THIS 4TH OF JULY,
WE ARE TAKING OVER.

We are taking over this 4th of July to make one message clear: Abortion is Freedom.

On June 24, the Supreme Court overturned Roe v. Wade and destroyed abortion rights in America. Every person deserves the freedom to control their bodies and their lives. We must build power for our movement together right now.  

 

Here are the top 6 ways you can get involved this fourth of July.

1. Say it on Social Media

Proclaim Abortion is Freedom loud and proud on your social media channels. In this toolkit, you will find graphics, suggested posts, and video content ideas

2. Spread the Word in Person

Print these flyers and pass them out at your local Fourth of July celebration. Make sure your neighbors are informed and know how to get involved.

3. Drop a Banner or Stage a Protest

Use this template to create a banner to drop over a local bridge or make signs and head to city hall to stage a protest. Just make sure you post pictures to #AbortionisFreedom and register your protest on this site.

4. Deck out your 4th of July

Deck out your 4th of July party, campsite or picnic with these printable designs or make your own! Stick them on your cooler at that local fireworks show, put them as table decorations for that backyard BBQ, or tape them to your apartment window for all to see. The goal is to get the message out and have fun!

5. Talk to Your Family & Friends

The overturning of Roe v. Wade is probably going to be a hot topic at this year's family picnic. We want you to feel confident having a conversation about abortion with friends and family members. Check out this guide to help.

6. Share your Story

1 in 4 people who can become pregnant will get an abortion in their lifetimes. Sharing your story is one of the most powerful ways to fight abortion stigma. Share your story with us, but also consider sharing it with your loved ones this holiday. Now more than ever we need our voices to be heard.

​Other Resources

We need you for the Fourth of July and beyond. Join our movement and get involved. Bellow are some resources to continue your advocacy.