Nine states have passed bills to limit access and procedures. In Washington this week, Planned Parenthood is confronting a new Trump administration rule stating that taxpayer-funded family planning clinics must stop referring women for abortions.
As Roe v. Wade continues to be litigated, PDF’s fiscally sponsored
Boston Abortion Support Collective
provides free physical, emotional, spiritual and informational support for people throughout the full spectrum of reproductive experiences, with a focus on abortion and pregnancy loss.
BASC is built on a foundation of
, described by SisterSong as a southern black movement that centers the voices and experiences of marginalized people and their intersecting identities in the fight for reproductive access, care and autonomy.
“We are an organization reclaimed and lead by people of color, gender variant people, queer people and immigrants with strong support from white accomplices,” they say. “We are as interested in breaking down the broader stigma around abortion as we are in supporting each individual. We are working to create an accessible culture of community based support.
“Because we believe everyone should have access to all the resources they need to choose whether, when and how to be sexual, to reproduce and to parent.”
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