Panel: You Should Care About – Reproductive Healthcare

Abortion access and reproductive healthcare around the country has been upended in the two months since the U.S. Supreme Court overturned Roe. State and local governments have moved quickly to either support or hinder people seeking abortion care. What is the state of abortion access in North Carolina, and what can we do to protect it? Join us at our panel discussion to learn more!

The panel is hosted by the New North Carolina Project. Join us as we discuss what the future of abortion access may be in North Carolina, how clinics and advocates are ensuring people can get care now, and what actions we all can take to support people seeking abortion.

What: You Should Care About - Reproductive Healthcare: A Town Hall Forum Series

When: Tuesday, August 30, 6:00pm-7:30pm

Where: On your computer!

You can read more, including who will be joining us on the panel, and register here:

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