Your PP GenAction Report Card
As the 2021-2022 school year comes to an end, it’s time to reflect on the hard work and successes of our college campus champions.
PPAMM’s 2022 Storyteller’s Bureau Gets to Work
Breaking stigma, one story at a time. Our storytellers are using their lived experiences to break stigma, moving toward compassion and understanding for all.
These trailblazing women are the champions we need
As more and more state legislatures move to ban abortion, forcing their residents to seek refuge in California for a safe and legal medical procedure, meet the legislators who are carrying our bills to make reproductive freedom a reality for all.
Action-packed first quarter of 2022
Primary Election endorsements announced, eight California legislature bills sponsored to expand abortion-access, and huge grassroots support organized in the Central Valley!
PP GenAction is the Future
Generation Action (GenAction) is a nationwide network of college and university chapters sponsored by local Planned Parenthood affiliates, including eight in PPAMM's region. See what these students have planned for this semester, and find out if there’s a chapter near you!
Introducing the PPAMM Storytellers Bureau
We've created a unique opportunity for 12 volunteers to experience in-depth storyteller and public speaking training and lift up their lived experiences to influence public policy and opinion.
Elected Official Spotlight
Nationwide, more laws were introduced restricting abortion access in 2021 than any other year on record. Meet the elected officials across our affiliate who are declaring: "Not here. We are a community that stands for reproductive freedom.”
Staff Advocacy Spotlight
While we remain an all-virtual team during the pandemic, our staff and board of directors keep pushing through adversity to carry out our mission: educate, advocate and mobilize support for access to sexual and reproductive health care.
It’s not just Texas. Abortion is on the line across the US.
So far, 2021 is the worst year on record for abortion restrictions.