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'''Religious Coalition for Reproductive Choice'''
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The '''Religious Coalition for Reproductive Choice''' (RCRC) was founded in 1973 by clergy and lay leaders in an effort to provide interfaith support for abortion rights. In 1993, the original name - the [[Religious Coalition for Abortion Rights]] (RCAR) - was changed to the Religious Coalition for Reproductive Choice. The Coalition is an accredited non-governmental organization with the [[United Nations]] Department of Public Information.<ref>[http://archives.umc.org/interior.asp?ptid=4&mid=9239 United Methodist Church: ''Support for the Religious Coalition for Reproductive Choice''], 2004 (accessed on Sep. 13, 2012)</ref>
  
 
==Personnel==
 
==Personnel==
In 2009, the following worked for the Coalition:<ref>[http://www.rcrc.org/pdf/advocacy_AR_2009.pdf RCRC: ''2009 Annual Report'']</ref>
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In 2009, the following worked for the Coalition:<ref name=report09>[http://www.rcrc.org/pdf/advocacy_AR_2009.pdf RCRC: ''2009 Annual Report'']</ref>
  
 
===Board of Directors===
 
===Board of Directors===
  
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<div style="column-count:2;-moz-column-count:2;-webkit-column-count:2">
 
'''Executive Committee:'''
 
'''Executive Committee:'''
 
*[[Carol Blowers]], Chair - Director of Government Affairs, [[Family Planning Advocates of NY State]]
 
*[[Carol Blowers]], Chair - Director of Government Affairs, [[Family Planning Advocates of NY State]]
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*Reverend [[Steve Clapp]], President, Christian Community   
 
*Reverend [[Steve Clapp]], President, Christian Community   
 
*Rabbi [[Steven Jacobs]], Retired Spiritual Leader, Temple Kol Tikvah, Woodland Hills, California   
 
*Rabbi [[Steven Jacobs]], Retired Spiritual Leader, Temple Kol Tikvah, Woodland Hills, California   
*[[Nazir U. Khaja, MD, Torrance (CA) Memorial Medical Center   
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*[[Nazir U. Khaja]], MD, Torrance (CA) Memorial Medical Center   
 
*[[Frances Kissling]], Retired President, [[Catholics for Choice]]; Radcliffe Institute for Advanced Study at Harvard University  
 
*[[Frances Kissling]], Retired President, [[Catholics for Choice]]; Radcliffe Institute for Advanced Study at Harvard University  
 
*[[Joan LaMunyon-Sanford]], Western Region Affiliate Representative, New Mexico RCRC  
 
*[[Joan LaMunyon-Sanford]], Western Region Affiliate Representative, New Mexico RCRC  
 
*Rabbi [[David Levy]], Spiritual Leader, Temple Shalom, Randolph, New Jersey   
 
*Rabbi [[David Levy]], Spiritual Leader, Temple Shalom, Randolph, New Jersey   
*Reverend Timothy McDonald III]], Pastor, First Iconium Baptist Church, Atlanta, Georgia   
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*Reverend [[Timothy McDonald III]], Pastor, First Iconium Baptist Church, Atlanta, Georgia   
 
*[[Jill Morrison]], Senior Counsel, National Women’s Law Center  
 
*[[Jill Morrison]], Senior Counsel, National Women’s Law Center  
 
*[[Berit Muh]], Chief Financial Officer, Sutter Securities  
 
*[[Berit Muh]], Chief Financial Officer, Sutter Securities  
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*[[Meredith Schonfeld-Hicks]], State Policy Coordinator, [[Advocates for Youth]]
 
*[[Meredith Schonfeld-Hicks]], State Policy Coordinator, [[Advocates for Youth]]
 
*[[Linda Taggart]], R.N., Retired Administrator, Ladies Center/Community Health Care Center, Pensacola  
 
*[[Linda Taggart]], R.N., Retired Administrator, Ladies Center/Community Health Care Center, Pensacola  
Melissa Winham]], United Methodist Student Movement  
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*[[Melissa Winham]], United Methodist Student Movement  
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</div>
  
