“If the sexes and all people are to be equal, abortion has to be actually accessible and not just technically legal.” – Amanda Gorman
Reproductive rights are under attack across the nation. Are you ready to take action to ensure reproductive rights in New Jersey? The Texas Abortion Ban and SCOTUS’s failure to take action is being viewed as a harbinger of the decision to come next year when the justices release their decision on the Mississippi case. Abortion rights activists across the country are taking to the streets this weekend to make their voice heard.
Join NOW New Jersey and other advocates as we march and rally across the state. NOW New Jersey is the proud sponsor of three events on October 2.
New Jersey Women’s March – Montclair, 10 AM
New Jersey Women’s March – Willingboro, 1 PM
March in support of Reproductive Justice with the Governor, First Lady, Lieutenant Governor, Legislators and more. If you are attending this march, look for us as we will be handing out NOW rounds. South Jersey NOW – Alice Paul Chapter is also co-sponsoring.
Everyone has a story… – Warren township, 2 PM
Everyone has a story… Nearly one in four women in the United States (23.7%) will have an abortion by age 45, according to a new analysis by Guttmacher Institute. So either you had one or know someone who did – your story, their story is important. Come share your story and why you choose to fight for reproductive justice. This rally is being hosted by NOW New Jersey and co-sponsored by Planned Parenthood Action Fund of New Jersey.
Unable to join us but want to help us fight for reproductive rights in New Jersey? Donate below and visit our website for information on the Reproductive Freedom Act and actions you can take.
Hope to see you on Saturday!
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