The NYCLU fights for reproductive health care for all New Yorkers. Reproductive justice in New York includes rights and access to everything from abortion to prenatal care, as well as addressing the full scope of New Yorkers’ lives — every issue that impacts them as they shape and care for their families. This can be particularly important people facing historical and ongoing reproductive oppression, namely Black women and other people of color, pregnant and parenting people, minors, and people in jails and prisons. Discrimination and lack of care has put these groups at greater risk of maternal and infant mortality, forced medical interventions such as C-sections or sterilization, family separation, and inadequate access to quality and comprehensive health and child care.