The Clara Bell Duvall Reproductive Freedom Project is part of the ACLU of Pennsylvania. The project seeks to protect and expand reproductive rights and liberties for all people in Pennsylvania.
We were founded by the daughter of Clara Bell Duvall, who died in 1929 from an illegal abortion. We view reproductive freedom as a core civil liberty and a foundation of the right to privacy, and our work involves educating diverse communities, advocacy, research, and litigation.
Our vision is a world that:
recognizes sexuality and health as fundamental human rights;
guarantees reproductive freedom as a constitutional liberty, recognized both independently and in connection with equal rights for women and the rights of privacy, sexual autonomy, and religious freedom;
provides everyone with the information and services they need to lead healthy lives and to achieve their reproductive health goals.
Learn more about the Duvall Project's history and work.
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