This summer, Reproaction activists in Missouri were busy taking direct action to advance reproductive justice and increase access to abortion.
The hypocrisy of the ‘pro-life’ movement would be laughable if it wasn’t so horrifying.
Reproaction is proud to be spearheading this work in partnership with NARAL Pro-Choice Virginia and the Falls Church Healthcare Center in Northern Virginia. We are also thankful for the support from Shout Your Abortion, which provided us with tips and materials for this event.
As more anti-abortion legislation is passed and more anti-abortion judges are appointed, it becomes increasingly important to call out this kind of propaganda.
In 2016, Milwaukee County had the highest number of cases referred for investigation of alleged unborn child abuse in Wisconsin.
Fetal personhood laws, similar to Act 292, undermine the safety and well-being of pregnant people, their pregnancies, and pregnancy outcomes.
Reproaction deliberately chose to leave informational flyers on Act 292 at free prenatal care providers because laws like Act 292 are disproportionally enforced against marginalized people.
Double the Accountability: Reproaction Leads Simultaneous Actions to Expose Anti-Abortion Fake Clinics in St. Louis
Reproaction continues to lead the fight to hold deceptive, anti-abortion fake clinics accountable for the harm they are causing to our communities and their misuse of public funds.
All Wisconsinites should have all the information when they seek prenatal care, drug treatment, or health care services while pregnant.
Although the state’s public health and children and family services agencies did not support the law when it passed in1997 , Act 292 had the support of anti-abortion activists and organizations. The law continues to have the support of anti-abortion activists, politicians, and organizations to this day.
We chose to picket at Milwaukee PrideFest because reaching all communities impacted by continued enforcement of Act 29 is an incredibly important aspect of the #WIFights292 campaign.