Five Ways to Support Power to Decide this Giving Tuesday


Five Ways to Support Power to Decide this Giving Tuesday

Harriett Davis
November 30, 2020
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Check out the resources on Teen Talk and Bedsider and share them with the young people in your life.

You’ll find blogs, articles, videos and much more to help you and your young person plan for the future.  


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Learn more about birth control access around the country and in your home state with our interactive maps.

Our contraceptive desert map paints a county-by-county picture of birth control access in the US. We also have a state policy portal where you can learn about legislation that supports access to birth control in your state. 


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Contact your members of Congress and encourage them to protect and expand legislation that supports young people’s power to decide. 

Many policies and legislation proposed at the federal level can impact young people’s power to decide if, when, and under what circumstances to get pregnant and have a child. Letting your elected representatives know that you support the power to decide has never been more important. Get started by contacting your members of congress here


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Share your birth control story or tell us why having the power to decide matters to you.

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