We cannot sit idly by and allow a U.S. Supreme Court nominee to be pushed through in an election year. Voters must have their say at the polls and make their voice heard to their Senators.
Statement from Planned Parenthood Advocates of Iowa on President Trump’s U.S. Supreme Court Nominee Amy Coney Barrett
The future of health care and LGBTQ, abortion and equality rights—everything Ruth Bader Ginsberg spent her entire career advancing and protecting—are at stake with this nomination. Our elected officials should respect her last wishes to wait and install a replacement after inauguration, instead of putting divisive politics ahead of human decency and doing the right thing.
In the wake of the passing of Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, people are coming together to protect her legacy, progress, and to defend her last wish—that her seat on the Supreme Court is not filled until after Inauguration Day.
Phone banking is one of the best ways to reach the most people in the shortest time, and you can phone bank from the comfort of your own home!
Since Republicans took control of the Iowa Legislature in 2016, the attacks on sexual and reproductive health and rights have been relentless.
Isa is a Planned Parenthood volunteer and Speakers Bureau member. They were a member of the Drake University GenAction chapter, working on LGBTQ+ and reproductive rights issues with their peers. Isa now works to inform candidates about sex education, abortion access, and the importance of funding for Planned Parenthood.
A selection of resources for white and non-Black people of color to get started on exploring racial inequity in America. All videos are free to access!
The law, which would have mandated at least a 24-hour delay in accessing abortion services after an unnecessary additional visit to a health center, will be blocked while the court considers Planned Parenthood’s lawsuit against the State.
As Pride month comes to a close, we look back on the month of June as one that pushed us, challenged us, and called us to do more. We must never forget that Pride began as an act of protest by a Black trans woman. That protest continues.