Bold statement graphic for Youth Abortion Access Week with an If/When/How logo in the upper right corner. The background is a mustard yellow with primrose centered text that reads, “Young people are capable of making their own decisions about their bodies and lives.” To the left of the “og” is a multicolored butterfly and flowting of the period that ends the statement is a multicolored butterfly below and to the right.
08.30.2022  /   If/When/How Staff
Abortion is still a human right, and young people should have full autonomy over their own pregnancy, birthing, and parenting decisions.... Read more
Bold statement graphic for If/When/How's gifth annual Youth Abortion Access Week. The graphic has an If/When/How logo in the upper right corner. The background is three different colored stripes with each stripe highlighting a part of the statement. The top is a light blue with dark purple text and reads, "If your activism comes with an asterisk." The next stripe is pink with red text that reads, "excluding young people under 18." And ends in a stripe of dark purple with pink text,"then you do not stand for abortion rights for all."
08.29.2022  /   If/When/How Staff
If there is going to be a future for abortion access, it must be a future in which all people have true access to confidential abortion care, including young people under 18 years old.... Read more
Pink and lavender gradient grainy background graphic highlighting a key finding from If/When/How's recently released research on abortion criminalization in the U.S. In the upper right corner is the If/When/How logo. In the center is dark crimson text that reads, "Mapping abortion criminalization." Below is a United States map with states where people have been criminalized for abortion highlighted in dark red. The state are California, Idaho, Arizona, Nevada, Utah, Colorado, Texas, Oklahoma, Iow, Arkansas, Wisconsin, Illinois, Michigan, Indiana, Ohio, Mississippi, Tennessee, Florida, Georgia, South Carolina, North Carolina, Virginia, Maryland, D.C., Pennsylvania, New York, and Massachusetts. Below in crimson text is elaboration on the finding: From 2000 to 2020, If/When/How identified 61 cases of people criminally investigated or arrested for allegedly ending their own pregnancy or helping someone else do so..
08.9.2022  /   If/When/How Staff
61 people have been criminalized for self-managed abortion in the last twenty years. New research from If/When/How shows what the future of abortion criminalization could look like.... Read more
06.24.2022  /   If/When/How Staff
A statement from If/When/How on Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization.... Read more
10.11.2019  /   webmaster
By Lucie Arvallo, J.D., If/When/How Reproductive Justice Fellow at the National Latina Institute for Reproductive Health

Justice Kavanaugh was nominated and confirmed because conservative extremists trust him to rule against abortion. But I'm not backing down.... Read more
01.22.2019  /   webmaster
By Jeryl Hayes, J.D., LL.M., If/When/How Movement Building Director

On the Roe anniversary, we have to push ourselves to think beyond the legal framework of Roe to address the current reality of what abortion access looks like in our country today.... Read more
06.27.2018  /   webmaster
By Jon Wong, Network Advancement Associate at If/When/How

The freedom and ability for people to have agency and access to the reproductive health care that's right for them is fundamentally tied to the freedom and ability for people to be who they are or have intimate relationships with who they like. Thus, the reality is that queer justice is reproductive justice and reproductive justice is queer justice. ... Read more