The end of Roe v. Wade is coming. With Justice Kennedy's retirement from the Supreme Court, it is only a matter of time until Trump's new appointment tips the court to the right, opening up the opportunity to challenge what many thought was a settled issue. As reproductive rights journalist and author Robin Marty points out, the fight for abortion access is far from settled: it has been going on for centuries, especially for marginalized groups. But soon abortion access is going to be more limited than ever—maybe even illegal. In this comprehensive and user-friendly handbook Marty lays out the worst-case scenarios in a post-Roe America and shows how to fight them—by providing financial support, by organizing or joining existing networks, and when necessary by working outside the legal system. Marty addresses every issue you've thought of and some you probably haven't, including:
* Planning for your own emergencies
* How to start organizing now
* Creating a support network
* Finding your personal cause
* What to know about self-managed abortion care with abortion pills and/or herbs
* Avoiding surveillance
Handbook for a Post-Roe America also includes an extensive, detailed resource guide of clinics, action groups, abortion funds, and practical support groups in each state, so wherever you live, you can get involved.