We Envision a World Where
All People Have Access to Reproductive Healthcare

What is Reproductive Justice?

SisterSong defines Reproductive Justice as the human right to maintain personal bodily autonomy, have children, not have children, and parent the children we have in safe and sustainable communities.

Health Equity Statement

We humbly acknowledge we are gathered upon and occupy the ancestral and treaty lands of the Coast Salish People. This land has shown us the gift of community, connection, and reverence. May we continue to seek guidance from the elders and land-keepers who have been nurturing the biodiversity of this region for countless generations. We thank them for their stewardship of this land. We hope to be good guests.

Our mission is to strengthen, amplify and sustain the voices of BIPOC and LGBTQIA+ and differently abled people who have been harmed by institutionalized systems of power, specially in the healthcare setting. We work to reduce health inequities which are rooted in historical and contemporary injustices, as well as discrimination.

We do this by:

  • Centering and embedding equity in our practice, processes, action, clinic offerings and community partnerships.
  • Work to build alliances and share power through meaningful engagement with our patients and community resources.
  • Work to ensure equitable opportunities and access to our services for people who have been harmed or denied reproductive health care.

Research On Acupuncture and Reproductive Medicine:

Published Studies on Fertility Outcomes Using Chinese Medicine >> Download Here

This is file contains nine sections on the most current studies on:

  • Acupuncture and Embryo Transfer, Most Relevant
  • Acupuncture and Embryo Transfer, Other Publications
  • Acupuncture and Blood Flow to the Uterus and Ovaries
  • Acupuncture and Sperm Quality & Count
  • Acupuncture, Stress and Fertility
  • Meta Analyses and Recent Reviews
  • Acupuncture and Pregnancy
  • Acupuncture and Endometriosis
  • Acupuncture and PCOS