What does Reproductive Justice mean? Reproductive Justice sheds light on how race, gender, class, sexuality and institutions work together to either uplift or oppress a woman’s ability with reproductive life decision making. By using a justice framework we acknowledge and make known that racial, gender and class oppression cannot be viewed as single or separate entities or incidents but must be considered together as multi-layered contributors to our personal and community health.
Keep in Touch is Black Women for Wellness breast and cervical cancer programming. Please contact Denise at 323.290.5955 or email@example.com for more information about this programing.
Sisters in Control is where Black Women for Wellness Reproductive Justice programing lives. Through this frame work, we train, organize, educate and advocate for the health and wellness of the women and girls reproductive health. Please contact us if you would like to become a BWW RJ advocate.
Starting in 1999, Sisters @ Eight is a monthly meeting that focuses on the health and wellness of Black women. Sisters@Eight offers an opportunity for communication and networking among health care professionals, grassroots leadership, community advocates, service providers and community members who provide (and are in search of) culturally competent services to the African American & Black community of Los Angeles…
Trust Black Women (TBW) is a partnership of women from many different organizations, regions and religious backgrounds developed in 2010. We are young and older women working together. We are both pro-choice and pro-life, and are not divided over the misleading debate on abortion and other reproductive justice issues.