Day Without Us – Protest Over Roe V Wade Reversal
Today, people across the United States are skipping work for a nationwide “Day Without Us” protest in protest of the Supreme Court’s reversal of the federal constitutional right to abortion. Organized by a group of Black girls, the “Day Without Us” is a time for everyone to come together and voice their opposition to the Supreme Court’s decision. A number of people have come together to hold teach-ins in person.
Day Without Us protesters walk out over abortion rights reversal
The Day Without Us protests are being organized across the United States as a reaction to the Supreme Court’s decision to overturn Roe v. Wade. The Supreme Court decision, which reversed landmark abortion rights rulings, has inflamed the abortion debate. Both sides chant “fight” as they rally in protest and celebrate the ruling. Opponents of abortion seek a nationwide ban.
Protests have erupted in cities across the country as protesters walk out over the reversal of Roe v. Wade. The decision could mean the end of federal protections for abortion rights. It will also affect birth control and same-sex marriage. The decision will have profound implications for the entire country.
New York protesters walk out over abortion rights reversal
Protesters gathered in lower Manhattan Thursday to voice their displeasure with the Supreme Court’s decision to overturn Roe v. Wade. The 1973 landmark decision had protected women’s rights to abortion for 50 years. The decision has spawned an uproar in New York as state leaders pledged to protect reproductive rights. The governor, Kathy Hochul, also pledged an additional $35 million for abortion providers.
Protesters from across the country skipped work Wednesday to protest the reversal of abortion rights by the Supreme Court. The “Day Without Us” protest was organized by a group of Black girls who feel they are losing their right to choose. They held teach-ins at 11 a.m. ET and spoke about their personal experiences with abortion.
Washington protesters walk out over abortion rights reversal
The Day Without Us protest is a national movement that organizes protests in cities across the country to highlight issues affecting the right to abortion. A recent Supreme Court ruling overturned the right to abortion in the US, and thousands of protesters have joined the cause. They are calling on the government to reverse the ruling.
The decision was widely condemned by abortion rights activists, including members of Massachusetts’ all-Democratic congressional delegation. Protesters gathered in Manhattan’s Union Square and marched along Fifth Avenue. They later merged with a swollen crowd in Washington Square Park.
Pro-life rallies to take place across the U.S.
The pro-life movement is preparing for a nationwide day of pro-life rallies on April 8. These rallies will take place in every state and will be focused on a single issue – abortion. Pro-lifers will be calling for a ban on abortion. They will also be protesting the ruling that a woman cannot decide on her own body.
Pro-life advocates claim that the American public supports abortion and is often at odds with their faith. They point out that the fetus can survive outside the womb until it is viable. This idea has received international attention, and a panel of doctors from Ireland recently examined the evidence and concluded that abortion is illegal after viability is reached.