Reimagine Roe


On January 22, RHAP hosted a virtual panel to celebrate the 48th anniversary of the Roe v. Wade Supreme Court decision with RHAP Network leaders. More than 50 people joined us for a discussion exploring reimagining Roe. Our panel included:  

  • Anna M. Lowell, D.O., M.P.H., AAHIVS – Cluster Leader, Florida
  • Ashia George, RN – Cluster Leader, Michigan 
  • Julie Jenkins, MSN, APRN, CNP – APRN Cluster Leader 
  • Moira Rashid, MD, MPH – Regional Clinical Network Leader – Western United States 
  • Razel Remen, MD – Regional Clinical Network Leader – Midwestern United States and Cluster Leader, Michigan 

They spoke about what reimagining Roe means to them, how the COVID-19 pandemic has impacted access to reproductive health care, and what still needs to be done so reproductive health care is truly accessible and equitable for everyone. 

We are excited to continue working in 2021 to strengthen abortion access all over the country. We are reimagining a future where each of us can live, work, and make decisions about our health with dignity and respect. Here’s how you can get more involved: 

  • Support a local abortion fund
  • Offer your support and resources to your friends, family, and network in low access states. Click here to see which states are at risk of losing abortion access and click here to stay up-to-date on state policy trends. 
  • Urge the Biden-Harris Administration to support Abortion Justice. 
  • Check out our resources for abortion, early pregnancy loss, and contraception education. 
  • Are you a clinician? Join the Reproductive Health Access Network, a national movement of primary care clinicians focused on protecting and expanding access to abortion, contraception, and early pregnancy loss care in their communities and across the country. 
  • Help us train, mobilize, and support primary care clinicians to protect access to abortion, contraception, and miscarriage care. 

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