You can give a financial contribution to Trust Black Women and support our national organizing. Maybe you are too busy to work on a campaign but you agree that Women’s Rights are Human Rights. Donate here.
Our campaign has been endorsed by many people who do Trust Black Women. Following is a partial list of endorsers who signed the following Statement of Solidarity: If you would like to join TBW, please click here.
Marcia Ann Gillespie, Writer, Editor Emerita Ms. and Essence Magazines
Eleanor Hinton Hoytt, Black Women’s Health Imperative
Jewell Jackson McCabe, President Emeritus of National Coalition of 100 Black Women
Dorothy Roberts, Law Professor of Northwestern University, author of Killing the Black Body
Toni Bond Leonard, Black Women for Reproductive Justice
Rev. Carlton Veazey, President/CEO, Religious Coalition for Reproductive Choice
Faye Wattleton, Center for the Advancement of Women
Janice Mathis, Rainbow PUSH
Rev. Penny Willis, Black Church Initiative, Religious Coalition for Reproductive Choice
Gloria Steinem, Activist
Alice Walker, Pulitzer Prize Winner and Activist
Beverly Guy-Sheftall, Women's Research and Resource Center, Spelman College
Angela Davis, Scholar & Activist
Women’s Media Center
Julian Bond, Board Chair, NAACP
The Honorable Barbara Smith, Albany, NY
Byllye Avery and Ngina Lythcott, The Avery Institute of Social Change
Dazon Dixon Diallo, SisterLove, Inc.
Rev. Susan Newman, Religious Coalition for Reproductive Choice
Paris Hatcher, SPARK Reproductive Justice NOW!
Reverend Antionette Kemp, Associate Minister, United Ghana Christian Church, Atlanta
Rev. Margaret E. Howland, Presbytery of Hudson River, Yonkers, New York
Paul D. Simmons, PhD, Th.M., Louisville
Rev. Laura Loving
Colleen Bowers, Presbyterians Affirming Reproductive Options, PCUSA
Rev. Elizabeth Griswold
Rabbi Andrew Bossov, Cherry Hill, NJ
Rev. Dottie Mathews, Associate Minister, Fox Valley Unitarian Universalist Fellowship, Appleton, WI
Rabbi Steven B. Jacobs, Founder Progressive Faith Foundation
Rev. Cynthia S. Bumb, Pastor, Pilgrim Congregational United Church of Christ, St. Louis, MO
Rev. Jack Zylman, Birmingham, AL
Rabbi Shelley Kovar Becker
Rev. Thomas A. Haller
Janet A. Holden, Unity Temple Unitarian Universalist Congregation, Oak Park, IL The Rev. Dr. Jean Rodenbough, Greensboro, NC Rev. Brenda Fletchall, Oklahoma
Patricia Relf Hanavan, Richland, MI
Barbara Harrison Condon, Idaho
Rev. Janet Schlenker, Aurora, Colorado
Rev. Steve Clapp, Christian Community, Inc.
Rev. Karen Lipinczyk, Pastor, St. Peter's UCC, Wadesville, IN
Bani Hines Hudson, Activist, Louisville, KY
Loretta Ross, Heidi Williamson, Serena Garcia, and Laura Jimenez,
SisterSong Women of Color Reproductive Justice Collective
Send information about Trust Black Women to your friends through social media such as Facebook, and Twitter. You can share here.
Contact us directly or the nearest Trust Black Women partnering organization to find out about organizing efforts near you. If you want to stop reproductive injustices in your local community and you would like us to help promote your efforts, contact us today by filling out the form below.
Hello, and thank you for contacting TBW. We will reply to your message as soon as we can.
SisterSong Women of Color Reproductive Justice Collective, Atlanta
SPARK Reproductive Justice Now, Atlanta
SisterLove, Inc., Atlanta
Black Women for Reproductive Justice, Chicago
Black Women’s Health Imperative, Washington, DC
SisterSong NY, New York City
California Black Women’s Health Project, California (statewide)
Black Women for Wellness, Los Angeles
Milwaukee Reproductive Justice Collective
Write a letter to the editor of your local print and online news publication, community radio or online radio station, blog,or use your social media to support Black women and our reproductive options. We have strong messaging that supports our human right to reproductive justice. If you need a template or sample, contact SisterSong and Trust Black Women by filling out the form below. Send Us A Copy
Join your sisters by keeping us in the loop about local anti-abortion billboards, legislation, or rallies. Contact SisterSong and the nearest Trust Black Women partnering organization to speak up for your community. Send your information here.
Site Map Login Contact