"Shodhini" is Sanskrit for female researcher. We are inspired by the Shodhini's of India who wrote the book "Touch Me, Touch Me Not." We are a growing network of healers, bodyworkers, transmen, masculine of center womyn, doulas, midwives, nutritionists, yoginis, scholars and sheroes out to revolutionize the face of Western medicine regarding our bodies, minds, and spirits. Join us!
April 12-14: annual Civil Liberties & Public Policy Conference
2013 CLPP Conference:
From Abortion Rights to Social Justice
- Building the Movement for Reproductive Freedom -
Friday, April 12th - Sunday, April 14th
Hampshire College - Amherst, MA
FOR STUDENTS AND COMMUNITY ACTIVISTS
CLPP’s annual conference connects activists from across the U.S. and internationally to build a stronger movement for reproductive justice and social change. We support intergenerational dialogue, encourage youth leadership, and foster cross-movement collaborations. Through plenaries, workshops, panels, and trainings, speakers will highlight successful examples of activism and illuminate how struggles for reproductive and sexual rights are intricately linked to movements for economic, social, gender, and environmental justice.
"The conference is the most wonderful space that exists anywhere. It is so valuable and I learn new things every year.” - 2012 participant