The Pro-Choice Public Education Project The Pro-Choice Public Education Project has tools, information, and resources about reproductive health, rights and justice for young women and the organizations that serve them. What's New at PEP? <div class="text blurb">As we move into 2010, all of us at PEP have been working hard to take advantage of recent organizational changes and increase our ability to raise the voices of young people around reproductive and sexual health and rights. </div> Wed, 28 Sep 2011 19:53:21 -0700 Council Conversations <div class="text blurb">Get to know members of the Young Women's Leadership Council in this regular feature. In this issue, Council members and February News Editors, Myra Duran and Lani Blechman get personal and deep - and maybe even share a little advice.</div> Wed, 28 Sep 2011 19:53:21 -0700 Power of the People <div class="text blurb"> Wed, 28 Sep 2011 19:53:21 -0700 Raise Your Voice...about Immigration! <div class="text blurb">This feature is back! As immigration reform looms on the political horizon, Council is getting a head start on raising up why and how an immigration reform needs to happen now! We hope our visions and experiences will inspire you to raise your voice too</div> Wed, 28 Sep 2011 19:53:21 -0700 Reproductive INjustice: Immigration, Birthing, and the Prison System <div class="text blurb">As immigration becomes increasingly criminalized in the United States and undocumented immigrant women face greater threats of incarceration and state violence, undocumented mothers lose control over their births and bodies.</div> Wed, 28 Sep 2011 19:53:21 -0700 Imagining Reproductive Justice <div class="text blurb">Reproductive justice is not just about words on a piece of paper. It's about imagining and creating. Council is excited to introduce this new feature where we will explore the creative side of Reproductive Justice. In this issue, Adrian Cat Wed, 28 Sep 2011 19:53:21 -0700 Notes from a Departing Council Member <div class="text blurb">I'm grateful to have been a part of the Council, to have worked on the Reproductive Justice Cards and On Our Terms research campaign, and to be a part of a community that I will continually reach back to.</div> Wed, 28 Sep 2011 19:53:21 -0700 Connecting the Dots: Immigrant Rights and Reproductive Justice <div class="text blurb">"Immigrant rights and reproductive justice are intrinsically linked because the reproductive health of immigrant women is profoundly affected by immigration policy." --Jessica Gonzalez-Rojas & Aishia Glasford, National Latina Insititute for Reproductive Health</div> Wed, 28 Sep 2011 19:53:21 -0700