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February 29th, 2016
Here's why April was nominated:
April is doing the most to lead by example. Also that Abortion YAAAAASSSSSSS gif!
April does a great job at connecting her personal story to her larger cause, and in working hard to help run the Magnolia Fund Bowl-a-Thon. From April's page:
February 26th, 2016
Press Statement: Louisiana abortion clinic closures show what’s at stake in next week’s Supreme Court case
The National Network of Abortion Funds (NNAF) is shocked and saddened to see that the Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals has pushed through an incredibly harmful law in Louisiana. With its implementation, two of the four remaining abortion clinics will be forced to immediately close their doors, leaving just two clinics for an already underserved state. These dangerous policies cannot stand.
February 22nd, 2016
Take a look at the reasons Taylor was nominated:
February 15th, 2016
Many folks recommended Nan's page, and the sweat they're putting into their fundraising this year. Great job, Nan! Enjoy that badge on your page, and keep on hustling (Richard expects nothing less). Thanks for being a creative inspiration and for setting the bar high this year!
To check out past winners and nominate a page of the week, click here. Every week we will showcase a new winner!
February 10th, 2016
We are very disappointed that President Barack Obama included the Hyde Amendment in his final FY17 budget. For a President who wanted his legacy to be ensuring healthcare access for all, no matter their income level or geographic area, we are saddened to see that, once again, abortion has been separated off from other healthcare, despite the fact we know those affected by systemic racism, income inequality, and a lack of healthcare providers will continue to be denied their rights to bodily autonomy and dignity through abortion access. A right reserved for those with more money and power is no right at all; it is a privilege.
January 21st, 2016
As part of the 1 in 3 Campaign's 2016 Abortion Speakout, Executive Director Yamani and Policy Representative Renee share their abortion stories in front of the Supreme Court. We're asking SCOTUS to listen to the stories of the real people who will be affected as they decide Whole Woman's Health v Cole.
Yamani Hernandez - Executive Director
Renee Bracey Sherman - Policy Representative
See the full Speakout here
January 5th, 2016
The National Network of Abortion Funds is proud to join the diverse chorus of people choosing abortion, abortion providers, religious leaders, lawyers, and politicians from both sides of aisle who submitted 45 amicus briefs to the Supreme Court for the case Whole Woman’s Health v. Hellerstedt* on Monday. We stand firmly beside Whole Woman’s Health and the freedom fighters of Texas as they ask the Supreme Court to overturn HB 2, a law that would make abortion more inaccessible for those already struggling to gather resources to afford an abortion. We believe it is crucial that the Supreme Court listens to people who’ve had abortions and not political ideology when issuing their decision.