This moment is calling for us to not just be great partners in our words but in our actions, as well.
This year has seen some particularly hard blows to LGBTQ rights.
Perhaps one of the heaviest blows dealt this year was the loss of Betty Cockrum, who served 15 years as CEO of Planned Parenthood of Indiana and Kentucky.
2020 began with some victories in Kentucky. Kentucky went from one abortion provider to two: the EMW Women’s Surgical Center, and Planned Parenthood, both in Louisville.
As a health care organization, Planned Parenthood has made its response to the pandemic a top concern.
PPINK is very grateful for longstanding support from The Clowes Fund.
More than a month since Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsberg’s passing, we’ve had time to reflect on our country’s great loss, her legacy, and the impact her work has had on our lives.
There are many barriers to accessing care that Planned Parenthood fights to remove or ease for our patients. However, in some places, a “barrier” can be a literal ocean between patient and provider.
“Quit or Die.” On Wednesday, September 9, Planned Parenthood staff, and everyone else who worked in the Lake Otis Way building, were greeted first thing in the morning by this message.
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