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Conference 2013
added July 31, 2012 by CLPP
Over recent months and for as many years as we can count, we have been inspired by our courageous colleagues, allies, and friends who are creating a world centered on justice. At the same time, we are outraged by the blatant and insidious attacks on reproductive freedom, racial and gender equality, and queer liberation, and the exponential growth of economic inequality. This is where you come in! We’re looking for student, community, and academic activists to propose workshops and presentations.
CLPP Student Group table display
added July 28, 2012 by CLPP
Dates:
Friday, August 31st, 1:00 pm to 2:00 pm
Where:
Arts Village Solar Canopy
Look for the CLPP table! We'll have friendly faces and lots of information about how you can get involved in social justice and reproductive rights activism.
NOW conference logo
added July 28, 2012 by Lani@CLPP

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."

Allied Media Conference logo
added July 19, 2012 by CLPP

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.

CLPP student group
added July 10, 2012 by Kat Good-Schiff
Dates:
Wednesday, July 25th, 4:30 pm
Where:
CLPP Conference Call Line
The second planning call this summer will focus on ideas for student programs. These will be incorporated into a draft programs plan that will be used by the Student Group Coordinators in their work with the 5-college community. We'll focus on Fall -- but not limit it to that!
added June 29, 2012 by Lani@CLPP

In February of this year, the Obama administration affirmed its commitment to women's health care and issued a rule requiring birth control coverage without co-pays under the health care law. It makes sense: Birth control is basic, preventive health care. In fact, 99% of all women have used birth control in their lifetime. Despite a solution that upholds women's health AND guarantees that insurance companies — not religious colleges or institutions — foot the bill, some social conservatives still aren't happy. Their attacks on the President have increased steadily since February and are reaching a fever pitch in the weeks leading up to July 4th — which means it's time once again for all of us to raise our voices!

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