“Alarmingly, the conservative majority on the Supreme Court just this week showed its willingness to overturn longstanding precedent. With four abortion cases already on the Supreme Court’s doorstep, and more making their way through the lower courts, anyone who still thinks Roe v. Wade is not under threat needs to adjust fast,” said Nash.
But the conservative members of the court bench will face resistance. After three weeks of protests and organizing, the will of the pro-choice activists gathering on the POWER House porch at sunset seems undimmed. “We’re not going anywhere,” insisted Raven — and as she talks, a tiny, wire coat hanger pendant glints on a chain around her neck — a reminder of the lengths women have gone to without access to safe and legal abortion services in the past.