2020 has brought about several surprising and significant rulings from the Supreme Court of the United States. This year has had its share of left turns and disappointments -- and the Supreme Court’s ruling to restrict birth control access was certainly one of them. However, there were a few positive and unexpected rulings from SCOTUS this year.
When Planned Parenthood of Indiana and Kentucky announced that its Louisville Health Center would resume providing abortion services this past March, there was much fanfare and focus on the clinic, which included protestors.
For decades, we’ve fought for youth to have access to the crucial sexual and reproductive health information they need to make the best decisions about their own bodies and lives – we’ve also pioneered the best ways to bring that information to them.
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.
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.
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.
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