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Pennsylvanians celebrate critical win for abortion access

Members of Pennsylvania Stands Up, Women’s Medical Fund, Philadelphia Women’s Centers, and ACLU-PA celebrate the Supreme Court's decision to strike down a Louisiana law meant to shut down abortion clinics, while calling on lawmakers' to ensure every person gets the care they need.

Pennsylvanians celebrate critical win for abortion access

People Across Pennsylvania Celebrate Juneteenth By Demanding Action from Elected Leaders

From Erie to Upper Darby, people of all races are calling for investment in Black communities, defunding the police, and the resignation of President Donald Trump.

People Across Pennsylvania Celebrate Juneteenth By Demanding Action from Elected Leaders

Whose State House? Winning a Pennsylvania for All of Us—Virtual Forum

This month’s Democratic primary spelled tremendous victories for our movement. All across the Commonwealth, progressive candidates built insurgent campaigns powered by the commitment of everyday working people like us. Join us on Thursday, June 25 for a virtual forum with Democratic nominees Nikil Saval (SD-1) and Shanna Danielson (SD-31) and State Representatives Summer Lee (HD-34) and Elizabeth Fiedler (HD-184) to discuss our path to taking the State House for the people!

Whose State House? Winning a Pennsylvania for All of Us—Virtual Forum

Up to Us

In 2016 Donald Trump won the State of Pennsylvania by 44,292 votes.

In the wake of that election, thousands of Pennsylvanians came together — not just in Philadelphia and Pittsburgh, but in towns and small cities across the state. Almost overnight, resistance groups emerged in every one of Pennsylvania’s 67 counties.

Over the past three years, we have made tremendous gains across our state, developing nascent resistance groups into lasting grassroots infrastructure in areas where there had been little to none. These efforts are already changing what’s possible in our state.

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