Chemicals and Reproductive Health: It's getting personal! Join us on Saturday, October 2nd for a free public forum on health: Saturday, October 2, 2010 9:30 Registration, 10:00 - 11:30 Forum Neighborhood House (Wellstone Community Center) 179 Robie St. E, St. Paul, MN 55107 RSVP requested but not required. Register Now! Contact: [masked] or[masked] More couples facing infertility. Sperm counts going down. Reproductive cancers going up. What's going on? Scientists are finding that exposures to hormone-disrupting chemicals in cosmetics, plastics, cleaners and other consumer products we use every day are playing a role! At this FREE forum you will: Learn about ways to protect your health by choosing safe cosmetics, non-toxic cleaners and other safe products. Find out how public policies could better protect our health and how to get involved in advocating for these policies. Keynote Speaker: Charlotte Brody, RN Director of Chemicals and Green Chemistry, BlueGreen Alliance Charlotte Brody joined the BlueGreen Alliance as Director of Chemicals and Green Chemistry in January 2010. Prior to joining the BlueGreen Alliance, she was the National Field Director for Safer Chemicals, Healthy Families, a nationwide effort to pass smart federal policies to protect us from toxic chemicals. A registered nurse, Charlotte previously served as the Director of Programs for Green For All, Executive Director of Commonweal, a founder and Executive Director of Health Care Without Harm and the Public Affairs Director and Executive Director of a Planned Parenthood affiliate in North Carolina.