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Protecting access to abortion is our heart’s work. The Reproductive Justice movement is committed to ensuring abortion access remains legal and safe so that birthing parents maintain the right and bodily autonomy to decide if and when they wish to start a family.

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Supporting Black birthing people’s healthcare is vital to our mission. In addition to deciding if and when to start a family, Black women deserve pregnancy and birthing equity. In the US, Black women are 3 times as likely to die from pregnancy-related causes than white women, statistics that are directly related to systemic racism and unconscious bias.


Gender-Based Violence includes physical, mental, emotional, sexual, and financial abuse, coercion into or restrictions from activities or participation in community, education, and other activities. We want to eradicate this form of violence and oppression by dismantling the institutions that hold it up, including racism and sexism.

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Environmental Justice is inextricably linked to Reproductive Justice. We recognize that Black communities are being directly harmed by environmental policy and the structural racism that has shaped it. We support Black women and gender-expansive folx who are making major contributions to their communities in the field of Environmental Justice.


The LGBTQIA+ community continues to struggle in our drastically divided political climate. We honor those who struggle to feel seen and valid while rights are being stripped away and existence feels dangerous. We support queer and trans joy, and work tirelessly to promote equality for our LGBTQIA+ communities.


Black voters have historically and systematically been restricted from exercising their right to vote. We adamantly believe that when Black communities are educated in elections that affect them, how to register to vote, and how to participate, that they will make decisions that are informed and best for their community and their kin. Through these efforts, we hope to develop leaders on the ground who will stand with us to further Black political engagement.

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