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As our Board’s Executive Committee shared last month, the NARAL Boards adopted a new Strategic Roadmap that includes important decisions about how to modernize our organizational structure and where to focus our efforts to ensure we’re ready for the fights ahead.

The work before us in the reproductive rights, health…


Medication abortion is a safe and effective option for ending an early pregnancy — but, the anti-choice movement is waging an all-out disinformation campaign about medication abortion care, aiming to push access to care out of reach for people across the country. …


An open letter from the Executive Committee of the NARAL Pro-Choice America Board:

Our nation faces a historic moment in the movement to ensure reproductive freedom for every body, and NARAL Pro-Choice America is committed to meeting it. We are doing our part to elect champions who will safeguard our…


NARAL volunteers fuel our movement and deserve to be celebrated every day for their commitment to fighting to protect and expand reproductive freedom for every body.

In 2020, as part of our largest-ever electoral program, NARAL volunteers left nothing to chance and worked day in and day out to mobilize…


Lawmakers hostile to our fundamental rights in states like North Dakota, Alabama, and Mississippi are engaging in a coordinated attempt to ban transgender children from playing sports and eliminate access to gender-affirming healthcare. Of course, anti-choice activists have joined this chorus of attacks, amplifying harmful disinformation about transgender and non-binary…


Does your dog let out a yelp every time Fox News flashes across your screen? Has your pup been known to start chasing their tail at the sound of Senator Ted Cruz’s voice? Does your pupper bark back at anti-choice disinformation?

If you answered “yes” to any of these questions…


With a Trump-shaped hole in the Republican Party and a wave of conspiracy theorists finding footholds in the halls of Congress, the GOP is more extreme than ever. …


Michelle Browder, a nationally recognized artist and activist, is bringing light to racial disparities in healthcare through art, history, and long-overdue conversations. …


In 1968, Shirley Chisholm became the first Black woman elected to the United States Congress. She was also the first Black woman to compete for the Democratic Party’s presidential nomination and the first Black presidential candidate for either party.

from NARAL’s “World Changing Women” note cards

Chisholm proposed pro-choice legislation in Congress and encouraged the New York…

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NARAL Pro-Choice America is fighting for reproductive freedom for every body.

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