Don’t Ban Equality is a coalition of over 800 businesses making the clear case that public policies that restrict reproductive health care are bad for business. Access to reproductive healthcare is a core business issue because it impacts operations, benefits, culture, workforce health and safety, and competitiveness for talent – and it is backed by bipartisan public opinion.

These companies stand with Don’t Ban Equality

To access a regularly updated database of corporate responses to the overturning of Roe v. Wade, click here.

Register for our next private briefing for signers and other corporate allies on March 29th at 12 pm ET.

During this meeting, executives across industries will offer their perspectives on why businesses should and how companies can continue to support reproductive health. Speakers will include key medical, ligation, and policy experts from Planned Parenthood, ACLU, Center for Reproductive Rights, corporate executives, and more, to be announced soon. This is a closed, off-the-record conversation, with no media attending.

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Don't Ban Equality

It's time for companies to stand up for reproductive healthcare

What to know:

  • A majority of Republican (68%), Democratic (86%) and Independent (74%) workers think their employer should take concrete steps to protect abortion access. 
  • More than half of young women are making plans about where to live based on whether abortion is accessible in a state.
  • 65% of college-educated workers say that they would be discouraged from taking a job in a state where politicians are trying to restrict access to reproductive care.
  • Economic losses from existing reproductive care restrictions, including labor force impact and earnings, already cost state economies an estimated $105 billion annually
  • Women who don’t have access to abortion care are three times more likely to leave the workforce and four times more likely to live in poverty. (Key data here and here.)

Who is part of Don’t Ban Equality:

  • DBE represents more than 700 businesses in 40 states plus the District of Columbia, as well as companies with Corporate HQs outside of the U.S. who have a U.S. footprint. 
  • These corporations range in size from under 100 employees (64%), to midsize companies (17%), to companies with up to 270,000 employees (10.5%). 
  • 65% of companies have a female CEO or Co-CEO. 
  • This impressive span of businesses touches every corner of our lives including agriculture, finance, gaming, retail, hospitality, HR, tech, legal services, venture capital, and dozens more. 

See the complete list of company signers here.

Read the entire statement below and consider joining.

23andMe
Adasina Social Capital
Adore Me
Amalgamated Bank
American Sustainable Business Network
Asana, Inc.
Atlas Obscura
Atlassian
Away
B Lab US & Canada
Backstage Capital
Bad Robot Productions
Ben & Jerry’s Homemade, Inc.
Benefit Cosmetics
BerlinRosen
Bombas
Box, Inc.
BSR
Bumble
Burt’s Bees
Burton Snowboards
Cameo
Canva
Caribou
Chief
Chime
Clare V.
cocokind
COS
Creative Artists Agency
Daily Harvest
Deed
Dove
Dr. Bronner’s
e.l.f. Beauty
Edelman
Eileen Fisher Inc
ekaterra Tea
eos Products
Ethos ESG
Etsy
Eventbrite

Everlane
Farmgirl Flowers
Favor (Formerly The Pill Club)
Female Founders Fund
Fenty Beauty
Fenty Skin
FILA
Framebridge
Gather Voices
Glossier, Inc.
goop
Grindr
H&M US
Higher Logic
HigherRing, Inc.
Hinge
Human Ventures
IFundWomen
Indeed
Indiegogo
J.Crew
Jack Cooper
Knix
La Colombe Coffee Roasters
Legacy Vacation Resorts
Levi Strauss & Co.
Logitech
lululemon
Luminary
Lush Cosmetics
Lyft
M.M.LaFleur
M13
Madewell
Maesa
mara hoffman
MATCH GROUP
Mejuri
Meltwater
Michael Stars
Milk Bar
ModCloth
Momentive
Niantic

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Nordstrom
OJO Labs
OkCupid
Olo
PagerDuty
Pandia Health
Patagonia
PAX
Perelel
Reformation
Rent the Runway
Seventh Generation
SheaMoisture
SimpleHealth
Spot Insurance Inc.
Stitch Fix
Stix
Sunrun Inc
Taskrabbit
TAZO tea
The Body Shop
The Cru
The Knot Worldwide
The Myers-Briggs Company
TheRealReal
Thistle and Spire
Tinder
TMV
Tony’s Chocolonely
Trillium Asset Management
Twilio Inc.
Unilever United States
United Talent Agency
VICE Media Group
VidMob
Vimeo
Vox Media
Weber Shandwick
WP Engine
WPP
Yelp
Zendesk
Ziff Davis
Zola

Read the Statement

Equality in the workplace is one of the most important business issues of our time.

Restricting access to comprehensive reproductive care, including abortion, threatens the health, independence, and economic stability of our workers and customers.

When everyone is empowered to succeed, our companies, our communities, and our economy are better for it.

The economic losses from existing abortion restrictions, including labor force impact and earnings, already cost state economies across the nation an estimated $105 billion annually.* 

Simply put, public policies that restrict reproductive health care, including the Supreme Court’s recent decision to overturn Roe v. Wade, go against our values and are bad for business. It impairs our ability to build diverse and inclusive workforce pipelines, recruit top talent across states, and protect the well-being of all the people who keep our businesses thriving day in and out

The future of gender equality hangs in the balance, putting our families, communities, businesses, and the economy at risk.

We stand against policies that hinder people’s health, independence, and ability to fully succeed in the workplace.

*Source: Institute for Women’s Policy Research