“can be earned by any student who completes 6 classes in reproductive justice issues”
The “five college” system in western Massachusetts is made up of UMass, Hampshire, etc. They are offering this certificate which is obviously all about the advancement of abortion.
Campus Reform reports:
Colleges offer certificate focused on abortion rights
Five Massachusetts colleges offer students the ability to earn a certificate in “reproductive justice,” the progressive euphemism for abortion rights.
The program is offered throughout the Five College Consortium, which includes Smith College, Hampshire College, and the University of Massachusetts-Amherst.
The “Reproductive Health, Rights, and Justice Certificate” can be earned by any student who completes 6 classes in reproductive justice issues, such as “Feminist Health Politics,” “The Ethics of Having Children,” and “Women’s Medical Issues.”
Though the certificate description notes that abortion access is one of many reproductive health issues, recent graduate Sarah Flores Shannon told Campus Reform that abortion access is the most prominent underlying theme of the program.
Shannon graduated last spring from Smith College with a degree in Anthropology, and was the very first student to earn the reproductive justice certificate. In the program, Shannon said she learned that justice refers to “the right to have a child, the right to not have a child, and the right to parent your child in a safe and healthy environment.”
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