A look at how to get involved in the reproductive justice movement, find health care resources
Atlanta, GA — As news of Roe v. Wade being overturned broke a few weeks ago, some people found themselves wondering what they could do to help. Here’s a look at resources available for individuals looking for ways to get involved and for anyone seeking services.
Following the Supreme Court decision, Amplify Georgia Collaborative, a reproductive rights advocacy organization, is looking out for its communities.
“Last Sunday we hosted From The Ashes of Roe: A Ritual Space for Healing and Grief where we could all come together to process our emotions and ground ourselves in the hope and opportunity of this moment,” said Allison Coffman, executive director of Amplify Georgia Collaborative. “We are recommitting to the work. We deserve to make decisions about our bodies and our families. Freedom in our reproductive lives is key to our liberation and maintaining control of our futures. We want Georgians to know the Reproductive Health, Rights and Justice movement is ready for this moment. We have a plan and we invite you to join us in this fight.”