It is better to speak and act, remembering Assata Shakur’s wise reminder that we have nothing to lose but our chains.
This overwhelming support for Planned Parenthood is just a preview of what we’ll see this weekend and when members of Congress are home for recess.
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An estimated 3.3 million people delivered a message of solidarity — too many for newly elected President Donald Trump to ignore.
Since Donald Trump was elected president, Planned Parenthood health centers have received a deluge of calls from patients and supporters asking if they can still get the health care they need, if Planned Parenthood is staying open — and even if abortion is still legal. Don’t panic.
When Donald Trump was declared the next president of the United States, people who love Planned Parenthood clamored to make sense of it all. What can you do right now if you care about Planned Parenthood? Try these seven things.
We now face a very different future, and there is uncertainty ahead. But one thing is for sure: We will never back down, and Planned Parenthood will never stop providing the care patients need.
Donald Trump thinks he can insult, demean, and divide millions of Americans and still win the presidency. He’ll lose for that very reason.
Trump’s rhetoric could lead to real voter suppression and violence. And when Trump indicated that he’d reject the election’s results if he loses, he wasn’t just whining — he was stoking his supporters’ threats of violence, and encouraging voter intimidation and racial profiling at the polls.