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By connecting people and resources across the legal community we can build more collective power to realize reproductive justice for all.
If/When/How believes in collaboration across disciplines, and strives to build strategic partnerships with individuals and organizations at all intersections of reproductive justice. Apply to host an RJ Fellow or receive pro bono legal research – our network of law students and legal professionals are eager to put their skills to work. Or check out our issue briefs to learn more about the legal intersections of many RJ issues. Our resource library is constantly being updated, and we welcome feedback and suggestions on what we should add next.
How can we work together? Contact us if you have an idea for a specific project or collaboration.
Use this event toolkit to help your colleagues understand that racial justice is reproductive justice (and vice versa!) and begin the conversation about power and privilege on your campus and in your community. Read moreEnter Access Code
Overview of reproductive justice issues facing communities of color. Read moreDownload
Updated September 2017! The guide contains listings for legal internships and fellowships at allied non-profit organizations across the country. Each entry includes information about the organization's mission, contact and application information, and details about projects and requirements. Read moreDownload
Overview of reproductive justice issues facing individuals in the military. Read moreDownload
Does your organization need help answering a legal question or obtaining pro bono legal research? If/When/How's Legal Research Initiative (LRI) can help. Read moreDownload
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