We demand increased access to international family planning programs to ensure that every woman, girl, and person seeking care can make their own healthcare decisions without exceptions.
It’s been one year since Donald Trump imposed his expanded version of the Global Gag Rule on health clinics across the developing world.
We commemorated the horrible event by projecting a series of messages onto the front of Trump Hotel in Washington, D.C., and by sending mobile billboards out into communities in Las Vegas and Wisconsin (Milwaukee, Madison, and Racine/Kenosha).
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Sign the petition in support of the Global HER Act now!
In The Field
#Fight4HER Campaign Video
Author and human rights activist Lisa Shannon has been on the ground in the Congo talking to the women and girls affected by U.S. cuts in aid to international family planning programs. See and hear the real-world stakes of the #Fight4HER Campaign in the video below:
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