The communities in which we live have always been at the center of the work that reproductive health, rights, and justice advocates do every day. This has never been truer than it is now, in a time when anti-choice politicians are steadily chipping away at access to the resources and information people need to make the reproductive health decisions that are best for themselves and their families. In the face of the antipathy to reproductive health and rights that characterizes many statehouses across the country, our own localities can provide fertile ground for innovative strategies to mitigate attacks on reproductive health care. As this Primer on Local Advocacy will show, it is in our own backyard that we can forge ahead with proactive policies and programs.

View Building Blocks for Change: A Primer on Local Advocacy for Reproductive Health, Rights, and Justice.