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Planned Parenthood Rise Up

Wear Your Heart on Your Sleeve! Support Planned Parenthood during your march this January 21st!


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Wear Your Heart on Your Sleeve! Support Planned Parenthood!


Planned Parenthood of Wisconsin thanks you for walking in the footsteps of our mothers, grandmothers and great grandmothers. Women who marched for the right to vote in the 1800s. Women who put themselves on the frontlines of the fight for civil rights and equality in the 60s and 70s. Women who formed human chains of protection so others could access essential health care at Planned Parenthood health centers across the country in the 80s. If not for them and all warriors for justice, we wouldn’t exist.


Once again grassroots activists across the country are organizing and marching. On January 21st, women and allies in many cities will bundle up in layers of winter gear to participate in the Women’s Marches. Yet, if you’re like all of us here at Planned Parenthood of Wisconsin, no matter the weather, we wear our advocacy on our sleeves.


In that spirit, we created a solidarity armband and winter hat so no matter the temps, you too can wear your advocacy on your sleeve (and head!) in support of Planned Parenthood’s essential health care — including STD testing and treatment, birth control and life-saving cancer screenings.


The emblem was designed by the brilliantly creative team at women-owned BlackPaint Studios to represent our collective fighting spirit.


The armband itself is a nod to Mary Beth Tinker — a free-speech icon and activist who wore a black armband to school in 1965 as an anti-war statement that resulted in the landmark free speech Supreme Court Case, Tinker v. Des Moines Independent School District.


With every order, we’ll throw in a free Goddess of Fierce Protection scatter pin designed to celebrate Planned Parenthood’s 100-year anniversary and remind us of our own power.


Thank you for supporting Planned Parenthood and wearing your heart on your sleeve!


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