Advocates noted that federal funding for abortion is not a cultural issue, but an economic and racial justice issue. Women of color, low-income women, Native American women, young women, and immigrant women are disproportionately affected by federal abortion funding bans.
Charleston, West Virginia wouldn’t at first glance seem to have much in common with Cerritos College, a predominantly Latino community college with its campus in Los Angeles. But thanks to the All* Above All campaign, both are places where people are mobilizing in support of their shared belief that every woman, however much she makes or wherever she lives, […]
More than a dozen people gathered at the state capitol today for a press conference to call for a ban on tax-payer funding for abortions. The grassroots effort was launched by West Virginians for Life. Supporters said they don’t believe in paying for a procedure they think is morally reprehensible. Click through to read more.
Several groups planned and executed a “Twitter storm” to express their support for access to abortions and discourage Attorney General Morrisey from implementing harsh abortion regulations. Click through to read more.
We recently wrote to West Virginia Attorney General Patrick Morrisey to voice our shared concerns over his recent inquisition and media campaign that singles out women’s health centers in West Virginia. Click through to read more.