#CLPP2017: What Are YOU Excited About?

Here are what some past participants and already-registered folks are looking forward to!

  • "This is where the resistance is happening."
  • "The CLPP conference was one fo the safest places where I felt like I could be myself and feel inspired and hopeful about the future. I found myself being challenged and expanded my definition of social justice. It was also a space where I got connected with activists from all over the country, and to this day, I am still connected with these activists."
  • "I have attended the conference since my junior year of high school and I can say with certainty that it has shaped the way I view everything—through a lens of reproductive justice."
  • "It was an incredibly unique and empowering atmosphere—people were open, ready to learn, have hard conversations, discuss ideas, and take radical learning seriously. It was the most inspiring and important conference I have ever been to, and it was a life-changing weekend. I think about the CLPP conference I went to two years ago almost every day, as I learned and grew so much that weekend. I am so excited for this year!"
  • "Every year, I've had my views challenged and my horizons expanded—most importantly, I always leave feeling like I have a huge community and more personal strength to keep fighting."

Don’t miss out on this amazing activist conference! We ask that you register online by April 3 at 11:59pm. so we can properly prepare for your presence at #CLPP2017. (Limited on-site registration is available.) And be sure to check out #CLPP2017 speakers and workshops online.

Looking forward to connecting with you at #CLPP2017 next week! In the meantime, make sure to say hello on Facebook, connect with us on Twitter by using the hashtag #CLPP2017, and tell everyone in your networks about the conference!

In solidarity,

Lucy Trainor, CLPP Associate Director

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Thank you to our sponsors:

Abortion Access Fund, Inc.

Abortion Rights Fund of Western Massachusetts

Advocates for Youth

All-Options

Alliance for Justice

Center for Feminisms at Hampshire College

Center for Genetics and Society

Center for Reproductive Rights

Center on Reproductive Rights and Justice at Berkeley Law

Colorado Organization for Latina Opportunity and Reproductive Rights

Culture, Brain, and Development Program at Hampshire College

Eastern Massachusetts Abortion Fund

Feminist Studies at Hampshire College

Five College Women’s Studies Research Center

Friends of PM Press

Gallagher Family Fund

Gender Spectrum

Gender Studies at Mount Holyoke College

Hampshire College Admissions

Ibis Reproductive Health

Ipas

Jane Fund of Central Massachusetts

Justice Now

Lebrón-Wiggins-Pran Cultural Center at Hampshire College

Massachusetts Affiliate of the American College of Nurse-Midwives

Massachusetts Chapter of the National Organization for Women

NARAL Pro-Choice Massachusetts

National Advocates for Pregnant Women

National Asian Pacific American Women’s Forum

National Latina Institute for Reproductive Health

National Network of Abortion Funds

Nursing Students for Sexual and Reproductive Health

Our Bodies Ourselves

Planned Parenthood Action Fund

Planned Parenthood Advocacy Fund of Massachusetts

Political Research Associates

Praxis Clinical

Program for the Study of Women and Gender at Smith College

Provide

Queer Community Alliance Center at Hampshire College

Religious Coalition for Reproductive Choice

Reproaction

Reproductive Health Access Project

Rosenberg Fund for Children

Sadie Nash Leadership Project

Safe Passage

School of Public Policy at the University of Massachusetts, Amherst

Sea Change Program

Sexuality, Women’s, and Gender Studies at Amherst College

SisterSong Women of Color Reproductive Justice Collective

Spiritual Life at Hampshire College

Survivor Support at Hampshire College

Take Root: Red State Perspectives on Reproductive Justice Conference

Tapestry

The CAIR Project

The Femenist Press at CUNY and Soapbox, Inc.

The Steinem Initiative

Translate Gender

Wellness Center at Hampshire College

Women with a Vision

Women, Gender, Sexuality Studies at the University of Massachusetts, Amherst

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