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Description - NEW ORLEANS, LOUISIANA - FEBRUARY 24:Tiane is a Delgado Community College student, who works with her mother in nonprofit work for the Latino community. She has been inspired by her experiences at Let's Talk suppers at Ashé Cultural Arts Center. The Let's Talk suppers lead with art and culture to address issues of reproductive health, rights, and justice, and focuses on leadership development, cultural competency, peer education, and collaboration as catalysts for systemic change. Building the next generation of leaders is critical to mobilizing and moving forward reproductive health and equity. 

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Description - NEW ORLEANS, LOUISIANA - FEBRUARY 24: Zinda, pictured here with her baby, is a young advocate inspired by her experiences at Let's Talk suppers at Ashé Cultural Arts Center. The Let's Talk suppers lead with art and culture to address issues of reproductive health, rights, and justice, and focuses on leadership development, cultural competency, peer education, and collaboration as catalysts for systemic change. Building the next generation of leaders is critical to mobilizing and moving forward reproductive health and equity. 

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Description - JACKSON MISSISSIPPI - JANUARY 22: Rene' Edwards speaks with her coworker at Open Arms Healthcare Center. Open Arms addresses the alarming rates of adult and childhood obesity, new HIV infections and AIDS cases in African-American gay and bisexual men and heterosexual women, and other chronic and infectious diseases among underserved populations in Mississippi. It is home to specialized/holistic care with an emphasis on HIV/AIDS and LGBTQ+ healthcare. The clinic is supported by My Brother's Keeper (MBK), an organization dedicated to reducing health disparities throughout the United States. MBK enhances the health and well-being of minority and marginalized populations through leadership and collaboration with the public and with community healthcare practices. (Photo by Nina Robinson/The Verbatim Agency/Getty Images)

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Description - JACKSON MISSISSIPPI - JANUARY 22: Brittany Brooks, MD, speaks with a patient during a routine visit at Open Arms Healthcare Center. Open Arms addresses the alarming rates of adult and childhood obesity, new HIV infections and AIDS cases in African-American gay and bisexual men and heterosexual women, and other chronic and infectious diseases among underserved populations in Mississippi. It is home to specialized/holistic care with an emphasis on HIV/AIDS and LGBTQ+ healthcare. The clinic is supported by My Brother's Keeper (MBK), an organization dedicated to reducing health disparities throughout the United States. MBK enhances the health and well-being of minority and marginalized populations through leadership and collaboration with the public and with community healthcare practices. (Photo by Nina Robinson/The Verbatim Agency/Getty Images)

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Description - JACKSON, MISSISSIPPI - JANUARY 24, 2018: Members of the Mississippi Youth Council (MYCouncil) advocate at the state capitol around sex education in their schools. MYCouncil is a program of Teen Health Mississippi that supports and promotes high-quality, comprehensive sex education for all young people. 

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Description - JACKSON, MISSISSIPPI - JANUARY 24, 2018: Members of the Mississippi Youth Council (MYCouncil) advocate at the state capitol around sex education in their schools. MYCouncil is a program of Teen Health Mississippi that supports and promotes high-quality, comprehensive sex education for all young people. 

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Description - BATON ROUGE, LOUISIANA, DECEMBER 01: RaeDiance is a biological engineering pre-student at Louisiana State University (LSU) and is part of Planned Parenthood Generation Action, a group at LSU that raises awareness about reproductive health. She's also a counselor for the campus crisis intervention center and answers calls on its suicide hotline. 

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Description - NEW ORLEANS, LOUISIANA - FEBRUARY 26: Quinette Collins is a Health Educator for the Believe in Youth-Louisiana (BY-LA!) teen pregnancy prevention program. BY-LA! is a program of the Institute of Women Ethnic Studies (IWES), which was formed to improve the physical, mental, and spiritual health and quality of life of women of color and their families, particularly among those who are socio-economically disadvantaged. It uses the Social Ecological Model (SEM), which considers the complex interplay between individual, interpersonal, community, and societal factors, and recognizes that individual behavior is shaped by and contributes to the context in which people live. Through this in-depth, multi-dimensional approach, IWES creates culturally proficient programs, activities, and research to address and advocate for the emotional and physical well-being, resilience, and capacity of women of color, their families, and communities to heal and create sustainable change. 

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Description - BATON ROUGE, LOUISIANA- DECEMBER 01: The Louisiana State University Street Squad shares information about safe sex practices with fellow students. The Street Squad is a peer-to-peer education group conducting marketing and research for the LSU student health center, in partnership with Planned Parenthood. Planned Parenthood Gulf Coast has been a trusted source of expert, affordable reproductive health care and sexual health information in Louisiana for more than 30 years. 

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Description - JACKSON, MISSISSIPPI - JANUARY 24: The Jackson Women's Health Organization, known as the Pink House, is the only abortion clinic in Mississippi. Clinic escort volunteers help women make their way past anti-abortion protesters by greeting clients and ensuring safe passage to the building. 

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Description JACKSON, MISSISSIPPI - JANUARY 24: The Jackson Women's Health Organization, known as the Pink House, is the only abortion clinic in Mississippi. Clinic escort volunteers help women make their way past anti-abortion protesters by greeting clients and ensuring safe passage to the building. 

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Description - NEW ORLEANS, LOUISIANA - FEBRUARY 26: Aurora Tom-Quinn is a health educator for the Institute of Women Ethnic Studies (IWES). IWES was formed to improve the physical, mental, and spiritual health and quality of life of women of color and their families, particularly among those who are socio-economically disadvantaged. It uses the Social Ecological Model (SEM), which considers the complex interplay between individual, interpersonal, community, and societal factors, and recognizes that individual behavior is shaped by and contributes to the context in which people live. Through this in-depth, multi-dimensional approach, IWES creates culturally proficient programs, activities, and research to address and advocate for the emotional and physical well-being, resilience, and capacity of women of color, their families, and communities to heal and create sustainable change.

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Description - NEW ORLEANS, LOUISIANA - FEBRUARY 24: Chanda Burks with her two sons. Chanda is a youth program specialist with Total Community Action, Inc. (TCA), a non-profit community-based agency dedicated to serving the needs of the disadvantaged. TCA partners with the Louisiana Public Health Institute (LPHI) to provide reproductive health education to the youth of the community. 

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Description - TUNICA, MISSISSIPPI - JANUARY 29: Roselyn Delaney Magitt, an Advance Practice Nurse (APN) at the Aaron E. Henry Community Health Center. The center is nationally recognized for assuring that every citizen of the Mississippi Delta and Delta Hills communities has access to high quality, comprehensive health care and related services that are continuously improved and delivered in a respectful, culturally sensitive and humanitarian spirit, regardless of an individual's ability to pay. In addition, Aaron E. Henry serves as a catalyst for workforce and economic development by providing accessible transportation and other needed community support services. 

