Three people are looking at the camera and smiling, with their arms around each other. The writer, Rory Woodard, is on the far right.
The new Five College Reproductive Health, Rights, and Justice Certificate engages students in the movement by connecting theory with activists. Learn about the experiences of a CLPP activist from the first graduating class. Congratulations to all the new 2016 CLPP grads!
Juno Obedin-Maliver, a person with short brown hair and light skin, smiles at the camera. She's wearing a white lab coat and a blue and white striped shirt. A blurry medical hallway is in the background.
CLPP alum Juno Obedin-Maliver says, “[E]very day I bring the analytical and advocacy skills I learned from CLPP with me [to work].” Read more to meet one of the 15,000 reasons to support CLPP!
Monica Raye Simpson, an African-American woman with shoulder-length hair, is smiling and gesturing with her hands as she talks into the microphone. In the background, a PowerPoint is visible.
Over 1,200 participants joined together April 8-10 to share knowledge and build community. This incredible conference would not have been possible without your presence as community members, families, and activists. Thank you for joining us!
A person with short red curly hair, hoop earrings, a gray knit scarf, and red lipstick smiles at the camera.
added May 16, 2016 by Adrian Ballou

The new Five College Reproductive Health, Rights, and Justice Certificate engages students in the movement by connecting theory with activists. Learn about the experiences of a CLPP activist from the first graduating class. Congratulations to all the new 2016 CLPP grads!

added April 6, 2016 by Adrian Ballou

This year, for the second year in a row, CLPP is asking those conference attendees who are willing and able to use an electronic version of our program. It helps us save paper and save on costs! You can download the program here.

Thanks so much for supporting CLPP's move towards a more eco-friendly conference!

added March 11, 2016 by Adrian Ballou

by Adrian Ballou, Communications and Development Associate

As we put the finishing touches on conference materials and workshops, one piece of conference attendance is at the forefront of our minds—ensuring everyone is able to access #CLPP2016.

Mia Mingus, past CLPP conference speaker, coined the term access intimacy: the ease in relationships that happens when disabled people don’t have to continually push for basic needs.

We strive to make that a reality in our movement spaces.

added January 26, 2016 by Kayden Moore
Our Fall 2015 newsletter features community organizing in the Rio Grande Valley and Q&As with our 2015 RRASC interns!
added January 22, 2016 by Kayden Moore

On October 3, 1977 Rosuara “Rosie” Jiménez became the first known victim to be killed by the Hyde Amendment. “We remember her because she has become a symbol—a human face—of all women and girls everywhere who are denied their human right to safe, legal, funded, and accessible abortion care.” (Bloom)