Since 1963—ten years before abortions were legal in this country and before most other religious organizations—Unitarian Universalists have supported the rights of women and their freedom to make faithful choices about their bodies and families. Our faith affirms the inherent worth and dignity of every person, the right of individual conscience in decision-making, and respect for human life.
Not since the days of Roe v. Wade has the pro-choice community faced so much legislative opposition. Last year, an unprecedented ninety-two anti-abortion provisions were passed across the United States.
Unitarian Universalists need to lift up our faithful voices in support of reproductive justice, now more than ever!
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Last updated on Wednesday, March 13, 2013.
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