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Description - JACKSON MISSISSIPPI - JANUARY 25: Open Arms Healthcare Center employee Aliyah Jackson poses for a portrait. Open Arms addresses the alarming rates of adult and childhood obesity, new HIV infections and AIDS cases in African-American gay and bisexual men and heterosexual women, and other chronic and infectious diseases among underserved populations in Mississippi. It is home to specialized/holistic care with an emphasis on HIV/AIDS and LGBTQ+ healthcare. The clinic is supported by My Brother's Keeper (MBK), an organization dedicated to reducing health disparities throughout the United States. MBK enhances the health and well-being of minority and marginalized populations through leadership and collaboration with the public and with community healthcare practices. (Photo by Nina Robinson/The Verbatim Agency/Getty Images)

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JACKSON MISSISSIPPI - JANUARY 22: Brittany Brooks, MD, checks on a patient during a routine visit at Open Arms Healthcare Center. Open Arms addresses the alarming rates of adult and childhood obesity, new HIV infections and AIDS cases in African-American gay and bisexual men and heterosexual women, and other chronic and infectious diseases among underserved populations in Mississippi. It is home to specialized/holistic care with an emphasis on HIV/AIDS and LGBTQ+ healthcare. The clinic is supported by My Brother's Keeper (MBK), an organization dedicated to reducing health disparities throughout the United States. MBK enhances the health and well-being of minority and marginalized populations through leadership and collaboration with the public and with community healthcare practices. (Photo by Nina Robinson/The Verbatim Agency/Getty Images)

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Description - TUNICA, MISSISSIPPI - JANUARY 29: A portrait of Roselyn Delaney Magitt, an Advance Practice Nurse (APN) at the Aaron E. Henry Community Health Center. The center is nationally recognized for assuring that every citizen of the Mississippi Delta and Delta Hills communities has access to high quality, comprehensive health care and related services that are continuously improved and delivered in a respectful, culturally sensitive and humanitarian spirit, regardless of an individual's ability to pay. In addition, Aaron E. Henry serves as a catalyst for workforce and economic development by providing accessible transportation and other needed community support services. 

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Description - TUNICA, MISSISSIPPI - JANUARY 29: A portrait of Roselyn Delaney Magitt, an Advance Practice Nurse (APN) at the Aaron E. Henry Community Health Center. The center is nationally recognized for assuring that every citizen of the Mississippi Delta and Delta Hills communities has access to high quality, comprehensive health care and related services that are continuously improved and delivered in a respectful, culturally sensitive and humanitarian spirit, regardless of an individual's ability to pay. In addition, Aaron E. Henry serves as a catalyst for workforce and economic development by providing accessible transportation and other needed community support services. 

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Description - TUNICA, MISSISSIPPI - JANUARY 29: Toria Shaw is a Nurse Practitioner at the Aaron E. Henry Community Health Center. The center is nationally recognized for assuring that every citizen of the Mississippi Delta and Delta Hills communities has access to high quality, comprehensive health care and related services that are continuously improved and delivered in a respectful, culturally sensitive and humanitarian spirit, regardless of an individual's ability to pay. In addition, Aaron E. Henry serves as a catalyst for workforce and economic development by providing accessible transportation and other needed community support services. 

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Description - TUNICA, MISSISSIPPI - JANUARY 29: Roselyn Delaney Magitt, an Advance Practice Nurse (APN) at the Aaron E. Henry Community Health Center. The center is nationally recognized for assuring that every citizen of the Mississippi Delta and Delta Hills communities has access to high quality, comprehensive health care and related services that are continuously improved and delivered in a respectful, culturally sensitive and humanitarian spirit, regardless of an individual's ability to pay. In addition, Aaron E. Henry serves as a catalyst for workforce and economic development by providing accessible transportation and other needed community support services. 

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Description - TUNICA, MISSISSIPPI - JANUARY 29: A lab technician tests for influenza at the Aaron E. Henry Community Health Center. The center is nationally recognized for assuring that every citizen of the Mississippi Delta and Delta Hills communities has access to high quality, comprehensive health care and related services that are continuously improved and delivered in a respectful, culturally sensitive and humanitarian spirit, regardless of an individual's ability to pay. In addition, Aaron E. Henry serves as a catalyst for workforce and economic development by providing accessible transportation and other needed community support services. 

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Description - TUNICA, MISSISSIPPI - JANUARY 29: Toria Shaw is a Nurse Practitioner at the Aaron E. Henry Community Health Center. The center is nationally recognized for assuring that every citizen of the Mississippi Delta and Delta Hills communities has access to high quality, comprehensive health care and related services that are continuously improved and delivered in a respectful, culturally sensitive and humanitarian spirit, regardless of an individual's ability to pay. In addition, Aaron E. Henry serves as a catalyst for workforce and economic development by providing accessible transportation and other needed community support services. 

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Description - TUNICA, MISSISSIPPI - JANUARY 29: Toria Shaw is a Nurse Practitioner at the Aaron E. Henry Community Health Center. The center is nationally recognized for assuring that every citizen of the Mississippi Delta and Delta Hills communities has access to high quality, comprehensive health care and related services that are continuously improved and delivered in a respectful, culturally sensitive and humanitarian spirit, regardless of an individual's ability to pay. In addition, Aaron E. Henry serves as a catalyst for workforce and economic development by providing accessible transportation and other needed community support services. 

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Description - CLARKSDALE, MISSISSIPPI - JANUARY 29: Sara Miller, project coordinator and director of community engagement for the Focus4Teens initiative, teaches a reproductive health class. The three counties she serves have some of the highest rates of teen pregnancy and STI in the state. Teen Health Mississippi works to ensure that all Mississippi teens have access to high-quality sex education and youth-friendly healthcare services. 

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Description - CLARKSDALE, MISSISSIPPI - JANUARY 29: Teens look through sex education pamphlets during a reproductive health class facilitated by Sara Miller, project coordinator and director of community engagement for the Focus4Teens initiative. The three counties she serves have some of the highest rates of teen pregnancy and STI in the state. Teen Health Mississippi works to ensure that all Mississippi teens have access to high-quality sex education and youth-friendly healthcare services. 

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Description - CLARKSDALE, MISSISSIPPI - JANUARY 29: Teens learn how to put on a condom using a penis model during a reproductive health class facilitated by Sara Miller, project coordinator and director of community engagement for the Focus4Teens initiative. The three counties she serves have some of the highest rates of teen pregnancy and STI in the state. Teen Health Mississippi works to ensure that all Mississippi teens have access to high-quality sex education and youth-friendly healthcare services. 

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Description - CLARKSDALE, MISSISSIPPI - JANUARY 29: Teens look through sex education pamphlets during a reproductive health class facilitated by Sara Miller, project coordinator and director of community engagement for the Focus4Teens initiative. The three counties she serves have some of the highest rates of teen pregnancy and STI in the state. Teen Health Mississippi works to ensure that all Mississippi teens have access to high-quality sex education and youth-friendly healthcare services. 