 
===Council of Governors===
 
===Council of Governors===
 
*[[Ann Hanson]], Chair - United Church of Christ Justice & Witness Ministries  
 
*[[Ann Hanson]], Chair - United Church of Christ Justice & Witness Ministries  
*[[Linda Bales]], Vice Chair - United Methodist Church General Board of Church & Society
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*[[Linda Bales]], Vice Chair - [[United Methodist Church General Board of Church and Society]]
  
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<div style="column-count:2;-moz-column-count:2;-webkit-column-count:2">
 
'''Members:'''
 
'''Members:'''
 
*[[Lynn Alsmeyer-Johnson]], Unitarian Universalist Women’s Federation
 
*[[Lynn Alsmeyer-Johnson]], Unitarian Universalist Women’s Federation
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*Young Religious Unitarian Universalists  
 
*Young Religious Unitarian Universalists  
 
*[[YWCA]]
 
*[[YWCA]]
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</div>
  
 
===Staff===
 
===Staff===
 
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<div style="column-count:2;-moz-column-count:2;-webkit-column-count:2">
 
'''Executive Department:'''
 
'''Executive Department:'''
 
*Reverend Dr. [[Carlton W. Veazey]], President & CEO
 
*Reverend Dr. [[Carlton W. Veazey]], President & CEO
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*[[Cindy LeRoux]], Program Manager, South Africa Initiative  
 
*[[Cindy LeRoux]], Program Manager, South Africa Initiative  
  
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'''Other Staff:'''
 
*[[Marjorie Signer]], Director, Communications Department
 
*[[Marjorie Signer]], Director, Communications Department
*[[Alex McNeill, Director, Fund Development Department
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*[[Alex McNeill]], Director, Fund Development Department
*Reverend [[Matthew Westfox, Director, Interfaith Outreach
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*Reverend [[Matthew Westfox]], Director, Interfaith Outreach
*[[Delia Allen-O’Brien, Director, Information Technology Department
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*[[Delia Allen-O’Brien]], Director, Information Technology Department
 
