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Jun 16

Join us in celebrating Pride!

This month we come together in celebration of Pride! Pride month, hosted each year in June, honors the dynamic and resilient LGBTQIA+ community and commemorates the 1969 Stonewall riots – a night of resistance foundational to the modern-day gay liberation movement. While June is a period for celebration, community, and love, we also recognize the barriers that…

Jun 02

Fund the Fellowship

Did you know that fewer than 6% of family medicine residency programs provide training in comprehensive reproductive health care? This means most people can’t see their primary care provider for basic health services like contraception and early pregnancy loss care. RHAP’s Reproductive Health Care and Advocacy Fellowship helps fill this gap in clinical education. The…

May 14

Updated Birth Control Poster!

 RHAP has been making changes to our contraception resources. This project started with our Birth Control Choices Fact Sheet. We moved away from using efficacy as our organizing principle and focused on presenting the critical information, using unbiased language, and organizing the methods alphabetically. You will start to notice these changes in all of our…

May 04

Help Train More Clinicians

Let’s say you needed contraception, abortion care, or early pregnancy loss care… Shouldn’t your regular health care provider be able to provide reproductive health care as easily as a physical? Nearly every county in every state has a primary care clinician who could provide this care. Then why is reproductive health care training, in particular…

Apr 23

Black Lives Matter

The Reproductive Health Access Project condemns the recent murder of Daunte Wright, a Black man in Minnesota who was shot and killed by police on Sunday, April 11, 2021. Daunte Wright leaves behind his parents, Katie and Aubrey Wright, and his son, Daunte Jr. State sanctioned police violence has once again taken another Black parent and…

Apr 21

Breaking News: FDA (again) Lifts Unnecessary Restrictions on Mifepristone during the Pandemic!

  On April 12th, the FDA submitted a letter to the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists (ACOG) stating that the FDA has suspended restrictions on mifepristone that require patients to come to the clinic in person to receive the medication for the duration of the COVID-19 public health emergency. Mifepristone, which is one of the medications used in…

Mar 31

Celebrating Linda Prine’s Legacy

Dr. Linda Prine will be retiring from the Reproductive Health Access Project at the end of the month. As a co-founder and our Medical Director, Linda played a pivotal role in the development of our organization and she has been a teacher, mentor, leader, and source of inspiration to many. While Linda isn’t leaving this…

Mar 24

We’re Hiring! 

We’re hiring! The Reproductive Health Access Project is seeking a remote part-time Spring Development Intern to join our team. Supporting the work of a small but busy organization, this position will play a key role in ensuring that RHAP meets its short and long-term strategic goals. Through our national organizing and mobilizing, we are building…