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Black Organizing

The PPSENFL Black Organizing Program aims to build community and increase communal, political and social power of those most marginalized through mobilization - taking action regarding sexual liberation, healing and combating oppressive systems. In order for us to reach our shared mission of care no matter what, we must deeply engage the Black community by developing a strong, integrated volunteer infrastructure that shifts power in this moment while meeting urgent needs for intersectional communities.

Program Goals

Increase black engagement and awareness of issues that disproportionately affect black folks through original programming

Build a powerful movement within the survivor justice space and queer people of color (QPOC) space by diversifying resources and expanding  access to this community

Create a tangible representation of expanding access to marginalized communities by uplifting and partnering with on the ground work led by QPOC community members and/or organizations.

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Tell us how reproductive rights have impacted your life. Your story is powerful!

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Historic Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs)

Planned Parenthood Generation Action are campus organizations which educate and mobilize students and youth in support of reproductive health and rights. The BOP program prioratized bringing these important groups to HBCUs and institutions with large communities of Black students.

FAMU Generation Action

When you join our Generation Action chapter, you join a network of young activists across the country!

New Chapter on Your Campus

Interested in bringing Generation Action to your campus?

FAMU Fellowship

The FAMU Fellow works closely with the Tallahassee Organizer and the Black Organizing Program Manager to develop on-campus programming with Generation Action, support studdent members in campus planning, collect new membership, utilize volunteer tracking and social media to recruit new membership, and develop leaders for the future Generation Action.

Meet the BOP Manager

Diamond L. Delancy (she/her/hers) is a queer, black woman and holds herself accountble to the liberation of those communities in which she identifies in and answers the reproductive justice call to come together, dream and create a movement with the ability to win freedom for all oppressed people. Her career and lived experiences have provided her with the avenues to comfortably and creatively foster and facilitate learning and discussions surrounding social justice issues, oppression and intersections of identity. She comes to this work with a shared vision to build an equitable, sustainable and inclusive movement that centers those who are most impacted, protects and expands avenues for access to care, and attains reproductive freedom for all