CWPE has developed a broad clearinghouse of articles, fact sheets, and educational materials shedding light on interconnected issues such as population control, reproductive justice, environmental justice, immigrant rights, global poverty, and militarization.

Most of these resources are free and can be viewed here on our website or downloaded as an Adobe Acrobat file. You can download Adobe Acrobat reader for free.

If you would like to order hard copies of any of these materials, please contact us!


A call for a new approach to environmental justice that integrates reproductive and immigrant rights.


Explores the anti-immigrant forces in “environmental preservation” groups, also called “the greening of hate.”

Militarization, Criminalization, & Surveillance

Identifies how population control is supported through state violence, the military industrial complex, mass criminalization, and surveillance.

Politics of the International Women’s Movement

Reveals the critical organizing and scholarship of women all over the world working for reproductive self-determination and economic justice.

Population Control

Challenges the dominant representations of population and integrates issues of political and economic causes of poverty, environmental degradation, and conflict such as the legacy of colonialism, militarism and corporate greed.

Poverty, Globalization, & Development

Perspectives on the connections between global capitalism and efforts to control populations of poor people, in the U.S. and abroad.

Women's Health & Reproductive Technologies

Articles & materials on sterilization abuse, sex selection, and dangerous contraceptives.

Community Education Tools

Download and order accessible materials you can use with people most targeted by population control policies.


A list of organizations doing vital work.


Information about how to order groundbreaking CWPE publications such as “Dangerous Intersections: Feminist Perspectives on Population, Environment, & Development,” and “Policing the National Body: Race, Gender, & Criminalization”.

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