Feminists Choosing Life of New York (FCLNY) is a state-wide human rights coalition that embraces and promotes pro-life feminism and the consistent life ethic. FCLNY's public advocacy draws connections between the root causes of violence, inequality and the social forces that dehumanize.
FCLNY raises public awareness on topics relevant to publicly sanctioned lethal violence, including abortion, war, the death penalty, assisted suicide, euthanasia and other forms of violence such as poverty, domestic violence, and human trafficking. FCLNY educates the public on the impact of these issues on women and culture.
New Billboard in Buffalo, NY
Check out FCLNY's Billboard, up in Buffalo, at the 290/I90 Exchange, during the month of December, 2019. Thank you to all of our Region One (Buffalo) supporters for making this happen! Please considering donating, if you haven't already. Only together can we change this world for life and for peace!
Women's Guide to Healthcare NY Brochure
Introducing a Women's Guide to Healthcare NY (WGH)!
This brochure (and forthcoming phone app) provides a detailed listing of Federally Qualified Health Centers (FQHC) in Buffalo and Rochester, to start. FQHCs often provide more comprehensive and affordable healthcare services than Planned Parenthood (PP), where women sometimes go for standard healthcare and then return to when faced with an unplanned pregnancy. FQHCs do not provide abortion. The WGH represents an effort to move women away from utilizing PP where other non-abortion related heath centers and services exist. The WGH is a project of Feminists Choosing Life of New York and Feminists For Non Violent Choices.
Please reach out for copies or with any questions.
Organizes, implements and/or participates in human rights and women’s rights events, including parades, marches, rallies, celebrations and fundraisers.
Organizes, hosts, moderates, conducts and/or participates in panel discussions, debates, symposiums, conferences, lectures, speaking presentations, seminars and other dialogue forums.
Writes, directs, produces and/or hosts film documentaries and video commentaries.
Develops social media campaigns and submits publishable commentary for news outlets, including educational opinion essays and press releases. Appears on TV, radio and other media platforms.
Engages in open public forum and neighborhood door-to-door educational campaigns.
Projects that Empower
Engages in educational campaigns regarding the practical needs of pre and post-natal women and infants.
Organizes and participates in an annual lobby day in Albany, New York. Lobby day includes in-person meetings between FCLNY and legislators on targeted policy issues as well as coordinated media outreach.
Bus Trip to March for Life, Washington, DC
We encourage all our supporters to attend this yearly event and march with organizations that support a pro-life | pro-woman platform, such as Feminists for Life of America. Periodically we will provide links to organizers who are planning transport for this event, as seen below.
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In conjunction with Women's History Month and the Centennial Celebration of the 19th Amendment FCLNY is honored to present
An Unsafe Space: A Symposium on Contemporary Feminism.
The symposium brings together leading pro-life and pro-choice feminist scholars to discuss some of the most contentious issues concerning feminism and abortion.
FCLNY recognizes the value of rigorous dialogue from divergent world views. We believe the time is ripe for a lively discussion of reproductive justice from distinctive feminist voices.
FEMINISTS CHOOSING LIFE OF NEW YORK AND GLOBAL CENTURION
SEX TRAFFICKING, FEMALE POVERTY AND FEMINISM
The executive directors of FCLNY and Global Centurion (GC) are conducting a lecture series at colleges and universities throughout New York in 2019-2020, titled, Sex Trafficking, Female Poverty and Feminism: The Quest for Equality. Laura Lederer, JD, executive director and founder of GC is one of the world’s premier experts in human trafficking. She currently serves as a Subject Matter Expert on Human Trafficking for the U.S. Department of Health and Human Trafficking in their Office of Trafficking in Persons and the Family Youth Services Bureau.
The lecture, which includes a Q & A, provides a general outline of the nature and scope of the problem of human trafficking in the U.S. It briefly addresses federal and New York State laws that apply to sex trafficking, the health consequences of sex trafficking on females, including coerced abortion, and how federal, state and private sector policy and practices can better address human trafficking. In addition, the lecture explores the phenomenon of sex trafficking within the contours of modern feminism and human rights.
The lecture’s design provides empirical information and unique analysis. It is crafted to inspire students to comprehensively and critically think about several of the most pressing matters of our time.