Bans Off Our Bodies rallies on May 14

“Supreme Court Leak:

Our Worst Fears Confirmed

Abortion is still legal. It’s still your right. But the Supreme Court is prepared to end your constitutional right to abortion. Our country is facing an abortion access crisis.

By this summer, 26 states could move to ban abortion — affecting 36 million women, plus more people who can become pregnant. This is personal.”

Carolyn’s note:  With Roe v. Wade, 410 U.S. 113 (1973) poised to being overturned by the U.S. Supreme Court, almost 50 years of abortion access is being threatened for American women.  Join an Arizona rally (Tucson, Phoenix, Payson, Sedona, Flagstaff, others?) on May 14. Sign up now via your zipcode at the website.  The Tucson one starts at 9 a.m. at Armory Park, 222 S. 5th Ave, south of Broadway Blvd.

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  1. About a thousand people at this rally today in Tucson. Inspiring speeches by Mayor Regina Romero, CD 3 Congressman Raul Grijalva, LD 18 candidate Nancy Gutierrez (high school teacher), LD 10 Senator Stephanie Hamilton, who all spoke about reproductive rights, civil rights, abortion access, the need to vote in November. Also attending D 1 Supervisor Rex Scott, LD 9 House Rep. Pam Powers Hannley (blogger here at B4AZ), former LD 10 Senator Kirsten Engel. lots of activists. Ongoing today the other 6 rallies in different towns/cities of Arizona, and across the nation. Particularly thoughtful was director from Planned Parenthood Advocates of AZ (Cadey Harrel?) who spoke of being an adoptee (of a teenaged mother) who became a doctor, and is fighting for reproductive rights.

  2. Seven (count them seven) rallies in Arizona: Bisbee, Flagstaff, Payson, Phoenix, Sedona, Show Low, Tucson — all day on March 14. Check out the Calendar listings for more details, and speak your mind about the availability of abortion in Arizona and the Nation. I remember when Roe v. Wade was promulgated back in 1973, and here we are in 2022, going backward for reproductive rights and women’s rights, as well as the right to privacy.

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