Reproductive Justice is a concept linking reproductive health and social justice. The movement emerged out of the fierce and courageous work of women of color who were left out of the white/feminist-dominated reproductive rights movement. The movement persists, holding a vision that all people will one day have the social, political, and economic power to make healthy and autonomous decisions about their gender, bodies, sexuality, families, and communities. To do this, we must transform power inequities by organizing at intersections of identity and by building leadership from within the communities most affected by reproductive oppression.
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