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Reproductive Rights

Reproductive Rights

People have the right to have children or not, and  to parent in a safe, healthy environment

Our voice

  • Signatories of the “Don’t Ban Equality” initiative
  • Signatories of the Pregnant Workers Fairness Act
  • Signatories of an Amicus Brief for the Center of Reproductive Rights
  • Signatories of Rhia Ventures business letter outlining where corporations can take a positive role in ensuring their employees’ access to full reproductive health services: insurance, benefits, public policy, and political spending
  • PPFA Corporate Advisory Board founding member

Our money

  • We only donate money to pro-choice political candidates
  • Partnered with Planned Parenthood of NYC in our Affinity program to raise funds to protect women’s rights
  • Built an innovative lending solution to support Planned Parenthood affiliates across the country

Our practices

  • Healthcare and parental benefits are equally provided to all gender identities, as well as to both biological and adoptive parents

Why Amalgamated?

Block
$6 billion

in assets

100%

committed to renewable energy

98 years

of making a difference

Putting our mission into action

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Pride flag
Pride

It feels like ages since we have been able to come together. LGBTQ+ Pride, internationally recognized each June, coincides this year with a mass gathering of every other community, as many of us remove our masks and embrace friends and family for the first time in months.

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Man wearing mask
workers' rights

The light at the end of the pandemic tunnel has gotten a little brighter recently, especially as the number of U.S. COVID-related hospitalizations continues to dwindle and the number of fully vaccinated people in the country reaches nearly 40% of the population.1

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Hand holding birth control pills
corporate and social responsibility

Amalgamated Bank was disappointed to hear of the Supreme Court’s decision to affirm a Trump Administration order that would allow employers to limit access to contraception under the Affordable Care Act. We joined an amicus brief before the ruling in support of universal access to contraception and condemn this ruling, which will affect an estimated 126,000 women.