We work diligently at Reproaction to ensure we are incorporating leadership diversity, centering the most marginalized, and coalition building.
They're sometimes known as "crisis pregnancy centers", “CPCs,” "pregnancy help centers", "pregnancy resource centers", and "pregnancy medical clinics"
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Racial health disparities cannot be addressed without addressing the myths that inform and guide the behavior of health care professionals and people seeking health care.
More efforts must go into working across movement spaces in general, and this training is a good place to start for those interested in both reproductive justice and electoral politics.
Discussions like this demonstrate how issues usually considered separate are outcomes of the same systems of domination and oppression.
Webinar Recap: Examining Black Women’s Health at the Intersection of HIV, IPV, and the Criminal Legal System
In Missouri, people living with HIV are subject to prosecution under an HIV statute that was created out of fear and bigotry in the 1980s when less was known about the virus.
Trump emboldens his base and speaks words of hate toward those who support abortion: ‘Pro-life’ harassment of abortion clinics has gone up during Trump’s presidency.
Reproductive justice as a framework and practice was developed by Black women, but it is a movement that everyone should be engaged in.
Reproaction Celebrates National Day of Appreciation for Abortion Providers with Independent Providers in the DMV!
The work of providers - including doctors, nurses, doulas, receptionists, clinic escorts and others, is what keeps local clinic doors open and ensures people in our communities are able to get the care they need.
Reproaction’s #MyHealthyWisconsin Photo Campaign Shines a Light on Health Priorities in the Badger State
The #MyHealthyWisconsin campaign is a way for activists to visualize what life in Wisconsin would look like without reproductive oppression and inequality.
On Saturday, February 22, I partnered with Cecilia Belser-Batton, the founder of JUST Systems, LLC to lead a direct action training in Columbia, Mo., on how to build intersectional movements. Seven local organizers participated in the training.