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Social Work Advocates magazine
The Supreme Court's decision to overturn Roe v. Wade creates a social justice priority for social workers, affecting social work clients as well as how social workers do their jobs.
NASW-Massachusetts Executive Director Rebekah Gewirtz says hyperlocal organizing is a good response to the recent SCOTUS decision to overturn Roe v. Wade.
In May 2022, NASW successfully filed a lawsuit against the city of Lebanon, Ohio, to contest an ordinance prohibiting abortion and criminalizing "aiding and abetting" abortions? NASW Policy Director Sarah Butts shares what happened next.
NASW news release
The ACLU of Ohio and Democracy Forward filed a federal complaint challenging an anti-abortion ordinance adopted by Lebanon City Council in 2021. The suit was filed in the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of Ohio on behalf of NASW's Ohio chapter and Women Have Options Ohio.
Rebekah Gewirtz, MPA | Social Work Blog
After Supreme Court Chief Justice John Roberts confirmed that a leaked draft of the United States Supreme Court’s ruling in the Mississippi abortion case was authentic, I began doom scrolling to the point of anger and despair.
Only by the third day after the leak could I begin to think more clearly. I fell back on advice from my mother that I continually put to work at NASW-MA: Don’t get angry, get organized.
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