Project Heal Us Overview

Project Heal Us activates and prepares fifteen young people of color ages 14-20 from marginalized communities to explore, engage, and expand the work of the reproductive justice movement within their communities. Project HealUs participants build leadership through political education, skill development, and youth-led action through a 10-week curriculum focused on the history of the reproductive just movement, misogyny, reproductive planning, rape culture awareness, compassionate countering strategies and community organizing. 

Project Heal Us launched in Spring 2016. Thank you to the Chicago Foundation for Women's Catalyst Fund for Reproductive Justice and the Crossroads Fund for supporting Project Heal Us!


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