Tag Archives: #CLPP2012

CLPP 2012: Our Bodies are Beautiful, Our Bodies are Political

TweetWhat do a teenaged sex ed advocate, the executive director of an FGM advocacy organization, and a self-identified fat writer and activist have in common? More than first meets the eye, I learned at the 2012 CLPP Conference. They are all activists advancing sexual freedom and challenged media culture by sharing stories and building community. [...]
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CLPP 2012: 6 things you didn’t know about the 2012 presidential election

TweetWhat’s the deal with the 2012 presidential election? In the CLPP session “2012 Elections: Representing Our Communities” a stellar panel of advocates and policy makers came together to answer that very question. They talked about where things are at with elections in the U.S., where they are going, and how we can continue to work to [...]
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Snapped at CLPP: Fashion at the 2012 conference

TweetAs you all know, Eesha and I were blogging from this year’s Civil Liberties and Public Policy Program Conference, “From Abortion Rights to Social Justice” at Hampshire College. So far, we’ve covered lots of Important Issues like colonization and colonialism. Follow the CLPP2012 tag to view all our posts. But while I was struck by the high-quality [...]
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From Abortion Rights to Reproductive Justice Conference 2012

Tweet Once again, Feministing is partnering with the Civil Liberties and Public Policy Conference, From Abortion Rights to Social Justice: Building the Movement for Reproductive Freedom, which will be held next weekend, April 13th-15th at Hampshire College. We should really thank Republicans for making this conference even more relevant and urgent than it usually is. [...]
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