This June, Take Action for Contraceptive Access
Forty-seven years ago on June 7, the US Supreme Court ruled on Griswold v. Connecticut (Griswold), a decision that affirmed every married woman’s right to birth control and that laid the groundwork for future progress in contraceptive access for all women.
We have come a long way since 1965. But current attacks on women’s access to birth control show us there is more we can do to protect every woman’s right to make her own healthcare decisions.
That’s why, five years ago this month, NCJW launched Plan A: NCJW’s Campaign for Contraceptive Access, an effort that aims to ensure that all women have access to contraceptive information and options, and are free to exercise their own moral judgment when making healthcare decisions.
As we celebrate these exciting anniversaries we hope you will take action to ensure that birth control is available for all women — now and in the future.
To make it easy, we’ve come up with five quick actions, one for each year of Plan A. Whether you pick one or do them all, your action moves us closer to a time when all women have access to the real “Plan A” — birth control!
- Take Action to Protect Contraceptive Coverage
- Tell 5 Friends About Plan A
- Learn More about what’s at stake, then speak out:
- Connect Online:
- Donate to NCJW’s Efforts to Safeguard Contraceptive Access
Join NCJW in celebrating with action. Together, we can ensure every woman continues to benefit from the progress we’ve made since Griswold, and we can continue to make a difference for the well-being of women and families.