Talk: 'What to Do If Your Friend Is Pregnant'
November 14, 2017
UMass Amherst Campus
Join UMass Students for Reproductive Justice (USRJ) and speaker Sarah Whedon for a talk on "What to Do If Your Friend is Pregnant: Local Resources and Skills for Providing Support."
Many college students think they will never find themselves in the situation where a friend is pregnant until it happens. This talk will help prepare you for what to do and how to best support your friend.
The majority of the event would be focusing on providing nonjudgmental, compassionate care to someone who is considering their pregnancy options. We will provide local resources that can be found in the Pioneer Valley and consider the many options available for college students.
About the speaker: Sarah Whedon is a full-spectrum doula provider, an educator, and an author. She founded the Full-Spectrum Doula Circle and was a founding director of the Boston Doula Project.
This event is queer and trans-inclusive and open to all. Food will be provided.
Sponsored by UMass Students for Reproductive Justice
The Campus Center is located in the middle of campus at 1 Campus Center Way. Parking is available in the Campus Center Garage.