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BY staff | Grand Rapids, Michigan | 11/16/22
People across Michigan are celebrating a victory with the passing of Proposal 3 which restores abortion rights in Michigan.
BY Liz Rathburn | Chicago, IL | 11/10/22
On November 7, more than 30 activists from Students for a Democratic Society and the Freedom Road Socialist Organization gathered for a march at the University of Illinois at Chicago.
BY staff | Milwaukee, WI | 9/25/22
The Milwaukee County Board of Supervisors passed a “Resolution on Abortion Access” on September 22.
BY Patricia Fish | Milwaukee, WI | 9/20/22
Students for a Democratic Society (SDS) at UW-Milwaukee rallied on September 15 to make Milwaukee an abortion sanctuary.
BY staff | Chicago, IL | 9/13/22
On September 7, 30 students marched at the University of Illinois at Chicago (UIC) to demand the administration open a reproductive health clinic on campus that is free for students and the community.
BY Siobhan Moore | Minneapolis, MN | 8/30/22
Chants of “When abortion rights are under attack, what do we do? Stand up fight back!” could be heard up and down Chicago Avenue and 41st Streets in South Minneapolis on Thursday, August 18, as 40 protesters gathered outside the Tandem Family Resource Center - one of Minnesota’s now-infamous “crisis pregnancy centers” - for a rally for women’s and reproductive rights.
BY staff | Milwaukee, WI | 8/22/22
On August 15, a brand-new grassroots organization, Reproductive Justice Action-Milwaukee, picketed outside the home of Milwaukee County District 6 Supervisor Shawn Rolland.
BY Lauren Forbush | Milwaukee, WI | 7/19/22
On the afternoon of July 17, about 65 people gathered in downtown Milwaukee to protest in the streets for reproductive justice. This event was led by a brand new grassroots organization named Reproductive Justice Action-Milwaukee (RJAM).
BY staff | New Orleans, LA | 7/14/22
Demonstrators marched to the mayor of New Orleans’ house on July 8 and taped two copies of a letter to her porch columns.
BY staff | New Orleans, LA | 7/13/22
On July 1, a group of 60 activists and community members marched to Mayor Latoya Cantrell's home demanding that she take action to defend reproductive rights.
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