Additional things to keep in mind after yesterday's news:
Abortion is still legal in Louisiana. This draft hasn't been verified and even if it is legitimate, the decision could still be revised before its official release. That being said, many experts agree that revision isn't highly likely.
The reversal of Roe v. Wade will mean that legal abortion is inaccessible in certain states (Louisiana included), but still accessible in other states. Check out this resource for more details. Thus. people with economic privilege will still be able to access abortion, but people without economic privilege, who are disproportionately of color, will be forced to carry pregnancies to term or resort to extra-legal means of ending a pregnancy. Some of these extra-legal means are relatively safe, while others are more dangerous, but all of them will come with a risk of potential criminalization. See this resource for more info on how to manage digital privacy when considering pregnancy options.
Repro activists and advocates have seen the overturning or severe gutting of Roe coming for a long time. Keep your eye out for advice, information, and opportunities to get involved from abortion funds and other reproductive rights and justice organizations, including (but not limited to):
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