Tag Archives: Conferences

CLPP 2011: 30 years of reproductive freedom

TweetThis guest post is part of Feministing’s collaboration with the 2011 Civil Liberties and Public Policy Conference, From Abortion Rights to Social Justice: Building the Movement for Reproductive Freedom. The conference is this weekend and Jos and Lori will be there representing Feministing and posting about the conference here. Stay tuned for more! Register now [...]
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Coming out in the CLPP Reproductive Justice Conference student group

Tweet Feministing is again partnering with the Civil Liberties and Public Policy Program (CLPP) for their annual reproductive justice conference. This is a cross-post with CLPP’s 30th Anniversary Blog. CLPP’s focus on memories from the past 30 years has had me thinking about what the the conference meant to me personally. Last year I wrote [...]
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30th Anniversary CLPP Conference: From Abortion Rights to Social Justice

Tweet This year, Feministing is again partnering with the Civil Liberties and Public Policy Program at Hampshire College for their amazing reproductive justice conference. We’ll be writing a bit about the conference here in advance, and then two Feministing folks will be there liveblogging from the conference itself. The conference is being held April 8-10, [...]
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Creating Change 2011

Tweet Next week is the annual National Gay and Lesbian Task Force’s annual conference, Creating Change. This year it’s being hosted in Minneapolis, MN from February 2-6, 2011. It’s an incredible meet-up of LGBTQAI activists from around the country and I’ll be heading there again this year. The first time I went to the conference, [...]
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Canada’s first ever conference on weight-based discrimination

TweetYesterday in Toronto, doctors, public health policymakers, government representatives, educators and activists gathered for Canada’s first ever conference on weight discrimination. The First Annual Canadian Conference on Weight Bias and Discrimination calls it “the last socially acceptable form of discrimination,” which I do not agree with in the slightest – there are many remaining socially [...]
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