Young mixed gender group with signs for LGBTQIA rights in front of reproductive rights banner. Photo by Leon Kunstenaar, San Francisco People's March pride, June 25, 2023

Join the National Mobilization for Reproductive Justice!

Attempts to undermine the right to reproductive and bodily autonomy are an attack on all people’s lives and healthcare needs. The National Mobilization for Reproductive Justice and its affiliates across the country are building a grassroots coalition of organizations and individuals to resist these right-wing political assaults. Help build this effort, participate in ongoing reproductive justice actions, and spread the word!

Get Involved - Take Action - Labor for Reproductive Justice - How to Help - Organizing Tools - Resources - Media Coverage - Mobilization Endorsers - Abortion Information

Read the National Mobilization's statement on the August 16 ruling against the abortion pill by the 5th Circuit Court.

What we call for:
• Guarantee access to free contraception & safe, legal abortion on demand without apology
• Repeal the Hyde Amendment
• Overturn state barriers to reproductive choices
• Stop forced sterilization
• No to caged kids, forced assimilation, & child welfare abuses
• End medical & environmental racism; for universal healthcare
• Defend queer & trans families; guarantee gender-affirming care
• Ensure medically sound sex education & affordable childcare
• Sexual self-determination for people with disabilities
• Uphold social progress with expanded voting rights & strong unions

Add your organization as an endorser and add events to the calendar by contacting or 206-985-4621. Endorsement form.

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Get Involved

National Meetings

Monthly Mobilization Organizing Meeting
Sunday, October 15, 3pm PDT/4pm MDT/5pm CDT/6pm EDT
Reproductive justice organizing from coast to coast. Get involved with efforts to build a strong grassroots defense of all aspects of bodily autonomy.
Register here.

Labor Working Group
Organizing Meeting: Sunday, October 29
2pm PDT/3pm MDT/4pm CDT/5pm EDT
Come to a roundtable discussion of working-class change-makers seeking to build union action on reproductive justice. Contact: Register at

San Francisco Bay Area, CA

Reproductive Justice SF meets on the first and third Thursdays of each month at 6:30pm. Contact them at or send message via Facebook for details. Instagram follow and share

New York, NY

Register here for Reproductive Justice organizing meetings on 1st and 3rd Wed., 7pm. ReproJusticeNow.NYC, 212-222-0633. Follow and share: Instagram, Facebook, Twitter

Seattle, WA

Planning meetings of the Puget Sound Mobilization for Reproductive Justice: 2nd Thursdays of each month at 6:30pm via Zoom. Register at
Info:, 206-722-6057, Instagram, Twitter, Facebook

Take Action

Help get union and community signers on open letter calling for emergency labor conference in support of reproductive justice.
Download and print PDF version.
Read and sign online form
Signers to date
Resolution template to present to unions and labor groups
Leaflet about the letter to AFL-CIO with QR code

Union power for reproductive justice

Motivate your union to support the call for an emergency national labor-organized conference to strategize defense of reproductive rights.
Download and print PDF version.
Read and sign online form

Non-AFL-CIO locals are welcome to modify the letter to send to their own International unions urging them to work with the AFL-CIO on an emergency conference. If you write a separate letter, please send a copy to

Resources for labor outreach

How you can help

Donate to costs of the national campaign

Organize a rally, march or flash mob

Do bannering and leafleting at bridges and intersections

Hold an online forum, teach-in or conversation

Work with other groups to hold a town hall event addressing a range of key events such as voting rights, reproductive justice, and workers rights during Covid

Online film showing – recommended titles

Host a letter-writing hour to address federal and state issues of concern


Initiated by Radical Women. Endorsed by: AFSCME Local 88, Alphabet Workers Union CWA Local 1400, American Federation of Government Employees Local 3197, Brooklyn-Queens Chapter NOW, Central Phoenix NOW - Inez Casiano, Colectiva Feminista en Construcción (Puerto Rico), Columbia NOW - South Carolina, Communication Workers of America Local 7800, Cornish Federation of Teachers (AFT 4169), Denver Democratic Socialists of America, Downtown Women for Change, The Feminine Effect, Freedom Socialist Party, Fuerza Mundial Global, Gender Justice League, Georgia NOW, Graduate Employees' Organization (AFT 3550), Her Heart Beats Too, Houston Socialist Movement, Houston United Front Against Fascism, International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers Local 520, Kadima Reconstructionist Community, Knoxville Center for Reproductive Health, Labor for Black Lives Collective-Seattle, Madison Abortion & Reproductive Rights Coalition for Healthcare, Metro Justice, Minnesota Nurses Union, National Organization of Legal Services Workers UAW 2320, Newark Education Workers Caucus, Northwest Animal Rights Network, OCA Asian Pacific American Advocates of Greater Seattle, Older Women's League-SF, Oregon Coalition of Black Trade Unionists, Organized Workers for Labor Solidarity, Phoenix Democratic Socialists of America, Pacific NW & IL chapters of American Party of Labor, Raging Grannies Action League, La Resistancia, Seattle Democratic Socialists of America, Seattle NOW, Socialist Alternative-Oakland-San Francisco-Seattle, South Dakota NOW, Speak Out Socialists, Taller Salud (Puerto Rico), Trabajadoras por la Paz, Trans Radical Activist Network, United Auto Workers Local 2324, United Auto Workers Local 4121, Unitarian Universalists of San Francisco Human Rights Working Group, Washington Federation of State Employees Local 304, Washington State Federation of Democratic Women, Women for Racial and Economic Equality, Women's eNews, Workers' Voice - La voz de los trabajadores

For more information, to get involved, add an event to the calendar, or arrange press interviews, contact the National Organizing Center: National Mobilization Facebook • 206-985-4621

Visit the website of Radical Women, campaign initiator, at