We WON! We kept abortion safe and legal! Thank you, NOW volunteers!
Thanks to the effort and the many hours of dedicated volunteers who called voters in Albuquerque, canvassed in Albuquerque, carried campaign signs in front of the Albuquerque polls, and drove voters to the Albuquerque polls, we did it! The final tally was 55% [...]
As reported by KOB Channel 4
It was a full house today, August 1, for the kick-off press conference for the campaign, "Respect ABQ Women." Watch the video!
RESPECT ABQ WOMEN! OPPOSE ANY BALLOT INITIATIVE THAT RESTRICTS A WOMAN'S ACCESS TO ABORTION! Thursday, Aug 1, 2013, 11am La Mesa Presbyterian Church 7401 Copper NE, Albuquerque
11:00 PRESS CONFERENCE 11:30 to 1:00: Update audience on the Respect ABQ Women campaign to defeat the ballot initiative, including opportunities for people to volunteer in these [...]
The Santa Fe NOW / Religious Coalition for Reproductive Choice fundraiser for the Pro-Choice Safety Network Fund featuring feminist author Jessica Valenti was a huge success! Thanks to everyone who volunteered, donated, and attended our events. The afternoon Meet the Author buffet at Jambo Café was completely sold out and the evening event, “A [...]
Based on a true story, this may be the only young adult novel out there where a girl gets pregnant and has an abortion using RU-486. Written by Santa Fe NOW member, Kate Buckley. See Kate's web-site for awards and reviews and her continuing work with teens. http://www.katebuckleybooks.com/
Sexuality, Feminism, and Activism! Author, feminist, and activist, Jessica Valenti's only New Mexico appearance to benefit The Pro-Choice Safety Network Fund
New Mexico has only three abortion providers, all located in Albuquerque; the Pro-Choice Safety Network Fund helps defray the extra and often hidden costs for women traveling to Albuquerque. The fund covers costs such [...]
This is a great image from our Roe Vs. Wade Day at the Santa Fe Capitol Bldg. in January!
From: Feminist News, June 29, 2012
A Federal court ruled on Monday that Baltimore and Montgomery County, Maryland, cannot require crisis pregnancy centers (CPCs) to post signs indicating what types of services they provide. In a 2-1 vote, the U.S. 4th Circuit Court of Appeals upheld a lower court's decision that the requirement was unconstitutional. [...]
Saturday, June 25 was a culmination of a week-long celebration of PRIDE in Santa Fe was the PRIDE March and Parade in the historic Railyard Park.
Now Santa Fe members joined in solidarity with our LGBTQ brothers and sisters to support women's issues and feminism by wearing the name of famous feminists on their back.