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When journalists have questions about lawyering for reproductive justice, we answer them!
You’ve seen our folks — as If/When/How and as the SIA Legal Team — in Fast Company, Teen Vogue, VICE, Mother Jones, Glamour, and across the media landscape advocating for the right to self-determine our reproductive lives. If/When/How’s community members, lawyers, law students, and activists have advocated for the end to racial injustice in birth care in the Philadelphia Inquirer, for gender equality for non-binary folks who’ve experienced sexual violence on college campuses in The Lily, and advocated for young people’s access to abortion care in Rewire. And that’s just the tip of the iceberg.
In addition to providing key context, background, and interviews on reproductive justice lawyering, If/When/How’s staff, Fellows, and network members are frequent commentators in opinion and letters sections. We believe that communicating our values and educating the media on RJ issues is an essential part of a much-needed culture shift on reproductive rights, health, and justice.
If you’re a member of the media looking for information and interviews on reproductive justice lawyering, get in touch.
News and Announcements
Announcing a Leadership Change at If/When/How
Dear If/When/How Community, With full hearts, we are writing to share the bittersweet news that Jill E. Adams will be stepping down as If/When/How’s Executive Director at the end of May. Jill has been an instrumental force in the founding and development of multiple organizations and initiatives that comprise If/When/How today, as well as an influential thought leader in the reproductive health,… Read more
The 2022 Writing Prize Winners Are In!
If/When/How, the Center for Reproductive Rights, and the Center on Reproductive Rights and Justice at UC Berkeley School of Law are pleased to announce the winners of the seventeenth annual Writing Prize for New Student Scholarship in Reproductive Rights & Justice. Congratulations! First place: "Willful Disregard: How Ignoring Structural Racism in Maternal Mortality has led Black Women to Become Invisible in Their Own Crisis” by… Read more