Arneta Rogers (she/they) is the Gender, Sexuality, and Reproductive Justice Director at the ACLU of Northern California. Their work focuses on fighting for the right to bodily autonomy for BIPOC, systems impacted, and other communities on the margin, and providing programmatic leadership and vision to a team of reproductive and gender justice advocates. Arneta co-leads the organization’s advocacy to decriminalize sex work, and supported the development of a statewide coalition, DecrimSexWorkCA, that centers the leadership and experience of Black trans women, femmes, and non-binary people of color disproportionately impacted by criminalization. Arneta is the former Policy Director of the Positive Women’s Network- USA and earned their law degree from UC Hastings College of the Law. In their free time, they enjoy growing vegetables in their Oakland garden, playing basketball, and drumming for the movements with the Boomshake.
Reproductive Healthcare in the Era of COVID-19: Telehealth, Abortion Care, and Expanding Access for LGBTQ+ People