Thanks to a grant from the City of Bloomington Common Council Jack Hopkins Social Services Funding Committee.
As we reflect on the month of June, we want to take a moment to uplift the celebration of Pride. Pride is a joyful celebration of the lived possibility of being our full selves out loud and the grief at what – and who - it has cost us to get even this far.
Planned Parenthood is proud to provide care, no matter what. This includes providing services in politically conservative areas where local elected officials spread their own narrative about a lack of community support for the services we provide.
Black Women, Black transgender people, and Black families have all suffered from us not openly and unapologetically condemning a justice system where Black people are over-policed, over-incarcerated, and killed right before our eyes.
We celebrated National Women's Health Week - a week-long health observance led by the U.S. Department of Health – from May 10th to May 17th. It’s an important reminder that women’s health hasn’t always been valued or even considered in the past, and it’s a reminder to make your health a priority today. Especially now.
Betty led Planned Parenthood’s work in Indiana for 15 years.Betty was a fierce advocate for reproductive rights and abortion access, taking every opportunity to educate and inform people about Planned Parenthood. She fought tirelessly to make emergency contraception available over the counter, ensuring people in Indiana and Kentucky could use Medicaid for reproductive health services.
A lot of supporters ask what they can do to support Planned Parenthood during this time of social distancing. While some in-person avenues of support may not be available right now, there is still a lot you can do to help keep reproductive care in place for all who need it!
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