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October 31, 2006

Over 50 Co-Sponsors for the National Summit to Ensure the Health and Humanity of Pregnant and Birthing Women, Thursday, January 18– Sunday, January 21, 2007 at the Hilton Airport Atlanta, Atlanta, GA.

Demonstrating an extraordinary interest in finding common ground and addressing the shared concerns of pregnant and birthing women -- more than 50 organizations have signed on as formal co-sponsors of this groundbreaking event. We don't think we need to say more than to share this list as evidence of unprecedented collaboration and support:

Our Bodies Ourselves,
International Center for Traditional Childbearing,
Citizens For Midwifery, Inc.,
Mothers United For Midwifery,
Realbirth Education Center,
SisterSong Women of Color Reproductive Health Collective,
Planned Parenthood Federation of America,
Native American Women’s Health Education Resource Center,

National Latina Institute for Reproductive Health,
National Asian Pacific American Women’s Forum,
Gynuity Health Projects,
Vanderbilt University Women’s & Gender Studies Program,
Justice Now,
Feminist Women’s Health Center-Cedar River Clinics-WA State,
Abortion Access Project, Inc.,
Civil Liberties & Public Policy Program and Population & Development Program, Hampshire College,
Reproductive Health Technologies Project,
Catholics for a Free Choice,
Choice USA,
Harm Reduction Coalition,
Brooklyn Childcare Collective,
Ipas, USA,
Pro-Choice Public Education Project,
Center For Reproductive Rights,
Religious Coalition for Reproductive Choice,
Real Cost of Prisons Project,
Center for Children of Incarcerated Parents,
National Organization for Woman, Inc.,
The Tatia Oden French Memorial Foundation,
ACLU Foundation,
Family Violence Prevention Fund,
The Rebecca Project for Human Rights,
Causes in Common, a national organizing project of the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual & Transgender Community Center,
Breaking the Chains: Communities of Color and the War on Drugs,
HIV Law Project, Inc,
Religious Institute on Sexual Morality, Justice & Healing,

Mother's First Initiative,

Feminist Women's Health Center,

National Women's Health Network,

Salud Promujer, School of Medicine University of Puerto Rico,

The MergerWatch Project.
Conextions, Inc
Harm Reduction Project
National Network of Abortion Funds
Law Students for Choice
NARAL Pro-Choice New York
The Institute for Reproductive Health Access
NARAL Pro-Choice Georgia
Democracy in Action, South Dakota

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