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added January 15, 2014 by Mia Sullivan

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.

added November 21, 2013 by CLPP

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.

How does your support help?
Read these surprising facts about why the work we do is critical and necessary.

added November 18, 2013 by Lucy Trainor
On Wednesday, November 20 from 6-7:30 pm, come hear activists and advocates who are working against gender and reproductive injustice in prisons share their experiences and strategies for making change.
added October 28, 2013 by Jennifer Su
When:
Saturday, November 9th, 10:00 am to 2:30 pm
Where:
The Center for Feminisms at Hampshire College
The CLPP Activist Institute is free and open to the public, and will be geared towards student activists. Veteran and aspiring activists from the local area are encouraged to attend! Preregistration is required.
added October 16, 2013 by Kayden Moore
When:
Monday, October 21st, 7:00 pm
Where:
Student Union Ballroom, UMass Amherst
Free and open to Five College students (priority seating for UMass students). Laverne Cox is the first trans woman of color to have a leading role on a mainstream scripted television show (Orange Is the New Black). Sponsored by the University Programming Council and co-sponsored by the Stonewall Center.
added October 16, 2013 by Kayden Moore
When:
Wednesday, October 16th, 6:00 pm to 7:30 pm
Where:
Prescott Tavern
Student group meeting! We'll primarily be discussing student conference proposals. Dinner will be provided.

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