06.11.2020  /   webmaster
By Andrea Grimes, Cammie Dodson, Jessica Goldberg, Jill E. Adams, Kylee Sunderlin, Lauren Paulk, Sara L. Ainsworth, and Shireen Smalley

White people should not need to be asked and invited to dismantle white supremacy again and again; we should be showing up to support Black lives every damn day. We are grateful for the opportunity to learn from #RJ4BlackLives, and we offer the following as more than an invitation to white members of the If/When/How community — we offer this as a call to join us, in two parts.... Read more
06.1.2020  /   webmaster
A statement from the staff of If/When/How: Lawyering for Reproductive Justice.... Read more
10.25.2017  /   If/When/How Staff
Attending the March for Black Women was by far one of the scariest and most rewarding things I’ve ever done. An experience only made possible because I refused to let my fear keep me from participating in a such a historic and significant moment. ... Read more
08.15.2017  /   webmaster
Diamond Raymond, Program Assistant

I feel a need to start this by re-affirming that I do believe in self-care. Self-care is vital and a radical action. As a dark skinned queer black woman who is plus size, working class, with a history of mental illness, when I love myself I set into motion the dismantling of infinite systems of oppression. I will never ask anyone to forsake taking care of themselves, but as of late, I feel the need to demand that others stop requesting my self-care.... Read more