RJ4NGP is a campaign centered around the tenets of Reproductive Justice social movement, founded by a group of 12 back women almost 20 years ago. RJ4NGP works to engage and mobilize voters around the issues that most impact our families and communities.   These are best explained by the Four Pillars of Reproductive Justice: The right to have a child, The right to not have a child, bodily autonomy, and the ability to raise your family in a safe, free, and sustainable environment.

What is Reproductive Justice?

Simply put by pioneering organization SisterSong “The human right to maintain personal bodily autonomy, have children, not have children, and parent the children we have in safe and sustainable communities.”  Reproductive Justice can be described as the all-encompassing “mama” if you will of social justice issues.  Reproductive Justice spans the gamut of fighting for access to abortion for all women, to environmental justice, to criminal justice reform. While founded for and by Black women, Reproductive Justice touches the lives of every person, and in some way speaks to issues that all communities face regardless of identity(ies).
RJ Pledge Card

Our rights are in danger.

Our bodies, our healthcare, our neighborhoods, and civil liberties are under attack.

We are at one of the most critical impasses in our nation’s history. Pledge today that you will do your part to defend our Reproductive Rights and Justice today.

The Four Pillars of Reproductive Justice

Bodily Autonomy:

We have the right to decide what we do with our bodies, and we deserve an electorate that will fight for that right. 


Have Children:

We have the right to elect a governing body that will fight for healthcare access for all Georgians.


Not Have Children:

We believe that deciding not to have a child should remain uncompromised by elected leaders. 


Parent the Children We Have In Safe and Sustainable Communities

We envision communities with plentiful resources and safety and will not accept elected leadership that continue to strip our communities of resources and treat our communities as political pawns