As we continue our discussion this week, our guests include: State Rep. Park Cannon represents St. Luke’s and has pursued a career in public health, including work at the Feminist Women’s Health Center; Allison Stouffer Kopp is president of Georgia NOW and an executive with VOX communications; and parishioner Melita Easters, founding chair and executive director of Georgia WIN List, who “raised” her two daughters at St. Luke’s. We will look more at the politics behind the recent abortion ban in Georgia and other states as well at looking at some of the statistical information about abortion. We will also look at the Episcopal Church's stance on reproductive health.
Click here to see the Episcopal Church's statement on abortion.
State Rep. Jasmine Clark, a PhD epidemiologist, joins St Luke’s parishioners Alice Limehouse and Tanya Washington, who are mothers and who will share their personal stories to shed light on this sensitive issue, for an informative conversation.