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 the Biden-Harris administration to build back BOLDER.

Abortion justice can’t wait.

Abortion Justice Roadmap

  • 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  • End outdated restrictions on medication abortion.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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  • Supreme Court expansion after Texas abortion case?

    September 3, 2021
    McClatchy DC
    Destiny Lopez, co-president of the abortion rights group All Above All, said advocates are clear-eyed about challenge the Senate poses, and want Biden to exert his pressure there. “It can’t just be the advocates doing that work. We need the president. … We need him and his administration in helping those senators really see that … Continued
  • The House Just Passed Federal Spending Bills Without Abortion Restrictions for the First Time in Decades

    July 31, 2021
    “It’s been a women of color led effort because our communities are the most impacted by Hyde,” says Destiny Lopez, co-president of All* Above All, which advocates for the repeal of Hyde. Reproductive justice organizations led by women of color have been raising concerns about the Hyde amendment for decades, but Lopez says the issue … Continued
  • A Rare Victory for Abortion Access

    June 14, 2021
    The Nation
    “We started where we thought we’d be lucky if we had 40 people on a bill at introduction,” said Destiny Lopez, copresident of All* Above All. “We now have 155 people in the House, 27 in the Senate. So it’s a marathon, not a sprint.”
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