Projects and Initiatives

CRRJ provides members of the UC Berkeley campus and of the broader community opportunities to engage, study, write, and gather.  We are working on a variety of projects that are at various stages of development. 


Facilitated bi-weekly interdisciplinary meeting of students, researchers, faculty, and community members deepen their understanding of reproductive justice and develop practical ideas for integrating it into their research and practice - enter here


To be offered next during 2014-2015 academic year
Invitation-only roundtable for scholars, advocates, and graduate students working toward publication in peer-reviewed journals


To be offered next Spring 2014
The Future of Reproductive Rights:  Doctrine and Discourse
Multidisciplinary approach to teaching law and graduate students the legal and social history of reproductive rights and justice


Featuring fresh ideas from the legal and social science academy, as well as on-the-ground strategists and advocates


October 4, 2013
Speech, Symbols, and Substantial Obstacles:  The Doing and “Undue”ing of Abortion Law since Casey – daylong program will bring together a range of scholars and practitioners from various disciplines to examine the impacts, broadly understood, of how current law in the United States constitutes and regulates abortion.


To be released 2014
First comprehensive legal text on reproductive rights law and justice issues that can be used by instructors and students for classroom learning or independent study


Available now
An invited submission on reproductive justice by Zakiya Luna and Kristin Luker for 2013 volume of the Annual Review of Law and the Social Sciences. Download your free copy here.


Available now
Online, searchable catalogue of annotated resources illuminating the foundations and growing edges of the reproductive justice framework – enter here