Ladies, This is serious.
AND against federal law…bullying by MO GOP & now, Mizzou at it’s worst.
Kansas City Star – University of Missouri Shamefully Caves in to Political Bullying
St. Louis Post-Dispatch – University of Missouri Ends Clinical Privileges to Planned Parenthood Doctor
WHAT YOU CAN DO TO FIGHT BACK :
Are you as livid as I am, that State Sen. Schaefer’s bullying tactics & political pressure in threatening higher ed funding has reached all the way to Mizzou? Are you crazed that women’s reproductive healthcare – OUR vaginas & uteruses – are political pawns in Jefferson City?
STEP #1: CONTACT
*Chief Medical Officer for MU Health Systems Dr. Stevan Whitt – [email protected] – Phone: 573-884-9431
STEP #2: GET YOUR PINK ON TUES SEPT 29
Wear your PINK on national “Pink Out for Planned Parenthood” Day Tues Sept 29 – tweet #PinkOut & #StandwithPP, Pink Out your social media with selfies & join me to yell and scream.
STEP #3: GET PINK & OUT OF THE HOUSE on TUESDAY SEPT 29
In Mid Missouri – join Mizzou for Planned Parenthood. Come to Speakers Circle on the University of Missouri Campus in your “Pink” at 4:30pm.
In St. Louis – join me at WASHINGTON UNIVERSITY and my new favorite activists – Washington University Student Advocates for Reproductive Rights at 1pm in front of the Danforth University Center with your pink.
In Jefferson City – join the demonstration at Saffee’s courtyard, 227 E.. High Street at NOON.
LIKE ON FACEBOOK – Planned Parenthood Advocates in Missouri for more events around the state.
STEP #4: WRITE WHAT YOU THINK
Write an op-ed, blog post, letter to the editor, share online with your universe and express YOUR thoughts about this attack on our private parts.
STEP #5: OPEN YOUR ADDRESS BOOK
Refer every woman you know to ProgressWoman – on Facebook & Twitter @progresswomenus. Repost, retweet & help make noise & don’t forget to wear your pink.
KNOW WHO IS REPRESENTING YOU —–DON’T BE IN THE DARK
Reminder – Look up your state and federal electeds HERE.
If you don’t know who represents you, then what can I say?. These are the people making policy decisions which affect you. And while you’re at it, strongly encourage your friends to learn too.
WHO ARE WE EXACTLY?
ProgressWomen began as a project December 2014 through my office after women kept asking “What can I do to get involved politically?” We are now a collective of over 1000 women statewide (and growing) who are sick and tired of attacks on women & families in Missouri, in so many ways.
You’ve heard this before – “it’s going to take a village”. Tired of their nonsense? You in?