On the 40th anniversary of Roe v. Wade: what are the challenges to abortion access?
January 22nd, 2013
Categories: Abortion Support Network, Chicago Abortion Fund, DC Abortion Fund, Eastern Massachusetts Abortion Fund, economic justice, Funds, Hyde Amendment, immigrants' rights, Lilith Fund, Medicaid, New York Abortion Access Fund, TakeAction, Texas Equal Access Fund, unfair laws
On the 40th anniversary of Roe v. Wade, activists took part in an online discussion about the reality of abortion access. Click here to read some of the highlights from abortion funds and other reproductive justice activists.
ACCESS Women's Health Justice • Advocates for Women • Arkansas Coalition for Reproductive Justice • Backline • Bay Area Doula Project • California Latinas for Reproductive Justice • Carolina Abortion Fund • Chicago Abortion Fund • Choice USA • DC Abortion Fund • Ibis Reproductive Health • Justice for Kentucky Women • Lilith Fund for Reproductive Equity • National Latina Institute for Reproductive Health • National Network of Abortion Funds• National Women's Health Network • New Orleans Abortion Fund • New York Abortion Access Fund • North Dakota Women in Need Fund • Oklahomans for Reproductive Justice • Repeal Hyde Art Project • Reproductive Health Technologies Project • Strong Families • Texas Equal Access Fund • Women's Medical Fund • Women on Waves...and more!
@NYAAF Yes, but on the other hand, someone who has enough $ for an abortion in her own city isn't necessarily "affluent" @Richard_Florida
37 min 22 sec ago
@NYAAF @Richard_Florida Someone who has a modest income may be able to afford an abortion in her city. But not across the country.
1 hour 9 min ago
@NYAAF @Richard_Florida Yes, but there really is a geography of abortion access as well.
1 hour 10 min ago