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added October 13, 2020 by Jennie He
The Development Intern will support CLPP's administrative and development work. The Development Intern provides support that is critical to the success of CLPP’s development initiatives by researching potential funders, recording key activities with current funders, and developing statistics and stories that communicate the impact of our work. This is a remote position of 4-5 hours per week during the fall semester - ending Mid- December 2020-with the possibility of renewal for the following academic semester. This position is paid at an hourly rate of $12.75 and the intern will be hired through CLPP directly. The application deadline is October 22nd.
added September 10, 2020 by Jennie He
Dear RRASC Community, I have made the difficult decision to depart from CLPP. I will go on to other things but will always be involved with the movement. I would like to first and foremost give thanks to the many incredible folks who have guided, coached, and believed in me through the RJ movement. I would not be here without any of you. CLPP has been my gateway to Reproductive Justice from the very beginning.
added August 4, 2020 by Desta Cantave
Are you a Five College student interested in deepening your understanding of reproductive justice and student organizing skills? Do you want to play a role in coordinating CLPP's annual conference, From Abortion Rights to Social Justice: Building a Movement for Reproductive Freedom?
added July 30, 2020 by Jennie He
2020 went off with a bang! The winter New Leadership Networking Initiative (NLNI) brought dozens of emerging reproductive justice leaders around the country to Puerto Rico for a generative conversation, building individual skills, and fostering cross-organizational connections. As coronavirus entered the U.S. many of our programs like our annual conference and Reproductive Rights Activist Service Corps (RRASC) had to be shifted to accomodate necessary safety measures for all attendants and interns. Read more about our previous programming and next steps here.
added July 28, 2020 by Jennie He
This year, CLPP continues to prepare young people for the front lines of today’s struggle for reproductive justice. We train, educate, connect, and inspire thousands of emerging leaders who are fiercely working toward a vision of reproductive freedom. Read more about our impact and transitions during 2019-2020 academic year here.
added July 1, 2020 by Jennie He
CLPP stands in solidarity with communities resisting the systematic killing of Black people, Indigenous people, and people of color at the hands of police. We condemn the murders of George Floyd, Breonna Taylor, Rayshard Brooks, and too many others whose lives have been cut short by white supremacist violence. The present uprisings are part of a long and powerful tradition of Black-led resistance to white supremacy and the wholesale criminalization of Black people. Both the reproductive justice and the Black Lives Matter movements originate in struggles for liberation led by Black women. These women have made tremendous sacrifices to improve the conditions under which marginalized communities are forced to live.

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