Civil Rights


Jordan’s Blueprint addresses the lack of knowledge and awareness when it comes to reproductive justice and issues in the state of Arizona, as well as the oppressive laws and policies regarding womyn’s rights in the state. She envisions a community empowerment program for womyn and all genders, where dialogue about gender, sex and preferred pronouns is the norm. She hopes that information and resources will be easily available to womyn students regarding their reproductive justice and rights as womyn, and she envisions increased accessibility to basic female health needs and comprehensive sexual education for all youth. Guided by the values of equity, equality and empowerment, her blueprint addresses the constant slut-shaming on campus, lack of awareness and accessibility to reproductive and female health in Tucson, and the need for tolerance and inclusive dialogue on campus, as well as the lack of comprehensive sex-education in the state of Arizona.