Persisting, Resisting & Rising
We've been fighting for comprehensive reproductive rights in New York State since 1972.
Throughout the nation, we are experiencing an unprecedented time of reproductive rights attacks, political mobilization, and action.
The women of New York need us now more than ever.

OUR MISSION
Ensure that all women, regardless of age, race, class, status, geography or ability to pay, have full, unimpeded access to reproductive health care.

HOW WE DO IT
To make our mission a reality, we work to get pro-choice candidates elected and appointed at every level of government.

AFFILIATIONS
WCLA - Choice Matters is not a member or ally of any political party. We rely on support from donations and grants.

Recent Posts

Our Resistance & former Attorney General Schneiderman  May 11th, 2018

Dear Friends, Many New Yorkers are still reeling from the news story that broke on Monday. Four women are accusing now former NYS Attorney General Eric Schneiderman of violence and abuse. It is hard to reconcile that the described actions and accusations can be attributed to the same person that inspired many of us and  … Read more

The Practices of Anti-Choice Crisis Centers Aren’t Just Misleading, They’re Unconstitutional May 11th, 2018

The existence of anti-choice crisis pregnancy centers that disguise themselves as real clinics is already deeply unsettling. However, a recent Rewire article sheds light on something even more appalling: some of these centers in North Carolina are using federal money to buy programs that spread misinformation about abortion and promote Christianity.[1] The program in question  … Read more

Choice vs Conscience [sic]: The Struggle for Contraception in Rural America May 10th, 2018

At a time when reproductive rights feel are constantly under attack, it is especially discouraging to find that access to reproductive health care— contraceptive care in particular— is being inhibited even in progressive states. A recent article from Rewire exposes the struggles that women in California face when attempting to obtain contraception. Although California is  … Read more