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Abortion Resources

In light of the devastating news of the overturning of Roe v Wade, we at FKG want to make it abundantly clear that we SUPPORT WOMEN'S BODILY AUTONOMY and will use this platform to share any and all resources we can find to make sure that those who find themselves needing abortions can be seen, supported, and know their options. Please share this page everywhere you can.

Actionable Steps to take ASAP:

  • STOP using period trackers (use it to mess with the data, track work outs, etc.)

  • STOP answering when healthcare workers ask when your last period was

  • ​BUY Plan B in advance​

  • ​GET an IUD (if you can)​

  • GET a pregnancy test every 4 weeks so you're still within range to get an abortion if needed

  • GET a VASECTOMY

Stay Informed:

Need an Abortion? Helpful Links Below:

Where to get pills online

Find a brick and mortar clinic*
*Don't rely entirely on Google to find a clinic!

Cyber Security Info

Medical Questions during at home miscarriage/abortion

Judgement-free all options counseling

Emotional support during medication abortion

Legal Questions

Emotional support after your abortion check

Help with practical support (transportation, childcare, etc.)

Funding for your abortion

Find an abortion doula

For a safe abortion or miscarriage treatments (does telehealth and will send abortion pills to any state regardless of state's laws)

Reproductive Justice Organizations:

Officially established in Chicago in 1994, the RJ movement was founded by twelve Black women who were seeking to serve the most marginalized groups of people. RJ combines reproductive health and social justice to address the myriad of systems that support practices of institutional racism which further health inequities for people of color. Black women continue to be the biggest and fiercest advocates of reproductive justice. Our work at Power to Decide over the last 25 years would not have been possible without the groundbreaking framework created by the RJ movement. 
Source: Black History Month: 11 Reproductive Justice Organizations to Uplift by Cat McKay

THE AFIYA CENTER

The AFIYA Center is an organization based in Northern Texas and founded in response to the disproportional prevalence of HIV among Black women and girls in Texas. Their work focuses on Reproductive Justice, abortion access, maternal mortality, and HIV programming. Their mission is to “serve Black women and girls by transforming their relationship with their sexual  and reproductive health through addressing the consequences of  reproduction oppression.” 


BLACK MAMAS MATTER ALLIANCE

The Black Mamas Matter Alliance uses innovative research methods to advance care for Black mamas to change policy and shift our collective culture. Their mission is to “center Black mamas to advocate, drive research, build power, and shift culture for Black maternal health, rights, and justice.” Each April, they also host the Black Maternal Health Week campaign to open the conversation about Black maternal health in the US and encourage community-driven solutions. 


BLACK WOMEN’S HEALTH IMPERATIVE

Founded in 1983, the Black Women’s Health Imperative has been a longstanding pillar in the RJ movement. The organization leads national programs in health policy, education, research, and more with a goal of saving and extending the lives of Black women. These programs involve community outreach, community education, policy work, and workshops  Their mission is to “lead the effort to solve the most pressing health issues that affect Black women and girls in the US.” 


BLACK WOMEN FOR WELLNESS

Black Women for Wellness is a nonprofit based in California that hosts education, outreach, and engagement programs that support physical, spiritual, emotional, mental, and financial well-being. The nonprofit’s goal is to improve the health and well-being of Black women and girls through health education, empowerment, and advocacy so that they can develop personal power and contribute growth in the community.


IN OUR OWN VOICE: NATIONAL BLACK WOMEN’S REPRODUCTIVE JUSTICE AGENDA

In Our Own Voice is a national-state partnership that uplifts Black women leaders from every level in the fight to achieve Reproductive Justice for all. Their eight strategic partners are Black Women for Wellness, Black Women’s Health Imperative, New Voices for Reproductive Justice, SisterLove, Inc., SisterReach, SPARK Reproductive Justice NOW, The Afiya Center, and Women With A Vision. They support programming around a variety of issues, including abortion access, maternal health, racial justice, COVID-19.  


