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In Our Own Voice: National Black Women’s Reproductive Justice Agenda is a Reproductive Justice partnership of eight Black women’s Reproductive Justice organizations:

Black Women for Wellness (BWW), started by a group of Black women concerned about the health and well-being of black babies, is a woman-centered, community-based organization offering a multi-generational approach to building health and wellness for our communities. 

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. 

New Voices Pittsburgh is a Reproductive Justice organization dedicated to 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 in Pennsylvania through New Voices Philadelphia and in Ohio through New Voices Cleveland.

SisterLove, Inc. is an Atlanta-based Reproductive Justice organization focusing on sexual health and prevention care, including HIV, sexually transmitted infections, unintended pregnancy, and violence. SisterLove is committed to ensuring that the human rights framework of liberty, justice, and dignity is the core element of the movement-building effort to protect and advance women and their families’ sexual and reproductive health and rights. 


SisterReach is a Memphis- based non-profit organization supporting the reproductive autonomy of women and girls of color, poor women, and rural women and their families through the framework of Reproductive Justice. The organization is committed to empowering women and girls to lead healthy lives, raise healthy families, and live in healthy communities by SisterReach providing 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. 

SPARK Reproductive Justice Now is an Atlanta-based organization 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. SPARK focuses on ensuring the voices of women of color, young parents, and LGBTQQ youth of color living in the South are included in the reproductive justice movement.

Women With a Vision, inc. (“WWAV”) is a New Orleans-based non-profit founded in response to the spread of HIV/AIDS in communities of color. WWAV’s mission is to improve the lives of marginalized women, their families, and communities by addressing the social conditions that hinder their health and well-being through relentless advocacy, health education, supportive services, and community-based participatory research.

The Afiya Center, established in response to the increasing disparities of HIV incidences and prevalence among Black women and girls in Texas, is the only Reproductive Justice organization in North Texas founded and directed by Black women. The organization unapologetically focuses on the existing disparities among Black women with the foal of transforming their relationship with their sexual and reproductive health utilizing an economic justice framework to center the experiences of marginalized Black women affected by health disparities and poverty.

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