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December 1 Digital Speak Out

On December 1, the U.S. Supreme Court will consider consider a case out of Mississippi that could overturn Roe v. Wade and pave the way for state across the country to ban abortion outright. This is a red-alert moment for reproductive freedom across the country. We cannot sit back while our rights are on the line.

Join us on our social media channels on Wednesday, December 1, for a digital speak out to sound the alarm on what’s at stake at the Supreme Court. Advocates in Virginia, West Virginia, North Carolina, and South Carolina will come together to break down abortion stigma and make clear that abortion is health care. Period. Join us to use your voice to fight for abortion justice.

Raleigh, NC Block Party


Charlotte, NC Rally with Cheri Beasley
“Fighting for Our Reproductive Freedom”


Abortion Is Essential: Rally For Our Rights in D.C.


What is Abortion for Y'all?

Planned Parenthood South Atlantic’s Abortion for Y’all campaign aims to educate folks about the ways abortion stigma shows up in our lives and activate them to push back against attacks on our health care, whether by having conversations with loved ones about the importance of abortion access or urging their elected officials to defend reproductive freedom. Abortion for Y’all is grounded in an abortion justice framework, working intersectionally to destigmatize abortion care and add more voices to the conversation. Abortion for Y’all is gender-inclusive, affirming, and unapologetic, and encourages courageous and compassionate dialogue and collective action.

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What is abortion justice?

"Abortion justice," coined by All* Above All, recognizes that legal protections do not guarantee access to health care and that systemic racism, economic insecurity, and immigration status make it harder for people of color, people experiencing financial hardship, and people who are undocumented to obtain an abortion. It's up to all of us to join the movement and fight for abortion justice for all.