Farah Diaz-Tello, JD
Farah Diaz-Tello is a U.S. human rights attorney whose career is dedicated to the pursuit of reproductive justice, with a focus on pregnancy and the full spectrum of pregnancy outcomes. She is Senior Counsel for the SIA Legal Team, where she works to halt the criminalization of self-managed abortion and shift narratives within and outside RHRJ movements to ensure that anyone can end a pregnancy with dignity and without fear of arrest. In her previous work as a Senior Staff Attorney for National Advocates for Pregnant Women, Farah developed and directed programming in human rights and Birth Justice. Her writing includes scholarly publications about obstetric violence and economic coercion of birthing people, as well as essays and commentaries on issues related to reproductive justice, pregnancy and birth, the law, and popular culture. She was selected as a 2017 Rockwood Reproductive Rights, Health, and Justice Fellow, and participated in the inaugural cohort of CoreAlign’s Innovation Lab program to make progress toward reproductive justice by using design thinking to approach intractable conflicts. Farah is a member of the Birth Rights Bar Association, and is honored to serve the needs of pregnant people and families on the boards of directors of All-Options and the Family Law Cannabis Alliance.Â
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