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Description - CLARKSDALE, MISSISSIPPI - JANUARY 29: Teens learn how to put on a condom using a penis model during a reproductive health class facilitated by Sara Miller, project coordinator and director of community engagement for the Focus4Teens initiative. The three counties she serves have some of the highest rates of teen pregnancy and STI in the state. Teen Health Mississippi works to ensure that all Mississippi teens have access to high-quality sex education and youth-friendly healthcare services.

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Description - JACKSON, MISSISSIPPI - JANUARY 24, 2018: Members of the Mississippi Youth Council (MYCouncil) advocate at the state capitol around sex education in their schools. MYCouncil is a program of Teen Health Mississippi that supports and promotes high-quality, comprehensive sex education for all young people. 

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Description - JACKSON, MISSISSIPPI - JANUARY 24, 2018: Members of the Mississippi Youth Council (MYCouncil) advocate at the state capitol around sex education in their schools. MYCouncil is a program of Teen Health Mississippi that supports and promotes high-quality, comprehensive sex education for all young people. 

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Description - JACKSON, MISSISSIPPI - JANUARY 24, 2018: Members of the Mississippi Youth Council (MYCouncil) advocate at the state capitol around sex education in their schools. MYCouncil is a program of Teen Health Mississippi that supports and promotes high-quality, comprehensive sex education for all young people. 

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Description - JACKSON, MISSISSIPPI - JANUARY 24, 2018: Members of the Mississippi Youth Council (MYCouncil) advocate at the state capitol around sex education in their schools. MYCouncil is a program of Teen Health Mississippi that supports and promotes high-quality, comprehensive sex education for all young people. 

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Description - JACKSON, MISSISSIPPI - JANUARY 24, 2018: Members of the Mississippi Youth Council (MYCouncil) advocate at the state capitol around sex education in their schools. MYCouncil is a program of Teen Health Mississippi that supports and promotes high-quality, comprehensive sex education for all young people. 

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Description - JACKSON, MISSISSIPPI - JANUARY 24, 2018: Members of the Mississippi Youth Council (MYCouncil) advocate at the state capitol around sex education in their schools. MYCouncil is a program of Teen Health Mississippi that supports and promotes high-quality, comprehensive sex education for all young people. 

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Description - JACKSON, MISSISSIPPI - JANUARY 24, 2018: Members of the Mississippi Youth Council (MYCouncil) advocate at the state capitol around sex education in their schools. MYCouncil is a program of Teen Health Mississippi that supports and promotes high-quality, comprehensive sex education for all young people. 

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Description - JACKSON, MISSISSIPPI - JANUARY 24, 2018: Members of the Mississippi Youth Council (MYCouncil) advocate at the state capitol around sex education in their schools. MYCouncil is a program of Teen Health Mississippi that supports and promotes high-quality, comprehensive sex education for all young people. 

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Description - JACKSON, MISSISSIPPI - JANUARY 24, 2018: Members of the Mississippi Youth Council (MYCouncil) advocate at the state capitol around sex education in their schools. MYCouncil is a program of Teen Health Mississippi that supports and promotes high-quality, comprehensive sex education for all young people. 

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Description - JACKSON, MISSISSIPPI - JANUARY 24, 2018: Members of the Mississippi Youth Council (MYCouncil) advocate at the state capitol around sex education in their schools. MYCouncil is a program of Teen Health Mississippi that supports and promotes high-quality, comprehensive sex education for all young people. 

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Description JACKSON, MISSISSIPPI - JANUARY 24: The Jackson Women's Health Organization, known as the Pink House, is the only abortion clinic in Mississippi. Clinic escort volunteers help women make their way past anti-abortion protesters by greeting clients and ensuring safe passage to the building. 

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Description JACKSON, MISSISSIPPI - JANUARY 24: The Jackson Women's Health Organization, known as the Pink House, is the only abortion clinic in Mississippi. Clinic escort volunteers help women make their way past anti-abortion protesters by greeting clients and ensuring safe passage to the building. 

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Description - NEW ORLEANS, LOUISIANA - FEBRUARY 24: Youth advocates Tiane, Zinda, and Ayana. Tiane is a Delgado Community College student, who works with her mother in nonprofit work for the Latino community. Zinda is a young advocate. Ayana is a reproductive health activist and helps her mom with HIV/AIDS advocacy work. All three have been inspired by their experiences at Let's Talk suppers at Ashé Cultural Arts Center. The Let's Talk suppers lead with art and culture to address issues of reproductive health, rights, and justice, and focuses on leadership development, cultural competency, peer education, and collaboration as catalysts for systemic change. Building the next generation of leaders is critical to mobilizing and moving forward reproductive health and equity. 

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Description - NEW ORLEANS, LOUISIANA - FEBRUARY 24: Youth advocates Tiane, Zinda, and Ayana. Tiane is a Delgado Community College student, who works with her mother in nonprofit work for the Latino community. Zinda is a young advocate. Ayana is a reproductive health activist and helps her mom with HIV/AIDS advocacy work. All three have been inspired by their experiences at Let's Talk suppers at Ashé Cultural Arts Center. The Let's Talk suppers lead with art and culture to address issues of reproductive health, rights, and justice, and focuses on leadership development, cultural competency, peer education, and collaboration as catalysts for systemic change. Building the next generation of leaders is critical to mobilizing and moving forward reproductive health and equity. 

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Description - NEW ORLEANS, LOUISIANA - FEBRUARY 24: Youth advocates Ayana, Zinda, and Tiane. Ayana is a reproductive health activist and helps her mom with HIV/AIDS advocacy work. Zinda is a young advocate. Tiane is a Delgado Community College student, who works with her mother in nonprofit work for the Latino community. All three have been inspired by their experiences at Let's Talk Suppers at Ashé Cultural Arts Center. The Let's Talk suppers lead with art and culture to address issues of reproductive health, rights, and justice, and focuses on leadership development, cultural competency, peer education, and collaboration as catalysts for systemic change. Building the next generation of leaders is critical to mobilizing and moving forward reproductive health and equity. 

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Description - NEW ORLEANS, LOUISIANA - FEBRUARY 24: Zinda is a young advocate inspired by her experiences at Let's Talk suppers at Ashé Cultural Arts Center. The Let's Talk suppers lead with art and culture to address issues of reproductive health, rights, and justice, and focuses on leadership development, cultural competency, peer education, and collaboration as catalysts for systemic change. Building the next generation of leaders is critical to mobilizing and moving forward reproductive health and equity.

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Description - NEW ORLEANS, LOUISIANA - FEBRUARY 24: Zinda is a young advocate inspired by her experiences at Let's Talk suppers at Ashé Cultural Arts Center. The Let's Talk suppers lead with art and culture to address issues of reproductive health, rights, and justice, and focuses on leadership development, cultural competency, peer education, and collaboration as catalysts for systemic change. Building the next generation of leaders is critical to mobilizing and moving forward reproductive health and equity. 

