Thank You to the Hampshire Community

conference 2012

All of us at CLPP and PopDev are so glad to take this moment to express our extreme gratitude for being a part of the Hampshire College community.

A little over two weeks ago, we held our 26th annual conference, From Abortion Rights to Social Justice: Building the Movement for Reproductive Freedom. On April 13-15, over 1,100 activists from across the U.S. and the world joined us on our campus to build a stronger movement for reproductive and social justice.

And we couldn't have convened such a hugely successful event without the support and generosity of the entire Hampshire College community. For this, we thank you!

Over the conference weekend (and for many weeks leading up to it!), CLPP and PopDev staff and students worked with countless departments, offices, student groups, building managers, staff, students, and faculty to plan for the conference. Everyone on campus shared space with conference participants graciously over the conference weekend.

Many of our key campus supporters include Event Services, Student Life, Student Leadership Center, Physical Plant, Art Barn Faculty and Staff, Liebling Faculty and Staff, President's Office, Merrill House Office, Dakin House Office, Spiritual Life, Cultural Center, Media Services, Center for Feminisms, Backrub Club, Sodexho, Queer Community Alliance, Business Office, Alumni and Family Relations, Feminist Studies, Community Partnerships for Social Change, School of Critical Social Inquiry, and many, many more students, staff, and faculty across campus.

To everyone in the Hampshire College community, I want to take one more opportunity to say "Thank you!" We couldn't do it without you.

Lani Blechman, CLPP Conference and Student Programs Coordinator
and all of the students, staff, faculty at CLPP & PopDev

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