Sarah: People are mad and hurt and scared and upset, and there are a lot of ways to help, including caring for ourselves and our communities. Please remember that this is a space for us to feel safe, and to care for this community from within it.
TL;DR, don’t be tools please.
Amanda: If you’re looking for ways to help, here are a few links:
Abortion Access Front: They’re offering a workshop on the 17th called Operation Save Abortion.
National Network of Abortion Funds: Tomorrow, June 30th, they’re offering a Webinar called “Building Power with Abortion Funds.”
Digital Defense Fund: They are helping to place and connect volunteers for the abortion access movement.
Indigenous Women Rising: An abortion fund specifically for Indian communities in the US and Canada.
National Latina Institute for Reproductive Justice: A reproductive justice organization targeting Latina/x communities.
National Network of Abortion Funds: They have a long list of abortion funds and networks you can donate to, especially if you want to focus your donations to states that have trigger laws in place.
SisterSong: A reproductive justice organization founded and run by women of color.
Roe v. Wade: What You Can Do Google Doc
Sarah: Per Barnraisers Project: “White supremacy is great at isolating us and perfectionism does the same thing.”
There are lot of ways to get involved, and lots of ways to help.
Got links to share? Local action you’re involved in? Suggestions? Please share them with us. And please look after yourselves, ok?