The legal right to have an abortion or obtain contraceptive care does not mean much if these rights are inaccessible. The Reproductive Justice Movement is a contemporary movement and a framework coined by 12 visionary Black women in 1994 that centers the voices and concerns of marginalized communities in conversations relating to reproduction, sexuality, and families.

Incorporating a reproductive justice framework to our reproductive health and rights work demands that we dig deeper than a traditional “pro-choice” lens by taking into account the ways in which an individual’s identities, communities, and other systems of oppression may impact access to key reproductive health care services and rights. Learn more about the Reproductive Justice Movement and why we are committed to working alongside communities of color to bring this framework to our existing work.

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Reflecting on the Jewish Rally for Abortion Justice

May 24, 2022
As a young woman, I am frightened by the recent draft Supreme Court opinion that overturns Roe v. Wade. This opinion would abolish 50 years of court precedent that protects our fundamental right to privacy. I am shaken that my ability to make private medical decisions could soon be policed by people who will never experience the circumstances surrounding those decisions.