CLPP is a national program that educates, mentors and inspires new generations of advocates and leaders to build a stronger and more diverse movement for reproductive justice and social change. With a 30-year track record of attracting young people to the struggle for abortion rights, CLPP supports new leadership through campus-based education, activism, and hands-on training, advancing a broad and inclusive social justice agenda that emphasizes the interconnectedness of reproductive rights with issues of racial and economic justice, immigrant rights, LGBTQ liberation, disability rights, safety from violence, and climate and environmental justice.
It’s 2012. Are We Seriously Talking About Denying Women Birth Control? February 13, 2011
CLPP and PopDev Host 26th Annual Reproductive Justice Conference February 6, 2011
CLPP in the News
Hampshire Hosts Reproductive Rights Conference, The Daily Collegian, April 16, 2012
Hampshire College and the CLPP program noted as one of the 20 Best Colleges for Socially-Conscious Students
Hampshire College news: CLPP Receives Ford Foundation Grant
The Daily Hampshire Gazette previews the 2011 CLPP conference
RRASC interns Iesha Ramos, Eshe Shukura, and Marianna Luna document their experiences in Inside Magazine, and CLPP Director Mia Sullivan writes about "Coalition Politics and the Possibility for Change"
Hampshire to host annual conference this weekend, Smith College Sophian, April 7, 2011
CLPP Faculty Director Marlene Gerber Fried tapped as acting president for Hampshire College, The Republican, August 20, 2010
Read more on the blogroll from our 30th anniversary conference