We’re taking back the narrative about Planned Parenthood and sexual and reproductive health and rights. Stand with us by sharing your story of what Planned Parenthood means to you.
Your voice can make a difference. Whether it’s affordable birth control or the right to safe, legal abortion, tell us why you stand with Planned Parenthood. With politicians determined to strip away access to vital sexual and reproductive health care, it’s never been more important to show up and speak out.
Your experience can help us lobby lawmakers, mobilize supporters, and educate communities across Oklahoma about why Planned Parenthood matters.
Have you already shared your story? Then volunteer with our Health Center Advocacy Program and help empower others to become involved in the reproductive rights movement. Together, we can protect and advocate for the vital sexual and reproductive health care services Planned Parenthood provides.
You can also show your support by participating in one or more of the following ways:
Regional Director of Public Policy and Organizing
Planned Parenthood Great Plains Votes
October 10 - OKC Health Center Advocacy and Patient Escort Training - Oklahoma City
October 12 - HCAP Webinar - Virtual
October 12 - Edmond Pride - Edmond
October 12 - McAlester Pride Picnic - McAlester
October 15 - Democratic Debate Watch Party at Ponyboy - Oklahoma City
October 17 - CHOICES feat. members of the Jane Collective - Oklahoma City
October 17 - Volunteer at CHOICES - Oklahoma City
October 22 - Creating Community, Building Power (Phone Bank) - Tulsa
October 22 - Creating Community, Building Power (Phone Bank) - Oklahoma City
October 26 - Tabling at Langston University Homecoming 2019 - Langston
October 26 - OKC Healthy Neighborhood Canvass - Oklahoma City
October 29 - OKC Action Council Meeting - Oklahoma City
October 29 - Tulsa Health Center Advocacy and Patient Escort Training - Tulsa
Center for Reproductive Rights Sues to Protect Free Speech of Oklahoma Physicians, Center for Reproductive Rights
"’Forcing doctors to lie to their patients violates their free speech and the sanctity of the doctor-patient relationship,’ said Nancy Northup, president and CEO of the Center for Reproductive Rights. ‘There is no medical evidence to support so-called "abortion reversal," and it's reckless to suggest otherwise. We cannot have patients making healthcare decisions based on false information.’”
“‘These two laws will devastate abortion access in Oklahoma,’ said Julie Rikelman, senior litigation director at the Center for Reproductive Rights in a written statement. ‘The type of ban we are challenging has never been upheld in court before because it prevents doctors from providing patients with the standard of care. Both of the laws are designed to limit abortion access for Oklahomans and are part of a national, coordinated strategy to push abortion out of reach.’”
“‘The broad mission of the group is to promote reproductive justice, which Hayes would define as promoting bodily autonomy and the ability to decide if, when, and how to have children. The core values of the group include inclusivity and intersectionality, as well as providing access to education and care. ‘We want to make sure we’re being aware of everyone’s needs and protecting their rights and their access to education and health care,’ Hayes said.”
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