Collective Power for Reproductive Justice

Hampshire College has long supported the work of activists and scholars advancing the intersectional human rights frameworks of the reproductive justice movement. Collective Power (formerly the Civil Liberties and Public Policy Program) was launched at Hampshire in 1981 to mobilize young people to participate in the reproductive rights movement and has fostered generations of activists; the Five Colleges Reproductive Health, Rights and Justice Program emerged from this work.
Combining education and activism in the areas of sexual and reproductive health and rights, Collective Power offers paid summer internships for undergraduates with activist groups around the country, student-led workshops, and conference organizing through a Five College student group, an annual conference for student and community activists, and community-engaged learning activities.

Learn more about these programs and get involved.