*Reverend [[Penny Willis]], Director, MultiCultural Programs Department
 
*Reverend [[Penny Willis]], Director, MultiCultural Programs Department
 
*[[Nicolette Paterson]], Director, Public Policy Department
 
*[[Nicolette Paterson]], Director, Public Policy Department
*[[Sara Fatell]], Interim Director, Spiritual Youth for Reproductive Freedom
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*[[Sara Fatell]], Interim Director, [[Spiritual Youth for Reproductive Freedom]]
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</div>
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==Affiliates==
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*[[Missouri Religious Coalition for Reproductive Choice]]
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*[[New Mexico Religious Coalition for Reproductive Choice]]
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==Programs==
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*[[Spiritual Youth for Reproductive Freedom]]
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*[[La Iniciativa Latina]]
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===Black Church Initiative===
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The Black Church Initiative (BCI), begun in 1997, is RCRC’s effort to educate African-American religious communities about abortion and sexuality. It is an extension of commitments already evident in RCRC’s Women of Color Partnership, which in 1996 had published a brochure entitled "Black Ministers Support your Right to Choose." A large donation from the Ford Foundation in 2000 enabled RCRC to work toward shedding "its image as a coalition of primarily liberal white Protestants" by advocating acceptance of sexuality options (including homosexual and bisexual behavior) and "safe sex" education programs within the black church. RCRC employed these funds to host the National Black Religious Summit on Sexuality in July 2000. Among the speakers at this summit was former Surgeon General Joycelyn Elders, who said at the conference that condoms may break, "but I can assure you, the vows of abstinence break far more easily than any condom." A parallel "Iniciativa Latina" ("Latina/Hispanic Initiative") has now been started.<ref>[http://www.priestsforlife.org/prochoice/holyabortion.htm Holy Abortion? A Theological Critique of the Religious Coalition for Reproductive Choice], by [[Michael J. Gorman]] and [[Ann Loar Brooks]]</ref>
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==Member Organizations==
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As at May, 2015, the following were member organizations of the Coalition:<ref>http://rcrc.org/homepage/about/coalition-council/ RCRC: ''Coalition Members''] (accessed on May 18, 2015)</ref>
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*[[American Jewish Committee]]
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*[[American Jewish Congress]]
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*[[Anti-Defamation League]]
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*[[Catholics for Choice]]
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*[[Central Conference of American Rabbis]]
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*[[Disciples for Choice]]
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*[[Episcopal Church]]
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*[[Episcopal Women’s Caucus]]
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*[[General Board of Church and Society of the United Methodist Church]]
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*[[Jewish Reconstructionist Movement]]
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*[[Jewish Women International]]
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*[[Lutheran Women’s Caucus]]
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*[[Methodist Federation for Social Action]]
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*[[Metropolitan Community Church]]
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*[[NA’AMAT USA]]
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*[[National Council of Jewish Women]]
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*[[Presbyterian Mission Agency]]
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*[[Presbyterians Affirming Reproductive Options]] (PARO)
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*[[Rabbinical Assembly]]
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*[[Reconstructionist Rabbinical Association]]
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*[[Society for Humanistic Judaism]]
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*[[Union for Reform Judaism]]
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*[[Unitarian Universalist Association of Congregations]]
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*[[Unitarian Universalist Women’s Federation]]
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*[[United Church of Christ]]
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*[[United Methodist Women]]
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*[[Women of Reform Judaism]]
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*[[Women’s League for Conservative Judaism]]
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==Donors==
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===2009===
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The following made donations to the Coalition in 2009:<ref name=report09/>
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<div style="column-count:3;-moz-column-count:3;-webkit-column-count:3">
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'''Foundations:'''
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*[[The Burch-Safford Foundation]]
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*[[E. Rhodes & Leon B. Carpenter Foundation]]
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*[[Robert Sterling Clark Foundation]]
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*[[The Educational Foundation of America]]
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*[[The Ettinger Foundation]]
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*[[The Ford Foundation]]
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*[[General Service Foundation]]
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*[[Bernard F. & Alva B. Gimbel Foundation]]
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*[[Amy P. Goldman Foundation]]
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*[[Lisa & Douglas Goldman Fund]]
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*[[Richard & Rhoda Goldman Fund]]
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*[[The Green Fund]]
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*[[Sis-Bros Community]]
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*[[The Huber Foundation]]
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*[[Martin & Brown Foundation]]
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*[[The Moriah Fund]]
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*[[The New Morning Foundation]]
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*[[Stewart R. Mott Charitable Trust]]
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*[[The Overbrook Foundation]]
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*[[The Scherman Foundation]]
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*[[The Summit Fund of Washington]]
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*[[The United Nations Foundation]]
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'''$2,500 and up:'''
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*[[John Lindstrom]] & [[Pamela Lindstrom]]
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*[[Patricia R. Mintmire]]
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*[[Berit Muh]]
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*[[Beverly K. Shulman]]
