On Thursday, October 20 and Friday, October 21, join us for a Deep Canvass door knock blitz in support of Aleta Borrud and Liz Boldon – two candidates for Minnesota
Abortion care is healthcare. But people who want to steal away our reproductive rights want abortion care to be about shame. They want to isolate us through stigma because together,
When Roe v. Wade was overturned, I was not surprised. I was deeply saddened and worried by the fact that essential healthcare would no longer be available to millions. I
Demanding leadership from our congressional electeds has never been more important. We need the U.S. Senate to pass the Women’s Health Protection Act and the Ensuring Women’s Rights to Reproductive Freedom Act, which would codify Roe v. Wade into law and reaffirm the right to travel across state lines freely to access abortion.
Now, more than ever, we must imagine a new democracy. We’re imagining and building a future where our grief is transformed into profound collective action, and where each of us is ready to find a place in the movement to save each other instead of waiting for a politician or court to do it for us. When we act collectively, we have so much power.
I have this dear friend named LyLy. We met here at TakeAction as I started my new role from my bedroom in west Duluth. Minnesota was in its first weeks
Our solidarity in this moment is critical to protecting reproductive freedom – and we’re clear that this SCOTUS decision is about so much more than abortion access. Overturning Roe threatens the precedent that protects our constitutional human rights, from marriage equality and interracial marriage to trans rights and access to birth control. The implications of this ruling are far-reaching, and we all have a stake in what happens next.
With the Supreme Court poised to overturn Roe v. Wade any day, we’re staying grounded in the knowledge that abortion will remain legal in Minnesota; that we can amplify and support the decades-long work of abortion funds, freedom fighters, and reproductive justice champions; and that our liberation is bound together. Collectively, we have the power to care for each other and overcome this moment.
We’re going to keep fighting for health care access, our reproductive freedom, and for our civil and human rights – in Minnesota, and across the country. Here are eight essential abortion care funds, clinics, and advocacy organizations to RIGHT NOW to fight back.
We’re angry, heartbroken, and clear in our commitment to reproductive freedom. Abortion care is vital health care and must be available to everyone who needs it – no matter their gender identity, where they live, how much money they make, or whether they’re Black, brown or white.