Mother’s Day could see many pro-choice protests amid Supreme Court leak

What does mom really want for Mother’s Day this year? For some women, the answer could be an opportunity to protest the possible end of abortion rights in this country.

A number of such protests could take place on Sunday, which also happens to be Mother’s Day, amid the leaked draft Supreme Court advisory opinion, Roe v. Wade, overruling the 1973 decision establishing a woman’s right to an abortion without a government set interference.

In particular, the group Rise Up 4 Abortion Rights calls for non-violent protests outside of the churches on this day. It also encourages mothers to post protest videos on social media.

“The Supreme Court is on track to strip women of abortion rights within weeks. Only the people can stop that!” says the company on its website.

The pro-choice group Ruth Sent Us, named after the late Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, has sent a similar message – calling for Mother’s Day protests in Catholic churches. in a tweet, it indicated The court’s main conservatives are Catholic.

These calls are already generating a response from law enforcement officials. This was announced by the New York Police Department it will increase patrols at Catholic churches.

The pro-choice protests, in various forms, are expected to continue beyond Mother’s Day. In fact there is broader Mother’s Day “strike” campaign this should run from Sunday to May 15th. It urges women to work and shop or engage in other forms of protest during this time. Mother’s Day could see many pro-choice protests amid Supreme Court leak

Brian Lowry

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