Em-URGE-ing Voices

Condoms, Cookies, and Justice!

The Claremont College chapter knows how to bring people out! Goodies from a showing of the film “Trust Black Women.”

Bowling Green Creates Change on Campus

They have highlighted the effect of abortion restrictions on students through several articles and letters to the editor in their student newspaper. When an anti-choice organization set up shop on campus, they held a counter protest and education rally.

Stanford Brings Loretta Ross to Campus!

The Choice USA affiliate chapter at Stanford hosted a dinner and a talk by Loretta Ross, a co-founder and the National Coordinator of the SisterSong Women of Color Reproductive Justice Collective from 2005-2012. Over 90 people attended the conversation focused on the basics of reproductive justice, population control and white supremacy. The event was cosponsored by the Stanford NAACP, the Stanford Black Pre-Medical Society, the Stanford Black Student Union, the Women’s Community Center, the Program in Feminist, Gender, and Sexuality Studies, and the Department of History. Over

New Chapter at Sac State Get Campus Recognition

One of our newest chapters – California State University at Sacramento – has attracted the attention of folks on campus. Click here to read the story about them in the campus newspaper.

CSULB Works to Change Their Sexual Health Services

In evaluating the services in the campus health center, they found major gaps in resources for LGBTQ students. Chapter members worked with the center to get cultural competency training for health center staff.

Alabama Acts to Block Anti-Choice Laws

On April 2, students held an event to lobby their state legislators, asking them to oppose the new TRAP laws moving through the legislature. The chapter’s leader, Amanda, spoke specifically about the impact of these laws on young people.

FSU Hosts Event to Fight Rape Culture

  Our Florida State chapter held an event to speak out against the problem of rape culture on campus. This event was one of many on campus for the annual Rape Awareness Week. Read more about the event in the school newspaper.