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Founded in 1934 and based out of San Francisco, this affiliate to ACLU National is now at the forefront of every civil liberties battle in California.
Fighting to defend civil liberties in San Diego and Imperial Counties.
This is the oldest and largest ACLU affiliate in the nation, founded in 1923 by Upton Sinclair.
An organization, comprised of the nation's leading group of professionals providing health care for women, dedicated to enhancing its members' ability to promote women's health through education, advocacy, practice, and research.
ACRJ promotes and protects reproductive justice through organizing, building leadership capacity, developing alliances and education to achieve community and systemic change.
Black Women for Wellness is a multi-generational, membership-based organization committed to the well being of Black women and girls by building healthy communities through health education, empowerment and advocacy.
The California Coalition for Reproductive Freedom (CCRF) is a statewide alliance of nearly 50 organizations working to promote sexual and reproductive health, rights and justice. CCRF supports and facilitates member-driven intiatives including strategic communication, collaboration and collective policy advocacy to benefit California's diverse women, youth and communities.
CFHC carries out its mission by coordinating and supporting the delivery of health services in community-based organizations throughout California. The organization directs funding for providers of family health services, performs advanced research in reproductive health care and contraception, conducts education, training and community outreach efforts, and tests, implements and monitors effective programs.
California Latinas for Reproductive Justice (CLRJ) is a statewide policy and advocacy organization whose mission is to advance California Latinas’ reproductive health and rights within a social justice and human rights framework. CLRJ works to ensure that policy developments are reflective of the priority needs of Latinas, their families and their communities.
The mission of RJCLA is to promote, protect and strengthen reproductive freedom through visibility, education, advocacy, and community organizing.
Through personalized and non-judgmental support, education, self-help, and services, this health clinic empowers women to make the best health care decisions for themselves. There are clinics located throughout northern California including: Chico, Redding, Sacramento, and Santa Rosa.
WRRAP raises money for low income women of all ages, ethnicities and cultural backgrounds who are unable to pay for either emergency contraception or a safe and legal abortion.
 
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