Interactive Map: US Abortion Policies and Access After Roe, Guttmacher Institute
Pew Research Center’s Political Issues page on abortion
If you need help finding an abortion, head to https://www.ineedana.com or https://www.abortionfinder.org
If you’re worried your abortion or pregnancy outcome could be criminalized, go to https://www.reprolegalhelpline.org or call their hotline at 844-868-2812
The National Women’s Law Center set up this Resource Hub on the Supreme Court and Roe v. Wade.
The Brennan Center for Justice published this article on June 24 regarding what the Dobbs decision shows us about how democracy has been thwarted. On June 28 they published this analysis of the threat of constitutional “originalism.”
The National Network of Abortion Funds works to remove financial and logistical barriers to abortion access by centering people who have abortions and organizing at the intersections of racial, economic, and reproductive justice.
Keep Our Clinics supports small, community-based clinics who rely on individuals and communities to keep their doors open.
Gender Justice works to dismantle the legal, political, and structural barriers to gender equity. This work includes trans and LGBQ liberation work, and fighting to establish freedom from gender-based violence.
The National Latina Institute for Reproductive Justice fights to establish equal access to reproductive health services for Latina/x communities.
Abortion Finder is a comprehensive directory of verified abortion service providers in the United States.
AidAccess supports trans men, women, girls, nonbinary, and all people experiencing unwanted pregnancy access an abortion or miscarriage treatment.
SisterSong is a Women of Color Reproductive Justice Collective that was formed in 1997 by 16 organizations of women of color from four mini-communities (Native American, African American, Latina, and Asian American). The collective works to build an effective network of individuals and organizations to improve institutional policies and systems that impact the reproductive lives of marginalized communities.
The National Black Women’s Reproductive Justice Agenda is a national-state partnership focused on amplifying the voices of Black women leaders at the national and regional levels in the fight for reproductive justice for all women, femmes, and girls.
AllAboveAll* is a coalition made up of over 130 national, state and regional partner organizations committed to restoring federal funding for abortion.
The National LGBTQ Task Force is an organization that recognizes that everyone has a fundamental right to sexual and bodily autonomy and the LGBTQ community continue to face pervasive discrimination designed to block access to reproductive healthcare on the basis of identity. The National LBGTQ Task Force works to advance full freedom, justice and equity for all LGBTQ people. Check out their resources for queering reproductive health, rights, and justice.
National Asian Pacific American Women’s Forum is the only organization focused on building power among AAPI women and girls to influence critical decisions that effect their lives, families and communities.
Black Women’s Health Imperative is is the first and only nation non-profit solely dedicated to achieving health equity for Black women in America.
Heart to Grow is a faith-driven organization that works to promote sexual health, uproot gendered violence, and advance reproductive justice by establishing choice and access for the most impacted Muslims.
Abortion Access Front is an organization comprised of comedians, writers, and producers who use humor and pop culture to expose anti-choice forces working to destroy access to reproductive resources in all 50 states.
Liberate Abortion is an effort comprised of over 150 reproductive justice and rights organizations, and abortion providers working together to fight to ensure that abortion is available, affordable, accessible, and stigma-free for everyone who needs it.
Handbook for a Post-Roe America is an information website that gives you all the information you need to know before and after Roe v. Wade is overturned. Here you will find a guide with Information About Abortion Practical Support Groups By Region, well as a Cheat Sheet for Protecting Access and so much more.
Surge Reproductive Justice centers Black women, women of color, and queer and trans people of color in their work toward advancing reproductive justice.
Upstream works to increase access to contraception.
Where Abortion Access Would Decline If Roe v. Wade Were Overturned By Quoctrung Bui, Claire Cane Miller, Margot Sanger-Catz, May 18, 2021
What abortion looks like in every state–right now By
Indigenous Women Rising works to honor Native and Indigenous People’s inherent right to equitable and culturally safe health options through health education, advocacy, and resources.