Women of color and young women are key leaders of the pro-choice community. However, their power and insight have not always been recognized or respected. That's wrong, and it's why we are building a more inclusive future.
Frankly, we have a long way to go before we achieve equality in this country—and the pro-choice community must continue to work to ensure we reflect our nation's diversity.
- The change we seek starts with us. Everyone who works here is held accountable for making sure we have a respectful and inclusive office.
- We partner with sister groups that focus on reproductive justice. Reproductive justice puts choice among broader issues important to women's equality and human rights.
- We also incorporate other organizations' research and policy expertise into our publications and materials. This allows us to tell a more complete story about how good policies help women and bad policies hurt them.
Our partners in this progress are great resources for even more information about choice.
- Choice USA mobilizes and provides ongoing support to the diverse, upcoming generation of leaders who promote and protect reproductive choice both now and in the future.
- The National Asian Pacific American Women's Forum bridges the many issues that confront Asian-Pacific Islander women and their communities.
- The National Latina Institute for Reproductive Health works to ensure the fundamental human right to reproductive health and justice for Latinas.
- SisterSong: Women of Color Reproductive Health Collective strengthens and amplifies the collective voices of Indigenous women and women of color to secure our human rights, and thus achieve reproductive justice.
- Latinovations, a part of the DeweySquareGroup, helps organizations build relationships with, navigate, and successfully tap into the distinct and growing Latino communities. NARAL Pro-Choice America is a partner in dialogue with Latinovations' La Plaza blog.