Health emergencies require quick actions adapted to unforeseen scenarios. However, the cycle of life continues even during emergencies. It is therefore necessary for issues related to reproductive justice to be at the center of the political debate. We can thus understand how their aspects are part of the crises, but also how they can be part of the plans for their solutions. The preservation of life and all its cycles is exactly what is at stake, since markers of race, gender, social class, environment, and economy are essential to understanding disproportionate impacts during public health emergencies and health crises.