On what would have been the 50th anniversary of Roe v. Wade, we’re reminded that progress can move backward. And that means we’ve got to recommit to doing our part to protect and expand reproductive rights for families today — and for generations to come.
I hope you’ll join with the activists who’ve been sounding the alarm on this issue for years — and act. Stand with them at a local protest. Volunteer with them on a campaign. Donate to their causes. And vote in every election for candidates who will support reproductive rights.
@BarackObama It's incredibly sad, with the assault in privacy and bodily autonomy that the repeal of Roe is it is now the case that you in America have for the first time fewer rights than us in Europe
@BarackObama Ser. I can’t even afford eggs. How about you sell a vacation home and donate instead.
@BarackObama I encourage everyone to go read the Supreme Court cases involved here. This is about a woman’s right to choose, as well as privacy, due to the sensitive nature of each case involved. Education is the best medicine to understand one another’s perspectives.
@BarackObama "We now clinically tested the vaccine on billions of people worldwide"
@BarackObama Well you set back race relations in America back 50 years so you're still the champ
@BarackObama I am getting to better understand legal issues around Roe v Wade & it is clear even to a layperson (and a naturalized citizen) like me that Roe's legal basis in due process clause of the 14th amendment was considered shaky, even by many liberal supporters of reproductive rights!
@BarackObama I choose the right to choose. Every female deserves to have the right to choose.
@BarackObama Just move to a state like NY which allows it. Abortion is a state issue . Power to the most local government entity. If people bothered to read laws they’d understand that but too much media misexplaining happens
@MadamSavvy @BarackObama cant afford eggs... has twitter blue