Toolkit for Being the Best Advocate EVER During the Trump Presidency

RHIG presents your activist toolkit. We’ve outlined a number of actions you can take, both big and small, that will make a real difference (even if you live in the progressive bastion that is California).

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Some thoughts on the recent election.

In response to the 2016 presidential election results, Jasmine Uysal and Caitlin O’Connor, Co-Presidents for the UCLA Reproductive Health Interest Group (RHIG), issue the following statement: “The UCLA Reproductive Health Interest Group (RHIG) is deeply concerned by the result of this election. President-elect Donald Trump and Vice President Mike Pence have pledged to pursue oppressive … Continue reading Some thoughts on the recent election.

UPCOMING FILM SCREENING: NO MAS BEBES PREMIERE AT UCLA

Please join the Reproductive Health Interest Group (RHIG) and on campus sponsors for the UCLA premiere of No Mas Bebes. This important film documents the stories of Mexican immigrant women who were victims of forced sterilization in the 1970’s & 80s and highlights the reproductive injustice many Latino and immigrant populations have faced. After the … Continue reading UPCOMING FILM SCREENING: NO MAS BEBES PREMIERE AT UCLA

RHIG Partners with YES! (The Youth Empowerment and Support Program) to Deliver Motivational & Life Skills Programming for Vulnerable Youth in Venice, CA

The Youth Empowerment & Support Program (YES!) is partnering with the Reproductive Health Interest Group (RHIG) to provide educational programming for underprivileged youth in Venice, California. Operating out of Safe Place for Youth – Venice, The YES! Team will deliver engaging and interactive course content focused on providing youth with innovative job and life skills … Continue reading RHIG Partners with YES! (The Youth Empowerment and Support Program) to Deliver Motivational & Life Skills Programming for Vulnerable Youth in Venice, CA