Susana Sanchez


CLPP Conference Attendees Take a Stand Against Attacks on Women

Last weekend, The Civil Liberties & Public Policy program (CLPP) had the 30th anniversary of its annual conference. CLPP is a national reproductive rights and justice organization dedicated to educating, mentoring, and inspiring new generations of advocates, leaders, and supporters. … Continued


Reproductive Agents: The Right-Wing Vilification of Immigrant Women’s Fertility

The Population and Development Program at Hampshire University released its spring 2011 DifferenTakes journal.  The journal focuses on the anti-immigrant movement and the greening of hate, and includes a piece written by Hampshire College student and Imagine 2050 writer Susana … Continued


Arizona’s Anti-Immigrant Bills Promote Violence Against Immigrant Women and Their Families

By Susana Sanchez Many of Arizona’s legislators are convinced that harsh anti-immigrant bills would push undocumented immigrants out of Arizona. Instead of encouraging immigrants to leave, the latest anti-immigrant bills are attacking immigrant women and their families. This week, Arizona’s … Continued


Attacks on 14th Amendment are attacks on immigrant women

by Susana Sanchez Lawmakers are wrong to try to dismantle the 14th Amendment. This effort is an attack on Latinas, and on the reproductive rights of Latina immigrants. Lawmakers from 14 states—including Alabama, Arizona, Delaware, Idaho, Indiana, Michigan, Mississippi, Montana, … Continued