PRO - WOMAN,
PRO - LIFE.
Feminists Choosing Life of New York (FCLNY) is a state-wide human rights coalition that embraces and promotes whole 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 Supports the Consistent Life Ethic
We oppose publicly sanctioned lethal violence including violent military action, abortion, assisted suicide and capital punishment, and educate on the impacts and root causes including poverty, sex trafficking, racism and domestic violence.
FCLNY advocates for peaceful solutions.
We accomplish our goals by developing, coordinating and engaging in SEVEN initiatives: • Community Encounters • Scholarly Events • Film Involvement • Media Outreach • Grassroots Campaigns • Projects that Empower • Legislative Advocacy
FCLNY is so excited to invite you to our 6th Annual Celebration Dinner on Wednesday, November 8th at the Country Club of Rochester.
It's going to be a wonderful evening of fun that you don't want to miss!
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We are so incredibly grateful for your support!
When we embrace the Consistent Life Ethic, we must stand for human rights for all human beings- and truly, authentically love the human being behind those human rights
FCLNY is reaching millions on the radio!
Make The Switch Now!
Large National Retail Pharmacy Chains (CVS, Rite-Aid, and Walgreens) are applying for certification to sell abortion pills to women and girls in NYS and EVERY STATE WHERE ABORTION IS LEGAL. Despite the overturn of Roe vs. Wade, abortions are still legal in thirty-three (33) states, including states with abortion bans currently blocked by courts.
Chemical abortion kills human beings and increases health risks for women. Retail pharmaceutical sale of abortion pills is deadly for unborn children and harmful for women.
As long as privately owned pharmacies continue to resist selling abortion pills we will continue to PROMOTE AND SUPPORT them.
Building a Post-Roe Future
The Pro Life movement has always recognized the importance of supporting women facing unplanned pregnancies.
We are Pro Life conservatives, moderates, and liberals united in our conviction that every human life has value- including the lives of both the unborn child and that child's mother.
We believe that our society should prioritize the needs of both, and that ultimately this can only be achieved by significant changes in public policy including
expanded child tax credits
paid parental leave
flexible work hours
affordable child care
prenatal child support laws
U.S. Supreme Court Overturns Roe v. Wade!
Impacts of NY's Reproductive Health Act (RHA)
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FCLNY's Regional Coordinator Erin Ortega, 2023
No pregnant person has abortion on their bucket list
Overturning Roe is surely a victory. Because any non violent effort made to
protect those who cannot protect themselves is a victory.
But outlawing a federal right to abortion did not outlaw the fear, the devastation, the guilt, the shame, the brokenness, the tornado of grief that swirls around many women
when they find out they're pregnant, unexpectedly.
We must work together more than ever before to help remove the crisis from the pregnancy,
not the pregnancy from the crisis.
We have to combat the abortion industrial complex differently now. We can fight the root causes of abortion, we can educate, we can empower, and provide hope.
But most of all we can bring an end to abortion through unity and love.
From my experience the number one reason women choose life for their unborn children is: SUPPORT.
HEAR PROFESSOR TERESA COLLETT SPEAK ABOUT CORE FEMINIST ISSUES
WOMEN'S ALLIANCE AGAINST VIOLENCE (WAAV)/TMS
VICTIMS CHALLENGE NEW YORK'S REPRODUCTIVE HEALTH ACT IN HISTORIC LAWSUIT
The RHA legal challenge was dismissed by the U.S. District Court in the Northern District of NY. The lawsuit is currently on appeal before the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit, regarding legal representation for viable unborn children and other claims in light of Dobbs vs. Jackson (2022), the U.S. Supreme Court case that overturned Roe vs. Wade (1973).
After Roe: Becoming a Strong Pro-Life Advocate
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