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Save Sex Dialogue

A group of UIC students partnered with the LCC recently to bring art and dialogue to the topic of reproductive justice. Since the recent election, these Museum and Exhibition Studies (AH 302) students have responded to concerns that the 100-year-old organization Planned Parenthood is at increased risk, posing a threat to reproductive health access across the country. Through their “Save Sex” art project, the students have collected objects and stories over the past month, using the material cultural objects and ephemera collected to spark storytelling and build understanding. In an Arts-Based Civic Dialogue hosted by the UIC Latino Cultural Center, participants then used their stories to work towards solutions that could protect access to sexual health services and products.