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The fight for abortion justice and reproductive freedom is a marathon — not a sprint — which means that it’s critical that we build a strong, sustainable movement. Creating the world we want takes all of us contributing in our own ways, but it does take all of us.

Whether you’re not sure how to get started or you’re ready to dig in deeper, here are a number of ways you can take action from anywhere in the state:

East Tennessee
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Our Fight for Bodily Autonomy

When Roe v. Wade fell in 2022, Tennessee enacted the most extreme abortion ban in the country. The state legislature continues to threaten our right to bodily autonomy, restrict access to reproductive health care, and put lives and families at risk. This is why we fight every day to advocate for and protect the rights of all Tennesseans to get the care they need.

According to May 2024's Vanderbilt University poll of 1,000 registered Tennessee voters:

  • 52% - more than half - of Tennessee's registered voters support bodily autonomy, reflecting a growing recognition of the importance of reproductive freedom. That number stood at 48% in 2022, and 45% in 2014. This reflects a palpable shift toward a pro-choice majority in Tennessee, and a growing recognition of the need to protect our right to decide. 

  • An overwhelming 82% of voters believe that IVF (in vitro fertilization) should be legal. This strong bipartisan support underscores the broad agreement on the necessity of reproductive health services, regardless of political affiliation.

Together, we fight for reproductive rights and care for all.

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