It’s been over a year since the U.S. Supreme Court eliminated the constitutional right to abortion.
Join us on Sunday, January 28, 2024, for a thought-provoking and enlightening event that delves into the intersection of abortion access, economic justice, and religious liberty.
In today's complex world, these topics are more interconnected than ever before, and it's crucial to explore the multifaceted aspects surrounding them. We have gathered experts, advocates, and thought leaders to engage in a meaningful discussion, and we invite you to be a part of this critical conversation.
We have allowed a small but loud group to dominate the narrative for far too long. It is time we reclaimed it—this means removing educational, financial, and legislative roadblocks for pregnant people and creating meaningful opportunities to join the movement.
General Admission: $15
(All proceeds will support individuals needing cash assistance related to economic costs or abortion medication.)
Registration deadline is Thursday, January 25, 2024
Host a Conversation
Beyond Roe: The Intersection of Abortion Access, Economic Justice, and Religious Liberty offers individuals the choice to host intimate, courageous conversations on abortion by hosting in-person or virtual dinners with friends and family.
- You will get to choose if you want to host an in-person or virtual conversation
- Create your guest list
- Establish how much money you will charge your guests
- Stipends up to $100 are available to subsidize some of the food costs
Becoming a Host:
- Contribute to funding to help those needing financial assistance to cover costs related to accessing abortions
- Make a difference by discussing the intersections of abortion access, economic justice, and religious freedom
- Access to virtual convening along with guest
To become a host, you will need to complete a Host Registration form by no later than Friday, January 5, 2024
Frequently Asked Questions
"As of today, 22 states and counting now ban abortion or restrict the procedure earlier in
pregnancy than the standard set by Roe v. Wade" -New York Times, 2023
"People of minoritized religions and the larger secular public who widely support abortion access have their voices erased
from public policy when laws on abortion only reflect the views of a very vocal few." -The Ardian, 2022
"Abortion restrictions are fundamentally classist and racist policies that exacerbate the already steep financial barriers
that Black people and other people of color have to navigate." - The Turnaway Study