It’s Time to Expand Abortion Access in Minnesota.
UnRestrict Minnesota works to protect, expand, and destigmatize access to abortion care–and all reproductive healthcare—in Minnesota through public education, advocacy, and the law.
Our vision is to achieve full reproductive justice, an organizing framework created by Black women where every person has the ability to decide if, when, and how to become a parent; raise healthy children in safe and thriving communities; and have gender freedom and bodily autonomy.
We are led by a multi-racial coalition of LGBTQ+ advocates, faith communities, clinicians, activists, doctors, abortion funds, lawyers, organizers, healthcare clinics, doulas, podcasts, and more. Learn more about our partners.
2023 Reproductive Freedom Legislative Agenda
In the wake of the U.S. Supreme Court eliminating the federal right to an abortion and overturning Roe v. Wade in its decision Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization, reproductive freedom in the United States is under assault. But in Minnesota, thanks to our historic pro-reproductive majority in the Minnesota legislature, we can make sure that reproductive freedom is protected and expanded by passing our legislative agenda.
Join the millions of Minnesotans who agree everyone should have the power and ability to make healthy decisions about their own bodies, decide whether and when to become a parent, and raise healthy children in our communities if we decide to become parents.
What Minnesotans are saying…
Abortion is healthcare. Healthcare is a human right. Parenting (or not) is up to each person.Jourdan
Because every woman should have the choice. What’s right for one, may not be right for another.Anonymous
Everyone has the right to decide what they want to do with their own bodies. Abortion access is a racial and economic justice issue.Anonymous
A woman should have the final say about her body, not lawmakers!Lisa
Abortion is health care. We need to take the politics out of a personal and private decision.Clive – Minneapolis, MN
Access is all Minnesotans living within an hour of an abortion provider.Hayley – Duluth, MN
After I got my abortion, I felt relief. I felt good. I always felt it was the right choice, still to this day.Ashley
Every person should have control over their body and when they are ready to be a parent.Elena
Everybody deserves to decide when they want to become a parent. Their body, their choice.Emma
If you are a person who would never have an abortion, would never have kids, already has kids, doesn’t know if you want kids, can’t have kids or has never thought about having kids, you have a place in our movement.Erin Maye Quade
My abortion was where I took action, where I made the best decision for me and my family.Elizabeth – Minneapolis, MN
No one religion should be enshrined inlaw or dictate public policy on any issue — including abortion. Anything else is a violation of my religious freedom.Beth – Minneapolis, MN
People need access to safe and affordable reproductive careMike
Reproductive freedom is human freedom. To say otherwise is to say women aren’t human.David
Betcha didn’t know!
Less than 5% of Minnesota counties have clinics that provide abortion care. The majority of Minnesotans (65%) live outside of these counties.
Check out these state facts about abortion in Minnesota.
Betcha didn’t know!
In Minnesota, there are 98 anti-abortion fake health centers receiving taxpayer funding on an annual basis.
Anti-abortion fake health centers are designed to mislead and discourage women from deciding to have an abortion.
Meet our community partners.
A multi-racial coalition of LGBTQ+ advocates, faith communities, clinicians, activists, doctors, abortion funds, lawyers, organizers, healthcare clinics, doulas, podcasts, and more have come together to support every Minnesotan’s right to make their own decision about whether and when to become a parent.
Learn more about each of our partner organizations, their missions, and how you can support their work.
Looking for an opportunity to volunteer or intern? Check out opportunities to get involved.