Register Now for CLPP's 31st Annual Conference!

"I'm refreshed, renewed, and re-inspired for the work I do."

–2016 Conference Participant

Text reads: "From abortion rights to social justice: building the movement for reproductive freedom. Annual conference for student & community activists. Apr. 7-9, 2017. Hampshire College, Amherst, MA. More than 80 workshops and trainings on topics including: • Abortion Access              • Birth & Families                     • Environmental Justice                         • Media Making                            • Disability Justice                               • Immigrant Rights                             • Red State Organizing                             • Racial Justice                        • Criminalized Communities                  • Politics of Population Control           • Queering Reproductive Justice        • Freedom From Violence      • Economic Justice. Learn, collaborate, get inspired, and build the movement!" CLPP logo and tagline: Civil Liberties and Public Policy. Building the Movement for Reproductive Justice. Background is purple-salmon gradient. There are two images with bright blue backgrounds. One shows Monica Raye Simpson speaking at the mic and smiling. the other shows three conference attendees posing and smiling together.

After the inauguration and the protests across the country, many of us are wondering what comes next. Many of us are working furiously to plan the resistance. We’re ready to build with you.

Longtime activists, students from across the country, newcomers finding their place in the movement—join us to create the world that we need.

Registration for CLPP’s 31st annual conference, From Abortion Rights to Social Justice: Building the Movement for Reproductive Freedom, is now open online!

Join us April 7-9 for a weekend of powerful reproductive justice organizing, strategizing, and making connections with other student and community activists!

Check out the conference vision statement to learn about some of the issues we’ll discuss at the conference, learn more about conference community and accessibility, childcare, transportation and hotels, and more.

We are thrilled for this year’s conference and are grateful for your attendance and support. We hope you join us this April!


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Lucy Trainor

CLPP Associate Director

Support the CLPP conference and make it possible for fierce grassroots activists to attend by becoming a monthly donor to CLPP or signing on to be a sponsor.

Thank you to our current sponsors:

Abortion Access Fund, Inc.

Abortion Rights Fund of Western Massachusetts

Alliance for Justice

Center for Feminisms at Hampshire College

Center for Genetics and Society

Colorado Organization for Latina Opportunity and Reproductive Rights

Culture, Brain, and Development Program at Hampshire College

Eastern Massachusetts Abortion Fund

Feminist Majority Foundation

Feminist Studies at Hampshire College

Five College Women's Studies Research Center

Gender Spectrum

Gender Studies at Mount Holyoke College

Hampshire College Admissions

Jane Fund of Central Massachusetts

Justice Now

Lebrón-Wiggins-Pran Cultural Center at Hampshire College

NARAL Pro-Choice Massachusetts

National Asian Pacific American Women's Forum

National Latina Institute for Reproductive Health

National Network of Abortion Funds


Our Bodies Ourselves

Planned Parenthood Action Fund

Planned Parenthood Advocacy Fund of Massachusetts

Praxis Clinical

Program for the Study of Women and Gender at Smith College


Queer Community Alliance Center at Hampshire College

Sadie Nash Leadership Project

Sea Change Program

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

Spiritual Life at Hampshire College

Survivor Support at Hampshire College

Take Root: Red State Perspectives on Reproductive Justice Conference

Tapestry Health

The CAIR Project

The Feminist 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