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Roe at Risk film screening 9/10

Forum: Roe At Risk Fight For Reproductive Justice

DC Abortion Fund is pleased to partner with the Alliance for Justice (AFJ), the New Organizing Institute (NOI), URGE and NARAL to host a screening of the documentary Roe at Risk: Fighting for Reproductive Justice. Click here to RSVP!

Narrated by actress and activist Amy Brenneman, Roe at Risk describes the dramatic impact of nationwide attacks on women’s constitutional rights. By sharing the stories of women’s day-to-day struggles in Mississippi and Texas, the video shows the wrenching consequences of radical anti-abortion legislation. At the same time, it documents how women and their allies are fighting back, standing up bravely against politicians who propose laws that threaten the right to reproductive freedom and justice.

Following the video, we will join representatives from URGE, NARAL and AFJ to discuss the scope of the attacks, and provide context for the current battles being waged here and across the country.

We would love to have you there. RSVP today to watch the film with us and join in the conversation.

Details
Wednesday, September 10, 2014
New Organizing Institute
1133 19th Street NW, Suite 850
Doors 6PM

This event is free and refreshments will be provided. We hope you can join us!


DCAF donors take #TacoOrBeerChallenge

photo credit: Colleen Crinion

Holy guacamole Batman!

Abortion fund supporters across the country are taking to Twitter, Tumblr, Facebook and other social media to show their support in a fun and delicious way, by taking the #TacoOrBeerChallenge. 

Andrea Grimes, a writer with the RH Reality Check feminist website, started the #TacoOrBeerChallenge last week, and has so far received over 80 photos, videos, and Tumblr posts from abortion rights activists around the world.

We at DCAF are thrilled for the extra support and thank everyone who has donated to us so far. If you want to get in on the action, please do! Just grab a taco and/or a beer, capture the moment with a photo, video, Vine, etc., then make a donation and share your work via your social media channel of choice. You can tag us in your tweets with @dcabortionfund.

Check out the Tumblr that started it all for more information.