Tell the Senate: Pass the Women’s Health Protection Act
We need the Women’s Health Protection Act—which would protect the right to abortion throughout the U.S. & guard against dangerous abortion bans and medically unnecessary abortion restrictions.
Quiz: How Much Do You Know About Recent Attacks on Abortion?
Think you know what’s going on in the fight for reproductive rights? Put your knowledge to the test — take the quiz.
Our Abortions, Our Stories
Every abortion story is valid, and people are sharing their stories (you can read some of them here). Stories can be about having an abortion, being a patient escort, helping a loved one get an abortion, and more.
Stand With Black Women
Planned Parenthood health centers serve more than 400,000 Black patients a year — but the work of standing with Black women goes far beyond providing health care.
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Contact Elected Officials
Contact them to speak openly about how you feel on the bills they’ve introduced, committees they serve on, and political contributions they’ve received
Be a Planned Parenthood Virtual Volunteer
You can help to defeat anti-reproductive rights lawmakers, stop bad bills and protect access to Planned Parenthood health centers by volunteering from home.
Get Involved Locally
Check out volunteer and job opportunities across the country, and find your state below for local advocacy information and even more ways to get involved.
Find an Event
Together, we can win. Find an event near you or create your own.
With one of the most extreme abortion bans this country has ever seen now in effect, politicians, neighbors, and even complete strangers can sue anyone who helps a person access an abortion in Texas after six weeks. This is a full-scale assault on abortion access.
Abortion is a human right. It’s time our government upholds, protects and defends that right — and the ability of providers to honor their oaths to truth, empathy and help.
Institutionalized discrimination in the U.S. health care system and economy has long created barriers for Black, Latino and other people of color from career and economic success. This limited access to financial security has numerous consequences — such as limited access to health care, including safe and legal abortion.
Defeat Attacks on Health Care
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