On October 3, 1977 Rosuara “Rosie” Jiménez became the first known victim to be killed by the Hyde Amendment. “We remember her because she has become a symbol—a human face—of all women and girls everywhere who are denied their human right to safe, legal, funded, and accessible abortion care.” (Bloom)
What are you doing this summer? Are you a college student interested in interning at a reproductive rights or social justice non-profit organization this summer? Then apply for CLPP's Reproductive Rights Activist Service Corps (RRASC)! You'll get to intern at a great organization for 10-weeks in Summer 2016 and receive a $3500 stipend. Applications are due February 1, 2016 by 11:59pm PST. APPLY HERE
The CLPP Student Group will host our annual Activist Institute on Saturday, November 7 from 10 am - 3 pm. This year's theme is "Avenues of Activism: Sharing Our Stories," and we are pleased to be hosting Megan Smith, founder of the Repeal Hyde Art Project. The Institute is free and open to the public, and geared towards local student activists.