When the state of Alabama opened up Unemployment Assistance, the need was so overwhelming that recipients were forced to stay in lines overnight in order to get services. Our own Mia Raven talks to NPR about the crisis, and what Yellowhammer Fund provided to the unemployed to make the wait a little safer and more comfortable. After all, reproductive justice is an economic issue. Listen to the full interview here.
Yellowhammer Fund On NPR With Unemployment Help
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The Yellowhammer Fund envisions a society in which reproductive decisions are made free from coercion, shame, or state interference, a society in which individuals and communities have autonomy in making healthy choices regarding their bodies and their futures.
As members of the National Network of Abortion Funds, we’ve funded abortion care and practical support for Alabamians since 2018.