Discover what one alum says about CLPP

Like you, we are deeply concerned for reproductive justice and the safety of our communities. We stand with those who are most vulnerable and will continue fighting to create a more just world. CLPP's inspiring, fierce students and alums give us reason to be hopeful for the future. Their voices, their actions, and their leadership are vital—now more than ever.

From leadership programs to an activist conference to summer internships, CLPP is educating, inspiring and training rising young activists who are working on the front lines of reproductive justice.

Meet one of our 16,000 alums:

Senti Sojwal is smiling and looking into the camera. Pink-text quote reads: "CLPP led me to my political home in the reproductive justice movement. It’s where I began to find my voice as a feminist of color, give language to my experiences as a woman and immigrant, and found my first true activist space of solidarity and intentionality. I’ve carried these lessons of intersectional activism and effective organizing into every aspect of my career as a feminist advocate, and I continue to be inspired by the groundbreaking work of the people and organizations I met through CLPP!” Underneath, text reads: "Name: Senti Sojwal CLPP Alum: Student Group 2011, 2012;  NLNI 2013, 2014; Conference Speaker 2013, 2014; PopDev Fellow 2013-2014  Now: I’m the outreach and communications coordinator at Sakhi for South Asian Women, a leading NYC-based domestic violence and sexual assault advocacy organization that supports immigrant survivors through culturally competent direct service provision and education. My work centers on community engagement and awareness building around issues of gender-based violence, sexuality, consent, and female empowerment. Along with my work at Sakhi, I’m a columnist at Feministing.com and a member of the National Organization for Women’s Activist Alliance (class of 2016), which organizes feminist events and workshops around New York City."

CLPP alums are bending history, striking down injustice, shaking the world. Many of them continue to courageously and tirelessly fight for reproductive justice throughout their careers.

They are strong, smart, and accomplished. And they are changing lives.

We believe in this future. Join CLPP in creating a cascade of change: Invest in the Sentis of tomorrow.

In hope and solidarity,

MiaAmyMarlene
Mia Kim SullivanAmy CryselMarlene Gerber Fried
CLPP Co-DirectorCLPP Co-DirectorCLPP Faculty Director

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