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I knew when I decided to blog about abortion rights activism that there was no way I could even begin to cover everything. So much affects access to abortion - income, location, race, sexuality, past experiences and trauma, family structure, stigma, education - there’s no end to what we can do to improve it!
If you want to know more about activism, get involved, or keep up with ongoing campaigns, here are some places to start:
Because of our flawed health care system and the stigma surrounding abortion, abortion funds are an essential part of reproductive health care. I hope today inspired you all to donate, volunteer, or simply spread the word! Rights mean nothing without access, and we all play a part.
If you want to learn more about abortion funds, take some time to explore the National Network of Abortion Funds. On Tumblr, I Fund Abortions highlights staff and volunteers, and their reasons for the work they do. There are dozens of abortion funds on Twitter, so check out my People I Follow page for a list, and stay up to date with volunteer trainings, legislation, and other events in your area.
If you just can’t wait to get involved, this April is the fifth annual National Abortion Access Bowl-A-Thon, so click through to sponsor a team, find a team in your area, or participate in the Virtual Bowl-A-Thon!
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