- About HBC
- Advocacy & Birth Justice
BA NIA Inc is a reproductive justice and health equity organization focused on serving BIPOC birthing people on the South Side of Chicago. BA NIA implements 30 years of knowledge and experience nurturing the whole woman, child, and family.
Gifts from Liam collects diaper donations which are then repackaged with educational information and distributed through different community organizations. They provide education, services, and resources to promote healthy pregnancies and babies and supports families experiencing a perinatal loss.
If/When/How envisions a transformation of the legal systems and institutions that perpetuate oppression into structures that realize justice, and a future when all people can self-determine their reproductive lives free from discrimination, coercion, or violence.
JMACforFamilies works to abolish the current punitive child welfare system and to strengthen the systems of supports that keep families and communities together.
The upEND Movement is a collaborative movement that works to abolish the existing child welfare system, which is built on a model of surveillance and separation and more accurately described as a family policing system. Abolition requires ending this oppressive system AND imagining and recreating the ways in which society supports children, families, and communities in being safe and thriving.