The Path Forward on Abortion Resource Guide

January 10, 2023

This page is updated regularly.

January 22nd marks 50 years since Roe v. Wade, the Supreme Court decision that affirmed the constitutional right to abortion. Unfortunately, in June of 2022, this decision was overturned.

For the first anniversary in 50 years without the protections of Roe, take action to protect abortion access! 

TOP ACTIONS TO PROTECT ABORTION ACCESS:

  1. Amplify abortionfinder.org & INeedAnA.com for people seeking abortions
  2. Donate to abortion funds, which provide financial assistance, travel, lodging, and many other types of support to abortion seekers. You can also donate to WRJ's Reproductive Health & Rights Campaign.
  3. Honor the 50th Anniversary of Roe v. Wade in your community and participate in NCJW's Repro Shabbat on February 17-18 to uplift the importance of abortion access. 

Other RESOURCES AND ACTIONS:

Watch the RAC, WRJ, and CCAR's webinar to learn more about actions you can take right now to support abortion access!

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JEWISH RESOURCES ON ABORTION

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