New Voices for Reproductive Justice is a multi-state feminist organization dedicated to the health and wellbeing of Black women, femmes and girls, women of color, and LGBTQ+ people of color. Knowing that poor, low-income and working class women, young women, incarcerated women, and queer women of color are ignored, criminalized, and made unprotected socially and economically grounds their strategies. They work to develop community leaders by providing community organizing trainings and opportunities for mobilization, amplifying their message, and building a sustainable organization to support a growing base of Black women, women of color, and LGBTQ+ people of color leaders. In the past year, they have expanded their SistahSpeak! Youth Project that educates young Black girls, femmes, and women in sexual and reproductive health and provides space for mentoring and developing community organizing skills. Through all of their work, New Voices for Reproductive Justice hopes to amplify the multi-issue, multicultural and multigenerational aspects of Reproductive Justice to shift the current “pro-choice” and “pro-life” language and framework towards Reproductive Justice language, theory, and practice.