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  • Sessions that will be streamed can be watched live on the Woodhull Facebook page at
  • Once done, they can be found in the page’s video library.
  • They will be posted on the Woodhull YouTube page the week after the Summit.

    All Day

  • Registration

    • Atrium  ◆  9:00 am - 6:00 pm

    Stop by the registration desk to pick up your badge and Summit attendee goody bag! The registration table will always be staffed by a Summit volunteer so feel free to stop by with any questions!

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  • Sober Space

    • Maple  ◆  12:00 pm - 9:00 pm

    This room has been designated as a “Sober Space” for the entire event. No alcohol, vape, smokables or other drugs are allowed in here.

    This room will host several open meetings and at least one informal meet-up, intended for folks in (any flavor of) recovery and our supporters. At all other times, it is open to anyone who wants a sober and drug-free space for unwinding or quiet conversations.

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  • Quiet Space

    • Elm  ◆  12:00 pm - 10:00 pm

    The Quiet Space is a designated room located in a quieter spot at our Summit hotel. This space is designed for anyone who might need a break from the action. The room will remain quiet and free from any loud conversation or noise. This will be open during all daytime hours at the Summit, and everyone is welcome. This is not a place to socialize.

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  • Afternoon Plenary

  • Woodhull’s Human Rights Commission – The Censorship of Sexual Freedom

    Censorship is everywhere – and almost all of it is aimed squarely at sexual expression. Limiting our access to and enjoyment of sexual freedom is a fundamental human rights violation that affects everyone. That’s why Woodhull’s Human Rights Commission at #SFS22 will focus on the impact of censorship on individuals, highlighting opportunities for cross-movement strategies to push back against the growing tide of laws and policies. Testimony will come from healthcare providers, museum curators, librarians, and from a young person directly impacted by Florida’s “Don’t Say Gay” bill.


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  • Evening

  • Sober and In-Recovery Meet & Greet

    • Maple  ◆  5:00 pm - 6:00 pm

    An informal meet-up, intended for folks in (any flavor of) recovery and our supporters. 

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  • The Business of Birth Control Film Screening

    • Capitol View Lounge  ◆  7:00 pm - 8:00 pm

    Sixty years after the pill revolutionized women’s emancipation, The Business of Birth Control examines the complex relationship between hormonal birth control and women’s health and liberation.

    The documentary traces the feminist movement to investigate and expose the pill’s risks alongside the racist legacy of hormonal contraception and its ongoing weaponization against communities of color.

    Weaving together the stories of bereaved parents, body literacy activists and femtech innovators, the film reveals a new generation seeking holistic and ecological alternatives to the pill.

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