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One of the keys to securing a future of Reproductive Justice for all women, femmes, girls and gender-expansive people is instilling the skills of advocacy and organizing into the women of the coming generation.

The Next Generation Leadership Institute is a paid two-year fellowship that serves as a formal pipeline for training young students, of all identities, from Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs) to become Reproductive Justice leaders. The Next Generation Leadership Institute trains fellows in several areas:

  • Reproductive Justice
  • Advocacy
  • Leadership
  • Strategic Communications
  • Effective Organizing
  • Public Policy

Meet the 2021 - 2022 Next Generation Fellows

Next Generation News

Our Fellows In Action

Menstrual Products For Middle Schoolers Event Planned By Dillard University Fellows Amaya Ronczyk And Kalaya Sibley.
Menstrual Products For Middle Schoolers Event Planned By Dillard University Fellows Amaya Ronczyk And Kalaya Sibley.

Menstrual Products for Middle Schoolers event planned by Dillard University Fellows Amaya Ronczyk and Kalaya Sibley.

Amaya Ronczyk And Kalaya Sibley Suited Up In Their I AM A VOTER Swag And, Sharing Why They’re Voters With Their Social Media Networks.

Amaya Ronczyk and Kalaya Sibley suited up in their I AM A VOTER swag and, sharing why they’re voters with their social media networks.

Transgender Remembrance Day Candle Vigil, Planned By Hampton University Fellow Amber Wynne.

Transgender Remembrance Day Candle Vigil, planned by Hampton University Fellow Amber Wynne.

On-campus Menstrual Product Giveaway, Hosted By Howard University Fellows Madison Harris And Chanice Lee.

On-campus Menstrual Product Giveaway, hosted by Howard University Fellows Madison Harris and Chanice Lee.

Woman To Woman Event, Hosted By Lincoln University Fellows Nina Clinton And Shalae Matthews.

Woman to Woman event, hosted by Lincoln University Fellows Nina Clinton and Shalae Matthews.

Menstrual Products For Middle Schoolers Event Planned By Dillard University Fellows Amaya Ronczyk And Kalaya Sibley.Amaya Ronczyk And Kalaya Sibley Suited Up In Their I AM A VOTER Swag And, Sharing Why They’re Voters With Their Social Media Networks.Transgender Remembrance Day Candle Vigil, Planned By Hampton University Fellow Amber Wynne.On-campus Menstrual Product Giveaway, Hosted By Howard University Fellows Madison Harris And Chanice Lee.Woman To Woman Event, Hosted By Lincoln University Fellows Nina Clinton And Shalae Matthews.
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