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On June 24, 2022, the U.S. Supreme Court issued a shameful ruling overturning Roe v. Wade, the nearly 50-year-old landmark decision recognizing the federal constitutional right to abortion. This decision is an unprecedented attack on women’s rights and reproductive freedom, and the effects will be immediate and far reaching.
Regardless of this horrendous decision, abortion is still our right. We all deserve the power to control our bodies, lives, and futures. Abortion is also health care. Getting access should not depend on where we live, how much money we make, or who we are. Abortion access is but one of a wide array of rights at stake — the same politicians banning abortion are also attacking our right to vote, access birth control, marry who we love, and hold police officers accountable.
Help us fight against this injustice by pledging your support, donating, taking to the streets, and sending a message to politicians at the ballot box: Abortion is a right, and you can’t ignore us.
News and Commentary
How Officials in Georgia are Suppressing Political Protest as ‘Domestic Terrorism’How Officials in Georgia are Suppressing Political Protest as ‘Domestic Terrorism’
Misguided, draconian laws are being used to punish and chill legitimate political protest.
My Son's Hair is Part of a Thousand-Year-Old Tribal Culture. His School Called it a 'Fad.'My Son's Hair is Part of a Thousand-Year-Old Tribal Culture. His School Called it a 'Fad.'
The school’s requirement is a rejection of who he is and a demand that he sacrifice his culture and heritage to conform to baseless and unfair rules.
My Conviction Meant 40 Years Without A Vote. Not Anymore.My Conviction Meant 40 Years Without A Vote. Not Anymore.
Minnesota just restored the right to vote for people with felony convictions, like me.