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*[[George Wallerstein]]
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''' $1,000 - $2,499:'''
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*[[Suzanne Eleanor Allen]]
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*[[Joan Arnow]] and [[Robert Arnow]]
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*[[June G. Barrett]]
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*Dr. [[Leroy Carhart]]
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*Rev. [[James Donnell]]
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*[[Ruth D. Ewing]]
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*[[David Fox]]
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*[[Lois C. Harrison]]
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*[[Brownie W. Ledbetter]]
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*[[Jeanne Lindsay]]
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*[[Jill Morrison]]
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*[[Sara Nerken]]
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*[[Elizabeth Peelle]]
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*[[Elinor S. Prockop]]
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*[[Margaret Saunders]]
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*[[George Wallerstein]]
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*[[Alice F. Weston]]
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*Mr. & Mrs. [[Theodore Winsberg]]
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*[[Judith P. Yeakel]]
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'''$500 - $999:'''
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*[[Jonathan Ater]] and [[Deanne Ater]]
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*[[Joan Brannick]]
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*[[Thomas W. Brown]]
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*[[Sonya L. Burgher]]
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*Reverend [[Steve Clapp]]
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*Dr. [[Vidal S. Clay]]
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*[[Gordon A. Collins]]
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*[[Carol Daniels]]
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*Reverend [[Consuelo Donahue]]
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*[[Barbara J. Foote]]
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*[[Jeanette Foster]]
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*[[Pamela Garrison]]
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*[[Henry Hillman]] and [[Elsie Hillman]]
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*Rabbi [[Richard Hirsh]]
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*[[Alfred Hoose]]
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*[[Mary R. Keller]]
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*[[Keith Kusunis]]
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*[[Julie Leach]] & [[Brock Leach]]
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*[[Frank MacArtor]]
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*Mr. & Mrs. [[Peter Malkin]]
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*[[Terry Meier]]
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*[[Robert J. Nagle]]
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*Mrs. [[C. Page]]
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*Dr. [[Rebecca Todd Peters]]
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*[[Marilyn Sherwood]] and [[Budge Sherwood]]
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*[[Genny Smith]]
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*[[Polly Z. Steinway]]
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*[[Julie Taylor]]
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*[[John Vanderstar]]
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*[[Susan Wanwig]]
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*[[Sylvia B. Weaver]]
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*[[Sibyl White]]
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*[[Nancy G. Whitney]]
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*[[David F. Yelen]] and [[Frances Yelen]]
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*[[UCC Justice & Witness Ministries]]
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'''$200 - $499:'''
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*[[Ann Allen]]
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*[[Robbie Ausley]]
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*[[Suzanne Axel]]
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*[[Allen J. Baum]]
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*[[Helga Bilik]]
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*Rabbi [[Barry H. Block]]
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*Dr. [[Philip Bondy]]
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*[[Laura Boyd]]
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*[[Michael H. Brodie]]
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*[[Christopher Brown]]
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*Rev. [[Cynthia S. Bumb]]
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*[[Scott B. Cantor]]
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*[[Leslie M. Cenci]]
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*[[John Chamberlain]]
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*[[Vicki Chessin]]
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*[[Sarah Craig]]
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*[[Margaret David]]
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*[[Winifred Dean]]
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*[[R. Dettmer]]
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*[[John R. Ebright]]
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*Mr. & Mrs. [[Thomas P. Edwalds]]
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*[[Episcopal Women’s Caucus]]
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*[[Sarah G. Epstein]]
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*[[Neil Farmelo]] and [[Doris Farmelo]]
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*[[Bob Gale]] and [[Barbara Gale]]
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*[[Donna Garber]]
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*[[Joanne Giannino]]
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*[[C. E. Gilbert]]
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*[[Helen Gjessing]]
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*[[Idy Goodman]]
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*[[Suzanne Gouvernet]]
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*[[Eugenia Grohman]]
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*[[Ann Harmon]]
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*[[Betty Hart]]
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*Reverend [[Edward M. Hasse, III]]
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*[[Mary W. Helms]]
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*Dr. [[Jean W. Helz]]
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*[[Alan Hoffman]] and [[Judith Hoffman]]
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*[[Nataline D. Horwitz]]
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*[[Jean C. Hughes]]
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*Rabbi [[Steven B. Jacobs]]
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*[[Marilyn Johnston]]
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*[[Carole Kaminsky]]
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*[[Karyn Kehr]]
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*[[Harriet Keyserling]]
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*[[Frances Kissling]]
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*Mr. & Mrs. [[A. Lawrence Kolbe]]
