“Feminist Majority Foundation and Feminist Majority are proud to stand with Planned Parenthood in the face of these repeated attacks by the Trump administration on reproductive rights and justice for all people.”
Clinics will be given extra time to comply with a Trump administration rule announced last week that eliminated Title X funding for clinics that provide abortion referrals.
Patients and providers at an independent abortion clinic in Milwaukee have been victims of sustained harassment this week from anti-abortion extremists—and grassroots activists have come out to protect access.
As midwives, nurses, physicians and public health practitioners, and as patients ourselves, we cannot accept the president’s domestic gag rule—which inserts politics into the patient-provider relationship and puts women across the country at risk.
Nearly one-quarter of clinics reported confronting the most severe forms of anti-abortion threats and violence in 2018— including death threats, stalking and blocking clinic access—and nearly half reported incidents of severe threats, violence and harassment like robberies, break-ins and vandalism.
“I recognized that we can’t wait. The cavalry isn’t coming. I need to step up and do everything I can to make this a more just, humane world.”
Planned Parenthood isn’t waiting to see if the worst has yet to come for Roe v. Wade in the wake of Brett Kavanaugh’s confirmation to the Supreme Court. Instead, they’re planning to launch a multi-million dollar, nationwide campaign to ensure that abortion remains accessible—even if the landmark decision legalizing it nationwide is overturned. Kavanaugh’s confirmation to […]
“I am putting Allen County Right to Life, and all anti-women’s groups, on notice. You have intimidated and harassed us for the last time in this community. We will be back, stronger than ever before.”
“There is a power in gathering folks for a really fun evening. If you are laughing, you still have hope.”
Activists are paving the way for an abortion-friendly future for Mississippi with a scholarship fund for future providers.