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Description - NEW ORLEANS, LOUISIANA - FEBRUARY 24: Zinda is a young advocate inspired by her experiences at Let's Talk suppers at Ashé Cultural Arts Center. The Let's Talk suppers lead with art and culture to address issues of reproductive health, rights, and justice, and focuses on leadership development, cultural competency, peer education, and collaboration as catalysts for systemic change. Building the next generation of leaders is critical to mobilizing and moving forward reproductive health and equity. 

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Description - NEW ORLEANS, LOUISIANA - FEBRUARY 24: Ayana is a reproductive health activist and helps her mom with HIV/AIDS advocacy work. She has been inspired by her experiences at Let's Talk suppers at Ashé Cultural Arts Center. The Let's Talk suppers lead with art and culture to address issues of reproductive health, rights, and justice, and focuses on leadership development, cultural competency, peer education, and collaboration as catalysts for systemic change. Building the next generation of leaders is critical to mobilizing and moving forward reproductive health and equity. 

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Description - NEW ORLEANS, LOUISIANA - FEBRUARY 24:Tiane is a Delgado Community College student, who works with her mother in nonprofit work for the Latino community. She has been inspired by her experiences at Let's Talk suppers at Ashé Cultural Arts Center. The Let's Talk suppers lead with art and culture to address issues of reproductive health, rights, and justice, and focuses on leadership development, cultural competency, peer education, and collaboration as catalysts for systemic change. Building the next generation of leaders is critical to mobilizing and moving forward reproductive health and equity. 

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Description - NEW ORLEANS, LOUISIANA - FEBRUARY 24:Tiane is a Delgado Community College student, who works with her mother in nonprofit work for the Latino community. She has been inspired by her experiences at Let's Talk suppers at Ashé Cultural Arts Center. The Let's Talk suppers lead with art and culture to address issues of reproductive health, rights, and justice, and focuses on leadership development, cultural competency, peer education, and collaboration as catalysts for systemic change. Building the next generation of leaders is critical to mobilizing and moving forward reproductive health and equity. 

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Description - NEW ORLEANS, LOUISIANA - FEBRUARY 24:Tiane is a Delgado Community College student, who works with her mother in nonprofit work for the Latino community. She has been inspired by her experiences at Let's Talk suppers at Ashé Cultural Arts Center. The Let's Talk suppers lead with art and culture to address issues of reproductive health, rights, and justice, and focuses on leadership development, cultural competency, peer education, and collaboration as catalysts for systemic change. Building the next generation of leaders is critical to mobilizing and moving forward reproductive health and equity. 

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Description - NEW ORLEANS, LOUISIANA - FEBRUARY 24: Ayana is a reproductive health activist and helps her mom with HIV/AIDS advocacy work. She has been inspired by her experiences at Let's Talk suppers at Ashé Cultural Arts Center. The Let's Talk suppers lead with art and culture to address issues of reproductive health, rights, and justice, and focuses on leadership development, cultural competency, peer education, and collaboration as catalysts for systemic change. Building the next generation of leaders is critical to mobilizing and moving forward reproductive health and equity. 

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Description - NEW ORLEANS, LOUISIANA - FEBRUARY 24:Tiane is a Delgado Community College student, who works with her mother in nonprofit work for the Latino community. She has been inspired by her experiences at Let's Talk suppers at Ashé Cultural Arts Center. The Let's Talk suppers lead with art and culture to address issues of reproductive health, rights, and justice, and focuses on leadership development, cultural competency, peer education, and collaboration as catalysts for systemic change. Building the next generation of leaders is critical to mobilizing and moving forward reproductive health and equity. 

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Description - NEW ORLEANS, LOUISIANA - FEBRUARY 24: Youth advocates Ayana, Zinda, and Tiane. Ayana is a reproductive health activist and helps her mom with HIV/AIDS advocacy work. Zinda is a young advocate. Tiane is a Delgado Community College student, who works with her mother in nonprofit work for the Latino community. All three have been inspired by their experiences at Let's Talk Suppers at Ashé Cultural Arts Center. The Let's Talk suppers lead with art and culture to address issues of reproductive health, rights, and justice, and focuses on leadership development, cultural competency, peer education, and collaboration as catalysts for systemic change. Building the next generation of leaders is critical to mobilizing and moving forward reproductive health and equity. 

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Description - NEW ORLEANS, LOUISIANA - FEBRUARY 27: Kala is earning her Masters of Public Health at Tulane University, with a focus on international health and development. She helped develop a women's health initiative on campus, is part of the university's reproductive justice club, teaches reproductive health at local high schools through the Louisiana State University medical center, and is becoming an advocate for sexual trauma victims. Kala is part of the Let's Talk Suppers at Ashé Cultural Arts Center, which lead with art and culture in addressing reproductive health, rights, and justice. The Let's Talk community engagement strategy focuses on leadership development, cultural competency, peer education, and collaboration as catalysts for systemic change. Building the next generation of leaders is critical to mobilizing and moving forward reproductive health and equity. 

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Description - NEW ORLEANS, LOUISIANA - FEBRUARY 27: Kala is earning her Masters of Public Health at Tulane University, with a focus on international health and development. She helped develop a women's health initiative on campus, is part of the university's reproductive justice club, teaches reproductive health at local high schools through the Louisiana State University medical center, and is becoming an advocate for sexual trauma victims. Kala is part of the Let's Talk Suppers at Ashé Cultural Arts Center, which lead with art and culture in addressing reproductive health, rights, and justice. The Let's Talk community engagement strategy focuses on leadership development, cultural competency, peer education, and collaboration as catalysts for systemic change. Building the next generation of leaders is critical to mobilizing and moving forward reproductive health and equity. 

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Description - NEW ORLEANS, LOUISIANA - FEBRUARY 27: Kala is earning her Masters of Public Health at Tulane University, with a focus on international health and development. She helped develop a women's health initiative on campus, is part of the university's reproductive justice club, teaches reproductive health at local high schools through the Louisiana State University medical center, and is becoming an advocate for sexual trauma victims. Kala is part of the Let's Talk Suppers at Ashé Cultural Arts Center, which lead with art and culture in addressing reproductive health, rights, and justice. The Let's Talk community engagement strategy focuses on leadership development, cultural competency, peer education, and collaboration as catalysts for systemic change. Building the next generation of leaders is critical to mobilizing and moving forward reproductive health and equity. 

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Description - NEW ORLEANS, LOUISIANA - FEBRUARY 27: Kala is earning her Masters of Public Health at Tulane University, with a focus on international health and development. She helped develop a women's health initiative on campus, is part of the university's reproductive justice club, teaches reproductive health at local high schools through the Louisiana State University medical center, and is becoming an advocate for sexual trauma victims. Kala is part of the Let's Talk Suppers at Ashé Cultural Arts Center, which lead with art and culture in addressing reproductive health, rights, and justice. The Let's Talk community engagement strategy focuses on leadership development, cultural competency, peer education, and collaboration as catalysts for systemic change. Building the next generation of leaders is critical to mobilizing and moving forward reproductive health and equity. 

