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In light of today’s Supreme Court decision, we must continue to fight for equal access to technology and the internet so we can ensure that people who can give birth are able to access information, protect themselves, and keep themselves and their families healthy.

Here’s why we say that: having access to low-cost devices and the internet allows low-income people – those most likely to be negatively impacted by today’s Supreme Court decision – to discover information and make choices that improve their lives. 

More specifically, it empowers them to make well-informed decisions regarding their healthcare. This is especially true considering that 46% of consumers now rely on telehealth services. 

If we want to ensure that people who can give birth can find and access critical healthcare services including cervical cancer screenings, mammograms, abortion, and more, we must first provide them with access to the digital resources, tools, and support they need. 

Above all, our fight to ensure everyone has equal access to information online will empower anyone who feels disconnected from the political process to make their voices heard by people in power.

That’s why we’ve decided to take the search out of it and help you find the resources you might be most interested in right now given today’s Supreme Court decision.

Connect to low-cost internet

Find organizations providing support and assistance to people who can give birth

Get in contact with your local, state, and federal representatives

We know it’s scary out there right now. That’s why we must all lean on one another and ensure everyone has the resources, tools, and support they need.

In doing that, we will make this world a more equitable place to live – together.

Lo Terry

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