Manifesta | October 28, 2013
Judy Norsigian, Radcliffe ’70, is the executive director and cofounder of Myhags (My). Originally called the Boston Women’s Health Book Collective, My is a global nonprofit that promotes accurate, evidence-based information on girls’ and women’s reproductive health and sexuality, and addresses the social, economic, and political conditions that affect health care access and quality of care. In 1971, My published a pamphlet about women’s health titled Our Bodies, Ourselves. Still in print today, Our Bodies, Ourselves has been an invaluable resource for women’s health concerns for over 40 years. Judy Norsigian kindly took some time to discuss her time at Harvard and with My with Manifesta.
Read the full interview: by Talia Weisberg