added September 19, 2017 by Lucy Trainor
Wednesday, September 27th, 6:00 pm to 7:30 pm
Prescott Tavern, Hampshire College

The CLPP Student Group is a space for Five College students to come together and collectively learn about reproductive justice and intersecting social justice movements. We learn through workshops, movie screenings, guest speakers, and discussions. CLPP Student Group strives to hold a space where folks can think through difficult truths within a community of support and develop an intersectional understanding of social justice. All are welcome! Dinner will be provided.

Participants in Civil Liberties and Public Policy's national leadership programs
added August 31, 2017 by Mia Sullivan

Apply now to manage our paid summer internship program – the Reproductive Rights Activist Service Corps – and our national activist network, the New Leadership Networking Initiative.

CLPP is looking for candidates who:

added August 23, 2017 by Adrian Ballou
"This program has made me more articulate and comfortable talking about my feminism, and it has given me this arsenal of knowledge about non-mainstream feminist movements."
Two people are smiling at the camera. One is holding a drawing that has text reading, "Abuelita knowledge is technology." Text in the top left corner reads, "Call for proposals #CLPP2018." There is a CLPP logo in the bottom left corner.
added August 14, 2017 by Lucy Trainor

We're accepting proposals for our annual conference, From Abortion Rights to Social Justice: Building the Movement for Reproductive Freedom!

added June 22, 2017 by Adrian Ballou

This has been a year of intense attacks on our rights. In the face of fear, millions of individuals, communities, faiths, and organizations are joining together to deepen our resistance. More than ever, CLPP's work is critical and urgent. More than ever, we are proud to be part of this fierce movement for reproductive justice.

added June 14, 2017 by Lucy Trainor

Be the catalyst for CLPP student community next year! Deepen your understanding of reproductive justice and develop your student organizing skills.


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