Announcing Blog for Choice Day 2010!
It's January again, and I'm gaga for January. Why? First - it's my birthday month... and I'm celebrating a big one this year. Second - It's the beginning of a new year which always leaves me renewed and refreshed and ready to fight even harder to protect women's reproductive rights. Third - it's the anniversary month of Roe v. Wade, and I'm sure I don't have to tell you why that date is important to someone who works for NARAL Pro-Choice America.
But - do you know what else is in January? NARAL Pro-Choice America's 5th annual Blog for Choice Day 2010! And boy am I excited...
As you might remember from Blog for Choice Days past, NARAL Pro-Choice America poses a question to bloggers before the anniversary, and then asks them to blog their answer on January 22. Last year more than 500 people participated in this effort. We'd love to beat that record this year, so we hope you will join us.
So what's this year's question? Oh, I am so glad you asked!
In honor of Dr. George Tiller, who often wore a button that simply read, "Trust Women," this year's Blog for Choice Day question is: What does Trust Women mean to you?
Maybe you were one of the thousands who wears a Trust Women wristband to pay tribute to Dr. Tiller's legacy and demonstrate that you won't let those who use violent and hateful rhetoric win. Whether it's Dr. Tiller's tragic murder or another issue altogether, you can write from your heart about what Trust Women means in your daily life. The possibilities are endless and your support is critical.
Please take a moment to sign up using the form below (or use this link if you prefer). While signing up, you can also download a Blog for Choice Day graphic to let your readers know that you're participating.
Once you sign up below, a link to your blog's URL will appear on the sign-up page. And for the forgetful folks out there, we'll send you a reminder about the date! So it really couldn't be easier. Just be sure to tag your post "Blog for Choice" so that we can track it that day.
Please consider signing-up using the form below and join us so that we can ensure that the blogosphere is positively flooded with pro-choice blog posts on the 37th anniversary of Roe v. Wade!