“As a first-generation Asian Canadian female and only child of devout Roman Catholic Filipino immigrant parents, I grew up in Winnipeg, Manitoba very sheltered and scared of the world. I was taught the best way to prevent pregnancy and STD’s was to be abstinent. There was no other option but to refrain from sexual activity
In episode 1 of the Birds and Beehive Podcast, Katrina sits down with Karrie Galloway, CEO of Planned Parenthood of Utah for over 30 years, to chat about all things Planned Parenthood – past, present, and future. We’ll learn how a Wisconsin girl with an elementary education degree ended up running one of the most
Thank you to those who were able to join us on June 21st for Planned Parenthood Action Council’s first annual Liberty Laughs and Libations. It was incredible to be joined by nearly one thousand kindred spirits in need of a light-hearted night with friends. We are pretty pleased with our first attempt at a comedy event,
Just the latest in what has been a constant barrage of attacks since November 2016 In May, the Trump Administration announced its intent to institute a nationwide “gag rule” that would cut any health care provider who performs abortions or refers patients to clinics that provide abortion services out of Title X’s federal family planning money.
We are thrilled to announce our latest project — the Birds and the Beehive Podcast! Starting in July, we will release a new podcast episode every other Friday. We will discuss everything from birth control to activism and healthy relationships to legislative policy. Plus, each episode will include an Ask Planned Parenthood Anything segment —
Another attack on our healthcare In its newest attack on women’s health and rights, the Trump administration has proposed a rule that would cut any health provider who performs abortions or refers patients to clinics that provide abortions out of Title X’s federal family planning money. Karrie Galloway, CEO of Planned Parenthood Association of Utah, knows changes
“In high school, even though my parents were supportive open people, I was too embarrassed to ask for birth control, so I went to a Planned Parenthood to find out more (before the internet!). They taught me about my options. After college, but before I could afford health insurance, I again went to Planned Parenthood