Our mission: We inspire, educate, train and support new activists and leadership to secure reproductive and sexual rights, freedom, and justice for everyone.Our vision: A world where reproductive justice is a basic human right & the conditions to attain it are available to everyone.Reproductive justice, a term coined by Black women in 1994, expands the conversation around abortion rights to include the impacts of racism and other intersecting oppressions.At CLPP, we know that, in addition to abortion access, people need access to contraception, culturally proficient healthcare, housing, healthy food, safe environments, and the power and resources to realize those rights.We take the reproductive justice framework to heart, creating a platform for social justice movements to weave together their work and mobilize across communities.Our ProgramsCLPP provides opportunities for:leadership development;social justice activism; andeducation about reproductive rights, health and justice.Bridging academics and activism, CLPP creates spaces where students and scholars build upon each other’s work. Through our work, we strengthen grassroots organizations and allied social justice movements, striving to center the most marginalized voices in the room.Our ImpactMore than 17,000 students and young activists have participated in CLPP programs. Nearly 75% of alumni remain active in the field, many in leadership positions. Each year, we support more than 300 grassroots organizations and close to 1,300 students, young leaders, and community activists who are all working towards reproductive justice.Learn what more of our alums have to say here.Begin, nurture, and expand your relationship with us!Explore our website;Plug into the latest conversations about reproductive justice on our social media--follow us on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram;Sign up for regular email updates; andDonate to help make CLPP programs possible for everyone.Friends' and donors' ongoing support of our work is making our programs—and building a thriving activist community—possible!While we are based at Hampshire College, our programs are open to young activists and students throughout the country, and we are actively expanding to reach and respond to areas that are deeply in need of this work. Hampshire generously covers our overhead, but the bulk of our $1.5 million budget is raised from foundations and generous individuals like you.Please join us in building the next generation of advocates and activists.