Clergy Advocacy Board
The Planned Parenthood Federation of America Clergy Advocacy Board (CAB), dating from 1994, leads a national effort to increase public awareness of the theological and moral basis for advocating reproductive health. CAB members are dedicated clergy and faith leaders from different denominations and communities throughout the U.S. who work with Planned Parenthood at the national and state levels to further the goal of full reproductive freedom for all women and men.
UPDATE: See our statement on the July killings of Alton Sterling and Philando Castile, and the police officers killed in Dallas, TX.
The Clergy Advocacy Board is comprised of diverse faith leaders from all over the nation. They represent myriad cultural backgrounds, races, theological viewpoints and perspectives.
Read our values on contraception, abortion, sex education, so-called "crisis pregnancy centers," and other issues important to women's health and rights.
The faith leaders on the Clergy Advocacy Board have authored blogs, articles, essays, and op-eds discussing their views on women's health and rights. Read our writings.