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Megan J. Smith

Megan J. Smith is an artist-activist who is passionate about using art to catalyze social change. In 2011 they founded the Repeal Hyde Art Project to create dialogue about abortion access and interconnected issues. Since then, they have created over 200 shareable graphics, facilitated 40 university-based Repeal Hyde Art Project installations, and created artwork for numerous reproductive health organizations. Megan is also the recipient of the 2015 Arts and Healing Network Award for Arts and Social Change and on the board of directors for the Abortion Care Network. They currently reside in Boston with their partner and their 13 year-old cat, Boxer.


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