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Description - NEW ORLEANS, LOUISIANA - FEBRUARY 27: Kala is earning her Masters of Public Health at Tulane University, with a focus on international health and development. She helped develop a women's health initiative on campus, is part of the university's reproductive justice club, teaches reproductive health at local high schools through the Louisiana State University medical center, and is becoming an advocate for sexual trauma victims. Kala is part of the Let's Talk Suppers at Ashé Cultural Arts Center, which lead with art and culture in addressing reproductive health, rights, and justice. The Let's Talk community engagement strategy focuses on leadership development, cultural competency, peer education, and collaboration as catalysts for systemic change. Building the next generation of leaders is critical to mobilizing and moving forward reproductive health and equity. 

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Description - NEW ORLEANS, LOUISIANA - FEBRUARY 27: Kala is earning her Masters of Public Health at Tulane University, with a focus on international health and development. She helped develop a women's health initiative on campus, is part of the university's reproductive justice club, teaches reproductive health at local high schools through the Louisiana State University medical center, and is becoming an advocate for sexual trauma victims. Kala is part of the Let's Talk Suppers at Ashé Cultural Arts Center, which lead with art and culture in addressing reproductive health, rights, and justice. The Let's Talk community engagement strategy focuses on leadership development, cultural competency, peer education, and collaboration as catalysts for systemic change. Building the next generation of leaders is critical to mobilizing and moving forward reproductive health and equity. 

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Description - NEW ORLEANS, LOUISIANA - FEBRUARY 27: Kala is earning her Masters of Public Health at Tulane University, with a focus on international health and development. She helped develop a women's health initiative on campus, is part of the university's reproductive justice club, teaches reproductive health at local high schools through the Louisiana State University medical center, and is becoming an advocate for sexual trauma victims. Kala is part of the Let's Talk Suppers at Ashé Cultural Arts Center, which lead with art and culture in addressing reproductive health, rights, and justice. The Let's Talk community engagement strategy focuses on leadership development, cultural competency, peer education, and collaboration as catalysts for systemic change. Building the next generation of leaders is critical to mobilizing and moving forward reproductive health and equity. 

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Description - NEW ORLEANS, LOUISIANA - FEBRUARY 27: Kala is earning her Masters of Public Health at Tulane University, with a focus on international health and development. She helped develop a women's health initiative on campus, is part of the university's reproductive justice club, teaches reproductive health at local high schools through the Louisiana State University medical center, and is becoming an advocate for sexual trauma victims. Kala is part of the Let's Talk Suppers at Ashé Cultural Arts Center, which lead with art and culture in addressing reproductive health, rights, and justice. The Let's Talk community engagement strategy focuses on leadership development, cultural competency, peer education, and collaboration as catalysts for systemic change. Building the next generation of leaders is critical to mobilizing and moving forward reproductive health and equity. 

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Description - NEW ORLEANS, LOUISIANA - FEBRUARY 27: Kala is earning her Masters of Public Health at Tulane University, with a focus on international health and development. She helped develop a women's health initiative on campus, is part of the university's reproductive justice club, teaches reproductive health at local high schools through the Louisiana State University medical center, and is becoming an advocate for sexual trauma victims. Kala is part of the Let's Talk Suppers at Ashé Cultural Arts Center, which lead with art and culture in addressing reproductive health, rights, and justice. The Let's Talk community engagement strategy focuses on leadership development, cultural competency, peer education, and collaboration as catalysts for systemic change. Building the next generation of leaders is critical to mobilizing and moving forward reproductive health and equity. 

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Description - NEW ORLEANS, LOUISIANA - FEBRUARY 27: Kala is earning her Masters of Public Health at Tulane University, with a focus on international health and development. She helped develop a women's health initiative on campus, is part of the university's reproductive justice club, teaches reproductive health at local high schools through the Louisiana State University medical center, and is becoming an advocate for sexual trauma victims. Kala is part of the Let's Talk Suppers at Ashé Cultural Arts Center, which lead with art and culture in addressing reproductive health, rights, and justice. The Let's Talk community engagement strategy focuses on leadership development, cultural competency, peer education, and collaboration as catalysts for systemic change. Building the next generation of leaders is critical to mobilizing and moving forward reproductive health and equity. 

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Description - NEW ORLEANS, LOUISIANA - DECEMBER 13: Monica "Spirit" McIntyre, a nationally-acclaimed spoken word artist, recites her poem during a Let's Talk event at the Ashé Cultural Arts Center. Let's Talk leads with art and culture to address reproductive health, rights, and justice. Ashé Cultural Arts Center creates and supports programs, activities, and creative works emphasizing the contributions of people of African descent. 

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Description - NEW ORLEANS, LOUISIANA - DECEMBER 13: Dance troop "Boschimanne: Living Courtesies" performs during a Let's Talk event at the Ashé Cultural Arts Center. Let's Talk leads with art and culture to address reproductive health, rights, and justice. Ashé Cultural Arts Center creates and supports programs, activities, and creative works emphasizing the contributions of people of African descent. 

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Description - NEW ORLEANS, LOUISIANA - DECEMBER 13: Monica "Spirit" McIntyre, a nationally-acclaimed spoken word artist, recites her poem during a Let's Talk event at the Ashé Cultural Arts Center. Let's Talk leads with art and culture to address reproductive health, rights, and justice. Ashé Cultural Arts Center creates and supports programs, activities, and creative works emphasizing the contributions of people of African descent. 

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Description - NEW ORLEANS, LOUISIANA - DECEMBER 13: Dance troop "Boschimanne: Living Courtesies" performs during a Let's Talk event at the Ashé Cultural Arts Center. Let's Talk leads with art and culture to address reproductive health, rights, and justice. Ashé Cultural Arts Center creates and supports programs, activities, and creative works emphasizing the contributions of people of African descent. 

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Description - NEW ORLEANS, LOUISIANA - FEBRUARY 26: Briana Spruille White, a program manager of Believe in Youth-Louisiana (BY-LA!) teen pregnancy prevention program, walks into a classroom to teach. BY-LA! is a program of the Institute of Women Ethnic Studies (IWES), which was formed to improve the physical, mental, and spiritual health and quality of life of women of color and their families, particularly among those who are socio-economically disadvantaged. It uses the Social Ecological Model (SEM), which considers the complex interplay between individual, interpersonal, community, and societal factors, and recognizes that individual behavior is shaped by and contributes to the context in which people live. Through this in-depth, multi-dimensional approach, IWES creates culturally proficient programs, activities, and research to address and advocate for the emotional and physical well-being, resilience, and capacity of women of color, their families, and communities to heal and create sustainable change. (Photo by Nina Robinson/The Verbatim Agency/Getty Images)

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Description - NEW ORLEANS, LOUISIANA - FEBRUARY 26: Aurora Tom-Quinn, a health educator for the Institute of Women Ethnic Studies (IWES), teaches a sex education class at a New Orleans school. IWES was formed to improve the physical, mental, and spiritual health and quality of life of women of color and their families, particularly among those who are socio-economically disadvantaged. It uses the Social Ecological Model (SEM), which considers the complex interplay between individual, interpersonal, community, and societal factors, and recognizes that individual behavior is shaped by and contributes to the context in which people live. Through this in-depth, multi-dimensional approach, IWES creates culturally proficient programs, activities, and research to address and advocate for the emotional and physical well-being, resilience, and capacity of women of color, their families, and communities to heal and create sustainable change. 

