Attacks on reproductive rights and health disproportionately impact Black people and their communities. Our Black Organizing Program focuses specifically on reproductive justice activism by and for Black communities.
Our theory of change: If we support and uplift the political and social power of Black communities through advocacy, organizing, education, and resource distribution, then we will build an equitable, sustainable, and inclusive movement that centers those who are most impacted, protects and expands avenues for access to care, and attains reproductive freedom for all.
Our dynamic, statewide programming includes:
- Shop Chats: gatherings at Black-owned business, where the Black community is invited to learn and discuss sexual reproductive health care and how that care—or lack thereof—impacts their community.
- Community Strategy Meetings: space created for community stakeholders to collaboratively determine how we can move in solidarity together.
- Online Discussions: monthly online events that connect the community with resources that will empower.
- Solidarity Sponsorships: investments in local organizations that support access to community resources including reproductive health care, sex education, LGBTQIA services, and other services that support human rights.