The Path Forward on Abortion Resource Guide

August 3, 2022

This page is updated regularly.

IMMEDIATE 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. Contact your governor and state legislators to demand that they protect and expand abortion rights
  4. Join the Reform Movement's  Every Voice, Every Vote Campaign.  Every issue of importance is on the ballot this year, including abortion rights. The Every Voice, Every Vote Campaign is building a committed group of organizers who will lead the Movement's effort to strengthen democracy and mobilize people to vote.

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

Other RESOURCES AND ACTIONS:

FOR MORE INFORMATION ON YOUR STATE

JEWISH RESOURCES ON ABORTION

SAVE THE DATE:

  • September 22: Men of Reform Judaism's fall webinar kickoff on Reproductive Rights with NCJW's Sheila Katz, co-sponsored by the RAC and WRJ

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