Black in Repro
People have tried to put Blackness at odds with reproductive freedom and choice. Join a panel of abortion out loud reproductive justice champions for a frank conversation about justice, control of our bodies, and being abortion out loud as Black people.
When: Wednesday, February 9, 2022 @ 6pm
Featuring: Jasmen Rogers (Floridians for Reproductive Freedom), Sarah Parker (Women’s Voices of Southwest Florida), Commissioner Nancy Metayer (City of Coral Springs), Ciné Julien (Florida Access Network), Rep. Michele Rayner, and Rep. Angie Nixon
Repro Mobilization to Tallahassee
Mobilize to Tallahassee for Reproductive Freedom on Tuesday, February 22nd!
Extremists in the Florida Legislature have managed to fast-track abortion ban legislation. The need for us to defend reproductive freedom has never been greater.
On February 22, Floridians will converge on the Florida Capitol to defend reproductive freedom.
When: Tuesday, February 22, 8am – 5pm
Prayer Service: Floridians Fight for Reproductive Freedom
Join multi-denominational clergy for an interfaith prayer service supporting reproductive freedom.
When: Monday, January 31, 2022 @ 9am
Featuring: Kate Lannamann (Florida Interfaith Coalition for Reproductive Health) Rev. Bernice Powell Jackson (United Church of Christ), Rev. Andy Oliver (Allendale United Methodist Church), and Rev. Clive Rogers (Bethany Baptist Church of Carol City)
Interfaith Forum: Floridians Fight for Reproductive Freedom
So many attacks on reproductive health, rights, and freedom are centered around faith. Join a panel of faith leaders for a discussion on how their faith compels them to take action in support of reproductive freedom.
When: Monday, January 31, 2022 @ 6pm
Featuring: Minerva Velez Glidden (Quaker, Board Member – Interfaith Coalition for Reproductive Health), Rev. Bernice Powell Jackson (United Church of Christ), Jamie Manson (Catholics for Choice), Kate Lannamann (Florida Interfaith Coalition for Reproductive Health), Rev. Andy Oliver (Allendale United Methodist Church), Rabbi Danya Ruttenberg (National Council of Jewish Women, Rabbis in Repro), and Rabbi Luna (Florida Interfaith Coalition for Reproductive Health)
Latinas, Faith, and Abortion
Anti-abortion legislators have been weaponizing their faith as a means to restrict abortion access, when we know that folks of all faiths support, love someone or are themselves someone who has had an abortion. People of faith are not a monolith, and neither are Latinas/e communities. Join us for a bilingual conversation with Latina/e folks of different faiths and spiritualities about how they connect their faith with their advocacy for abortion access.
When: Wednesday, February 2, 2022 at 6pm
Innovations in Inequality:
A Secular Review of the 2022 FL Legislative Session
The Florida legislature is infamously hostile when it comes to state/church separation issues. Remember the mandatory moment of silence bill, the “In God We Trust” posters, and Bible classes in public schools? Sadly, Christian nationalist extremists are not content with just these types of assaults on Florida schools: they are using their bigoted viewpoints to target other marginalized groups and other issues affecting the reproductive freedom, health, education, and civil rights of all Floridians. Hear from advocates to discuss these legislative assaults on Floridians and what can be done about it.
When: Wednesday, February 2, 2022 at 7pm
Featuring: Ida V. Eskamani (Florida Rising and Florida Immigrant Coalition), Annie Filkowski (Florida Alliance of Planned Parenthood Affiliates), Alison Gill (American Atheists), Devon Graham (American Atheists), and Jon Harris Maurer (Equality Florida)
Everyone Loves Someone – Discussion w/Legislators and Providers
With the looming attacks on abortion access taking place in the Florida Legislature, join legislative champions and abortion providers for a Q&A about what’s at stake for reproductive freedom this legislative session and how Everyone Loves Someone Who’s Had an Abortion.
When: Thursday, February 3, 2022 @ 6pm
Featuring: Rep. Marie Woodson, Rep. Anna Eskamani, Alexa Lane (Presidential Women’s Center), Erica Magana (Presidential Women’s Center), and Monica Skoko Rodriguez (Miami-Dade Commission on the Status of Women)