Reproductive Justice Project
The goal of the Reproductive Justice Project (RJP) is to obtain reproductive justice for low-income and under-served women, particularly women of color, immigrant women and adolescent girls, in California through policy advocacy, community education, and coalition building.
Through the RJP, CWLC provides women with information about their reproductive health and rights, advocates for public policy that addresses the reproductive health and rights needs of the state’s new majority of women of reproductive age – women of color and immigrant women, and organizes community based organizations to advocate for reproductive justice.
Learn more about CWLC’s Reproductive Justice Project.
Reproductive Justice Coalition of Los Angeles
CWLC is a member the Reproductive Justice Coalition of Los Angles (RJCLA). The coalition includes a diverse group of over 20 grassroots, statewide, and national organizations. The Coalition’s main objective is to provide capacity-building opportunities for community-based organizations that focus on people of color and have expressed an interest in working on issues concerning reproductive health and justice.
Learn more about CWLC’s involvement in the Reproductive Justice Coalition of LA.
Reproductive Health Guides & Trainings
CWLC collaborated with five community-based organizations in Los Angeles County to develop Sisters in Control, a public education campaign designed to provide birth control information through a reproductive justice lens for women of color, immigrant women and adolescent girls.
Read more about CWLC’s Reproductive Health Guides.
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- Gender Discrimination
- Violence Against Women
- Women’s Health