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Bowling Over Barriers for Abortion Funding!

The 7th Annual National Abortion Access Bowl-a-Thon is now OPEN for Registation! Learn More

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It's Official: Repealing Hyde is a 2016 Election Issue

Decades of dedicated work by Funds and allies is paying off. Read our 2016 Hyde statements. Learn More

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Supreme Court Agrees to Hear Most Important Abortion Case in Decades

Read our statement and amicus brief. Learn More

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We're All* In #4EachofUs

We're proud to announce the EACH Woman Act. Learn More

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Honoring the memory of Dr. George Tiller

Honor Dr. Tiller's memory by contributing to the George Tiller Memorial Fund, helping those who face the most obstacles to care. Learn More

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Monica has three children and she's pregnant

but she lost her health insurance and she's unemployed.  Who can help? Learn More

Who Are We

The National Network of Abortion Funds
fights against unfair laws while helping those who need abortions today.

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Why Fund Abortion Now? Because the right to abortion is meaningless if you don't have the resources to pay. Learn more

Latest News from the National Network of Abortion Funds: Feed

April 21st, 2016

56 People of Color Who Have Had Abortions Send Letter to Congress Denouncing Racist and Sexist Anti-Abortion Ban

We, the undersigned 56 people of color, write to you with concerns as to the future of access to
safe abortion care and the needs of people seeking abortions. We are appalled at the introduction
of H.R. 4924, the Prenatal Nondiscrimination Act (PRENDA), which is yet another attempt to
deny abortion care to people of color, in particular, Asian American and Pacific Islanders
(AAPI), Black people, and [email protected] As people of color who have had abortions, we are
vehemently opposed to this legislation... [Read More]

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April 6th, 2016

TEA Fund: Donald Trump says we should punish for abortion – but we already do

On Wednesday, Donald Trump – a candidate for the GOP nomination for the 2016 presidential race – said that “there has to be some form of punishment” for women who have abortions. As the executive director of the Texas Equal Access Fund, an abortion fund providing assistance to low-income people in North Texas seeking access to abortion, I found this statement appalling. I also know that it illustrates an underlying driving force behind anti-choice ideology: misogyny. The idea that women ought to be punished for having sex or for choosing an alternative path to what society has conceived of as traditional gender roles is nothing new. It’s just very rare that anyone says it so brazenly.

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Categories: Texas Equal Access Fund

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