Legal abortion alone isn’t enough to ensure people can get the abortion care they need.
Decades of restrictions—including insurance coverage bans, bans on medication abortion, and inhumane policies that target immigrants—have denied people abortion care even where it is legal.
The harm falls hardest on people who are working to make ends meet.
When politicians restrict abortion care, they interfere with people’s ability to control their lives, bodies, and futures, and to live with dignity.
Everyone should have the freedom to control their own lives and futures.
Our vision: a world where abortion care is there for everyone who needs it, without barriers based on who you are, where you are from, or how much you earn.
Together, let’s push for bold solutions that ensure abortion is available, affordable, and supported for anyone who needs.
Abortion justice can’t wait.
Read the full Action Plan for Abortion Justice.
- Available without unnecessary hurdles or stigma for people of color working to make ends meet, young folks, LGBTQ and non-binary people.
- Available for immigrants of any documentation status without fear of deportation or detention.
- Available in our communities.
- Provided in ways that are comfortable and make sense for people, as a procedure or medication abortion.
- Affordable for all.
“The state of the #AbortionJustice movement is strong.”
-Congresswoman Ayanna Pressley (MA-07)
POLL: Voters favor a national law to protect the right to abortion and prevent elected officials from creating barriers to abortion care.
POLL: Michigan voters favor support access to abortion, majorities favoring policies to remove barriers to abortionThis memo summarizes key findings from a survey among Michigan voters. The interviews were conducted online and via text-to-web from March 31 to April 6, 2023. The sample is demographically and geographically representative of the electorate and is consistent with the political dispositions of Michigan voters.