Organizations and people united in pursuit of a future where each of us—regardless of who we are or where we’re from—are free to make the best health care decisions for our lives, our futures, and our families, without political interference.
More than 150 organizations make up this nationwide campaign (#ActForAbortionAccess) to support the Women’s Health Protection Act (WHPA)—federal legislation that advances equality, autonomy, and dignity for all people, protecting the right to access abortion care throughout the United States.
Our Unified Call for Action
The campaign unites a broad coalition of organizations committed to reproductive health, rights, and justice in support of the Women’s Health Protection Act.
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Every day, our member organizations work to advance economic equality, racial justice, youth rights, health equity, women’s rights, immigrant justice, and LGBTQ rights in states across the U.S. We have come together as the WHPA campaign to protect the right of every person to access the reproductive health care they need with the Women’s Health Protection Act.
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Our Common Goals
Together, we’re leveraging our ideas, our networks and our collective power to fight for a future where the right to abortion is guaranteed for each and every one of us.
Our aim with this campaign is to protect and extend the right to access abortion care—and we recognize that the fight does not end there. Black, Indigenous, Latina/x, Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders and other People of Color, transgender and non-binary people, people working to make ends meet, members of the LGBTQIA+ community, people with disabilities, immigrants, people who are incarcerated, and young people often encounter additional barriers to obtaining health services.
We support parallel efforts to remove all obstacles to accessing affordable, nondiscriminatory, and quality sexual and reproductive health care, including the Equal Access to Abortion Coverage in Health Insurance (EACH) Act, a federal bill to ensure that every person who receives health care or insurance through the federal government will have coverage for abortion care.