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Did you know Black women are the largest voting bloc in the U.S. electorate?

We have a chance to determine what happens in our communities for years to come. We are bold, fearless, powerful and dedicated to protecting your ability to be healthy, supported, and liberated. Together, we can mobilize broad bases across states to ensure that Reproductive Justice policy priorities are centered.

We have a lot of work to do that we can’t do without people like you. When you become a Reproductive Justice Voter, you’re joining a movement that is committed to uplifting the voices of Black women and working alongside some of the most powerful organizations in the fight for our rights. Join us and as we make our Voices Heard — for today and future generations.

How Can I Become A Reproductive Justice Voter?

  • Check your voter registration status
  • Vote
  • Share your voting plan with family and friends. Support each other and vote together, no matter which way you are voting
  • Use our resources to advocate in your state
  • Meet with your members of Congress or their staff
  • Attend a public forum or town hall and ask a question. Call the district offices of your legislators to request a list of events near you
  • Submit an op-ed to your local paper
  • Use Facebook or Twitter to engage your elected officials

This site helps you understand the many ways you can cast your ballot this year for a Reproductive Justice. You have options for how you vote, depending on the rules in your state. Your state also sets deadlines for mail and early voting, as well as voting hours on Election Day. Guidance is based on the latest updates to state election law.

State-by-State Voter Information

Click each state name for more information



In Our Own Voice: National Black Women’s Reproductive Justice Agenda presents the 2023 Black Reproductive Justice Policy Agenda

In Our Own Voice: National Black Women’s Reproductive Justice Agenda, Interfaith Voices for Reproductive Justice, and SisterLove, Inc. present the 2023 Black Reproductive Justice Policy Agenda, an innovative, proactive policy agenda created in collaboration with more than 50 Black women’s organizations and Reproductive Justice activists. The agenda offers strategic policy solutions to address issues at the intersections of race, gender, class, sexual orientation and gender identity—within the situational impacts of economics, politics and culture—that make up the lived experiences of Black women, girls and gender-expansive individuals in the United States.

Black Reproductive Justice Policy Agenda
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