Reproductive justice health remains a top priority globally and requires proactive involvement, voice, protest, leadership, policy advocacy, research and scholarship to activate and maintain reproductive health access, information, and rights.  We also know reproductive health cannot be separated from other social conditions—reproductive health is a gender, sexuality, race, class and colonial issue—and thus will require alliances with groups who work to dispel myths, provide re-education, and work against nation-state violence and oppression.

Frontiers Editors stand in solidarity with all those working for reproductive justice including Black Lives MatterTrust Black WomenNew Voices for Reproductive JusticeNational Latina Institute for Reproductive Justice, Queering Reproductive Justice, Colectiva Mujer y Saludand the National Women’s Studies Association statement on reproductive justice.  

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