Rally for Reproductive Rights: Women’s March Returns October 2

9/27/2021 2:31:00 AM

“On October 2, we’re going to send the Supreme Court and lawmakers across the country a clear, unified message. The attack on our reproductive rights will not be tolerated.”

The day after Texas's new abortion law went into effect, the Women's March announced its return to Washington and across the nation on October 2 to rally in support of reproductive rights. “National Call to Mobilize and Defend Our Reproductive Rights” below. On October 2, we’re marching in every single state ahead of the Supreme Court reconvening on October 4.

Women’s March and more than 90 other organizations, including National Latina Institute for Reproductive Justice, Planned Parenthood, SHERO Mississippi, Mississippi in Action, Access Reproductive Care-Southeast, The Frontline, Working Families Party, and SisterSong, are organizing a national call to mobilize and defend our reproductive rights.

Abortion has never been fully accessible, but we are at the risk of losing our reproductive freedom completely. The call to action is clear, and urgent. The relentless attacks from Texas to Mississippi are ramping up quickly. Anti-choice extremists have a deep desire to return to a time when there was more clear and effective domination and control over queer and trans folks, women, and people of color; they want to revive those old values and societal norms to the point of re-acceptance. The authoritarian agenda of reproductive control is fueled by misogyny and racism – and we must challenge it, together.

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