The 2017 report seeks to inform policy makers, organizations and community members about both the policies that promote equitable outcomes for all families and the policies that harm families.
Throughout the legislative process, Strong Families New Mexico (SFNM), along with our community leaders and partner organizations, engages in the process to make sure the voices of our families and communities count. This resource will help New Mexcans understand the legislative process for how a bill becomes a law.
This report draws on the challenges that 19 organizations have faced in trying to implement efforts to end gender-based violence in New Mexico. It includes recommendations to address gender-based violence in the areas of policy, funding, programs and service provision.
This guide is designed for Latinx and Spanish language media who want to learn more about using a reproductive justice lens when reporting on abortion in the Latinx community. It was created in partnership with the California Coalition for Religious Freedom, California Latinas for Reproductive Justice, Colorado Organization for Latina Opportunity and Reproductive Rights, and the National Latina Institute for Reproductive Health.
Esta guía está diseñada para medios de comunicación que quieren aprender más sobre como reportar acerca del aborto utilizando un marco de justicia reproductiva en español y en la comunidad Latinx. Fue creada en colaboración con la Coalición de California para la Libertad Religiosa, California Latinas para la Justicia Reproductiva, Organización de Colorado para Oportunidades Latinas y Derechos Reproductivos, y la Instituto Nacional de Latinas para la Salud Reproductiva.
Developed by Micah Bazant, Forward Together, and CultureStrike. You are welcome to reprint or adapt this document, under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial 4.0 International License, with credit to the original authors.
The Reproductive Justice 101 visual timeline covers the resistance of communities, policies and programs that helped or harmed access to reproductive justice. Updated and shortened version of materials originally created by Western States Center. Bilingual English/Spanish.
Civic engagement means getting everyday folks involved in the decisions that affect our families and communities. Election season is an especially important time for us to speak up, and there are many ways we can all get involved in the process, regardless of our citizenship status or whether we can vote.
Factsheet on Oregon’s 2017 Paid Family Medical Leave legislation, including stories of Forward Together leaders impacted by the inclusive definition of family used in the proposal.