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Description - NEW ORLEANS, LOUISIANA - FEBRUARY 26: Aurora Tom-Quinn, a health educator for the Institute of Women Ethnic Studies (IWES), teaches a sex education class at a New Orleans school. IWES was formed to improve the physical, mental, and spiritual health and quality of life of women of color and their families, particularly among those who are socio-economically disadvantaged. It uses the Social Ecological Model (SEM), which considers the complex interplay between individual, interpersonal, community, and societal factors, and recognizes that individual behavior is shaped by and contributes to the context in which people live. Through this in-depth, multi-dimensional approach, IWES creates culturally proficient programs, activities, and research to address and advocate for the emotional and physical well-being, resilience, and capacity of women of color, their families, and communities to heal and create sustainable change. 

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Description - NEW ORLEANS, LOUISIANA - FEBRUARY 26: Aurora Tom-Quinn, a health educator for the Institute of Women Ethnic Studies (IWES), teaches a sex education class at a New Orleans school. IWES was formed to improve the physical, mental, and spiritual health and quality of life of women of color and their families, particularly among those who are socio-economically disadvantaged. It uses the Social Ecological Model (SEM), which considers the complex interplay between individual, interpersonal, community, and societal factors, and recognizes that individual behavior is shaped by and contributes to the context in which people live. Through this in-depth, multi-dimensional approach, IWES creates culturally proficient programs, activities, and research to address and advocate for the emotional and physical well-being, resilience, and capacity of women of color, their families, and communities to heal and create sustainable change. Special Instructions - FULL RELEASE - EDITORIAL USE ONLY

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Description - NEW ORLEANS, LOUISIANA - FEBRUARY 26: Aurora Tom-Quinn, a health educator for the Institute of Women Ethnic Studies (IWES), teaches a sex education class at a New Orleans school. IWES was formed to improve the physical, mental, and spiritual health and quality of life of women of color and their families, particularly among those who are socio-economically disadvantaged. It uses the Social Ecological Model (SEM), which considers the complex interplay between individual, interpersonal, community, and societal factors, and recognizes that individual behavior is shaped by and contributes to the context in which people live. Through this in-depth, multi-dimensional approach, IWES creates culturally proficient programs, activities, and research to address and advocate for the emotional and physical well-being, resilience, and capacity of women of color, their families, and communities to heal and create sustainable change. 

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Description - NEW ORLEANS, LOUISIANA - FEBRUARY 26: Aurora Tom-Quinn, a health educator for the Institute of Women Ethnic Studies (IWES), teaches a sex education class at a New Orleans school. IWES was formed to improve the physical, mental, and spiritual health and quality of life of women of color and their families, particularly among those who are socio-economically disadvantaged. It uses the Social Ecological Model (SEM), which considers the complex interplay between individual, interpersonal, community, and societal factors, and recognizes that individual behavior is shaped by and contributes to the context in which people live. Through this in-depth, multi-dimensional approach, IWES creates culturally proficient programs, activities, and research to address and advocate for the emotional and physical well-being, resilience, and capacity of women of color, their families, and communities to heal and create sustainable change. (Photo by Nina Robinson/The Verbatim Agency/Getty Images)

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Description - NEW ORLEANS, LOUISIANA - FEBRUARY 26: Aurora Tom-Quinn, a health educator for the Institute of Women Ethnic Studies (IWES), teaches a sex education class at a New Orleans school. IWES was formed to improve the physical, mental, and spiritual health and quality of life of women of color and their families, particularly among those who are socio-economically disadvantaged. It uses the Social Ecological Model (SEM), which considers the complex interplay between individual, interpersonal, community, and societal factors, and recognizes that individual behavior is shaped by and contributes to the context in which people live. Through this in-depth, multi-dimensional approach, IWES creates culturally proficient programs, activities, and research to address and advocate for the emotional and physical well-being, resilience, and capacity of women of color, their families, and communities to heal and create sustainable change. 

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Description - NEW ORLEANS, LOUISIANA - FEBRUARY 26: Aurora Tom-Quinn, a health educator for the Institute of Women Ethnic Studies (IWES), teaches a sex education class at a New Orleans school. IWES was formed to improve the physical, mental, and spiritual health and quality of life of women of color and their families, particularly among those who are socio-economically disadvantaged. It uses the Social Ecological Model (SEM), which considers the complex interplay between individual, interpersonal, community, and societal factors, and recognizes that individual behavior is shaped by and contributes to the context in which people live. Through this in-depth, multi-dimensional approach, IWES creates culturally proficient programs, activities, and research to address and advocate for the emotional and physical well-being, resilience, and capacity of women of color, their families, and communities to heal and create sustainable change. (Photo by Nina Robinson/The Verbatim Agency/Getty Images)

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Description - NEW ORLEANS, LOUISIANA - FEBRUARY 26: Aurora Tom-Quinn is a health educator for the Institute of Women Ethnic Studies (IWES). IWES was formed to improve the physical, mental, and spiritual health and quality of life of women of color and their families, particularly among those who are socio-economically disadvantaged. It uses the Social Ecological Model (SEM), which considers the complex interplay between individual, interpersonal, community, and societal factors, and recognizes that individual behavior is shaped by and contributes to the context in which people live. Through this in-depth, multi-dimensional approach, IWES creates culturally proficient programs, activities, and research to address and advocate for the emotional and physical well-being, resilience, and capacity of women of color, their families, and communities to heal and create sustainable change.

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NEW ORLEANS, LOUISIANA - FEBRUARY 26: Aurora Tom-Quinn is a health educator for the Institute of Women Ethnic Studies (IWES). IWES was formed to improve the physical, mental, and spiritual health and quality of life of women of color and their families, particularly among those who are socio-economically disadvantaged. It uses the Social Ecological Model (SEM), which considers the complex interplay between individual, interpersonal, community, and societal factors, and recognizes that individual behavior is shaped by and contributes to the context in which people live. Through this in-depth, multi-dimensional approach, IWES creates culturally proficient programs, activities, and research to address and advocate for the emotional and physical well-being, resilience, and capacity of women of color, their families, and communities to heal and create sustainable change. (Photo by Nina Robinson/The Verbatim Agency/Getty Images)

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Description - NEW ORLEANS, LOUISIANA - FEBRUARY 26: Aurora Tom-Quinn is a health educator for the Institute of Women Ethnic Studies (IWES). IWES was formed to improve the physical, mental, and spiritual health and quality of life of women of color and their families, particularly among those who are socio-economically disadvantaged. It uses the Social Ecological Model (SEM), which considers the complex interplay between individual, interpersonal, community, and societal factors, and recognizes that individual behavior is shaped by and contributes to the context in which people live. Through this in-depth, multi-dimensional approach, IWES creates culturally proficient programs, activities, and research to address and advocate for the emotional and physical well-being, resilience, and capacity of women of color, their families, and communities to heal and create sustainable change. 

