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Meet our partners – the grassroots organizations at the forefront of the Reproductive Justice movement. Together, we’re amplifying voices and mobilizing action to shape a future where every vote counts towards reproductive justice and equity.

Black Women for Wellness

Black Women for Wellness

Black Women for Wellness, (BWW) is a woman centered, community-based organization offering a multi-generational approach to building health and wellness for our communities. BWW is working to eliminate health disparities experienced by Black women & girls with a reproductive justice lens.  This lens examines race/racism, gender/misogyny, class, education and environment as impacting our ability to access appropriate and affordable reproductive health services including abortion, family planning birth control, HIV prevention STI education and pregnancy care. BWW work includes empowering women & girls through advocacy, civic engagement and voter education, influencing policy and regulations; conducting community research and validating our experience; implementing programs and services that are responsive to our health and life challenges; building capacity of our leadership to direct resources, and modeling good health. BWW’s mission creates new realities and visions of Black women highlighting the resiliency and strengths of our gender and culture. Visit us at

Black Women's Health Imperative

Black Women’s Health Imperative

Black Women’s Health Imperative is the only national organization dedicated to improving the health and wellness of our nation’s Black women and girls—physically, emotionally and financially. We identify the most pressing health issues and invest in the best of the best strategies, partners and organizations to reduce mortality from chronic diseases, advocate for reproductive justice and ensure women have access to health insurance and quality health care. Visit us at

New Voices for Reproductive Justice

New Voices for Reproductive Justice celebrates a decade of Reproductive Justice grassroots activism, community organizing and policy advocacy for, led by and about women of color. Our mission is to build a social change movement dedicated to the health and well-being of Black women and girls through leadership development, human rights and Reproductive Justice. New Voices Pittsburgh promotes a holistic approach of health measured by the complete physical, emotional, spiritual, cultural, political, economic, environmental and social well-being of Black women and girls, our families and communities. We are building a movement for Reproductive Justice across Pennsylvania. Visit us at



SisterLove, Inc. is a 25-year old, Atlanta-based, reproductive justice organization with a focus on sexual health and prevention/care, including HIV, sexually transmitted infections, unintended pregnancy and violence. As a founding member of SisterSong, Trust Black Women Partnership, and the 30 for 30 Campaign, SisterLove has continued its commitment to ensuring that the human rights framework of liberty, justice and dignity is the core element of any movement-building effort to protect and advance the sexual and reproductive health and rights of women and their families.  We work at the intersections of Black women’s lives and we work to change the policy frame from defending women’s choices to asserting women’s agency to make decisions that are best for themselves and their families.  Visit us at



SisterReach, founded in October 2011, is a Memphis- based non-profit organization supporting the reproductive autonomy of women and girls of color, poor women, and rural women as well as their families through the framework of Reproductive Justice. The organization’s mission is to empower women and girls to lead healthy lives, raise healthy families, and live in healthy communities. SisterReach provides comprehensive reproductive and sexual health education to women and teens, and advocates at local and state levels for public policies that support the reproductive health and rights of all women and youth. SisterReach utilizes community dialogues, civic engagement, and inter-faith community engagement strategies to expand new relationships among stakeholders. Visit us at

SPARK Reproductive Justice Now

SPARK Reproductive Justice NOW

SPARK Reproductive Justice NOW is a Reproductive Justice organization based in Atlanta, GA, advocating for policies that protect and expand access to the full range of family planning options, abortion, and sexual health education for women and youth of color in the state of Georgia. Importantly, SPARK ensures the voices of women of color, young parents, and LGBTQQ youth of color living in the south are included in the reproductive justice movement. Our mission is to collaborate with individuals, communities, and organizations to grow and sustain a powerful Reproductive Justice movement in Georgia and the South. We fulfill our mission by maintaining the following strategies: Developing the political leadership of our constituency through timely skill-building workshops, camps, and conferences that incorporate our advanced racial and gender justice analysis, and Mobilizing our base and social justice allies to respond to immediate political threats and develop long-term proactive strategies for social justice. Visit us at

The AFIYA Center

The Afiya Center

The Afiya Center was established in a response to the increasing disparities of HIV incidences and prevalence among Black women and girls in Texas.  We are extremely unique in that we are the only reproductive justice organization in North Texas founded by, directed by, and that unapologetically focus on the existing disparities among Black women. Our mission is to serve Black women and girls transforming their relationship with their sexual and reproductive health.  We envision a world where women and girls will have full achievement of social justice and human rights, hence ending reproductive oppression. Additionally, The Afiya center believes that reproductive justice serves as a platform creating advocacy that is informed, self-actualized, and protects women’ reproductive health, rights and justice.
Our programs utilize an economic justice framework to center the experiences of marginalized Black women affected by health disparities and poverty.  The Afiya Center seeks to decrease HIV risk and other health disparities, working at the intersection of race, class, and gender. Visit us at

Women With A Vision

Women With a Vision

Women With a Vision (“WWAV”) is a New Orleans-based non-profit, founded in 1989 by a grassroots collective of African-American women in response to the spread of HIV/AIDS in communities of color. The mission of WWAV is to improve the lives of marginalized women, their families, and communities by addressing the social conditions that hinder their health and wellbeing. WWAV accomplishes this through relentless advocacy, health education, supportive services, and community-based participatory research. Major areas of focus include Sex Worker Rights, Drug Policy Reform, HIV Positive Women’s Advocacy, and Reproductive Justice outreach. WWAV envisions an environment in which there is no war against women’s bodies, in which women have spaces to come together and share their stories, in which women are empowered to make decisions concerning their own bodies and lives, and in which women have the necessary support to realize their hopes, dreams, and full potential. The populations WWAV works with are often not visible within the health system and kept from services and access to the things they need to lead healthy lives. WWAV provides navigator services connecting women in its community to women’s health, sexual, and reproductive services. Visit us at

State Enhancement Partners

Birth In Color RVA

Birth In Color RVA is a community of practitioners engaged in the promotion and practice of culturally centered reproductive health support in and around Richmond, VA. Aligned through membership and purpose, we offer women, families, and communities the place and space to be supported and affirmed through information and choice. The network directly provides pregnancy, birth, and postpartum support to expecting parents and families, opportunities for skill development for fellow practitioners, community engagement and policy advocacy initiatives to address relevant needs.

New Jersey Black Women Physicians Association, (NJBWPA)

The New Jersey Black Women Physicians Association, (NJBWPA) is a nonprofit organization and network of Black women physicians dedicated to advocacy and the elimination of healthcare disparities within communities of color and other vulnerable populations. We form partnerships within the community to provide mentorship, education and healthcare navigation. Our goal is to strengthen resilience and improve the health care experience.

Oshun Family Center

Oshun Family Center provides racially concordant care to members of the Black community who are seeking to achieve optimal wellness through psychotherapy and holistic healing and birthing modalities such as doula and lactation support. It is our goal to center the experiences of Black people and create a welcoming space for healing and refuge. We welcome those looking to break generational cycles and have agency over their bodies.

Wisdom Institute

Wisdom institute is a grassroot organization dedicated to empowering African American Women and girls through advocacy, education, and spirit centered healing. In addition, Wisdom Institute utilizes art in our activism. We believe that when artists and organizers work together to create social change, new forms of political mobilization are possible.

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