Legal abortion has never been enough.

It leaves out too many. Those who are denied care because they are struggling financially, or are forced to travel too far, or their clinic was shut down by unjust restrictions.

We are not settling. We seek abortion justice:

  • No barriers based on who you are, where you are from, or how much you earn.
  • Decisions without stigma or shame.
  • Care with dignity and respect.
  • The freedom to forge our own paths, to thrive and live with economic security.

Abortion justice starts today. We call on President-elect Biden to build back BOLDER in his first 100 days.

Abortion justice can’t wait.

First 100 Days Agenda for Abortion Justice

  • A federal budget without abortion coverage bans.
  • End outdated restrictions on medication abortion.
  • Protect essential workers from deportation.
  • Raise the minimum wage to $15 per hour
  • Include all workers in economic recovery efforts.

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  • What Repealing the Hyde Amendment Would Mean for Abortion Activists

    January 28, 2021
    Teen Vogue
    Kelsey Ryland notes it is Black and other women of color like the abortion fund directors who are moving the pro-choice movement forward. Ryland is the director of federal strategies for All* Above All. The organization seeks to reinstate public insurance coverage of abortion. “It is women of color who pushed our movement, who continue … Continued
  • Biden starts rolling back Trump anti-abortion rules

    January 27, 2021
    Politico
    Biden was for decades was one of the Democratic party’s staunchest anti-abortion voices, but as a candidate pledged to advance abortion rights. Advocates who met with his transition team, including Silvia Henriquez, the co-president of the group All* Above All, believe more administrative actions are on the way. “Our issues in the past have often been … Continued
  • Under Biden, pro-choice advocates shift focus to undoing Trump and targeting ‘draconian’ state restrictions

    January 27, 2021
    Business Insider
    The law prohibits Medicaid and other federal programs from providing funds for abortion care. In practice, the amendment disproportionately targets low-income women, women of color, and LGBTQ people, said Kelsey Ryland, co-director of the coverage campaign for All* Above All, an organization led by women of color that labels itself a “catalyst for abortion justice.”
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