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Description - NEW ORLEANS, LOUISIANA - FEBRUARY 26: Aurora Tom-Quinn is a health educator for the Institute of Women Ethnic Studies (IWES). IWES was formed to improve the physical, mental, and spiritual health and quality of life of women of color and their families, particularly among those who are socio-economically disadvantaged. It uses the Social Ecological Model (SEM), which considers the complex interplay between individual, interpersonal, community, and societal factors, and recognizes that individual behavior is shaped by and contributes to the context in which people live. Through this in-depth, multi-dimensional approach, IWES creates culturally proficient programs, activities, and research to address and advocate for the emotional and physical well-being, resilience, and capacity of women of color, their families, and communities to heal and create sustainable change. 

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Description - NEW ORLEANS, LOUISIANA - FEBRUARY 26: Aurora Tom-Quinn is a health educator for the Institute of Women Ethnic Studies (IWES). IWES was formed to improve the physical, mental, and spiritual health and quality of life of women of color and their families, particularly among those who are socio-economically disadvantaged. It uses the Social Ecological Model (SEM), which considers the complex interplay between individual, interpersonal, community, and societal factors, and recognizes that individual behavior is shaped by and contributes to the context in which people live. Through this in-depth, multi-dimensional approach, IWES creates culturally proficient programs, activities, and research to address and advocate for the emotional and physical well-being, resilience, and capacity of women of color, their families, and communities to heal and create sustainable change. 

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Description - NEW ORLEANS, LOUISIANA - FEBRUARY 26: The Institute of Women Ethnic Studies (IWES) was formed to improve the physical, mental, and spiritual health and quality of life of women of color and their families, particularly among those who are socio-economically disadvantaged. It uses the Social Ecological Model (SEM), which considers the complex interplay between individual, interpersonal, community, and societal factors, and recognizes that individual behavior is shaped by and contributes to the context in which people live. Through this in-depth, multi-dimensional approach, IWES creates culturally proficient programs, activities, and research to address and advocate for the emotional and physical well-being, resilience, and capacity of women of color, their families, and communities to heal and create sustainable change. (Back Row L-R) Briana Spruille White is a program manager of IWES' Believe in Youth-Louisiana (BY-LA!) teen pregnancy prevention program; Nakita Shavers is a health educator at IWES; Caitlin Wahlers is a Health Educator for the Believe in Youth-Louisiana (BY-LA!) teen pregnancy prevention program. (Front Row L-R) Aurora Tom-Quinn is a health educator at IWES; Quinette Collins is a Health Educator for the IWES Believe in Youth-Louisiana (BY-LA!) teen pregnancy prevention program.

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Description - NEW ORLEANS, LOUISIANA - FEBRUARY 26: The Institute of Women Ethnic Studies (IWES) was formed to improve the physical, mental, and spiritual health and quality of life of women of color and their families, particularly among those who are socio-economically disadvantaged. It uses the Social Ecological Model (SEM), which considers the complex interplay between individual, interpersonal, community, and societal factors, and recognizes that individual behavior is shaped by and contributes to the context in which people live. Through this in-depth, multi-dimensional approach, IWES creates culturally proficient programs, activities, and research to address and advocate for the emotional and physical well-being, resilience, and capacity of women of color, their families, and communities to heal and create sustainable change. (Back Row L-R) Briana Spruille White is a program manager of IWES' Believe in Youth-Louisiana (BY-LA!) teen pregnancy prevention program; Nakita Shavers is a health educator at IWES; Caitlin Wahlers is a Health Educator for the Believe in Youth-Louisiana (BY-LA!) teen pregnancy prevention program. (Front Row L-R) Aurora Tom-Quinn is a health educator at IWES; Quinette Collins is a Health Educator for the IWES Believe in Youth-Louisiana (BY-LA!) teen pregnancy prevention program. 

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Description - NEW ORLEANS, LOUISIANA, FEBRUARY 26: Nakita Shavers is a health educator for the Institute of Women Ethnic Studies (IWES). IWES was formed to improve the physical, mental, and spiritual health and quality of life of women of color and their families, particularly among those who are socio-economically disadvantaged. It uses the Social Ecological Model (SEM), which considers the complex interplay between individual, interpersonal, community, and societal factors, and recognizes that individual behavior is shaped by and contributes to the context in which people live. Through this in-depth, multi-dimensional approach, IWES creates culturally proficient programs, activities, and research to address and advocate for the emotional and physical well-being, resilience, and capacity of women of color, their families, and communities to heal and create sustainable change. 

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Description - NEW ORLEANS, LOUISIANA, FEBRUARY 26: Nakita Shavers is a health educator for the Institute of Women Ethnic Studies (IWES). IWES was formed to improve the physical, mental, and spiritual health and quality of life of women of color and their families, particularly among those who are socio-economically disadvantaged. It uses the Social Ecological Model (SEM), which considers the complex interplay between individual, interpersonal, community, and societal factors, and recognizes that individual behavior is shaped by and contributes to the context in which people live. Through this in-depth, multi-dimensional approach, IWES creates culturally proficient programs, activities, and research to address and advocate for the emotional and physical well-being, resilience, and capacity of women of color, their families, and communities to heal and create sustainable change. 

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Description - NEW ORLEANS, LOUISIANA - FEBRUARY 26: Quinette Collins is a Health Educator for the Believe in Youth-Louisiana (BY-LA!) teen pregnancy prevention program. BY-LA! is a program of the Institute of Women Ethnic Studies (IWES), which was formed to improve the physical, mental, and spiritual health and quality of life of women of color and their families, particularly among those who are socio-economically disadvantaged. It uses the Social Ecological Model (SEM), which considers the complex interplay between individual, interpersonal, community, and societal factors, and recognizes that individual behavior is shaped by and contributes to the context in which people live. Through this in-depth, multi-dimensional approach, IWES creates culturally proficient programs, activities, and research to address and advocate for the emotional and physical well-being, resilience, and capacity of women of color, their families, and communities to heal and create sustainable change. 

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Description - NEW ORLEANS, LOUISIANA - FEBRUARY 26: Briana Spruille White is a program manager of the Believe in Youth-Louisiana (BY-LA!) teen pregnancy prevention program. BY-LA! is a program of the Institute of Women Ethnic Studies (IWES), which was formed to improve the physical, mental, and spiritual health and quality of life of women of color and their families, particularly among those who are socio-economically disadvantaged. It uses the Social Ecological Model (SEM), which considers the complex interplay between individual, interpersonal, community, and societal factors, and recognizes that individual behavior is shaped by and contributes to the context in which people live. Through this in-depth, multi-dimensional approach, IWES creates culturally proficient programs, activities, and research to address and advocate for the emotional and physical well-being, resilience, and capacity of women of color, their families, and communities to heal and create sustainable change. 

