Email Congress: Roe v. Wade

Roe v. Wade was a settled Constitutional legal interpretation. It was a step forward for women's basic human rights. Then we all figure that we have this basic building block to work from. We were thinking of fair wages, equal opportunity for jobs, and education.

Surprise! Now the fascist father of wealth and plenty attacks us from behind.

Weirdly, this comes from some of the very same crowd that rebelled against forced mask-wearing and COVID-19 vaccinations. This faction wanted freedom. The nasty reality is that everyone should have freedom over their own bodies — unless you are a woman. Particularly bad if you are a poor or young woman. Statistically bad if you are a person of color.

These faith-based phonies know exactly what they are doing. they are stopping a woman's progress to stand on their own by putting a huge roadblock in the way of choice for their bodies and life. It's a repulsive need that they have. They want to punish women for having sex, for dressing like "they want to be raped" and for, basically, being the gender that sprouts the baby.

Baby girls have a right to be born, but it ends right there. As usual, the wealthy or well enough off will hardly feel this — initially.

The Women's Caucus of the Green Party of the United States stands firmly on the right of choice for women everywhere — always!

We hope that you will take this stand with us. There are lots of ways to do this. One that is easy enough to do right now is to send your Representatives this message asking them to represent the rights of all women, not just the rights of those who are anti-abortion.

Thank you!

National Women's Caucus
Green Party of the United States
nwc.gpus.org


People keep asking me, "Delilah, how do you feel about the Supreme court leak? How do you feel about Roe V Wade being overturned?" I am appreciative for the attention to this matter. Especially being a censored candidate and activist. However, I have to laugh because we already lost our reproductive rights here in Texas. We have had one of the most restrictive laws, SB8, currently in effect for several months now. 


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The US Supreme Court's conservative majority is poised to overturn Roe vs. Wade using arguments that impose control over women's bodies that existed before the historic 1973 decision. Going back even to when slavery was allowed to exist.

We must move forward. Slavery in any form should be outlawed, including having the power over a woman's right to choose to be pregnant or not. I am pro-choice, pro-women's rights.


By Dylan Parsons, Mountain Party Vice Chair & Candidate for House of Delegates

With the Supreme Court due to overturn Roe v. Wade within the coming months, the left has been berated by liberals with the familiar talking point that in order to protect abortion rights we must "vote blue." Predictably, liberals took to social media soon after the leaked draft opinion was reported, blaming Susan Sarandon and other third party voters for the upcoming Supreme Court decision, while completely ignoring the Democratic Party's culpability in this travesty.


By Michelle Louise Bicking and Cassandra Martineau, Green Party candidates for Governor and Lt. Governor, respectively, in 2022

On January 22, 1973, the United States Supreme Court issued a decision in Roe v. Wade, 410 U.S. 113, a groundbreaking case that found - by the authority of United States Constitution - that pregnant women are permitted to have an abortion without state or federal government interference. Less than a generation later, the spirit and application of this law are being challenged, as was revealed when a draft decision overturning Roe v. Wade was leaked to the press on Monday, May 2, 2022.


The Green Party of the United States has expressed alarm and calls to organize for the right to safe, legal and confidential access to abortions, following reports of a leaked draft Supreme Court majority opinion that would overturn Roe v. Wade.


PHILADELPHIA – A Supreme Court draft opinion calls for overturning Roe v Wade and thereby criminalizing abortion.  The Green Party of Philadelphia does not think the state should detain women's reproductive rights.  If you agree the threat to overturn Roe v Wade is unjust and believe protest is timely, attend the rally today, Tuesday 5/3 on the north side of City Hall.  This is one of many rallies taking place across the nation. 


UPPER UWCHLAN, PA — Local watchdog Christina "PK" DiGiulio is running for governor of Pennsylvania as a Green Party candidate.

Neighbor to Marsh Creek State Park, she has been actively opposing the Mariner East pipeline, fracking for plastics and the petrochemical infrastructure. She said she has many similar beliefs to most members of the Green Party and is endorsed by the Pennsylvania Green Party.


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