Givealittle: A New Way to Donate

ALRANZ (and the Prochoice Highway) are now on Givealittle, the Telecom Foundation funded giving site that makes it a bit easier to donate, if you have a credit card that is. Through 2013, money donated to ALRANZ via Givealittle will go to support the Highway. (If you want to direct your donation elsewhere, just let ALRANZ know.)

If you prefer a cheque or Internet banking, details are here.

Click on the image below to donate or just visit the Givealittle page.

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Crow After Roe: Book Review and Author Q&A

Crow After Roe: How ‘Separate But Equal’ Has Become the New Standard in Women’s Health and How We Can Change That
By Robin Marty and Jessica Mason Pieklo. (IG Publishing, 2013)

Available for purchase from the Prochoice Highway for NZ$25 including shipping. (Donations welcome!) You can also visit  IG Publishing’s site for an excerpt. This is cross-posted at the ALRANZ blog.

Reviewed by Alison McCulloch

(See below for Q&A with one of the authors)

If you follow the reproductive rights debate in the United States even a little bit, you’ll be familiar with the relentless tide of legislation aimed at cracking down not just on access to abortion, but contraception, sex education and the rights of those who are pregnant.

The authors, left, Jessica Mason Pieklo and Robin Marty. (Source: Crow After Roe Facebook page)

The authors, left, Jessica Mason Pieklo and Robin Marty. (Source: Crow After Roe Facebook page)

The website RH Reality Check is one of the best sites around for keeping up to date with the bad news, and it can get a bit depressing. Two names you’ll see frequently there are those of Robin Marty, the site’s senior political reporter, and Jessica Mason Pieklo, RHRC’s senior legal analyst, writer and adjunct law professor in Minneapolis/St. Paul. Marty and Pieklo are also the authors of a new book that collects and analyses all that bad news titled Crow After Roe: How ‘Separate but Equal’ Has Become the New Standard in Women’s Health and How We Can Change That.

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Tees 4 Choice

The Prochoice Highway is working on a recycled Tees project, and we’re looking at coming up with a couple of bold designs to add to the standard Highway Tee (essentially a variation of this Web site’s banner). We’d welcome ideas for choice-y Tee slogans. Send your ideas to the Highway via the form below, visit ALRANZ’s FB page or Tweet them via @alranztweets.