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BY staff | Baton Rouge, LA | 1/26/23
A crowd of about 100 people gathered on Sunday, January 22, at Galvez Plaza in front of Louisiana's Old State Capitol building in Baton Rouge to march on the current capitol building in protest of Louisiana's abortion ban.
BY Simon Rowe | Tampa, FL | 1/23/23
On Sunday, January 22, a coalition of Tampa activist groups led a 150-person march across downtown for reproductive rights.
BY staff | Milwaukee, WI | 1/20/23
On the evening of January 18, Reproductive Justice Action - Milwaukee (RJA-M) held a press conference and small rally outside of the Milwaukee County Safety Building.
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 Robyn Harbison | Minneapolis, MN | 10/12/22
On October 7, over 40 students and community members gathered at Morrill Hall at the University of Minnesota in Minneapolis to demand that the university administration take action to expand abortion access on campus.
BY staff | Arlington, TX | 9/14/22
On September 7, the Progressive Student Union held a rally here to speak out against the reversal of Roe v. Wade, as part of a wider national day of action called by Students for a Democratic Society.
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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