What are you wishing for in 2017?

2017: wishing for love, hope, strength, courage... and reproductive justice for all!

JOIN US IN NAMING OUR WISHES FOR A RADICALLY DIFFERENT WORLD. CLPP IS WISHING...

...that young people are able to stay resilient and find joy and community while organizing in hostile environments. —JOHANNA

...for an end to deportations. —MATEO

...for safety, warmth, and protection for the protesters at Standing Rock. —TERESA

...for all middle and high schools to be supportive, inclusive communities for LGBTQ youth. —SUSAN C.

...that we continue to hold the vision and fight for a future where there is reproductive health, rights and justice for all. —MARLENE

...for strength and hope for all of us to do this work, and to believe in another future. —MIA

...that, as we do the work of survival, we tend to expansive dreams for the future as our guiding light. —ADRIAN

...that all families welcoming new babies have ample postpartum support from their community, especially paid parental leave. —LUCY

...for RJ activists to move forward energized by community and supported by compassion and strength. —AMANDA

...that every baby is born free from both state incarceration as well as societal subjugation. —SUSAN

WHAT ARE YOU WISHING FOR IN THE NEW YEAR?

Let us know! Share a photo of yourself with your wish for a more just 2017 on Twitter or Instagram! Use the hashtag #CLPP2017 in your post.

(If you'd rather not share a photo, that's OK! You could share a drawing, or simply tweet your wish without images.)

We are ready to create with you the world that we all need. Check out the full, stunning array of our dreams across the #CLPP2017 social media wall.

HAPPY NEW YEAR!

In the face of deep concerns about human rights threats and the safety of our communities, CLPP's inspiring, fierce students and alums give us reason to be hopeful.

Their voices, their actions, and their leadership are vital. These passionate, determined activists are the change we need now and our hope for tomorrow. 

WITH LOVE AND SOLIDARITY,

ALL OF US AT CLPP

Susan, Amanda, Teresa, Marlene, Susan, Amy, Valerie, Adrian, Mateo, Lucy, Johanna, Mia