Our Bodies Ourselves Today Project

Panel discussion at the 50th anniversary celebration of the first meeting of the OBOS founders, 5/10/19.

Panelists at the May 10, 2019 celebration of Our Bodies Ourselves include, from l – r: Suffolk student Sabrina Dias, Suffolk student Queen-Cheyenne Wade, OBOS board member Mariya Patwa, OBOS founder Norma Swenson, OBOS founder Miriam Hawley, and host and moderation Amy Agigian, founder and director of Suffolk University’s Center for Women’s Health and Human Rights.

On May 10, 2019, three generations of feminists came together to celebrate the legacy of Our Bodies Ourselves (OBOS) and look forward to the future of women’s health activism.

The event was sponsored by the Center for Health & Human Rights at Suffolk University, which is partnering with OBOS to create Our Bodies Ourselves Today, an online resource featuring information and resources on women’s health, reproduction, and sexuality. Our Bodies Ourselves Today is set to launch in 2021.

You can watch a video of the event here.