We Must #ProtectRoe

We will not settle for anything less than full accountability for any representative who lets Trump get away with stripping our rights.


When Donald Trump ran for president, he said he would elect ‘pro-life’ Supreme Court justices – that means justices who would vote to overturn Roe v. Wade and decimate the right to legal abortion. We took him at his word then, and now that time is upon us. With the nomination of Brett Kavanaugh to the Supreme Court, Trump made true on his promise to nominate someone against abortion rights and many other progressive causes we hold dear. We will not let this stand. As an organization committed to direct action, this is exactly what we were built for, though we never would have asked for a struggle this dire. Join us now to #ProtectRoe and hold accountable those poised to take our rights. We absolutely cannot go back.



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Nov. 14

Reproaction Leads Informational Picket Outside of the Milwaukee Public Market #WIFights292 "People seemed confused and shocked, and some actually stopped in their tracks after reading the flyer."

Nov. 14

If storytellers want to dabble in abortion narrative, they have an obligation to accurately reflect what is happening in real life, which includes the full range of abortion options. Including medication abortion.

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Mid-Missourians Demand Senator McCaskill Vote NO on Kavanaugh

Fifteen of Senator McCaskill’s constituents showed up and highlighted the importance of protecting the landmark Roe v. Wade Supreme Court ruling, the Affordable Care Act, and also highlighted the accompanying danger that lies in confirming a supporter of presidential self-pardons in the midst of a very public federal investigation of the White House.


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Virginians Speak Out Against Kavanaugh Nomination

On August 26, activists organized Unite for Justice rallies across the nation to highlight what’s at stake with the Supreme Court vacancy and why senators must vote no on the confirmation of Judge Kavanaugh.

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