The panel will include active members of the LGBTQ community including Afton Bradley of the Health Brigade (formerly the Fan Free Clinic), Micky Jordan of Southerners on New Ground, and Brad Kutner, Editor of GayRVA. All three will answer a variety of questions concerning current political and social LGBTQ issues around community inclusion.
Jessi Coble, the community organizer for Planned Parenthood in Richmond, said Planned Parenthood isn’t only concerned about women’s healthcare rights but also the individual rights for everyone.
“We want to take our name and a lot of the steps that are made in our community and see how we can help everybody attain the appropriate rights in their state,” Coble said.
Among the select questions will be topics including current political changes and hope to bring light to different issues the LGBTQ community face in Virginia everyday.
There will also be time for audience members to ask the panel their questions.
The event is open to the public and will take place at the Planned Parenthood Health Center in Richmond at 6 p.m at 201 N. Hamilton St..
Emily Yates, Salem Acuña, and Ted Lewis Wednesday night, the Virginia League for Planned Parenthood’s Education Program held a conversation on LGBTQ History and Politics that tried to understand where the current communities issues intersected with historical situations that still affect us today. Even though there was a storm thundering in the background, the discussion [...]