The event is in partnership with the Women’s marches being held across the country the weekend of October 8-9th. 

by David Miller

Loveland, Ohio – Bailey Moak asks you to join her on Sunday, October 9th for a day of action to help her and others send the message: “Women demand our rights and families demand reproductive freedom.”

Moak said, “Women all around the country are uniting for a fall of reckoning. We will not sit back and accept the attacks on our families, future, and our freedom.” 

This event is being held in Loveland because Jean Schmidt is the State Representative for the 65th Ohio house district, which includes northwestern Clermont County, specifically parts of Loveland. Schmidt is currently running for a seat in the 62nd District under the new Ohio maps. Moak says that Schmidt is the primary sponsor of HB 598, Ohio’s total abortion ban with no exceptions. “Women in the surrounding communities and across the state are more fired up than ever to elect more women and pro-choice candidates around the country. We’re ready for the Women’s Wave,” said Moak.

Women’s Wave March – Loveland, Ohio

October 9th

3:30-6:00 PM

Nisbet Park

If you attend this “family friendly demonstration” in support of women’s rights and reproductive freedom you will hear from an array of Pro-Choice speakers. Moak encourages you to create signs before demonstrating along the sidewalks of downtown Loveland.

Confirmed speakers include Brian Flick an Ohio State House candidate, and representatives from Ohio Physicians for Reproductive Rights, Ohio Red Wine & Blue, and Ohio ACLU, with several more commitments in progress. 

“The organizers have been in communication with the City of Loveland Parks Department and Police Department to ensure a safe and successful event this community can be proud of,” said Moak.

Further inquiries can be made to event organizer Bailey Moak at 513-532-7860 or [email protected].

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