Student at Haverford College, majoring in Anthropology with a concentration in Peace, Justice and Human Rights.
What do you do as a volunteer for the ACLU of Pennsylvania?
I’m an intern at the Clara Bell Duvall Reproductive Freedom Project, and in that role I’ve had a number of different tasks—drafting messaging toolkits on policies that affect reproductive freedom, reaching out to other organizations in the field of reproductive health to tell them about our new campaign, Your Body, Your Rights, and visiting pharmacies in Philadelphia in order to map emergency birth control access.
How long have you volunteered with the ACLU of Pennsylvania?
I began at the end of May, and I’ve interned here throughout the summer!
How did you first get involved with the ACLU of Pennsylvania?
I’ve heard about the ACLU for years and the instrumental role that the organization plays in protecting civil liberties within the United States. When I heard about the Duvall Reproductive Freedom Project within the ACLU, I was amazed by all the work that Duvall has done to protect reproductive rights and wanted to get more involved.
Why is volunteering with the ACLU of Pennsylvania important to you?
Volunteering at the ACLU of Pennsylvania has given me a chance to learn about the many issues that Pennsylvania faces today, while also helping to make a difference in reproductive rights. That’s been a pretty amazing experience!
What civil liberties issue(s) are you most passionate about and why?
I’m most passionate about reproductive freedom, and about overcoming the various barriers that stand between people and access to the health care that they need.
What do you do when you’re not volunteering for the ACLU of Pennsylvania?
When I’m not volunteering at the ACLU of Pennsylvania, I’m a full-time student at Haverford College!
If you are interested in volunteering with the ACLU of Pennsylvania, please visit: aclupa.org/volunteer