• Poster image declaring 'The War On Women Is Over. If You Want It.' as inspired by Yoko Ono and John Lennon's 'War Is Over” Campaign'
  • Poster image declaring 'The War On Women Is Over. If You Want It.' as inspired by Yoko Ono and John Lennon's 'War Is Over” Campaign'

DO YOU WANT IT?

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JOIN THE CENTER FOR REPRODUCTIVE RIGHTS AND FIGHT BACK.

Women across the United States are facing a dramatic loss of access to safe, legal reproductive health care.
The Center for Reproductive Rights is calling on you to stand with us and take action.
Share this image now. Better yet, print out the poster and share a photo of yourself with it. Hashtag #waronwomen.

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About the campaign

We’re facing the biggest assault in the war on women since Roe v. Wade was decided 42 years ago.

Opponents of reproductive freedom are passing sham laws designed to shut down the clinics that provide essential services—like contraception, family planning, and safe, legal abortion care—all under the pretext of protecting women’s health.

But those of us who support reproductive freedom are in the majority, and if enough of us speak out, we can—and will—stop it.

In response to the profound threats to women’s reproductive freedom, the Center for Reproductive Rights has launched a campaign inspired by the power and vision of Yoko Ono and John Lennon’s original 1970s “War Is Over” campaign, with permission from Yoko Ono.

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About the Center for Reproductive Rights

The Center for Reproductive Rights is the only global legal advocacy organization dedicated exclusively to the advancement and protection of reproductive rights as fundamental human rights in constitutional and international law.

For more than 20 years, we’ve been on the front lines of the most important battles for the future of reproductive freedom across the globe.

In the U.S., we’re taking action in the courts against dangerous anti-woman laws in the states. We’re leading the charge on Capitol Hill to advance the history-making Women’s Health Protection Act. And when the Supreme Court takes up its next watershed case on reproductive rights, we’ll be there, too.