On June 29th, CLPP joined Reproductive Health Technologies Project and Black Women's Health Imperative at the National Organization for Women (NOW) National Conference in Baltimore. Together we facilitated a breakout session titled "Reproductive Justice: Messaging, Mobilizing and Building a Stronger Movement."
Last week I was lucky to represent CLPP as an attendee at the Allied Media Conference in Detroit. I felt like I was at summer camp for progressive artists, techies, and self-described “sci-fi geeks.” I met inspiring writers, teachers, web programmers, art therapists, grad students, and philosophers. I sketched a comic strip, deconstructed board games, and generally got refreshed for reproductive and social justice work.