The Fight for Reproductive Freedom: Spring 2013


In this newsletter:

By Valentina Forte-Hernandez, Hampshire College

I walked into the Civil Liberties and Public Policy office one Wednesday to start my day of work when I saw a co-worker looking at a picture of a crying baby. Next to the baby were words that read, “Honestly mom…chances are he won’t stay with you. What happens to me?”  Read More >>

By April Dunlop, Hampshire College

To not have children and act thoughtfully towards the Earth are perfectly valid life decisions on their own, but claiming that not having kids is the best thing we can do for the health of the planet threatens reproductive rights and climate justice. Read More >>

By Leticia Contreras, CLPP Communications Assistant

Leticia Contreras interviews Cyre√© about hir RRASC internship with Women With a Vision, femme visibility, the struggle of living in an ablelist world, and what being a political black, high femme, lesbian means to hir.  Read More >>



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