Details on our past events are here. Many of them have been video-recorded; you will see links to those events on the past events page or visit our video page. If you subscribe to our YouTube channel, you will be notified when new videos are available.
Additional Fall 2020 events will be added.
Tuesday, August 4 - Thursday, August 6 | 8:30am - 2:00pm PT
Joint Conference on Right-Wing Studies & Research on Male Supremacism
Register here (Student registration: $25 | General registration: $45)
This virtual conference brings together researchers focused on the right-wing and male supremacism for three days of panels, networking events, training sessions, and keynote speakers. More information about the conference is available here.
An add-on digital security preconference training tailored to researchers whose subject matter increases vulnerability and risk, given by an expert from Equality Labs, will precede the main conference on Monday, August 3 | 9:00am - 2:00pm PT. There is an additional $15 fee for this training.
Sponsored by Institute for Research on Male Supremacism
Co-sponsored by Berkeley Center for Right-Wing Studies
Wednesday, September 30 | 12:00pm - 1:30pm PT
Abortion Rights in 2020 and Beyond: Threats and Resistance
Zoom Webinar | Register here (free)
The legal right to abortion is under threat, despite the recent Supreme Court decision in June Medical Services v Russo, a decision that protected the rights of women in Louisiana to get abortions without an undue burden. The right wing has successfully eroded reproductive rights through a number of tactics, including framing abortion as “Black genocide,” yet people continue to have abortions, within, despite, and beyond legal limits. Khiara M. Bridges, co-author of the reproductive justice law professors' amicus brief in June Medical Services v. Russo, will examine race, class, reproductive rights, and the intersection of the three. Carole Joffe, co-author of Obstacle Course: The Everyday Struggle to Get an Abortion in America, will draw on interviews with patients, abortion providers, and clinical staff to reveal the compound indignities, inconveniences, and impossibilities posed by the patchwork of restrictions on provision and coverage. She will also discuss the determination and dedication of those both seeking and working to provide legal abortions. Jill E. Adams, Executive Director of If/When/How: Lawyering for Reproductive Justice, will focus on how people are choosing and resorting to self-directed and community-directed care to circumnavigate the structural inequities in healthcare access yet still having to contend with the systemic racism of the criminal legal system.
Sponsored by Berkeley Center for Right-Wing Studies
Co-sponsored by Center on Reproductive Rights and Justice; Center for the Study of Law and Society; Berkeley Law's chapter of If/When/How: Lawyering for Reproductive Justice