Kimberley Bullard graduated from Hampshire College in May 2010. As a student, Kim worked closely with CLPP Director Marlene Fried on her academic research. Additionally, Kim was consistently involved with the CLPP student group and annual conference, From Abortion Rights to Social Justice: Building the Movement for Reproductive Freedom. Her commitment to reproductive justice was evident in her roles as a co-chair of the Abortion Speak Out committee and as a speaker for the 2010 annual activist conference.
Learn more about Kim's research from the Hampshire College Website:
Another world is possible! Another US is necessary! This is the motto of the 2010 United States Social Forum - the second event of its kind - and we're excited to have been a part of building a cohesive progressive movement in Detroit just a few days ago.
Another world is possible! Another US is necessary! This is the motto of the 2010 United States Social Forum—the second event of its kind—and we're excited to be part of building a cohesive progressive movement in Detroit in just a few days.
Building on the theme of this year’s Women’s Week—“strength through solidarity”—a panel discussion last night held in Harvard Hall examined the link between environmental factors and reproductive health.
Billed as “mother/earth,” the event focused on the detrimental effects of pollution and other toxins on maternal health, and featured advocates for social justice Lani Blechman of Hampshire College’s Civil Liberties and Public Policy Program and Trina Jackson of Roxbury-based Alternatives for Community and Environment.
The two panelists touched on issues ranging from controlling overpopulation to placing power plants in low-income areas, which they said affected women’s reproductive health.
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April 6, 2010
Contact: Ellen Gattozzi
Civil Liberties and Public Policy Program, Hampshire College
Reproductive Rights Conference Builds New Strategies, New Momentum
In the summer of 2009, Unika Shrestha, a current student at Mount Holyoke College in South Hadley, participated in CLPP's Reproductive Rights Activist Service Corps (RRASC). Through RRASC, she completed a ten-week internship at the Center for Reproductive Rights.
Unika Shrestha's work at the Center for Reproductive Rights was recently featured in the Mount Holyoke College News. The article provides a snapshot of her experience with quotes like this one: "By translating Nepali documents and doing crucial research, I felt I was really contributing to the organization," Shrestha said.