Preventative care for women is under attack.


Why we’ve joined #PinkOut to defend Planned Parenthood

2.7 million women, men and young people rely on Planned Parenthood for basic preventive care. However, we’ve seen an unprecedented attack on women’s health -- nearly 40 attempts to restrict women’s access to health care this year.

Women’s health is critical to our families, communities and our economy because the Americans under attack are mothers, sisters, CEOs, aunts, nurses, wives and friends. Therefore, an attack on women’s health is an attack on everyone’s health.

As SEIU President Mary Kay Henry said, “Efforts in Congress to defund Planned Parenthood by anti-women, anti-choice extremists must be stopped.”

That’s exactly why SEIU is proud to participate in #PinkOut Day today - a day in support of women's health, reproductive rights, and Planned Parenthood.

You can participate in #PinkOut day in a number of ways! Try one:

  1. WEAR PINK today!
  2. Pink Out your Facebook and/or Twitter profile image (see digital guidance below and please be sure to send along to your social media teams)
  3. Attend a Pink Out Event near you
  4. Join the #PinkOut Thunderclap: We already are reaching over 2.5 million people! Help us reach 5 million (or more)! Can you sign up your organizational Twitter handle (and if you’re inclined Facebook status) to participate in Tuesday’s 12pm Thunderclap?
  5. Share a #PinkOut selfie to #StandwithPP on social media

Featured Posts

McDonald’s workers in 16 cities strike for $15 minimum wage the day before company’s annual shareholder’s meeting

Bernie Sanders and Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez join strikers virtually to offer support

Ohio Mom, Union Leader Shares Story of Stability

Hear Beverly talk about building her life from grief, drugs and abuse to stability for herself and her two daughters

10 Steps to Preventing Coronavirus (or COVID-19)

Here are 10 steps you can take to help prevent the spread of COVID-19.