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*Rabbi [[Emily Korzenik]]
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*[[Cynthia Krupat]]
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*[[Carolyn Leavens]]
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*[[Cynthia Lord]]
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*[[Marcena W. Love]]
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*Mr. & Mrs. [[Walter Macginitie]]
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*[[Philip Magnusson]]
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*Rev. [[Stephen J. Mather]]
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*[[Nancy Mayers]]
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*[[Downs McCloskey]] & [[Irene McCloskey]]
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*Dr. [[Henry D. Messer]]
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*Reverend [[Howard Moody]]
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*[[Janet Morrow]]
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*[[Marcia Moses]]
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*[[Constance Murray]]
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*[[Maxine Myers]]
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*[[E. K. Mysels]]
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*[[Alicia S. Ostriker]]
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*[[Debra Parmet]]
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*[[Daphne Philipson]]
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*[[Mary Pietris]]
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*Dr. [[Jacqueline Plumez]]
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*[[Dean Alton B. Pollard, III]]
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*[[Leslie Fay Pomerantz]]
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*Reverend [[Susan Quass]]
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*[[Doreen A. Quinn]]
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*[[James S. Rock]]
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*[[Nanette Rosenbaum]]
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*[[Carol Ryder]]
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*[[Lowell Sachnoff]]
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*[[Seymour Schwartz]]
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*[[Janice Y. Shapiro]]
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*[[Jerri Shaw]]
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*Rev. [[Madison Shockley]]
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*[[Robert E. Silverman]]
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*[[Ellen H. Singer]]
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*[[Gary L Stansbery]]
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*[[Susan Steinhauser]]
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*[[Temple Isaiah Sisterhood]], New York
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*[[Elizabeth Trussell]]
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*[[Verna Rapp Uthman]]
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*[[Sara Blair Winter]]
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*[[Mimi Wolfen]]
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*[[Eleanor L. Zuckerman]], Ph.D.
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</div>
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===2008===
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====Gifts of Estate====
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The following named the Religious Coalition for Reproductive Choice in their will, trust, or other planned gift. The Coalition honored them by naming them members of the Jim Barrett Memorial Society:<ref name=report09/>
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<div style="column-count:3;-moz-column-count:3;-webkit-column-count:3">
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*Rev. [[Alice V. Anderson]]
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*[[June G. Barrett]]*
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*[[Patricia Bartlett]]
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*Estate of [[Prudence M. Bentley]]*
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*[[Jean Stewart Berg]]
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*Rabbi [[Jonathan Biatch]]
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*[[Dorothy R. Blair]]
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*[[Victoria Bloom]]*
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*[[Patricia B. Booth]]*
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*[[William Bordihn]]
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*Rabbi [[Balfour Brickner]]*
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*[[Laurie Coburn]]
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*[[Harry X. Cohen]]*
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*[[Sigmund S. Cohn]]*
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*[[Leo A. Crispi]]*
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*[[Neil Farmelo]] and [[Doris Farmelo]]
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*[[Martha J. Farmelo]]
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*[[Daniel Franklin]]
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*[[Sam Gallant]] and [[Cappy Gallant]] Revocable Trust*
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*Rev. [[Richard E. Green]]
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*[[Stuart L. Greenberg]]
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*[[N.H.C. Gronlund]]
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*Estate of [[Nannie Hereford]]*
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*[[John Ismond]]*
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*[[Anne Hale Johnson]]
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*[[Mary E. Kent]]
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*[[Barry W. Lynn]]
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*[[Vera Way Marghab]]*
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*Rabbi [[Bonnie A. Margulis]]
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*[[Dawn Moore]]
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*[[Robert K. Moxon]]
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*S. [[Lynn Oldenburg]]
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*[[Mary Jane Patterson]]
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*[[Gerald R. Pearsall]]
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*[[Miriam Pollack Rehmar]]
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*[[Jacob Robinsohn]]*
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*[[D. S. Schuler]]*
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*[[Barbara Schwarzschild]]
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*[[Joanna F. Shulman]]
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*[[Harold Wagner]]*
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*[[Ellen E. Wedum]]
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*Estate of [[Marguerite Yourcenar]]*
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*[[Irene Zimmerman]]
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</div>
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''* indicates deceased''
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====2007====
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In 2007, the Religious Coalition for Reproductive Choice received $52,968 from the [[Tides Foundation]].<ref>[http://www.scribd.com/doc/52082125/Tides-Foundation-Income-Tax-Exemption-Form-990-2007 Tides Foundation Income Tax Exemption Form 990 2007]</ref>
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==Contact Details==
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*'''Website:''' [http://www.rcrc.org www.rcrc.org]
  
