Sep 21, 2021

Inside The Groups Working To Get Texans Their Abortion Pills

On-the-ground activists are already turning to informal, clandestine methods to share information.

In late August, a woman crept through the library at a university in West Texas, hundreds of miles from the nearest abortion clinic, and gazed at a book, The Bible and the Ballot: Using Scripture in Political Decisions. In her hand, she held a square business card about the size of a condom wrapper. On one side was a comic of two women relieved to have a “Plan C” should either need an abortion. On the back was a QR code and a message: “Save this card in a safe place just in case one day future you (or a friend) needs to become un-pregnant!” The woman slipped the card behind the cover, returned the paperback to the shelf, and left.

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