Getting an abortion can be next to impossible for people working to make ends meet. 

  • Safe, effective abortion care is unnecessarily restricted by anti-abortion lawmakers in a record number of states. 
  • Clinics are closing at alarming rates, forcing people to travel longer distances, delay their care,  and drive up their costs. 
  • Politicians are punishing abortion providers for doing their jobs. 
  • Immigrants fear arrest or deportation just for getting care.

The impact falls hardest on people who are already failed by our health system, especially Black, Indigenous, and other people of color.

We need solutions that go beyond legality. Solutions that address the realities of abortion access without barriers based on who you are, where you’re from, or how much you earn. Solutions that create abortion justice.

Together we can create a world where our laws respect our dignity, humanity and the freedom to define our own futures. Let’s build a future where abortion care is there for everyone who needs it.

Abortion justice can’t wait.

Action Plan for Abortion Justice

  • Abortion care is available without unnecessary hurdles or stigma for people of color working to make ends meet, young folks, LGBTQ and gender non-binary people.
  • Abortion care is accessible for immigrants without fear of deportation or detention.
  • Abortion care is available in the communities where we live.
  • Abortion care, especially medication abortion, is provided in ways that make sense for people who need abortions
  • Abortion care is covered by all public and private health insurance plans.


More Resources


  • The fight for abortion after Roe falls

    May 16, 2022
    The Nation
    All* Above All and the National Institute for Reproductive Health have worked with local organizers to get cities like Austin and New York to direct public funding to abortion access.
  • Abortion providers to Biden: Come see the front lines of the fight

    May 10, 2022
    “We would love to see him go to a place with existing restrictions or that will be incredibly impacted by the Supreme Court’s expected ruling, and actually talk to people who have had abortions,” Morgan Hopkins, leader of the abortion rights group All* Above All
  • Biden can’t do much about abortion rights, but here’s what he could try

    May 6, 2022
    “We’ve seen over the past few years and the pandemic what the federal government could do,” says Morgan Hopkins, the executive director of campaigns at advocacy group All Above All. “People who need abortions deserve that kind of energy.”
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