A community-workshopped production illustrating how birthing people have strived for reproductive justice across time made its debut Wednesday, and audiences have two more opportunities to join in the conversation.
During a series of rehearsals, staged readings and talkbacks, Timmia Hearn DeRoy invites everyone to participate in a community conversation about maternal health outcomes, using as a springboard her 10-act play, “On-Born Children and Ghosts.”
Local creators working on video series, research, fashion shows, performances and more — including a song to accompany the planting of fruit trees around the Lawrence library — have been chosen to receive grants that will help progress their art.
A new documentary series highlighting a queer couple’s journey to expand their family while navigating a health care system laden with discrimination will soon be unveiled at KU.
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