In the weeks since the Supreme Court's decision to overturn Roe v. Wade, ACLU-D.C. and our partners have been working to protect and expand abortion access in the District. And while many states are instating restrictions and bans, abortion is still legal in D.C.
But what does the Dobbs decision mean for the future of abortion access in the District?
D.C. After Dobbs: The Future of Abortion Rights in D.C.
Join us next Thursday for D.C. After Dobbs, a panel discussion about what the Supreme Court decision means for our communities.
Thursday, July 28, 4:30 p.m. ET
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We'll hear from experts about abortion access and reproductive justice in the District, talk about challenges and opportunities to ensure D.C. continues to be a safe haven for abortion access, and most importantly, what you can do to help.
Abortion has been protected in D.C. because, for decades, our communities have organized to ensure that anyone who needs an abortion can safely and legally get this critical health care. We hope you'll RSVP here to take the next step with us on Thursday, July 28.