TPC’s Statement Regarding the Overturning of Roe v. Wade


The Institute for Women’s Policy Research, a leading think tank that analyzes public policy through a gendered lens, defines the term “reproductive rights” on its website here

In Our Own Voice: National Black Women’s Reproductive Justice Agenda, a Reproductive Justice partnership, has provided this two-minute video that defines and explains the term “reproductive justice.”

The Guttmacher Institute, a research and policy organization committed to advancing sexual and reproductive health and rights, published this piece on ways that philanthropy can protect access to reproductive health services in a “Post-Roe v. Wade World.” For members interested in finding local funds to consider, this piece provides specific links to support your search.

News provider, The Guardian, published this interactive tracker, which provides information regarding the number of women of reproductive age in each state, limitations on abortion access, and much more.

The Office of Governor Charlie Baker released these details regarding the Governor’s response to the Supreme Court ruling and shares information regarding access to reproductive health care services in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. 

The statement shared by Cambridge Women’s Center is available on its social media site, and Family Nurturing Center’s statement is available on its social media page.



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