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NARAL Pro-Choice Connecticut is proud to honor deserving members of the choice community with the Catherine Roraback Award.

The Catherine Roraback Awards are given to individuals and organizations that have demonstrated leadership, courage and activism in the struggle to protect privacy rights, the legal right to obtain an abortion, and access to reproductive health for all.  The awards are given in honor of Catherine Roraback, the civil rights attorney who successfully argued before the US Supreme Court, in Griswold v. Connecticut, that the right of married couples to obtain contraception is protected under the privacy rights established in the Constitution.

Catherine Roraback Awards have been presented for legislative leadership; community service, activism, and commitment to the delivery of reproductive health services; and to those who volunteer to support the work of the pro-choice movement.

2018 Catherine Roaraback Awardees:

Katha Pollitt, Author and Nation columnist

Camelle Scott-Mujahid, organizer and activist

2018 Legislator of the Year:

State Representative Robyn Porter

 

Join us on Tuesday December 4, at Amarante’s Sea Cliff, 62 Cove Street, New Haven from 6pm – 10pm to celebrate 40 years of NARAL Pro-Choice Connecticut and our amazing 2018 awardees!

Tickets  *  Sponsorships  *  Event Program

We can’t wait to see you all on December 4 for this extra special event!

 

Many thanks to our generous sponsors!

Champions of Choice:

CCOG Women’s Health Group

Norm Needleman & Jacqueline Hubbard

Defenders of Choice:

Connecticut Women’s Education and Legal Fund

Friends of Choice:

Alex Bergstein

Mayor of Hartford, Luke Bronin

Jillian Gilchrest

Linda Greenhouse

Gynecology & Obstetrics

Congressman Jim Himes

Melissa Kane

Dr. Ellen Robinson

S.H.E Medical Associates

 

For a list of previous Catherine Roraback Award honorees, please click here.

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