Clean Water and Reproductive Justice
Lack of Access Harms Women of ColorAccess to clean, potable water is critical to our daily lives. People need water to drink, to bathe, to wash their hands, to cook, to survive and, ultimately, to prosper. It’s completely unacceptable that millions of individuals living in the United States face the daily reality of exposure to contaminated water sources that present serious risks to reproductive and overall health. And those most at risk are women of color.
That's why the National Partnership joined In Our Own Voice, the National Asian Pacific American Women's Forum and the Sierra Club to bring you Clean Water and Reproductive Justice: Lack of Access Harms Women of Color:
- Full report
- Policy recommendations
- Case studies