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Sistersong

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  1. Dojas says:
    SisterSong was the first organization created to build an RJ movement just after the Reproductive Justice framework was articulated by a group of black women, some of whom were among our founders. We have mentored or seeded nearly every RJ organization and event, and the movement looks to us as a cornerstone leader.
  2. Kajiran says:
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  3. Makasa says:
    SISTERSONG’S MISSION IS TO STRENGTHEN AND AMPLIFY THE COLLECTIVE VOICES OF INDIGENOUS WOMEN AND WOMEN OF COLOR TO ACHIEVE REPRODUCTIVE JUSTICE BY ERADICATING REPRODUCTIVE OPPRESSION AND SECURING HUMAN .
  4. Meztit says:
    SisterSong is a national, multi-ethnic, women-of-color-led organization that built and continues to boost the movement for Reproductive Justice (RJ) – the human right to maintain personal bodily autonomy, have a child, not have a child, and parent in safety with adequate resources. RJ was created by and for women and trans people of color, centering the needs and leadership of.
  5. Arat says:
    Nov 14,  · This year we joined with SisterSong: National Women of Color Reproductive Justice Collective to craft a Statement of Principles to guide clinicians, professional associations, service providers, public health agencies, private funders, and others in the provision of LARCs.
  6. Kazrataur says:
    SisterSong is committed to advancing birth justice and ensuring that we each decide how we labor and that we can do so with health and dignity. That is why we recently launched the Birth Justice Care Fund to help Black and other people of color, especially Queer and Trans folks in need of assistance/5(33).
  7. Nikojind says:
    Nov 21,  · The SisterSong conference offered a range of workshops on a variety of hot-button progressive topics, including environmental justice, immigration and Palestinian solidarity, as .
  8. Tautaur says:
    SisterSong, as you might have guessed, is a musical duo of two sisters,  Heidi Bettich Kays and Erika Bettich Ward, from Red Wing, Minnesota. They grew up in a home filled with friends and family sharing their love of music and togetherness.
  9. Kajirisar says:
    SisterSong is the largest national multi-ethnic Reproductive Justice collective. Our membership includes and represents Indigenous, African American, Arab and Middle Eastern, Asian and Pacific Islander, and Latina women and LGBTQ people.

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