CRRJ seeks to realize reproductive rights and advance reproductive justice by influencing legal and social science discourse, furthering research and scholarship, and bolstering law and policy advocacy efforts.



CRRJ concentrates on public support for poor and low-income people’s reproductive experiences. We are harnessing our unique position and privilege to target particularly complex, intractable, and unpopular issues ripe for fresh perspective and creative thinking. We’re currently focusing much of our efforts on welfare cash aid recipients who bear children, Medicaid beneficiaries who have abortions, and people who end their own pregnancies without medical supervision.