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Harm Reduction and Racial Justice: Discussing the Intersections to Create Avenues to Equitable Syringe Services Programs
Harm reduction has always existed at the intersection of human rights movements, ranging from sex work decriminalization to reproductive justice to racial justice. Despite the burden of both the HIV and overdose epidemics falling on communities of color, large harm reduction organizations and syringe services programs have been historically white-led. This session will address the need to make space across the Midwest to talk about the engagement and leadership of BIPOC communities in syringe services programs, the intersection of harm reduction with the social justice movements, and ways to make our harm reduction offerings more inclusive and BIPOC-centered.

Nov 4, 2021 02:00 PM in Central Time (US and Canada)

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