With the creation of the Free the Pill Youth Network, youth activists from across the country are demanding access to birth control that’s over the counter, covered by insurance, and without age-restriction.
Today, Advocates for Youth will launch Abortion Out Loud, a new campaign dedicated to highlighting the work of youth activists in protecting abortion access and elevating the stories of young people who have experienced abortion. The launch kicks off with a week of action highlighting the importance of ending abortion stigma. Over 100 campuses will host events where students share abortion stories and ask the question: “Why do you say Abortion out Loud?”
Reproductive Health, Rights, and Justice Organizations Show Solidarity During Domestic Violence Awareness Month
From October 14th, 2019 through October 18th, 2019, as a part of the October Domestic Violence Awareness month, reproductive health, rights, and justice advocates, and other social justice allies, will be launching a Domestic Violence/Intimate Partner Violence (IPV) Week of Solidarity Campaign highlighting survivors from communities most often overlooked, as well as highlight/lift up the connection between IPV and Reproductive Justice. how IPV is connected to reproductive justice.
Advocates for Youth and Trojan Team Up for the 13th Year to Promote Sexual Health on College Campuses Across the Country
Advocates for Youth and Trojan are opening the annual application window for The Condom Collective (formerly known as the Great American Condom Campaign), a youth-led grassroots movement to make condoms available to every student who needs them. The Condom Collective will provide colleges who apply with free condoms to promote sexual health and make their communities a better place.
Nearly Eighty Reproductive Health, Rights, and Justice Organizations Unveil Proactive Blueprint for Sexual and Reproductive Health, Rights, and Justice
Today, a broad and diverse coalition of nearly 80 organizations released a proactive policy agenda for a fully supportive Congress and Administration to advance sexual and reproductive health in the U.S. and around the world.
Nearly 100 campuses and community groups will participate in the Week of Action where they will screen the Youth Testify videos and share sticker art featuring Youth Testify stories across their campuses. Young people have always been at the forefront of change. As they work to ensure abortion access, adult allies need to work with them - or get out of their way.