Everyone we saw marching in Detroit for reproductive rights after 'Roe v. Wade' was overturned on Friday

The Michigan Coalition for Reproductive Liberation held an emergency rally on Friday evening following a decision to overturn Roe v. Wade by the Supreme Court of the United States.

The rally began at the Theodore Levin Courthouse, 231 West Lafayette Blvd., on Friday evening. Several hundred Detroiters showed up to protest the Supreme Court's decision.

In Michigan, abortion is still legal because of an injunction filed in May by Judge Elizabeth Gleicher to stop the enforcement of Michigan's 1931 abortion ban.
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Everyone we saw marching in Detroit for reproductive rights after 'Roe v. Wade' was overturned on Friday
Marc Klockow
Everyone we saw marching in Detroit for reproductive rights after 'Roe v. Wade' was overturned on Friday
Marc Klockow
Everyone we saw marching in Detroit for reproductive rights after 'Roe v. Wade' was overturned on Friday
Marc Klockow
Everyone we saw marching in Detroit for reproductive rights after 'Roe v. Wade' was overturned on Friday
Marc Klockow
Everyone we saw marching in Detroit for reproductive rights after 'Roe v. Wade' was overturned on Friday
Marc Klockow
Everyone we saw marching in Detroit for reproductive rights after 'Roe v. Wade' was overturned on Friday
Marc Klockow
Everyone we saw marching in Detroit for reproductive rights after 'Roe v. Wade' was overturned on Friday
Marc Klockow
Everyone we saw marching in Detroit for reproductive rights after 'Roe v. Wade' was overturned on Friday
Marc Klockow
Everyone we saw marching in Detroit for reproductive rights after 'Roe v. Wade' was overturned on Friday
Marc Klockow
Everyone we saw marching in Detroit for reproductive rights after 'Roe v. Wade' was overturned on Friday
Marc Klockow