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We are feisty, passionate, powerful GRANDMOTHERS!

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Mission Statement

Grandmothers for Reproductive Rights (GRR!) works, through education and advocacy, to secure for younger generations access to reproductive rights, justice, and health care for which our generation fought so hard.

 

Stories

Stories have power. As grandmothers, we have lived and seen things that younger generations have not had to experience. We hope they never do. Read about some of our experiences and feel free to share your story.

 

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Get updates on the GRR! Community, national threats to reproductive rights and justice, and ways to take action. 

 

 

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Get the latest news about reproductive rights, sexuality education, and reproductive health, and then get involved.

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Black Maternal Mental Health Week Begins!
All Day
  Runs from July 19th through July 25th. Visit Shades of Blue Project for updates & events. , ...
Action Hour to Take Down Hyde!
3:30 pm - 4:30 pm
We are inviting you to join GRR!s across the country for an Action Hour to Take Down Hyde. In a virtual space, GRR! leaders will offer a brief teach-in about Hyde and the federal appropriations process, as well as provide breakout space to connect, and templates & contact information for urging your members of Cong , ...
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Shaking Off Stigma (SOS) Livestream
5:30 pm - 6:15 pm
GRR! has a new program series–Shaking Off Stigma (SOS)! We will bring together women to engage in intimate, unedited conversations with the hope to build solidarity & foster understanding across generations working to build a world free from gender oppression and shame about our bodies, sex & reproduction , ...
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Coffee & Chat: The Clergy Consultation Service on Abortion
12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
In 1967, when abortion was illegal or highly restricted in every U.S. state, a group of ministers and rabbis stepped to the forefront of the fight for abortion rights by offering abortion counseling and referrals to licensed physicians. By 1973, when Roe v. Wade made abortion legal nationwide, the Clergy Consultation S , ...
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State of Black Maternal Mental Health Roundtable
12:30 pm - 2:30 pm
Hosted by Shades of Blue Project. Maternal and Maternal Mental Health Advocates and Leaders discuss the current state of Black Maternal Mental Health and how we can work together to bring more awareness and bring to the forefront more community driven solutions around this issue. Register here. , ...
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 P.O. Box 950
Bath, ME 04530

Email: Info@grrnow.org