Reproductive Justice & Planned Parenthood
A term originally coined in the United States by organizations that promote the rights of Native women and women of color, reproductive justice is a concept that links reproductive rights with social justice. Planned Parenthood Federation of America (PPFA), commonly shortened to Planned Parenthood, is the U.S./5
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Hey, it warmed up to double-digits! Celebrate the heatwave by venturing out to this great forum tonight. Connect with folks who can help you and take home information to share with your friends. See these wonderful ladies too! La'Tasha D. Mayes Susan Frietsche Aleigha Cavalier Leslie Bachurski. Hosted by: Women's Law Project, PPWP--Planned Parenthood of Western PA, New Voices Pittsburgh: Women of Color for Reproductive Justice, Consumer Health Coalition, Pennsylvania Women Work, The Midwife Center for Birth and Women's Health and Pennsylvania Health Access Network.
Planned Parenthood is organizing for reproductive justice in our state, and they need our help. Please contact Tamya if you can make it to PP in Tulsa to phone bank this coming Thursday evening!
If you're in or around Wilmington and passionate about reproductive justice, PProvide Wilmington, a Planned Parenthood community advocacy group, is having it's first meeting Thursday January 30th, 6 PM at the SEACC building at 317 Castle St. Please come!
US Supreme Court to hear abortion cases Since the retirement of moderate justice Sandra Day O'Connor, the court has been moving to the right, revising former precedents. New York times writes: The court has two cases concerning abortion on its docket. One of them, McCullen v. Coakley, No. 12-1168, is a challenge to a Massachusetts law that restricted protests near Reproductive Health care facilities. The court upheld a similar Colorado law in 2000 in Hill v. Colorado. “This is probably the most likely precedent to be overruled,” said Kannon K. Shanmugam, a lawyer with Williams & Connolly. The second one concerns whether states may limit the use of abortion-inducing drugs. The case, Cline v. Oklahoma Coalition for Reproductive Justice, No. 12-1094, has taken a detour to the Oklahoma Supreme Court, which has been asked for a clarification. When the case returns, the Supreme Court may well modify its understanding of one of Justice O’Connor’s central legacies, Planned Parenthood v. Casey in 1992. Th ...
Sunday, September 22 at 11:00am will be our Kick-Off Focus for Adult Religious Education class on Reproductive Justice. "A Regional Review of Reproductive Issues – Ruth Herbert, FNP, Guest Speaker Last May Vincent Lachina, a chaplain with Planned Parenthood, spoke to our fellowship about reproductive justice issues in America. We are pleased to have Ruth Herbert, FNP speak on local issues concerning this subject. Ms. Herbert has been a family nurse practitioner in Redmond since 1979, owned and operated Redmond Northside Health Care, and taught at OHSU. This topic has been a long-standing interest and passion of hers. She will share her unique insights into such questions as: What concerns do local women have and how have reproductive justice issues in Central Oregon changed over the years? The six-week Adult RE class on reproductive justice begins on Tuesday, September 24, 7:00 - 8:30pm in the Cottage (the small house off the parking lot at the Old Stone Church). Call the church office for more inform . ...
This year, we are stepping up our action for Reproductive Justice, focusing on women's reproductive choice. All are invited to commemorate the 40th anniversary of Roe v. Wade on Sunday, 1/27, 1:30 - 3:30 p.m. at Birmingham Unitarian Church, 38651 Woodward Avenue, Bloomfield Hills. See Dorothy Fadiman's film "From the Back Alleys to the Supreme Court and Beyond" (tells the history of Reproductice Rights in the U.S.) and hear former State Rep. Lisa Brown, who will discuss the recent dangerous, sweeping attacks on women's health in the state legislature. Sponsored by Planned Parenthood of Michigan, National Council of Jewish Women, the ACLU - Michigan, and Macomb-Oakland NOW.
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