Walk for Choice

Despite having the state Attorney General advise him that the measure was likely unconstitutional, Idaho Governor “Butch” Otter signed a 20 week abortion ban into law. Idaho, requires that all anti-abortion bills be reviewed first by the A.G. to ensure taxpayer dollars won’t be wasted on frivolous court cases.  But even though the A.G. brought up the unconstitutionality of the bill, the governor decided himself that it would probably be ok.

Walk for Choice Idaho, anyone?

There’s so much anti-choice news today I can’t even keep up. What a depressing week.

thehumorlessfeminist:

Video of Gaylon Alcaraz, director of the Chicago Abortion Fund, expressing her disapproval of the racist anti-abortion billboard revealed in Chicago today.

I’ll write more about the event later. I also have some other great clips to post.

International Walk for Choice: How to get started

If you’re interested in being involved with the International Walk for Choice 2011, here are ways to get information:

  • If you’re interested in attending the Chicago Walk for Choice, check out our Facebook page.
  • If you want to find out if your city is having a walk, go to the Participating Cities page.
  • If your city isn’t listed and you want to start your own walk, create a Facebook event for your city and email the link, along with your name and location to walkforchoice@gmail.com. For further resources, please see the Mission, Guidelines, and Mapping links on this site.

Please only RSVP to the city in which you are attending so we can get more accurate attendance estimates.

Posters & fliers: The logo on the website is our primary graphic. There are also more graphics on the Facebook group page. Share other relevant images amongst yourselves. Double-check the “Guidelines” section of walkforchoice.tumblr.com before you print!

Friends: Remember the 3 F’s— friends, family & Facebook. Invite everyone on Facebook, no matter their political or social affiliations. This will get people talking and get the word out, as well as allow people to connect to events in their own cities.

Networking: We want this to be on the radar (especially on tumblr) and we want tens of thousands of notes. Think big.