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SisterSong Women of Color Reproductive Justice Collective

SisterSong’s mission is to amplify and strengthen the collective voices of indigenous women and women of color to achieve Reproductive Justice (RJ) by eradicating reproductive oppression and securing human rights. RJ is the human right to maintain personal bodily autonomy, choose when and how to have children or not, and parent in safety with adequate resources. RJ centers the needs and leadership of the most marginalized and the intersections of oppressions. The first RJ organization founded to build the movement, SisterSong includes and represents Indigenous, African American, Asian and Pacific Islander, Arab and Middle Eastern, Latinx, and queer women and trans people. A top RJ thought leader, trainer, organizer, and collaboration facilitator, our focus is Southern and national.

Organization

EIN 51-0544927
CategoryR
Reproductive Rights
Address
1237 Ralph D Abernathy Blvd Sw
Atlanta, GA 30310
United States of AmericaGoogle Maps
Total Revenue 
$22.27m
Total Expenses 
$10.19m
Net Income 
$12.08m
Total Assets 
$25.32m
Total Liabilities 
$176.37k
Net Assets 
$25.14m
Program Expense 
78.7%
Administrative Expense 
18.44%
Fundraising Expense 
2.85%
Working Capital 
2.47 yrs

Data from 2022 via Guidestar

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