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Nov 15

Peer to Peer (P2P) Fundraising Launch

Silpa Srinivasulu and Linda Prine both started Facebook birthday fundraising campaigns to benefit the Reproductive Health Access Project, asking their friends to support us for their birthdays! Together they raised a total of $2,161 for RHAP. Thank you Silpa and Linda!!!  Would you like to fundraise for RHAP? We just launched our own tools so that…

Nov 13

Native American Heritage Month

November was declared Native American Heritage Month in 1990. However, the fight for the celebration and national recognition of Native Americans’ and Alaskan Natives’ history, culture, and traditions began decades beforehand. Dr. Arthur C. Parker, historian and member of the Seneca Nation, was one of the early proponents of “American Indian Day.” During the early…

Nov 21

New Interns!

RHAP values the work that our interns do to contribute to our mission of making reproductive health care accessible to all. We are fortunate to have two amazing women join our team this fall! Kallie McLoughlin is a recent graduate of Clark University where she majored in Political Science.  Her passion for reproductive justice was…

Nov 14

Reflections on Reproductive Justice and Leadership Development

Natalie Kopke, Program Associate Naomi (RHAP’s Operations Associate) and I were invited to attend the New Leadership Network Initiative (NLNI), a project of CLPP, a reproductive justice-focused organization working to educate, train, and support new and old activists in pushing for reproductive rights, freedom, and justice for all. This year, NLNI was held as a pre-conference to SisterSong’s 20th Anniversary conference,…

Jul 06

RHAP Welcomes Two New Members to Our Team!

The Reproductive Health Access Project has had the wonderful opportunity to expand our team by two! With our new program associate and Reproductive Rights Activist Service Corps (RRASC) summer intern,  RHAP’s ability to approach and fulfill our mission is growing in both capacity and experience. Get to know our new team members: Natalie Kopke, Program…

May 09

RHAP Presents at #CLPP2017!

On April 7-9th, RHAP (staff, interns, and fellows) attended the Civil Liberties and Public Policy (CLPP) Conference at Hampshire College. The conference’s theme, “From Abortion Rights to Social Justice: Building the Movement for Reproductive Freedom,” allowed veterans in the movement to create safe spaces for rising activists to share experiences and grow together as the…

Nov 07

Reflections on the NLNI Fall 2016 Meeting

Laura Riker, RHAP Program Manager Naomi (RHAP’s Operations Associate) and I were able to attend the New Leadership Network Initiative (NLNI), a project of CLPP, a reproductive-justice focused organization. Reproductive justice holds that everyone should have the social, political, and economic power and resources to make their own decisions about their gender, bodies, and sexuality…

Nov 01

Welcome to RHAP: Rosanna Montilla-Payano

In October we welcomed Rosanna Montilla-Payano, RHAP’s Development Officer, as the newest member of the RHAP team. Rosanna’s passion for social justice, in particular issues of health care, education, women’s rights, and philanthropy make her an excellent match for our growing organization. Prior to joining the Reproductive Health Access Project, Rosanna worked as a Development…

Oct 18

Honoring Dr. Linda Prine

This fall our medical director Dr. Linda Prine is receiving two major awards that recognize her achievements as a teacher, mentor, and advocate. On October 31st the Community Health Center Association of New York State will honor Dr. Prine with the Catherine Abate Memorial Award. Catherine Abate, like Linda Prine, is known as a beloved…