Black community leaders are committed to grassroots efforts to support pro-abortion voters as they work towards life protection legislation.
COLUMBUS, Ohio — Black leaders in Columbus joined forces on Sunday to tackle women’s reproductive health in this year’s election. The leaders held a “Your Body, Your Choice” event outside the Cut Above the Rest barber shop.
Carter Womack, organizer of The Black Men’s Collective of Columbus, said several organizations attended to commit to grassroots efforts to help educate young men in polls.
“It’s about registering to vote, voting, and having other people vote, and if change is going to happen at some level, we’re choosing people who believe in issues that affect black people in general and all women. It’s important to understand that you have to “board,” says Womack.
The group also focuses on recruiting, door-to-door, fundraising, and holding candidate forums.
Peter Range, CEO of Ohio’s Right to Life, says his organization is committed to passing a “life protection law” by the end of the year to end all abortions in Ohio. .
“We are very excited about the possibility that every child has imagined and created an image and likeness of God in their own DNA that is outside that of their mother and father. says Renji.
Ohio’s Right to Life also focuses on providing pregnancy centers with all the resources (financial, emotional, and emotional support, etc.) that parents of unplanned pregnancies may need before, during and after birth. is guessing.
“I hope that as a state, as a nation, we can move these conversations forward in mutual respect and dialogue.” We are ready to sit down at the table with everyone and discuss common sense solutions moving forward.”
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