In introducing the report, Asian Communities for Reproductive Justice noted:
While no one wishes defensive ballot measure fights upon themselves, Prop 4 was a catalyst for increasing our efforts to engage communities of color in critical voter education strategies while simultaneously supporting new leaders and building new coalitions that will serve our communities over the long term. Our organizations emerged from the elections stronger and better equipped to move a proactive agenda for reproductive justice.
The report is part of the Momentum Series of EMERJ (Expanding the Movement for Empowerment and Reproductive Justice), a national movement-building initiative of Asian Communities for Reproductive Justice.
Read our December posting on Ms. Foundation grantee electoral wins.