Leadership and Activism for Women’s and Children’s Health
Posted by on April 18, 2003
You are invited to join Maternity Care Coalition for a special, free public forum:
Leadership and Activism for Women’s and Children’s Health: The Philadelphia Story
April 29, 4:30 pm-6:30 pm
United Way Building
7 Benjamin Franklin Parkway, Philadelphia, PA
Philadelphia activists share lessons and direction for the future inspired from a rich early history including the first lying in hospital, Pennsylvania Hospital, and first women’s medical school formerly, Women’s Medical College. Panelists discuss the leadership of a vibrant women’s and consumer health movement during the 1970s-90s that spurred the development of the Elizabeth Blackwell Health Center for Women, Booth Maternity Center, Childbirth Education Association, numerous consumer activist groups and the Maternity Care Coalition. MCC’s commitment to blending direct service and advocacy and its National Safe Motherhood award winning MOMobile program and Empowerment research will be emphasized as currents efforts to mobilize the community for health.
> Linda Wright-Moore, Journalist, Moderator
> JoAnne Fischer, Maternity Care Coalition
> Janet Golden, Rutgers University
> Cynthia Waters, Maternity Care Coalition
> Ruth Wilf, Pennsylvania Hospital
> Heidi Worley, Maternity Care Coalition
Please RSVP to Lila Slovak at (215) 972-0700 or LSlovak@MOMobile.org. For more information on Maternity Care Coalition’s Professional Education Series, visit http://www.MOMobile.org.
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