workshop-tickets-154720098981
What is an MRNA vaccine? How does it work? How will it affect my body? What is herd immunity? Will it affect my reproductive system and overall reproductive system health?
Join Sister Diaspora for Liberation for an educational webinar with two trusted community doctors as they help us understand the vaccine so we can all ensure that we are making an accurately informed decision for our bodies and health.
We will be joined by Dr. LeAnne Roberts and Dr. Jeremy Johnson, who will provide an overview of the vaccine and we will then open up to questions from participants.
About: LeAnne J. Roberts, MD
Dr. LeAnne J. Roberts is a board certified OB/GYN with UnityPoint Clinic serving patients in both Illinois and Iowa. A native of Sacramento, CA, she pursued her undergraduate and medical degrees at Rutgers University and completed her Ob/Gyn residency at Wayne State University in Detroit, MI. Dr. Roberts has a passion for promoting reproductive justice and is heavily involved in health policy and advocacy. She is a fellow of the Leadership Training Academy with Physicians for Reproductive Health. When she is not working, she enjoys spending time with family and friends, traveling the world, and catering to her adorable four legged princess, Miss Sophie.
ABOUT: Jeremy Johnson, MD
Dr. Jeremy Johnson is a Family Medicine doctor from Inglewood, California. He currently serves as a primary care physician for a Federally Qualified Health Center in Sacramento, California. He received his medical degree from the University of California, Davis School of Medicine where he served as co-president for the school’s California Medical Association and Student National Medical Association chapters, drafting legislative resolutions to promote community health. He has been vocal about social injustice, providing interviews for the Sacramento Bee, local Fox affiliate, and co-publishing in Sierra Sacramento Valley Medicine. His current focus is raising his son and providing care to his clinic patients during the pandemic.
ABOUT: Sister Diaspora for Liberation
We are Sister Diaspora for Liberation, a grassroots diasporic intersectional feminist collective rooted in a love ethic and healing by and for womxn of color from the African, Asian, and Indigenous diasporas.
The Sister Diaspora for Liberation (SDL) aligns itself with a political practice to end all forms of oppression and injustice through a womyn of color and transnational feminist lens, which is intersectional and based on core principles of love and reverence for all humanity and the natural world.
SDL believes that movements for change must be built from the ground up with love through leadership and representation by those most impacted and traditionally excluded. We strive to create a transnational feminist collective in both the political and personal aspects of our connected struggles across identities and borders.
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