Contraception

Mar 10

Mobilize: An Interview with Katrina Lipinsky

Katrina Lipinsky is a midwifery student at the University of Pennsylvania and co-leader of RHAP’s Philadelphia Cluster. When did you start organizing? My undergraduate degree is in Public & Community Service, which is interesting because I went to a conservative Catholic institution. However, because of this – or perhaps in spite of this – I…

Mar 10

Support: Abortion in Primary Care

The ability to provide abortion care requires more than just being trained. RHAP also works with health centers and clinicians to help them navigate the logistical, bureaucratic, and legislative challenges that come with offering this care. We help them figure out how to schedule appointments, make sure their medical records are set up correctly, that…

Mar 10

Train: Spotlight on a RHAP Fellow

Jaquelyn Yeh, MD is RHAP’s Reproductive Health Care and Advocacy Fellow in Washington State. I was a medical student who loved every rotation – I didn’t know what I wanted to focus on, but I knew connecting and developing relationships with patients was really important for me. I knew Family Medicine was the specialty for…

Jan 21

RHAP is Growing!

2019 brought exciting changes and growth to the Reproductive Health Access Project and we are thrilled to announce the team members that joined us this fall. Lily Trotta earned her B.S. in Media, Culture, and Communication at New York University, where she also minored in Creative Writing. Her introduction to advocacy was sparked by her…

Jan 08

End of Year Fundraising Success

Thanks to over 230 supporters, we raised more than $115,000 for our year-end campaign! Your support and the impact it has on clinicians and patients keep us inspired. Thank you for helping us raise our voices for reproductive health care and committing to expand access to reproductive health care. RHAP will now be able to…

Dec 17

Let’s Talk About Sex with Sister Song

A report-back from Organizer Hailey Broughton-Jones   “Justice is not a noun, justice is a verb.” – Activist and Politician, Stacey Abrams, LTAS 2019 Keynote Speaker   In October, I had the pleasure of attending Sister Song’s Let’s Talk About Sex Reproductive Justice Conference in Atlanta, GA. Let’s Talk About Sex (LTAS) is the largest…