The WOMB (Black Cis-Women and Trans-peOple with reproductive issues facing Marginalization, systemic Barriers and racism) health research project will convene diverse groups of Black people (i.e. Black Francophones, Afro-Caribbean, Black Canadian, and Indigenous African) with common reproductive health issues (i.e. uterine fibroids and endometriosis) to discuss the barriers in accessing care that meets their needs. Black people with this shared experience are often disconnected due to shame, isolation, marginalization, lack of community supports and access to culturally competent healthcare providers. This project will engage Black people across the Greater Toronto Area in community meetings (virtually and in-person) to develop a plan of inclusive reproductive health programs and services to further improve their health.