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National Organization for Women
The largest organization of feminist activists in the United States, NOW has 500,000 contributing members and 550 chapters in all 50 states and the District of Columbia. Since its founding in 1966, NOW's goal has been to take action to bring about equality for all women.
We fight for equality and the ratification of the Equal Rights Amendment, safe reproductive access for all women, ending sexual discrimination, promoting diversity, and marriage equality, and educating the end of racism and violence against women. There are many ways you can serve your community of women in San Diego. Consider joining a committee, or attending one of our social activities, all are designed to be engaging, and inclusive, and always, activating.
Check out how the ACLU is committed to achieving gender justice. They use litigation, legislation, advocacy, communications, and activism to change law and policy, to support movements, and to shift culture – all to elevate the rights, voices, and dignity of those who have been excluded because of gender-based oppression. This statement lays out twelve goals we recognize as essential to achieving gender justice. Each speaks to ending one of the many pervasive forms of gender discrimination in our society. We recognize our lived experiences of gender discrimination differ, because many of us also experience racism, transphobia, ableism, xenophobia, and/or other forms of oppression. Each goal is meant to address gender inequity in all its intersecting forms of discrimination. Gender justice is not possible if racism, transphobia, ableism, xenophobia, and other forms of injustice remain. No one is equal until we are all equal.
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Abortion Rights Win on Midterm Ballots Across the Country BY BRITTNEY MCNAMARA NOVEMBER 9, 2022
Olivia Rodrigo Spoke Out for Abortion Rights During a Sold-Out Concert BY BRITTNEY MCNAMARA MAY 5, 2022
College Students Are Fighting For Abortion Rights on Campus Post Roe v. Wade
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How to Fight for Abortion Rights Right Now, From Volunteering to Fundraising In this op-ed, a former congresswoman and founder of HER Time shares resources on fighting for reproductive rights. BY KATIE HILL AUGUST 3, 2022
How the Supreme Court's Abortion Decision Left Many Youth Behind BY ALEX BERG