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Kimberly Irish

Kimberly Irish was a 2008-2009 Fellow
with the Women’s Policy Institute, a program of the Women’s Foundation
of California. She also serves on the board of directors of the Good
Ol’ Girls and Human Rights Advocates, and founded the San Francisco Bay Area Chapter of the Younger Women’s Task Force.

Kim graduated with honors from
the University of California, Davis, in 2001 with Bachelor of Arts
degrees in Comparative Literature and Spanish. She earned her J.D. from
the University of San Francisco School of Law in 2006.

Irish also worked as the Program Director of Law Students for Reproductive Justice.


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California Considers Law to Aid Young Parents Living in Prison

Kimberly Irish

California’s legislature recently considered a bill that was at once both straightforward and groundbreaking. A simple adjustment to the state Welfare and Institutions Code would assist incarcerated youth with children of their own in being more effective parents, which would be a huge victory for reproductive justice advocates. SB 134 would achieve this by expanding the list of approved persons incarcerated young parents may contact regarding their children’s care while they are detained in state and county juvenile facilities.

Empowering New Reproductive Justice Leaders

Kimberly Irish

Law Students for Reproductive Justice (LSRJ) provides members with education and training to become confident chapter leaders. That's just what we accomplished at our second annual Leadership Institute, entitled “Justice Doesn't Just Happen.”

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