Hampshire College893 West StreetAmherst, MA 01002-5001phone: firstname.lastname@example.org://clpp.hampshire.eduAmy Crysel
Director of Operations and Finance
Cora Fernandez Anderson
Adjunct Faculty, Spring 2011
Marlene Gerber Fried
Mia Kim Sullivan
Student Assistants: Spring 2011Anna SaegerCourtney HooksEmily RyanLeticia ContrerasLindy ThomasMorgan DrewnianyPeter GuillenSara BerkWill Delphia
CLPP is supported by Hampshire College,individual donors, and the followingfoundations:
30th Anniversary FundAnderson-Rogers FoundationAnonymousRobert Sterling Clark FoundationThe Educational Foundation of AmericaThe Ford FoundationGallagher Family FundThe General Service FoundationThe George Gund FoundationThe Moriah FundMs. Foundation for WomenThe Overbrook FoundationThe David and Lucile Packard FoundationThe Mary Wohlford Foundation
It’s our 30th anniversary—and you are part of our story.
Since 1981, we havebeen building a movement for reproductive freedom through our annual conference,RRASC summer internships, New Leadership Networking Initiative (NLNI) meetingsand leadership institutes, National Young Women’s Day of Action, PopDev Populationin Perspective curriculum, PopDev DifferenTakes issue papers, convenings,collaborations, college classes and Div IIIs, and so much more.Help us launch our fourth decade by contributing to our 30th Anniversary Blog, anonline memoir that celebrates our collective leadership and strength. Tell us a story.Share a memory. Write your vision. Upload a picture. Share how participating withCLPP and PopDev over the years has helped build your leadership for reproductive justice and social change.How you can get involved:
Make sure to check the blog regularly, like us on Facebook, and follow
on Twitter to hear stories from others who have also connected in activism throughand with CLPP and PopDev.CLPP is a national reproductive rights and justice organization dedicated to educating,mentoring, and inspiring new generations of advocates, leaders, and supporters.Combining activism, organizing, leadership training, and reproductive rights movementbuilding, CLPP promotes an inclusive agenda that advances reproductive rights andhealth, and social and economic justice.
CLPP Student Activist Group
The CLPP student group consists of young acvists from the 5 Colleges and broader communitywho want to develop their skills to organize for reproducve and social jusce. The CLPP studentgroup runs “Acvist 101” trainings and is the driving force behind the annual acvist conference.
Annual Reproductive Justice Conference
CLPP’s annual conference for student and community acvists,
From Aboron Rights to Social Jusce: Building the Movement for Reproducve Freedom
, connects people to organizaons andcampaigns locally, naonally, and internaonally, and provides them with informaon, analysis,and “how-to” organizing to bring back to their own campuses and communies. Join us next year,
April 13-15, 2012
RRASC Summer Internship Program
The Reproducve Rights Acvist Service Corps is a naonal program that supports the leadershipdevelopment of local students interested in connecng their academic studies to reproducverights and social jusce acvism.
New Leadership Networking Initiative (NLNI)
NLNI is a training and leadership-building network for new and emerging acvists. NLNI memberswork at a wide range of reproducve rights and social jusce organizaons and, throughparcipaon in the network, create new relaonships and collaboraons that are energizing andexpanding the movement.
— The Civil Liberties and Public Policy Program
WHAT IS THE CIVIL LIBERTIES ANDPUBLIC POLICY PROGRAM (CLPP)?
FROM 1981 TO TOMORROW: