On my way to a Planned Parenthood of Georgia Action Fund event, wearing my black bracelet in support of Saudi women who are protesting for their human rights With the indominable Kay Scott, President of Planned Parenthood GA and director of the entire South East region--GA, Alabama and Miss. State Senator Kasim Reed who we hope will be Atlanta's next Mayor Big turnout on a miserable rainy night We raised $40,000!!! Share This Post Previous ArticleHEALTH CARE REFORM AND THE STUPAK/PITTS AMENDMENTNext ArticleTweets on 2009-11-11 11 Comments Kelsey November 10, 2009, 11:34 pm $40,000?!?!?!?!?! WOW! Congratulations! That really makes me happy to see it go to such an important cause. Probably one of the MOST important. Congrats again!!!! 🙂 Log in to reply Nikki November 11, 2009, 1:21 am Jane, you are a hero to me in so many ways that I can’t count them all. Reading your book and seeing the example of change that you live has helped me to grow and flourish as a woman. You fight the good fight, you don’t set limitations on yourself and you do not live your life in the confines dictated by other people. You’re the very definition of a free spirit. As someone who grew up experiencing extreme sexism in a male dominated environment, the distant but radiant light of your courage has been enough to change my life and sense of self. I just had to tell you how happy I am that you’re in the world! Log in to reply Stephanie Davis November 11, 2009, 10:24 am Jane, You were your usual brilliant self last night–even with a cold and jet lag! The Vietnam vet who introduced himself to you while we were talking was beside himself later that he got to tell you how he has always admired you. And Kasim Reed wants to follow up! A safe and healthy journey back to Germany. Thanks for always keeping the cause of women’s freedom and equality front and center. You can’t keep a good woman down. Stephanie Log in to reply frederique dhenein November 11, 2009, 1:32 pm i see Tullea is also an activist ! wearing the black ribbon for a great cause, more seriously,you stay incredibly passionate. i remember a quotation in one of your book from Colette- A cours des heures,où je me sens inférieure à tout ce qui m’entoure, menacée par ma propre médiocrité,effrayée de découvrir qu’un muscle perd sa vigueur,un désir sa force, une douleur la trempe affilée de son tranchant, je puis pourtant me redresser et me dire-puissé-je n’oublier jamais que je suis la fille d’une femme qui penchait, tremblante, toutes ses rides éblouies sur une promesse de fleur, une telle femme qui ne cessa elle-même d’éclore,infatigablement,pendant trois quarts de sciècle- Colette- La naissance du jour- so you’re faith to yourself, in summary, growing older, and always reflowering, always staying vibrating, passionate.. passoniate for life, and a life of passion! frederique dhenein Log in to reply KD November 11, 2009, 1:49 pm If it were not for planned parenthood in the 70’s, I would not have been able to afford the care that I got. They get my support forever. Great to hear you raised that amount. Log in to reply Karen November 11, 2009, 5:56 pm I really don’t know where your energy comes from! You are unbelievable. Keep fighting the good fight and please make some films soon! Log in to reply Timothy Dougherty November 11, 2009, 6:06 pm That is why we went to war, so Saudi women could be driven too the Mall and eat at Jack in the Box and Saudi Men can have their Philippine maids in bondage as sex slaves. That is the culture we helped create . Planned Parenthood or Unplanned life is going on, keep wearing my black bracelet , looking good in black, brings out the color in you eye’s Jane Log in to reply Susan K. November 11, 2009, 7:28 pm So glad you had a successful night…$40,000!! That’s great! I see Tulea looks like she’s had a trim!! She looks lovely as always! Thank you for all that you do for young women in Georgia! Great photos!! Log in to reply Sam Miro November 12, 2009, 8:49 am Hi Jane, always great to see your devotion and pasion for so many imortant issues, amazing work. Miss Fonda you are looking sensational! Sam. Log in to reply Kaylon Plugge November 20, 2009, 8:41 pm So much to say….but this is on my heart….I LOVE YOUR HAIR…..Ive been waiting on a new style to copy….thks….kp Log in to reply Christiana December 5, 2009, 10:50 am I would just like to say that this event helped to kill many children. So many babies are lost to abortion every year. Millions of children have died. So many mothers have suffered from the heinous crime of abortion, and all these people want to do is raise money for it and keep it going. This world is truly sad when people disregard the lives of God’s children to make things more convenient for themselves. We were created to love and be loved, not to kill and be killed. I ask and pray that anyone who supports planned parenthood takes the time to look up the real facts about abortions, pre-marital sex, and contraception. These are all things that destroy lives or disrupt God’s plan for our lives. When people abort babies, they don’t just mess up the mother’s body, they kill a baby’s body. Here are some links you can go to in order to learn more about what abortion really is: http://www.abortionfacts.com I beg everyone, choose life. Log in to reply Leave a Reply Cancel ReplyYou must be logged in to post a comment. This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.