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Description - NEW ORLEANS, LOUISIANA - FEBRUARY 26: Caitlin Wahlers is a health educator for the Believe in Youth-Louisiana (BY-LA!) teen pregnancy prevention program. BY-LA! is a program of the Institute of Women Ethnic Studies (IWES), which was formed to improve the physical, mental, and spiritual health and quality of life of women of color and their families, particularly among those who are socio-economically disadvantaged. It uses the Social Ecological Model (SEM), which considers the complex interplay between individual, interpersonal, community, and societal factors, and recognizes that individual behavior is shaped by and contributes to the context in which people live. Through this in-depth, multi-dimensional approach, IWES creates culturally proficient programs, activities, and research to address and advocate for the emotional and physical well-being, resilience, and capacity of women of color, their families, and communities to heal and create sustainable change. 

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Description - NEW ORLEANS, LOUISIANA - FEBRUARY 26: Caitlin Wahlers is a health educator for the Believe in Youth-Louisiana (BY-LA!) teen pregnancy prevention program. BY-LA! is a program of the Institute of Women Ethnic Studies (IWES), which was formed to improve the physical, mental, and spiritual health and quality of life of women of color and their families, particularly among those who are socio-economically disadvantaged. It uses the Social Ecological Model (SEM), which considers the complex interplay between individual, interpersonal, community, and societal factors, and recognizes that individual behavior is shaped by and contributes to the context in which people live. Through this in-depth, multi-dimensional approach, IWES creates culturally proficient programs, activities, and research to address and advocate for the emotional and physical well-being, resilience, and capacity of women of color, their families, and communities to heal and create sustainable change. 

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Description - NEW ORLEANS, LOUISIANA - FEBRUARY 26: Quinette Collins is a Health Educator for the Believe in Youth-Louisiana (BY-LA!) teen pregnancy prevention program. BY-LA! is a program of the Institute of Women Ethnic Studies (IWES), which was formed to improve the physical, mental, and spiritual health and quality of life of women of color and their families, particularly among those who are socio-economically disadvantaged. It uses the Social Ecological Model (SEM), which considers the complex interplay between individual, interpersonal, community, and societal factors, and recognizes that individual behavior is shaped by and contributes to the context in which people live. Through this in-depth, multi-dimensional approach, IWES creates culturally proficient programs, activities, and research to address and advocate for the emotional and physical well-being, resilience, and capacity of women of color, their families, and communities to heal and create sustainable change. 

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Description - BATON ROUGE, LOUISIANA, DECEMBER 01: RaeDiance is a biological engineering pre-student at Louisiana State University (LSU) and is part of Planned Parenthood Generation Action, a group at LSU that raises awareness about reproductive health. She's also a counselor for the campus crisis intervention center and answers calls on its suicide hotline. 

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Description - BATON ROUGE, LOUISIANA, DECEMBER 01: RaeDiance is a biological engineering pre-student at Louisiana State University (LSU) and is part of Planned Parenthood Generation Action, a group at LSU that raises awareness about reproductive health. She's also a counselor for the campus crisis intervention center and answers calls on its suicide hotline. 

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Description - BATON ROUGE, LOUISIANA- DECEMBER 01: The Louisiana State University Street Squad shares information about safe sex practices with fellow students. The Street Squad is a peer-to-peer education group conducting marketing and research for the LSU student health center, in partnership with Planned Parenthood. Planned Parenthood Gulf Coast has been a trusted source of expert, affordable reproductive health care and sexual health information in Louisiana for more than 30 years. 

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Description - BATON ROUGE, LOUISIANA- DECEMBER 01: The Louisiana University Health Center Street Squad hand out information on safer sex practices to students on campus. LSU Health Center street squad is a peer-to-peer education group that conducts, marketing and education for the Student Health Center. 

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Description - BATON ROUGE, LOUISIANA- DECEMBER 01: Jordyn is a graduate student studying mass communication at Louisiana State University (LSU). She is also a reproductive health advocate and a graduate assistant at the LSU women's center. She was inspired to become an advocate by her experience as a patient of Planned Parenthood in Baton Rouge. Planned Parenthood Gulf Coast has been a trusted source of expert, affordable reproductive health care and sexual health information in Louisiana for more than 30 years. 

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Description - BATON ROUGE, LOUISIANA, DECEMBER 01: RaeDiance is a biological engineering pre-student at Louisiana State University (LSU) and is part of Planned Parenthood Generation Action, a group at LSU that raises awareness about reproductive health. She's also a counselor for the campus crisis intervention center and answers calls on its suicide hotline. 

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Description - JBATON ROUGE, LOUISIANA- DECEMBER 01: The Louisiana State University Street Squad shares information about safe sex practices with fellow students. The Street Squad is a peer-to-peer education group conducting marketing and research for the LSU student health center, in partnership with Planned Parenthood. Planned Parenthood Gulf Coast has been a trusted source of expert, affordable reproductive health care and sexual health information in Louisiana for more than 30 years. (Photo by Nina Robinson/The Verbatim Agency/Getty Images)

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Description - BATON ROUGE, LOUISIANA- DECEMBER 01: RaeDiance is a biological engineering pre-student at Louisiana State University (LSU) and is part of Planned Parenthood Generation Action, a group at LSU that raises awareness about reproductive health. She's also a counselor for the campus crisis intervention center and answers calls on its suicide hotline. Jordyn is a graduate student studying mass communication at Louisiana State University (LSU). She is also a reproductive health advocate and a graduate assistant at the LSU women's center. She was inspired to become an advocate by her experience as a patient of Planned Parenthood in Baton Rouge. Planned Parenthood Gulf Coast has been a trusted source of expert, affordable reproductive health care and sexual health information in Louisiana for more than 30 years. (Photo by Nina Robinson/The Verbatim Agency/Getty Images)

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Description - BATON ROUGE, LOUISIANA- DECEMBER 01: Jordyn is a graduate student studying mass communication at Louisiana State University (LSU). She is also a reproductive health advocate and a graduate assistant at the LSU women's center. She was inspired to become an advocate by her experience as a patient of Planned Parenthood in Baton Rouge. Planned Parenthood Gulf Coast has been a trusted source of expert, affordable reproductive health care and sexual health information in Louisiana for more than 30 years. (Photo by Nina Robinson/The Verbatim Agency/Getty Images)

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Description - BATON ROUGE, LOUISIANA, DECEMBER 01: RaeDiance is a biological engineering pre-student at Louisiana State University (LSU) and is part of Planned Parenthood Generation Action, a group at LSU that raises awareness about reproductive health. She's also a counselor for the campus crisis intervention center and answers calls on its suicide hotline. (Photo by Nina Robinson/The Verbatim Agency/Getty Images)

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