Be The Change

Be Informed! Learn more about the harms of abortion coverage bans.

These resources have the info you need learn more and  speak out.

Fact Sheet: Hyde Amendment

Fact Sheet: EACH Woman Act


Outshine The Opposition

Take action in your own community.

  • Get Loud AF with an end Hyde Spotify playlist and share it on social media or IRL. Check out the All* Above All Spotify page.
  • Collect petition signatures by sharing online, with your neighbors, or at local events.
  • Chalk a high-traffic sidewalk or public space to be Visible AF.
  • Write an op-ed or letter to your local paper. Make sure to take note of your paper’s submission guidelines.



Let ’em Know

Tell lawmakers to stop interfering in our personal decisions.

For more than four decades, politicians have pushed abortion out of reach using the Hyde Amendment.  This falls hardest on people struggling financially, especially  women of color, immigrants, transgender and non-binary people, and young people.

We are Tired AF of lawmakers interfering in our personal decisions.Tell your lawmakers to end the coverage bans- forever.



Dare to declare

Spark courageous conversations with friends & family.

Help build power to lift bans that deny abortion coverage. Social media and conversations in real life are Bold AF and change hearts and minds.

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  • Tag your posts with #BeBoldEndHyde
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  • Episode 9: Will Insurance Pay for My Abortion?

    April 29, 2021
    A Podcast About Abortion
    Spoiler alert: probably not. How the Hyde Amendment paved the way for other restrictions on public and private insurance coverage of abortion, and how people pay for their abortions when insurance doesn’t help. Guests: Abby Johnson (no, not that one) Yamani Hernandez, executive director of the National Network of Abortion Funds Kelsey Ryland, co-director of … Continued
  • Will the Biden Administration Get Bolder on Improving Abortion Access?

    April 27, 2021
    The Nation
    The Biden administration’s announcement this month that it would allow mifepristone to be sent by mail revolutionized access to abortion—in about half the country. Elsewhere, state laws requiring patients to meet with a provider in person preempt the new policy, underscoring just how much a person’s options depend on where they live.
  • Why Won’t President Biden Utter the Word ‘Abortion’?

    March 10, 2021
    ”President Biden is a compassionate leader who supports healthcare access and economic security for all people. His values align with abortion justice: He has prioritized racial equity, economic security and pandemic relief during his first 100 days in office,” Silvia Henriquez, co-president of All* Above All, said in a statement emailed to Playboy. “We’re urging … Continued
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