Support These Organizations Focused On Reproductive Rights

A Black woman reviewing an at-home pregnancy test. The test is in her left hand and a glass of orange juice is in her right hand.

Reproductive health is a racial justice issue.

Black-founded organizations are on the ground fighting for our rights and providing care in communities.

Black Mamas Matter Alliance

Health, Atlanta, GA

Black Mamas Matter Alliance is a Black women-led cross-sectoral alliance. We center Black mamas to advocate, drive research, build power, and shift culture for Black maternal health, rights, and justice.

Black Mothers in Power

Health, Wilmington, DE

Black Mothers in Power seeks to eradicate racial health disparities for Black birthing people and Black babies throughout Delaware.

Black Women's Blueprint

Gender Equity, Brooklyn, NY

Black Women's Blueprint places Black women and girls’ lives, as well as their particular struggles, squarely within the context of the larger racial justice concerns of Black communities.

National Black Women's Justice Institute

Civil Rights & Racial Justice, Berkeley, CA

The National Black Women's Justice Institute works to reduce racial and gender disparities across the justice continuum affecting Black women, girls, and their families.

Southern Black Girls and Women's Consortium/Black Girl Dream Fund

Gender Equity, Atlanta, GA

The Southern Black Girls and Women’s Consortium is proud to announce the launch of a 10-year campaign to raise $100 million to financially empower the goals of Southern Black girls and women in the U.S. through the Black Girls Dream Fund.

California Black Women's Health Project

Health, Inglewood, CA

California Black Women’s Health Project promotes and improves the physical, spiritual, mental, and emotional well-being of Black women and girls in California through advocacy, education, outreach, and policy.


Health, Baltimore, MD

MOMCares supports Black women who are navigating high risk pregnancies and/or are navigating a NICU stay in the postpartum period.

Sad Girls Club / Sad Boys Club

Health, Brooklyn, NY

Sad Girls Club is committed to showing up for Black women and POC to create safe spaces for mental health. Our goal is to reduce the national suicide rate and provide accessible mental health resources for the millennial and Generation Z population.


Health, Los Angeles, CA

#HappyPeriod is committed to reshaping the discussion surrounding menstruation and empowering our community to advocate for their own body and well-being by learning and understanding their menstrual cycle.

Sickle Cell Reproductive Health Education Directive

Health, Washington, DC

Sickle Cell Reproductive Health Education Directive advocates for high quality sexual and reproductive healthcare for individuals living with sickle cell disease.

Black Women's Health Imperative

Health, Atlanta, GA

Black Women's Health Imperative leads the effort to solve the most pressing health issues that affect the nation’s 21 million Black women and girls, through community-based investments, research translation and policy development,

SisterSong Women of Color Reproductive Justice Collective

Gender Equity, Atlanta, GA

SisterSong Women of Color Reproductive Justice Collective supports women and trans people of color, as we advance for Reproductive Justice, the human right to personal bodily autonomy, self-determined family creation, and parenting in safety and sufficiency.

DewMore Baltimore

Arts & Culture, Baltimore, MD

DewMore uses poetry as a platform and as a tool to build strong young people who become leaders in their community. Young people with poetry and perspective become the catalyst for the change they want to see in their Baltimore. When empowered to process experiences through the spoken word, these dynamic voices can call out social injustices and bring forth powerful change.


Technology, Fredericksburg , VA

BlackGirlsHack was created to share knowledge and resources to help black girls and women breakthrough barriers to careers in information security and cyber security.

The AFIYA Center

Health, Dallas, TX

The AFIYA Center transforms the lives, health, and overall wellbeing of Black womxn and girls by providing refuge, education, and resources; we act to ignite the communal voices of Black womxn resulting in our full achievement of reproductive freedom.

Spark Reproductive Justice Now Inc.

LGBTQIA+, Atlanta, GA

SPARK serves as an entry point and leadership pipeline for new social justice leaders, and a political home for Black women and young people, centering Black queer women, trans folx and folx living outside the gender binary.