Nearly four months after the landscape of abortion access dramatically changed in the United States, Michelle Colon, a founder of the SHERo abortion fund in Mississippi, sat in a friend’s kitchen on a weekly call with activists from other red states. She wore an “Abortion Freedom Fighter” T-shirt and constantly checked her phone in case someone in crisis was calling. “People think that with the closing of the clinics, we also closed our activity,” she says. “It is the opposite; we are trying to survive, as women now need our help more than ever.”