NEW VOICES FOR REPRODUCTIVE JUSTICE

New Voices is an organization that serves the Greater Pittsburgh Region, Pennsylvania, and Ohio and seeks to bring health and well-being to the Black community. Their programs support leadership development, community organizing, policy advocacy, and more so that Black women can advance issues such as sexual and reproductive health, LGBTQ+ rights, Environmental Justice, and more. Their mission is to “build a social change movement dedicated to the health and well-being of Black women and girls through leadership development, Human Rights, and Reproductive Justice.” 


SISTERLOVE, INC.

SisterLove, Inc. is an organization that offers free HIV and other STI testing in Atlanta, Georgia. Along with advancing awareness for PrEP, their work includes health education and prevention programs, healthy love workshops, and policy and advocacy programs. Their mission is to “eradicate the adverse impact of HIV, sexual and reproductive health rights and justice challenges impacting women and their families through education, prevention, support, research, and human rights advocacy in the United States and around the world.”


SISTERREACH

SisterReach is a grassroot nonprofit that serves BIPOC, rural women, folks struggling to make ends meet, and their families. Their mission is to “empower our base to lead healthy lives, raise healthy families, and live in healthy and sustainable communities by using a four-pronged strategy of education, policy and advocacy, culture change and harm reduction.” 


SISTERSONG WOMEN OF COLOR REPRODUCTIVE JUSTICE COLLECTIVE

SisterSong is a national membership organization formed in 1997 by 16 organizations of women of color to uplift the needs and interests of their communities. They offer RJ trainings and leadership development and examine reproductive health access throughout the South. Their stated purpose is “to build an effective network of individuals and organizations to improve institutional policies and systems that impact the reproductive lives of marginalized communities.”


SPARK: REPRODUCTIVE JUSTICE NOW!

SPARK Reproductive Justice NOW! is a Southern-based RJ organization that serves as subject matter experts and leaders in a wide range of focus areas. SPARK gives leaders the tools to engage, educate, and uplift their communities. With programs in leadership development, organizing and civic engagement, and digital outreach, SPARK is able to reach Black women and Queer and Trans Young People of Color (QTYPOC). Their mission is to “ build new leadership, change culture, and advance knowledge in Georgia and the South to ensure individuals and communities have resources and power to make sustainable and liberatory decisions about our bodies, gender, sexualities, and lives.”


WOMEN WITH A VISION FOUNDATION

Women With a Vision Foundation is a “coalition of women who support survivors of domestic violence and substance abuse through awareness, prevention and rehabilitation.” Though established in Atlanta, Georgia in 2009 by just three women, WWAV now serves communities in the Metro areas of Atlanta, Richmond, and Nashville. They work with local shelters, halfway houses, support groups, and others to offer financial, tangible, knowledge-based support, and uplift to survivors. 

While deep health inequities persist for Black women in America due to the impact of structural racism, RJ organizations serve as a source of support and hope for the future. These organizations center and uplift the voices and lived experiences of the marginalized communities to create lasting change. 

Links to Reproductive Freedom Sites:

  • Abortion Clinics OnLine 
    Abortion Clinics OnLine is a directory of providers of abortion and other reproductive health care services. The site allows you to choose, by state and city, from a list of abortion clinics. Clicking on a clinic links you to the clinic's homepage, which provides more detailed information on abortion procedures, patient instructions, prices, maps, and other educational information.

  • Abortion Law Homepage
    This site gives an overview of abortion law in the United States. It includes the full text of Supreme Court decisions in Roe v. Wade and Planned Parenthood v. Casey; RealAudio transcripts of oral arguments in Roe, Casey, and Griswold v. Connecticut; a dictionary of abortion-related legal terms; and information about state abortion laws. 

  • Advocates for Youth
    This site provides materials for young people and their advocates in the United States and abroad. In addition to a comprehensive publications list and ordering information, the site includes a series of fact sheets and briefing papers on a wide-range of issues from adolescent pregnancy and childbearing to sexual abuse and violence in Sub-Saharan Africa to young women of color and the HIV epidemic. Notably, this link also includes an international program survey, which allows readers to search by country to find out about various programs working to meet the reproductive and sexual health needs of youth throughout the world.