 
==References==
 
==References==
 
<references/>
 
<references/>

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The Religious Coalition for Reproductive Choice (RCRC) was founded in 1973 by clergy and lay leaders in an effort to provide interfaith support for abortion rights. In 1993, the original name - the Religious Coalition for Abortion Rights (RCAR) - was changed to the Religious Coalition for Reproductive Choice. The Coalition is an accredited non-governmental organization with the United Nations Department of Public Information.[1]

Personnel

In 2009, the following worked for the Coalition:[2]

Board of Directors

Executive Committee:

  • Carol Blowers, Chair - Director of Government Affairs, Family Planning Advocates of NY State
  • F. Alexis Roberson, Vice Chair - President and CEO, Opportunities, Industrialization Center of DC
  • Richard Simms, Treasurer - Executive Director, DC Center for Independent Living
  • Lloyd Steffen, Secretary - University Chaplain, Professor and Dept. Chair, Ethics; Dept. of Religion Studies, Lehigh University
  • Ann Hanson, Chair of the Council of Governors - United Church of Christ, Justice & Witness Ministries
  • Reverend Loey Powell, Immediate Past Chair of the Board - United Church of Christ, Justice & Witness Ministries
  • Dr. Reverend Carlton W. Veazey, President and CEO (ex officio) - Religious Coalition for Reproductive Choice

Directors:

Council of Governors

Members:

Staff

Executive Department:

Other Staff:

Affiliates

Programs

Black Church Initiative

The Black Church Initiative (BCI), begun in 1997, is RCRC’s effort to educate African-American religious communities about abortion and sexuality. It is an extension of commitments already evident in RCRC’s Women of Color Partnership, which in 1996 had published a brochure entitled "Black Ministers Support your Right to Choose." A large donation from the Ford Foundation in 2000 enabled RCRC to work toward shedding "its image as a coalition of primarily liberal white Protestants" by advocating acceptance of sexuality options (including homosexual and bisexual behavior) and "safe sex" education programs within the black church. RCRC employed these funds to host the National Black Religious Summit on Sexuality in July 2000. Among the speakers at this summit was former Surgeon General Joycelyn Elders, who said at the conference that condoms may break, "but I can assure you, the vows of abstinence break far more easily than any condom." A parallel "Iniciativa Latina" ("Latina/Hispanic Initiative") has now been started.[3]

Member Organizations

As at May, 2015, the following were member organizations of the Coalition:[4]

Donors

2009

The following made donations to the Coalition in 2009:[2]

Foundations:

$2,500 and up:

$1,000 - $2,499:

$500 - $999:

$200 - $499:

2008

Gifts of Estate

The following named the Religious Coalition for Reproductive Choice in their will, trust, or other planned gift. The Coalition honored them by naming them members of the Jim Barrett Memorial Society:[2]

* indicates deceased

2007

In 2007, the Religious Coalition for Reproductive Choice received $52,968 from the Tides Foundation.[5]

Contact Details

References

  1. United Methodist Church: Support for the Religious Coalition for Reproductive Choice, 2004 (accessed on Sep. 13, 2012)
  2. 2.0 2.1 2.2 RCRC: 2009 Annual Report
  3. Holy Abortion? A Theological Critique of the Religious Coalition for Reproductive Choice, by Michael J. Gorman and Ann Loar Brooks
  4. http://rcrc.org/homepage/about/coalition-council/ RCRC: Coalition Members] (accessed on May 18, 2015)
  5. Tides Foundation Income Tax Exemption Form 990 2007