added January 15, 2013 by Leticia Contreras


Hampshire College is accepting applications for a Development Officer for the Civil Liberties and Public Policies Program (CLPP). Reporting to the CLPP Director, the Development Officer is responsible for managing and coordinating CLPP’s individual donor fundraising efforts, re-engaging supporters and reaching new constituencies. The Development Officer will develop and implement CLPP’s annual fundraising plan for individual giving; launch major donor work; develop a strong fundraising culture with staff; and increase the profile of the organization through strategic use of print, social and other online media.

This is a full time grant funded position with continuation pending future funding.

Verónica Bayetti Flores
added January 4, 2013 by Mia Sullivan
We're excited to welcome Verónica Bayetti Flores as our new Assistant Director in charge of CLPP's external leadership projects. Verónica has worked to increase access to contraception and abortion, fought for paid sick leave, demanded access to safe public space for queer youth of color, and helped to lead social justice efforts in Wisconsin, New York City, and Texas. Please join us in welcoming Verónica to CLPP!
added December 5, 2012 by CLPP
Our friends at Advocates for Youth are once again searching for the most bold and visionary college students from around the United States to receive 500 condoms to distribute on their college campuses. What kind of ingenious plans will you come up with to distribute condoms? Condom lollipops? Condom scavenger hunt? Condom raffle tickets? Condom demonstration flash mob?
Headphones designed by Kevin Wynn from The Noun Project
added December 3, 2012 by CLPP
CLPP is now on iTunes! Take CLPP and the inspiring ideas of our presenters wherever you go with your listening device or computer.
Marlene Gerber Fried
added November 29, 2012 by CLPP
We are excited to announce that CLPP's Marlene Gerber Fried was one of two fabulous women honored recently by Ibis Reproductive Health. They celebrated Ibis's 10th anniversary and honored Marlene and Jessica Valenti with the Ibis Reproductive Health Evidence in Activism Award.
W. Brandon Lacy Campos
added November 15, 2012 by CLPP
"Ain't nobody in this world going to give us our liberation. We need to break those chains ourselves, and we have to start by holding each other close in a way that says clearly that I am you. You are me. And I will do the work to undo the legacy of oppression, racism, sexism, heterosexism, ableism, classism, immigration status, and skin privilege that keeps me from you and you from me..."


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