CLPP Hosts 28th Annual Reproductive Justice Conference
It’s a yearly event that past attendees say “invigorates a whole generation to consider deeper reproductive rights work and creates reproductive rights opportunities at many levels.”
The Civil Liberties and Public Policy (CLPP) program at Hampshire College’s 28th annual conference—From Abortion Rights to Social Justice: Building the Movement for Reproductive Freedom—will take place Friday, April 11, through Sunday, April 13, 2014.
Registration for our 28th annual conference, From Abortion Rights to Social Justice: Building the Movement for Reproductive Freedom, is now open!
Do I need to register in advance?
All participants must register in advance. Advance registration allows us to plan for adequate food and accommodate accessibility needs. Check-in will begin April 11th at 2PM in the Franklin Patterson Hall lobby at Hampshire College. Everyone is welcome to attend the conference!
Our conference, From Abortion Rights to Social Justice: Building the Movement for Reproductive Freedom, is a space for learning, collaboration, growth, and supporting one another as we work to create change. We invite all participants to be part of a culture of respect that acknowledges and honors the differences we bring in terms of our identities and our politics, without marginalizing or tokenizing each other. Our differences can be points of strength, and the many diverse identities and perspectives we hold make for a stronger and more vibrant reproductive justice movement.
Like many of our allies in the repoductive justice movement, we fight for communities for whom abortion has never been accessible—even after Roe.
Our work—reproductive justice—encompasses a broad range of issues, all of which have deep and often permanent impact on people's sexual health and reproductive choices.
For more than 30 years, CLPP and PopDev have been a formative part of this movement, building young people’s awareness of—and investment in—issues that are central to reproductive justice.
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