ACCESS Women’s Health Justice
ACCESS Women’s Health Justice removes barriers to sexual and reproductive health care and builds the power of California women and girls to demand health, justice, and dignity. Major programs include the Healthline, a bilingual line which connects women and girls throughout California to information, referrals and advocacy on sexual and reproductive health issues; policy advocacy; and community support and action.
Backline is dedicated to addressing the broad range of experiences and emotions surrounding pregnancy, parenting, adoption, and abortion. Their vision is of a society in which pregnancy options are discussed with openness, honesty, and the deepest respect for reproductive justice. Their Talkline offers a free, confidential and nonjudgmental space for people to talk about their experiences. Backline’s Talkline Advocates provide unconditional support at any point before, during and after your pregnancy or parenting experience, no matter which options you are considering, what decisions you have already made, or how you feel about it.
Pro-Choice Public Education Project (PEP)
PEP is a national reproductive justice organization that works to engage and inform organizations, young women, transgender and gender non-conforming young people, ages 16-25, especially those whose voices are not heard in spaces where sexual and reproductive health and rights are addressed. They do this through action research, leadership development, movement building, raising unheard voices, and changing the conversation.
National Advocates for Pregnant Women
National Advocates for Pregnant Women seeks to protect the rights and human dignity of all women, particularly pregnant and parenting women and those who are most vulnerable including low income women, women of color and drug-using women.
Provide, formerly the Abortion Access Project, is committed to access to safe abortion for all women in the U.S. We believe that by being clearly focused on abortion within the context of our broader values we will make a significant contribution to women’s health and autonomy.
A go-to website for anything related to women and reproductive justice. Not only does Feministing offer their own perspectives on the issues, they link to other must-read blogs and articles.
A website by blogger, writer, activist, and doula, Miriam Zoila Perez. Miriam is a founding member of The NYC Doula Project. This blog offers a radical perspective on birth, doula-ing, and reproductive justice.
The National Network of Abortion Funds
The National Network of Abortion Funds works to make sure that all women and girls can get the abortions they seek. We are building a movement, mentoring young leaders, and working toward a world in which everyone can shape their own futures and families. The website will also connect you to local funds in your state.