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Center for Reproductive Rights Announces Vivian Siu as Chief Marketing and Communications Officer

(PRESS RELEASE) Vivian Siu has joined the Center for Reproductive Rights as Chief Marketing and Communications Officer. Siu most recently served as Director of Communications at The Intercept…

Tell the Trump Administration: Don't restrict access to birth control

Access to birth control should never depend on your income, job, university, or employer's opinions.

That’s why we submitted a complaint in federal court taking on the Trump administration’s new rules limiting access to birth control…

Center for Reproductive Rights Joins Black Mamas Matter Alliance and Reproductive Justice Groups in Fight for Maternal Health Care at the Fifth Circuit

(MEDIA ADVISORY) - The Center for Reproductive Rights today filed an amicus brief in a federal appeals court on behalf of the Black Mamas Matter…

Medical Students for Choice vs. Wright

 The Center for Reproductive Rights submitted a complaint today in federal court in the District Court of the District of Columbia challenging interim

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Center for Reproductive Rights Announces Challenge to Trump Administration’s Contraceptive Coverage Rules

(PRESS RELEASE) The Center for Reproductive Rights submitted a complaint today in federal court in the District Court of the District of Columbia challenging interim final rules released last week by the Trump administration that threaten to curtail access to birth…

State District Court Permanently Blocks Oklahoma Restrictions on Medication Abortion Due to Legal Challenge from Center for Reproductive Rights

A state district court today permanently blocked  a 2014 Oklahoma measure that restricts a woman’s access to medication abortion—a non-surgical method of ending an pregnancy…

Our Work in Focus

In June 2015, the Center for Reproductive Rights partnered with SisterSong Women of Color Reproductive Justice Collective to host Black Mamas Matter, a cross-sectoral convening of leaders on Black maternal health…
Across the United States, Black women die or suffer serious illness during and after childbirth in dramatically disproportionate numbers—three to four times higher—than do their white counterparts…
(PRESS RELEASE) Women in Texas and across the country continue to face discrimination and extreme barriers to basic health care services like abortion—according to independent experts from the United Nations (U.N.) Working Group on Discrimination against Women in Law and in Practice…
With the recent clinic attack in Colorado, repeated congressional efforts to defund Planned Parenthood, and an upcoming abortion rights battle at the U.S. Supreme Court, the assault on women’s reproductive health care has become impossible to ignore…