  • Alan Guttmacher Institute
    This site provides information on abortion, contraception, sexually transmitted diseases, and teen pregnancy, as well as a section on relevant laws and public policies. A large number of articles from AGI's periodicals, briefing papers, and reports are also available. These include online versions of the most recent issues of The Guttmacher Report on Public Policy, Perspectives on Sexual and Reproductive Health, and International Family Planning Perspectives.

  • American Association of University Women
    The American Association of University Women is an organization that supports equity and education for all women and girls. This site contains useful research on reproductive issues ranging from adolescent sexuality to abortion coverage bans. 

  • American College of Obstetricians & Gynecologists
    This site has information on the interaction between reproductive health and relevant women's issues, such as adolescent care, underserved women, and violence against women. It includes a physician directory, legislative updates on reproductive health issues, and a comprehensive online bookstore. 

  • Catholics for a Free Choice
    Working within a Catholic social justice tradition, CFFC is an independent non-profit organization engaged in research, policy analysis, education, and advocacy on issues of gender equality and reproductive health. This site posts resources in English, Spanish, and Portuguese. It includes the full texts of publications on being pro-choice and Catholic, contraception, hospital mergers, women's human rights, the Vatican at the UN, and worldwide family planning. 

  • Center for Reproductive Rights
    This site provides information about reproductive rights issues in the United States and around the world. It includes fact sheets and other public education materials produced by the Center, as well as information about relevant litigation and online editions of the Center's monthly publication Reproductive Freedom News. 

  • Choice USA
    This site contains fact sheets on abortion, contraception, and reproductive health across the globe. It also features information on reproductive rights activism and lists benefits given by pro-choice artists.

  • Emergency Contraception Website
    This site, operated by the Office of Population Research at Princeton University, contains detailed information on emergency contraception as well as a directory of emergency contraceptive providers. This page can be viewed in English, Spanish, and French.

  • Feminist Majority Online 
    The reproductive rights section of the Feminist Majority Online includes information on medical abortion, contraception, international reproductive rights, and clinic violence, as well as a well-described section of links to other related Internet sites. There is also a link to the Feminist Majority's Rock for Choice project, with program and concert information, quotes from rock stars, and RealAudio clips from the Spirit of '73 CD.

  • Global Reproductive Health Forum 
    This site is a clearinghouse that provides people around the world with access to critical information about reproductive health. It also serves as an electronic space where people can come together and voice their opinions in the global debates around reproductive health and rights.

  • Henry J. Kaiser Family Foundation
    The Kaiser Family Foundation, an independent health care philanthropy, provides a wealth of information on reproductive health care issues, including adolescent sexual health, contraception, HIV/AIDS, sex education, sexually transmitted diseases, and unintended pregnancy. This site includes fact sheets, issue updates, and surveys, as well as the Daily Reproductive Health Report.

  • Law Students for Choice
    Law Students for Choice is committed to educating, organizing and supporting pro-choice law students to ensure that a new generation of lawyers will be prepared to successfully defend and expand reproductive rights. They provide on-campus, student-led groups to support and connect emerging pro-choice advocates, educational resources including annual conferences in reproductive rights law, and professional training focused on linking students to existing opportunities and creating new internships and fellowships in reproductive rights law. 

  • Medical Students for Choice
    This site has sections on reproductive health externships, guides to improving reproductive health curricula, and other networking resources for medical students and residents in reproductive health care. 

  • NARAL Pro-Choice America
    This site includes information about abortion and women's health, contraception and education, clinic violence, the radical Right, and relevant federal and state legislation and Supreme Court decisions. Who Decides? A State-by-State Review of Abortion and Reproductive Rights is available on the website. Additionally, a wide-range of NARAL fact sheets, news releases, and other publications are also available, along with guides for contacting the media, communicating with congressional representatives, and organizing campus pro-choice initiatives. 

  • National Abortion Federation 
    NAF's web site features resources for pregnant women as well as abortion providers. It includes links to NAF publications and fact sheets and information about finding a qualified provider. 

