A Lot of Good Conversations…

The Abortion Conversation Project is considering 8 projects for funding in our mini-grant competition. Each of the applicants hope to encourage conversations about abortion in new ways or new audiences. The projects will challenge society’s stigma about abortion.Whether or not these projects are chosen, they are all doing amazing, worthwhile, and creative work. Here is the list:Mine: An Anthology of Reproductive Choices
of first person stories of abortion and other reproductive justice issues. Faviana Rodriguez an artist in the This is an Emergency zine designed the poster above.Plants 4 Patients is a project to support patients by giving them a handmade ceramic planter with a small plant and a note of encouragement to promote both emotional and physical healing.

Repeal Hyde Art Project creates awareness of the Hyde Amendment which denies poor women coverage for abortions.

UniteWomen for a video, using flashmobs all over the country.

Inspire is a new online community for women who have had an abortion and want to process the experience.

Georgia Reproductive Justice Access Network an abortion fund wants to recruit and train new volunteers.

Faith Aloud will conduct a 40 days of prayer in advance of the election.

Connecting with Faith Communities The Arizona Abortion Access Project wants to bring together advocates and clergy and people of faith.

Stay tuned for the winning proposals!

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One Comment on “A Lot of Good Conversations…”

  1. The healing process after an abortion can be often difficult, women need help and these projects look like a big step in term of assisting women during the recovery. Well done.

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