  • National Advocates for Pregnant Women
    NAPW seeks to ensure that women do not lose their constitutional and human rights as a result of pregnancy; that addiction and other health and welfare problems women face during pregnancy are addressed as health issues, not as crimes; that families are not needlessly separated, based on medical misinformation; and that pregnant and parenting women have access to a full range of reproductive health services, as well as non-punitive drug treatment services. This site provides information on relevant litigation, resources for activism, and publications.

  • National Asian Women's Health Organization
    NAWHO's site features information about various health care and policy initiatives aimed at improving the health status of Asian American women. These include programs in reproductive and sexual health rights and breast and cervical cancer, among others. 

  • National Black Women's Health Project
    This site features information about the wide-range of NBWHP programs aimed at improving the health of black women. Most notably, it includes the full text of articles, health briefs, and fact sheets pertaining to African American women and abortion, adolescent pregnancy, and unintended pregnancy. 

  • National Latina Institute for Reproductive Health
    This site offers information about NLIRH's various programs, including its public policy initiative, which is aimed at increasing public support for Latina reproductive health rights and issues and ensuring that all Latinas have access to reproductive health services. In addition, it includes the full text of selected articles from NLIRH's quarterly newsletter Instantes, and excerpts from other research reports and brochures. 

  • National Network of Abortion Funds
    Through direct grants or loans, NNAF member groups help more than 10,000 women and girls a year who would not have been able to obtain a safe, legal abortion with their own resources. In addition to general information about NNAF, the site includes an organizing guide for building an abortion fund and links to participating abortion funds across the United States.

  • National Organization for Women
    This site contains information dealing almost exclusively with NOW's activities in the pro-choice movement. 

  • Native American Women's Health Education Resource Center
    This page provides information on Indigenous women's reproductive health. It features a Native women's reproductive rights platform and directs readers to relevant links and resources on such issues as the impact of Depo-Provera, Norplant, and AIDS on the Native American community.

  • Physicians for Reproductive Choice and Health
    This site features recent issues of the PRCH's quarterly newsletter Choices, as well as PRHC position papers, medical case studies, and other publications. In addition, it includes material on a new initiative, "Know Your Doctors, Know Your Choices," designed to help women find out if their health care providers are pro-choice. 

  • Planned Parenthood
    Planned Parenthood's site is one of the best sources of online information regarding safe sex, contraception, and abortion. It includes legislative updates, pro-choice advocacy tools, a special section for teens, as well as resources in Spanish. 

  • Population Council
    The Population Council is an international, non-profit organization that conducts research on reproductive health and population growth. This site contains information on reproductive physiology, population and social policy analysis, and reproductive health and family planning strategies around the world. 

  • Pro-Choice Public Education Project
    This site includes information for young women about everything from finding a clinic to obtaining birth control to escorting patients to participating in pro-choice events around the country. The site also features chat rooms where young women can discuss a range of issues pertaining to reproductive health. 

  • Refuse & Resist!
    This page includes materials on pro-choice activities sponsored by Refuse & Resist! Of note, it features information on the annual National Day of Appreciation for Abortion Providers, a nationwide effort to salute the courage and perseverance of abortion doctors and their staff. 

  • Religious Coalition for Reproductive Choice
    This site focuses on the moral and faith-based aspect of reproductive choice. It includes articles by respected theologians, a "Clergy for Choice" network, and an extensive list of pro-choice religious organizations. 

  • Reproductive Health Gateway
    A project of the Population and Health Materials Working Group of the U.S. Agency for International Development, this site accesses relevant and accurate information about reproductive health on the web. The gateway lets you search the web sites of over 60 organizations that the working group has selected because they consistently post reliable information about reproductive health issues.

  • Reproductive Health Technologies Project
    This site features current information on emergency contraception, intrauterine devices, early surgical and medical abortion, and woman-controlled HIV/AIDS prevention. It also features emerging issues in reproductive health technology. 

  • Sexuality Information and Education Council of the United States
    Through its web site, SIECUS offers a clearinghouse of information on health and sexuality education. Special sections feature materials for teens, parents, religious institutions, media, policy makers, and advocates.